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Organizational Information

Office Descriptions

The Sacramento Police Department is organized into four offices, three of which are overseen by a deputy chief and one by a captain.

Office of operations

The Office of Operations (OOO) is responsible for providing the majority of the department’s frontline services. They include the Patrol Division (located at the three neighborhood substations) and the Communications Division (9-1-1 center). These two divisions most often provide our first point of contact with the community. This Office also oversees the Problem Oriented Policing, Gang Enforcement, and Marijuana Compliance Units.

Office of Investigations

The Office of Investigations (OOI) is responsible for developing information leading to the arrest of criminal offenders. It includes Detectives, Forensic Investigations, Homeland Security, Training, Personnel Services, Fiscal, Records Division, and Evidence and Property.

Office of specialized Services

The Office of Specialized Services (OSS) includes our Metro Division, which oversees units like K9 and SWAT, and Traffic/Air Operations. This Office also oversees Regional Transit Police Services, Public Safety IT (PSIT) Services, Crime Analysis, the Outreach and Engagement Unit, and the Impact and Mental Health Services Teams. 

Office of the Chief

The Office of the Chief (OOC) is responsible for developing and communicating the vision of the department. This office plans, organizes, and directs departmental policies and activities. This office also oversees Internal Affairs, Professional Standards, the Criminal Intelligence Unit, Government Affairs, Media Services, and the Public Information Office.

 


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Organizational Chart 

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Budget

One of the most important documents of any municipality is the annual city budget. It establishes how public funding will be spent and outlines the spending priorities for the future fiscal year (July 1 through June 30). Costs for everyday services, such as police patrol, are itemized in the budget. The largest fund in the City is the General Fund. The General Fund is supported by taxes and fees, and generally has no funding restrictions. Police services are paid for out of the General Fund.

View the Approved Police Department Budget for Fiscal Year 2018/19 (PDF Document - 379 KB)