Criminal Investigations Division (CID)
Mission Statement: To defeat, detect, deter and investigate all violations of the UCMJ and local law.
CID investigates crimes involving SOFA members on or off base. We encourage the reporting of all criminal incidents. If you would like to report a suspected crime, you have the option to remain anonymous.
CID is committed to crime prevention and ensuring the safety and security of all CFAS personnel. CID is available, upon appointment, to conduct crime-prevention surveys for living quarters (both residential and barracks), at non-appropriated fund/retail activities, and at Morale, Welfare, and Recreational facilities.
In an effort to curb theft and assist in recovering lost or stolen property, CID promotes the Operation Identification (Operation ID) program. Operation ID consists of marking personal property with a unique owner applied number on high value personal property. The preferred method is to mark high value items with the owner's driver's license number (OLN), entered as the two letter state abbreviation followed by a slash and then their personal license number, e.g., NH/123456789. It is recommended personnel mark items by engraving or using permanent or ultraviolet ink.
Do not use social security numbers to mark items due to PII issues! Once an item has been marked, keep a personal log of the item that includes the item number and location on the item where the mark was placed.
If you would like to make an appointment for a crime-prevention survey, to
report a crime, or have any questions please contact:
Investigator Peter K. Lee
Investigator Ryan M. Ratliff