The Savannah Area Regional Intelligence Center (S.A.R.I.C.)
To provide information about both short-term and long-term crime patterns and trends, and to support investigative efforts to identify suspects responsible for committing crimes.
S.A.R.I.C. was created in 2007 by combining the former Crime Analysis Unit consisting of civilian staff who were responsible for gathering information and formulating crime patterns and trends, with the former Intelligence Unit consisting of sworn investigators tasked seeking out information on current criminal activity. Today this mix of civilian and sworn staff work together to gather critical real time crime date and pattern information. S.A.R.I.C. is staffed by 1 sergeant, 4 sworn investigators, and 9 civilian crime analysts.
S.A.R.I.C. is commanded by:
Lieutenant Racine Chaney
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