The Administrative Services Division aids the Chief of Police in
all administrative areas and serves as a liaison to the Gwinnett County Law
Department to assist in both internal and external legal matters. Other
responsibilities include maintaining departmental financial and performance
measures, personnel strength accounting, and managing special and short-term
projects as directed by the Chief of Police. The Administrative Services
Division consists of the following:
maintaining continual compliance with all applicable standards is the primary
responsibility of the Accreditation Manager. The department completes an
accreditation process every three years to maintain its status as an accredited
agency. Successful completion of the program requires commitment from all
levels of the organization.
The operations contained within
the Fiscal Management Section not only cover a broad range of
responsibilities, but are very diverse. While giving administrative support
to divisions within the Police Department, this section also provides
an added measure of accountability in key areas.
The Human Resources Unit processes payroll, timesheets, position control,
maintains personnel files and other personnel issues for an ever increasing
authorized strength of police employees. This unit serves as liaison to the
County's Department of Human Resources and Financial Services in such matters
as FMLA, Accident/Property Loss reports, and Workers’ Compensation.
An inspections process is an essential mechanism for evaluating the quality of
the department's operations, ensuring that the department's goals are being
pursued, identifying the need for additional resources, and ensuring that
control is maintained throughout the department.
The Training Section is responsible for all training conducted in this
department, including basic recruit training and in-service training.