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The City of St. Augustine remains committed to providing accessibility to all and provides for handicapped accessible parking in the city. For a map of accessible parking locations, Click Here To notify the city regarding accessibility concerns contact Todd Grant, Public Works Deputy Director, Phn: 904.825.1040, Fax: 904.209.4286, Email: email@example.com. You may also write City of St. Augustine, P.O. Box 210, St. Augustine, FL 32085-0210.
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The Administration Services Command is responsible for the overall management and supervision of the police department and ensuring that the department's primary focus is the safety of our residents and visitors. The command, under the leadership of the Chief of Police, sets the goals, objectives and priorities of the police department.
Besides providing secretarial support to other commands, the Administrative Services Command oversees the following three divisions:
The Communications Division is often referred to as the 'nerve center' of the department. It has the primary responsibility of receiving and dispatching emergency calls. The members of the division also have the responsibility of communications with other federal and state agencies through the National Crime Information Center and the Florida Crime Information Center computer systems.
Professional Standards Division
The Professional Standards Division maintains all records for the St. Augustine Police Department and oversees Internal Affairs. This division is responsible for maintaining the SAPD's information management system and is responsible for the management, processing and distribution of all paperwork inside and outside the department.
The Training Division schedules and supervises all training events, crime prevention events and manages the hiring process of new officers and their subsequent training.
Commander Stephen Fricke
The Community Resource Command involves the creation and delivery of various programs for the public.
Special Events Division
The City of St. Augustine hosts special events throughout the year which call for management of traffic and the closure of streets. The Special Events Division is responsible for maintaining the safety and security of those events.
The Traffic Unit provides control and enforcement measures in an effort to reduce traffic accident related injuries.
This division which consists of four uniformed officers, patrol the downtown area of the city including Lincolnville.
Public Information Officer
Community Resources Unit
St. George Street Officer
Patrols the area of St. George St. which is closed to vehicular traffic.
Flagler College Unit
Patrols the Flagler College Campus under an agreement with Flagler College.
Special Response team (SRT)
The SRT is the department's quick reaction force and is trained in responding to dynamic and dangerous incidents.
The Evidence Section processes, stores and presents all evidence submitted by members of the department in all court proceedings.
In addition the Community Resource Command oversees the Honor Guard Team and the Traffic Homicide Investigations Team.
Commander Michele Perry
The Operations Command has the responsibility of responding to calls for service from residents and visitors.
The Patrol Division is primarily responsible for responding to calls for service from residents and visitors. The division, when not responding to calls, services the entire city by patrolling their zoned areas.
The Investigation Division is responsible for all follow-up and major crime investigations. Detectives investigate crimes against property and persons and are also responsible for department undercover operations, including drugs, prostitution and theft. Members of the division have received extensive training in forensics, interviews and interrogations and crime scene management.
Commander Barry Fox