Bureau of Administrative Services

The Bureau of Administrative Services (BAS) is responsible for coordinating and managing a variety of complex management services to support the operation of the St. Charles County Police Department. It is comprised of:

  • Community Education Division,
  • Division of Emergency Management,
  • Division of Management Services,
  • Office of the Chief, including Accreditation, Public Affairs and Special Projects, and
  • Records Division.

Responsibilities

The Community Education Division consists of School Resource Officers (SROs) and Community Education Officers who work closely with students and staff from area public and private schools to ensure safer learning environments through positive relationships, crime prevention, and instruction of ST.A.R.T.

(Substance Tobacco Alcohol Resistance Training) program, a SCCPD developed prevention curriculum. Click on the left link for more information about the SRO and ST.A.R.T. programs.

The Division of Emergency Management promotes unified planning and coordinates the county-wide response in the event of natural or man-made disasters. All division staff has completed training in the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Professional Development and Advanced Professional Development programs, as well as the National Incident Management Systems (NIMS).

The Division of Management Services is divided into seven units, including Financial Management, Personnel Records, Professional Standards and Training, which ensures commissioned and civilian staff receive advanced training and professional development to enhance their knowledge base, improve job performance, and maintain certifications.

The Records Division serves as a repository for all records managed and generated by SCCPD. The division is also responsible for issuing concealed carry permits to St. Charles County residents. Visit our public services page for more information.

The Public Affairs Office is responsible for disseminating accurate and timely information related to the SCCPD to the media and the public. The office also coordinates media relations, department hosted special events, and community presentation requests. Media and public information inquiries may be submitted to 636-949-3057 or via email.