Administrative Services Bureau

Information on the Administrative Services Bureau.

Page updated on Oct 17, 2017 at 10:41 AM


Gittins, Dianne

Deputy Chief Dianne Gittins

The current Administrative Services Bureau Strategic Plan.

The Administrative Services Bureau is currently commanded by Deputy Chief Dianne Gittins and includes the following divisions and units: 

Human Resources and Recruitment Section

Support Services Division

  • Training and Development Section
  • Facilities and Security Management Section
  • Property and Evidence Section
  • Policy, Accreditation and Directives Section 

Technology, Data and Analysis Division


Facilities & Security Management Division

The Facilities & Security Management Division has a mostly civilian staff that is responsible for the department's facilities maintenance, security management and capital projects.

FSMD responsibilities include overseeing the planning, design and construction of the new police headquarters facility, providing custodial services, maintaining the existing inventory of space, coordinating maintenance/repair services and managing the access control and video surveillance systems for the facilities.

Specific Functions

Facilities Maintenance: A staff of custodians and a facilities supervisor provide custodial and facilities maintenance/repair services.  The staff maintains over 15 facilities covering over 85,000 square feet of owned and leased space.

Facilities Security:  The security system, covering access control, intrusion monitoring and video surveillance, consists of over 150 devices from card readers to vibration sensors to covert cameras.  The systems must remain function on 24/7 basis to provide access control to an operation that never stops.  This section also manages the department telephone system.

Capital Projects:  The Capital Projects program is responsible for guiding the department through the planning, design, construction and occupancy of a state-of-the-art facility which will be completed in CY 2011.  Ensuring that the department's requirements are clearly understood, communicated, and included in the new facility project is the major focus of this program. This program is also responsible for capital projects at the other departmental facilities.

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