Are all cases actively investigated?
Unfortunately, the answer to this question is “no”. There are many cases where a crime has obviously occurred, but there is no way to identify who committed the crime and no witnesses or evidence that will help solve the crime. In this circumstance, the report is given to the investigator for review but is not otherwise investigated.

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1. Can I schedule a tour of your facility?
2. Will an Officer speak to my civic group?
3. Does my dog need a license or a rabies vaccination in Colby?
4. How do I obtain a dog license?
5. Can my dog run unleashed in Colby?
6. What happens when I call 9-1-1?
7. What do I say when I call 9-1-1 from a landline at a home or business?
8. What if I dial 9-1-1 by mistake?
9. What about 9-1-1 and cell phones?
10. Which number should I call for non-emergency situations?
11. I’m going out of town on vacation. What do I need to do?
12. Can I call with information and not give my name?
13. How do I report a crime?
14. I need information about an ongoing investigation. Who do I call?
15. Who starts the investigation?
16. Are all cases actively investigated?
17. Will I have to go to court?
18. Can I call an Officer to unlock my car when I locked my keys inside?
19. Are BB guns illegal in Colby?
20. I’m having disputes with a neighbor. What can I do?
21. I’m getting harassing email. Is there something I can do?
22. What should I do if I get pulled over by a patrol officer?
23. Do you register bicycles?
24. How do I get a copy of a police or accident report?
25. How do I check my criminal record or background?