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Organized Crimes Bureau

9105 NW 25 St.
Suite #3122
Doral, FL 33172
Phone: 305-994-1000
Fax: 305-994-1004  
Email: [email protected]
Major: Jorge Aguiar

The Organized Crimes Bureau comprises three sections: The Economic Crimes Section, The Organized Crimes Section, and The Narcotics Section. The bureau, as a cohesive unit, undertakes criminal investigations into diverse offenses that impose significant financial burdens on the community. It also investigates identified organized criminal groups and enterprises, necessitating investigative resources and capabilities surpassing those of other departmental elements or entities. Furthermore, the Bureau conducts criminal investigations pertaining to violations of narcotics and dangerous drugs laws, money laundering, and narcotics-related kidnapping for ransom.

Economic Crimes Section

Economic Crimes Section A:

Conducts criminal investigations into crimes that inflict serious financial hardship on the community. If you suspect someone has obtained a fraudulent deed to your property, call 305-994-1000.

Economic Crimes Section B:

Investigates the following types of fraud: Credit card, check, real estate, squatters, prescription, embezzlement, flim-flam (lottery scams), and contractor fraud. They also investigate the following crimes where an incendiary device or an open flame is utilized to include: Arsons, Exploded and Unexploded Devices, Vapor Explosions, Attempted Murder, and Insurance Fraud. The Arson Unit is also used as a support unit to scenes of fires involving homicides.

Organized Crimes Section

The Organized Crime Section (OCS) investigates cases involving gambling, prostitution, murder-for-hire, and cargo theft. The section works closely with state and federal law enforcement agencies to combat crimes that expand across state lines and are active members of various task forces.

Narcotics Section

The Narcotics Section conducts criminal investigations of all offenses relating to violations of narcotics and dangerous drugs laws and money laundering. Narcotics investigations are conducted at three levels: interdiction, major investigations, including manufacturing, and street-level sales. The Narcotics Bureau is also charged with the responsibility of investigating narcotics-related kidnapping for ransom.