Rockwall Police Department
Criminal Investigations

The Criminal Investigations Division (CID) is under the command of Lieutenant Aaron McGrew. CID is responsible for investigating criminal offenses that have occurred within the city limits of Rockwall. It is composed of the Criminal Investigations Unit, Narcotics Unit, Special Investigation Unit, and Warrant Unit. For more information, contact Lieutenant Aaron McGrew at (972) 772-6703 or by email at

Currently there are eight detectives assigned to the Criminal Investigations Unit. Four of these detectives are assigned to investigate general crimes, with one detective assigned to juvenile offenses, one to family violence offenses, one to financial crimes, and one to computer forensics. These detectives are under the direct supervision of a Sergeant.

All detectives in the Criminal Investigations Unit are cross-trained and capable of investigating different offenses.


The Rockwall Police Department now offers the general public a prescription drug return program through the use of a drug collection unit provided by CVS Pharmacy. The drug collection unit provides the general public with a safe, environmentally responsible way to dispose of unwanted or expired medications, including controlled substances. The unit is located outside of the Communications Center entrance at the Rockwall Police Department, which is located at 205 West Rusk Street. The drug collection unit is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and it is monitored by video surveillance. Unwanted medications may be dropped into the drug collection unit with no questions asked. This service is available to the general public and should not be utilized as prescription drop off for doctor or dentist offices. In addition, liquids, needles, thermometers, medical waste and trash should not be placed in the unit.


The Rockwall Police Department Narcotics Unit is a proactive unit that aggressively works with local, state and federal agencies in an effort to reduce the distribution and possession of narcotics in our community. Narcotics Unit Investigators are responsible for investigating cases involving all drug-related issues, including the sale, possession and manufacturing of illegal drugs. The unit is staffed with a Sergeant and detectives, including one detective assigned to the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) as a Task Force Officer.

If you would like to report drug-related information, please contact the Rockwall Police Department at (972) 771-7717 or Rockwall County Crime Stoppers at (972) 771-8477. You may also forward any narcotics-related information or questions via email.


The Special Investigation Unit (SIU) is a proactive investigative team tasked with combatting crime affecting our community through specialized investigative techniques. Staffed by a Sergeant and two detectives, the SIU initiates and conducts follow-up investigations of crimes and crime trends, cooperating with local, state and federal partners.


Court Bailiffs are responsible for municipal court room and building security. Additionally, Court Bailiffs are responsible for the serving of outstanding municipal warrants of arrest, setting up and processing payment plans for violators, and the service of subpoenas and summons.

The Court Bailiffs are under the supervision of the Criminal Investigations Division Sergeant.