Tuesday, February 13, 2018

All Police Departments Need A Committed Cold Case Unit


It seems like a lost cause at times after many years go by, but cold cases must never be overlooked even for a second. Almost all Towns have a case that is cold, and it is imperative that Police agencies dedicate at least 1 Detective to handle the cold case files. I know Salisbury does not have a cold case unit even though we have many unsolved cold cases. I ask that local Police agencies re-institute these units to help bring more closure to hurting families around the area

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just 1 single person given total access to old records would be a big help.And don't pull him off of a case to work on anything else.Just cold cases.

Anonymous said...

I agree with you JT and 3:32....to many of these cases go unanswered, I would suggest two detectives one full time from Salisbury City and one full time from Wicomico County Sheriff's Department. This could be accomplished quicker once Mr. Heath becomes County Executive. Culver would have to run it by little Joey before he can make a decision!

Anonymous said...

Spd doesn’t even have a warm case unit.

Anonymous said...

Salisbury Police Department does a good job. The officers are like many other police officers grossly under paid for putting their lives on the line everyday!

Anonymous said...

And a boss that Hates them.

Anonymous said...

This would have been a better investment for the money being wasted on a raise for the mayor.

Anonymous said...

What about the cold case years ago the girl that was drugged and raped by 100 guys in Salisbury on John st.
Oh thats right Mike Dolch he is an investigator I am sure this won't be investigated any further huh Mike say hi to your brother