S. Tyler District Attorney

STEPHEN B. TYLER,

Victoria County Criminal District Attorney
205 N. Bridge St., Suite 301, Victoria, TX. 77901
(361)575-0468

  Check Department - (361)575-4812

ADMINISTRATION FORFEITURE JUVENILE DEPARTMENT VICTIM ASSISTANCE INVESTIGATORS
CIVIL FELONY MISDEMEANOR HOT CHECKS PROTECTIVE ORDER
 Home
 Our Mission
 News & Releases
 Important Links
 Contact Us

Investigators of the Victoria County Criminal District Attorney Office are Texas Peace Officers as defined by Texas Code of Criminal Procedure chapter 2.12 and each has a Master Peace Officer Certification awarded by the Texas Commission of Law Enforcement Standards and Education (TCLEOSE).

Their duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

 

  • Review and analyze incidence and prosecution case reports; perform follow up investigations
  • Perform investigations for the Grand Jury
  • Collect evidence of crimes; organize and prepare cases for prosecution;
  • Collect, compile, provide for the preservation of, and analyze factual information
  • Interview involved parties including suspects, witnesses and complainants; obtains and verifies official statements
  • Assist prosecutors with all aspects of a trial, including juries, evidence, testimony, and progress of case
  • Assist other law enforcement agencies in investigations, including reviewing cases, investigating crime scenes, performing surveillance functions, and serving warrants
  • Perform hot check investigations, including locating check writers, setting up payment schedules, and arranging restitution payments to victims
  • Serve as liaison with various law enforcement agencies, including requesting more information for cases and obtaining agency offense reports
  • Participate in asset forfeitures with Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies