The Criminal Investigation Division (CID) of the Johnson County Sheriff's Office consists of two detectives - Lieutenant Jeff Wood and Corporal Jacob Shook.
Lieutenant Jeff Wood began his law enforcement career in October 1996 as a Detention Center Officer at the Johnson County Detention Center (JCDC.) In 1998 Lt. Wood left the JCDC but remained active as an Auxiliary Deputy with the Sheriff's Office doing transports. He then became a Patrol Deputy for the JCSO in March 2002 and moved to the Criminal Investigation Division in August 2009 as a Criminal Investigator.
Corporal Jacob Shook began his law enforcement career in November of 2004 as a Detention Center Officer with the Johnson County Detention Center (JCDC). In 2005 Cpl. Shook left the Detention Center, but returned in January of 2006 continuing his pursuit of a law enforcement career. He then became a Patrol Deputy for the JCSO in April 2008, and moved to the Criminal Investigation Division in September 2012 as a Criminal Investigator. Cpl Shook is also the supervisor over the Sheriff's Office Auxiliary Deputy Division.
Once a uniformed Johnson County Deputy takes a report, C.I.D. will begin a follow-up investigation. C.I.D. is responsible for processing and cataloging evidence at crime scenes. They also prepare affidavits for arrest warrants, search warrants, interview victims, witnesses, and suspects, and perform many other related duties.
CID investigates crimes ranging from illegal drug activity, theft of property, residential and commercial burglary, criminal mischief, identity theft, computer fraud, arson, sexual assaults, and homicides. These incidents may be investigated with assistance of the patrol deputies, the Prosecuting Attorney, and other law enforcement agencies.
While investigating a crime the CID detective will conduct their investigations in a professional manner that is conductive to the discovery of the truth and the successful prosecution of those who commit crimes in Johnson County.
Information obtained from the public is also very valuable in all types of investigations. Detectives Wood and Shook wish to encourage anyone with information about criminal activity, or any ongoing criminal investigations, to contact the Criminal Investigation Division.