At their regular Wednesday meeting on July 10th Sunset Rotary Club of Glen Rock, Paramus and Ridgewood hosted Detective John Dilkes from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation. Detective Dilkes operates out of the Crime Scene Unit. The Crime Scene Unit’s staff consists of trained professionals in the field of forensics, inclusive of evidence collection, photography, and fingerprint processing. A civilian support staff also greatly contributes to the day-to-day operations of the CSU.
The Bureau of Criminal Investigations Crime Scene Unit (CSU) is an integral part of the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office, as well as the entire law enforcement community of Bergen County. Accomplished in all fields of forensic evidence, the CSU is capable of processing virtually every type of crime scene while serving the 70 municipalities of Bergen County.
The CSU continues to respond to all major crimes investigated by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office. The Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Arson Squad, Fatal Accident Unit, Sex Crimes Unit, and Homicide Squad all utilize CSU when conducting criminal investigations. Additionally, the New Jersey State Police, federal agencies including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, National Transportation Safety Board, Federal Aviation Administration, and many other law enforcement agencies in the tri-state area also depend upon the expertise and experience of CSU personnel.
Sunset Rotary Club meets every Wednesday at 6pm in the Bone Fish Grill, Paramus Park. The club raises funds and provides human resources for all worthy causes. Why not contact us and learn how you can become part of a seriously effective group of dedicated people that not only devotes their time and effort helping those in need but has great enjoyment doing it. Please call President Tom Shea (210-447-4215) or Membership Chairman Steve Wolferman (201-262-5988) and ask about membership. It may be the best call you make today.