The Financial Investigations Division is a team of civilian criminal investigators who partner with Criminal Bureau prosecutors, State Police, victim witness advocates and support staff from the Fraud and Financial Crimes Division, the Public Integrity Division, the Enterprise and Major Crimes Division and the Human Trafficking Unit.  The financial investigators provide extensive analysis and forensically examine evidence for allegations of criminal misconduct involving a broad array of complex financial crimes including larceny, embezzlement, identity theft, public corruption, money laundering and human trafficking.  

The financial investigators conduct interviews of victims, witnesses and targets and provide testimony in the Grand Jury and at trial to the documentary evidence they gathered and examined, which is vital to the Criminal Bureau’s investigations and prosecutions.  The Financial Investigations Division also maintains an accounting and disbursement of the funds used in the undercover investigations of the State Police assigned to the office.