Administrative Services Division

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Curtis Spragg
Police Captain
435-627-4367

The Administrative Services Division includes the Chief of Police, Deputy Chief, Administrative Captain, Sergeant, the Public Information Officer, a Background Investigator, Training Coordinator, Quartermaster, Records staff and School Crossing Guards. They support the efforts of the Police Department through budget management, recruiting and hiring, records management and release, public information, and a variety of other tasks.

The Records Unit manages all police reports, accident reports, fingerprints, citations, time cards, billings, and all other clerical type support services.

The Training coordinator is tasked with all the training and scheduling needs of the Department which include annual in-service and new hire recruit training.

The School Crossing Guard consists of a civilian supervisor and crossing guards. We currently cover 23 elementary school crosswalks throughout the City of St. George. 

Our department quartermaster handles all things related to our uniform and equipment including purchasing, inventory, and basic supplies needed by other members of the department. 

If you follow us on social media or you've seen or read about a major incident through the media, you've probably already seen our Public Information Officer. The PIO is responsible for our social media, working with the news media and getting information out to the public from the department. 

All pre-employment background checks for the Police Department are conducted in house through our Background Investigator. This position works closely with the administration to coordinate everything in the hiring process from the job posting, interviews, background checks through the new hire training. 

Professional Responsibility investigations are coordinated and tracked through Administrative Services but may be investigated by a supervisor within the division where the complaint is received.  In cases involving more serious allegations, a disciplinary review board is usually convened and chaired by the Administration Services Division Commander.