Administration consists of divisions and units that provide support services to all certified law enforcement and detention members and is responsible for all business and technological related functions of the organization.
The Sheriff's Office is a business that employs nearly 350 people and is responsible for each member's hiring, benefits, payroll, equipment needs, and systems management. Through various units within Administration, we are responsible for planning, organizing, and leading the formulation and administration of the annual budget and planning as well as research, acquisition and tracking of state, federal, and other revenue sources. We also maintain all data management systems and agency records, and perform all general service functions for acquisition of all agency owned equipment, supplies, technology, and property for law enforcement and detention.
Administration coordinates the development of long and short-term goals of the agency and maintains liaison with other criminal justice organizations to coordinate external data collection. Administration prepares reports and summaries detailing findings and recommendations for various projects based on systematic analysis and comparison of needs, cost, and benefit to the agency, manages the annual capital and infrastructure projects and is responsible for assuring that all agency business is conducted in compliance with legislative, regulatory, judicial mandates, regulations, and professional standards.
Administration is responsible for many critical functions required for the agency to run smoothly. These functions range from budgetary and contract management to procurement of goods and services to assisting in the preparation of annual financial statements.
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