Criminal Investigations Division
The Criminal Investigations Division is composed of four full time detectives. The foremost responsibility of the
members of this Division is to perform follow up investigations on assigned cases utilizing the resources available at the local,
state, and federal levels.
The logistical unit falls under the Criminal Investigation Division and is staffed by a Lieutenant as well as a
civilian evidence technician. The logistical unit oversees evidence, quartermaster, armory, vehicle maintenance, and physical plant
maintenance. This unit ensures that the entire police department has all the needed equipment for duty as well as the arduous task of
inventory and control of the evidence function of police work.
You may contact any member of this Division by calling our office at (770) 960-3003.
One detective remains on call each week and is available after regular business hours by contacting the Emergency Communications Center
Captain Jimmy Callaway
Captain Callaway is the division commander for the Criminal Investigations
Division. Before he held that title he was the Commander for the Clayton County Joint Vice Task Force. Captain Callaway holds a
Bachelorís Degree from Columbia Southern University as well as an Associates Degree from DeKalb Technical College. He is a P.O.S.T.
certified instructor and nationally certified D.A.R.E. and G.R.E.A.T. instructor. He holds the P.O.S.T. intermediate and advanced
certifications. Callaway is currently enrolled in Mercer Universityís Public Safety Leadership Institute and will obtain his management
certification upon graduation. Captain Callaway has over 13 years of law enforcement experience. He specializes in intellectual
property crimes and asset forfeiture. He has taught local, state, and federal officers in Georgia, South Carolina, and Puerto Rico.
He is also active with the Georgia Gang Investigators Association. You may contact Captain Callaway at email@example.com.
Detective Sgt. Larry Oglesby
Detective Sergeant Oglesby began his law enforcement career in 2002 in Texas with the Arlington
Police Department. After relocating to Georgia, he joined the Morrow Police Department in 2005 where he has served as Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer
and Sergeant with the Uniform Patrol Division before becoming a member of the Criminal Investigations Division in September 2010. Sergeant Oglesby holds a
Bachelor's of Arts Degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Mount Allison University in Canada. In addition to his P.O.S.T., Field Training,
Supervision Level 1 certifications, Sergeant Oglesby has received several commendations throughout his career in law enforcement.
Detective Paul Wages
Detective Wages has over eight years of law enforcement experience. He has a Bachelors of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Georgia State University. He has an Intermediate POST Certification, is a Senior Instructor and holds advanced trainer certifications as a Firearms, Defensive Tactics, and Taser Instructor. Detective Wages previous law enforcement assignments have included the Uniform Patrol Division, Tac-Squad/ Crime Suppression Unit, Special Operations Division, Narcotics, SWAT, and Training Division.
Detective Wages has taught firearms and tactics for over 10 years. This training has been for citizens, police officers, military personnel, and private security contractors. Detective Wages has trained for various local police departments to include the Clayton Regional Law Enforcement Academy and the Georgia SWAT Associations annual conference. He has also taught for the US ARMY at Ft. Benning Georgia and the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.
Detective Wages started with the Morrow Police Department in July of 2007 as a Reserve Officer assisting the Uniform Patrol Division and Training Division. In September 2009 he became a full time officer assigned to the Uniform Patrol Division and is the lead firearms instructor for the department. In January 2011 after successfully completing the review process he was selected for the position of detective with the Morrow Police Department Criminal Investigations Division.
The Morrow Police Department is currently a Georgia Association of Chiefís of Police Certified Agency. The Morrow Police Department has been
certified since 2001. State Certification is a progressive and time-proven way of helping law enforcement agencies calculate and improve their
overall performances. The foundation of certification lies in the promulgation of standards containing a clear statement of professional
objectives. Participating agencies conduct a thorough self-analysis to determine how existing operations can be adapted to meet these
objectives. When the procedures are in place, a team of trained assessors verifies that applicable standards have been successfully
implemented. The process culminates with a decision by a joint executive committee that the agency has met the requirements for certification.
Certification status represents a significant professional achievement. Certification acknowledges the implementation of policies and
procedures that are conceptually sound and operationally effective. The Morrow Police Department has been certified since 2001.
City of Morrow Mission Statement:
"To create and maintain an environment that provides ethical leadership, exceptional services, and the highest quality of life for the citizens, employees, and customers of the City of Morrow."
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