Captain Robyn Nichols (right) commands the Administrative Services Division.
The Chief Financial Officer and her staff oversee the Office’s financial matters, including development and management of the annual budget, purchasing, management of inmate accounts, federal and state reimbursement, and other fiscal responsibilities.
The Human Resources Section handles functions such as
recruitment and hiring of sworn deputies and civilian staff, training, and staff retention. The Section also provides administrative and clerical support to the Sheriff and Sheriff’s Office staff.
The Technical Services Section is responsible for information and technology operations, and management of the Office’s fleet, uniforms and equipment. The section also coordinates the Office’s
social media and
community outreach functions and manages the agency’s written directives and participation in law enforcement and corrections accreditation programs.
Maintaining Our Integrity
Administrative Services is also responsible for conducting all investigations of alleged staff misconduct. The internal affairs function helps uphold the Office’s high standards of integrity and dedication to duty, and involves the swift and effective investigation of all citizen complaints and allegations of improper action. This important responsibility is accomplished by our Internal Investigations Deputy, who reports directly to the Administrative Services Captain. View statistics for
internal affairs investigations by type and
by disposition for calendar years 2007 through 2013.