The Community Services Unit works to reduce residential crimes.
The Criminal Investigation Unit is responsible for investigating major crimes.
The Crisis Negotiation Team operates through a call system to provide expert negotiation skills in critical situations.
The Evidence Detection Unit search crimes scenes to locate and analyze physical evidence.
The Information and Analysis Unit facilitates crime analysis through reports on crime patterns and trends.
The K-9 Unit (Canine Unit) is made up of handlers and dogs trained to perform searches for contraband and missing persons, as well as perform routine patrol work.
The Motorcycle Unit is primarily utilized during special events such as parades and escorts.
The Mounted Patrol Unit patrols county parks and communities on horseback.
Ordnance Disposal is responsible for disposing of explosives.
The Patrol Division is where all officers begin their careers, and it involves routinely patrolling assigned areas, responding to accidents, and more.
Officers in the Police Athletic League (PAL) of Delaware work with 7,000 youth PAL members in a variety of activities.
The Professional Development Unit is responsible for human resources, risk management, training, and managing the Police Academy.
The Special Weapons and Tactics Unit handles critical incidents such as hostage rescue, barricaded subjects, and civil disorders.
The Traffic Services Unit is tasked with investigating traffic incidents that involve a fatality or serious injury.
The Walking Patrol and Bicycle Patrol are specialized units used to provide police presence for specific community needs based on crime trends.