About Criminal Investigations
The Boerne Police Department Criminal Investigations Division (CID) is comprised of detectives, a property and evidence technician, and an administrative assistant who are supervised by Lieutenant Chris Walk.
The detectives are responsible for investigating crimes within our community that are reported to the patrol officers in the field. In 2022, the detectives were assigned 664 cases, which averaged 55 cases per month.
Detectives attend specialized training in gathering facts and collecting evidence for criminal cases. They conduct interviews, examine records, observe the activities of suspects, process crime scenes, and participate in raids and arrests. Our detectives are continually being cross-trained to handle all types of criminal offenses and incidents. This approach establishes a more rounded detective who is trained with the latest techniques in all offenses. Through a team effort and detailed investigations, our goal is to solve as many cases as possible. Services for the victim are sought as needed and the case report is then referred for prosecution to the Kendall County District Attorney's Office.
The Boerne Police Department is eager to combat illegal narcotics trafficking within our community. This detail was created to address the possession, trafficking, and selling of narcotics. Having a detail assigned to concentrate on narcotics cases and drug-related crime issues minimizes the amount of drugs and narcotics in the community.
The Police Department encourages citizens to come forward with information on narcotics activity in the community. Contact Kendall County Crime Stoppers to submit anonymous information. You can also call the Boerne Police Department at (830) 249-8645 or email Boerne narcotics officers.
You can reach CID by calling (830) 248-1516 Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m, or contact one of the detectives directly below.