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Juneau Police Department
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JPD Organizational Chart
When fully staffed the Juneau Police Department is comprised of 92 employees; with 55 commissioned officers and 37 civilian personel. At 55 officers, JPD is the second largest municipal police department in the State of Alaska. To provide police service for the City and Borough of Juneau the Department is organized into functional work units as depicted in the organizational chart. The staffing and responsibilities of each organizational unit are as follows:
Chief of Police – Is responsible for the overall direction and operation of the Department.
Deputy Chief of Police – Reporting directly to the Chief, the Deputy Chief is responsible for administrative oversight of Operations. The Deputy Chief is responsible for the overall direction and operation of the Department when the Chief is absent from the City and Borough.
Operations Division – Reporting directly to the Deputy Chief, the leaders of Patrol, the Communications Center, and the Special Operations Unit supervise the delivery of 24 hour police services to the City and Borough.
Administrative Services Division – Reporting directly to the Chief, the Administrative Manager is responsible for the Department’s fiscal activities, Records Unit, computer systems and information technology staff, radio programs and for maintaining police facilities.