Criminal Investigations Division
CID handles crimes against persons, property and juveniles. This division is responsible for a wide variety of follow up investigations including burglaries, thefts, forgeries, robberies, rapes, homicides, and any other crimes requiring further investigation. Currently, CID includes one commander, two general investigative detectives, one school resource officer (SRO), and one evidence custodian. To find out more about our SRO and evidence custodian, click the links below.
Contact the CID Division if you have any information that may lead to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for a crime that you might know about.
Lt. Chris Galvez has been in law enforcement since 2002. He began his career in Vermilion parish as a sheriff’s deputy where he worked in corrections and then as a patrol deputy. Next Lt. Galvez worked for the New Iberia City Police department where he was a member of the S.W.A.T. team, bicycle patrol, A.C.T.I.O.N. unit and he was a field training officer. After the city police department was abolished he continued to work in New Iberia for the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office as a patrol deputy. In 2006, he began his career in Broussard. He started on patrol then transferred to the traffic division. He was promoted to traffic sergeant and then later was promoted to lieutenant in 2011. Lt. Galvez is a defensive tactics instructor and teaches several other courses for the in-service curriculum at Broussard PD. Lt. Galvez is an adjunct instructor for LSU where he teaches for the National Center for Biomedical Research and Training (NCBRT) which is a division of Homeland Security.