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The Butte County District Attorney's Bureau of Investigation is the law enforcement arm of the District Attorney's Office. Established in the early 1970's, the Bureau now consists of two main divisions, the Criminal Division and the Public Assistance Division. The Criminal Division is comprised of the Major Crimes Unit , Consumer Protection Unit and the Special Victims Unit. The Public Assistance Division is comprised of the Welfare Fraud Unit ,  IHSS Unit and the Child Support Investigation Unit.

Currently, the Bureau consists of eighteen (18) District Attorney Investigator positions and seven (7) support staff positions. All District Attorney Investigators are sworn Peace Officers under section 830.1 of the California Penal Code, with full powers of arrest.

The Bureau is unique for its proactive approach in fulfilling its mission. Investigators assigned to the Bureau have primary investigative responsibility in many areas of crime including: in-family child abuse occurring within the unincorporated areas of Butte county, insurance fraud, welfare fraud, criminal non-support of children, bad checks, and economic crimes. In support of our mission to assist the Deputy District Attorneys, the Bureau has Investigators dedicated to trial support, homicide and domestic violence. The Bureau also deploys its Hazardous Entry and Arrest Team ("H.E.A.T.") to assist both our Investigators and other local law enforcement agencies with tactical operations and high risk enforcement activities.

DA Investigation Policies 
Policy 100 LE authority 
Policy 102 Chief Investigator requirements 
Policy 103 investigator requirements 
Policy 104 oath of office 
Policy 106 policy manual 
Policy 200 organizational structure 
Policy 220 retired CCW 
Policy 300 use of force 
Policy 308 control devices 
Policy 309 TASER 
Policy 312 Firearms 
Policy 313 Rifles and Shotguns 
Policy 314 vehicle pursuits 
Policy 315 firearm storage 
Policy 316 Emergency Response 
Policy 340 discipline 
Policy 342 computer use 
Policy 344 report writing 
Policy 405 vehicle accidents 
Policy 410 traffic stops 
Policy 700 personal equipment 
Policy 701 required equipment 
Policy 702 comunication devices 
Policy 704 vehicle maintenance 
Policy 804 evidence 
Policy 1020 complaint procedure 
Policy 1026 personnel files 

 


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