Administrative Services

The Planning and Administrative Services Manager is responsible for providing vital support units within the agency which include:

Data Systems:

Responsible for the collection and submission of statistical data to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Division. This statistical data is extremely important in identifying criminal incidents and trends in which special emphasis is placed, to prevent further occurrences. Data Systems also operates and Optical Disk Imaging System which further enhances the Department's ability to effectively process and store records, building the foundation for a quick and improved method of retrieving important data. For assistance or more information about Data Systems, please contact Records Supervisor Magdalena Kochanek.

Fleet & Asset Maintenance:

All police vehicles and their respective equipment must be maintained to ensure that officers will have the tools and equipment that are necessary to provide the highest degree of service available to the community. Research and recommendations are made with regard to the purchase of new vehicles and equipment and participation in the budgetary process is necessary.

Records & Public Records:

Police Service Specialists are responsible for the task of storing, maintaining, retrieving, and reproduction of all official documentation generated by the agency's police officers. Our professional, friendly employees also provide assistance in the compilation of information necessary for the successful prosecution of criminal violations and traffic infractions.

For assistance or more information about Records, please contact Records Supervisor Magdalena Kochanek.

Crime Analysis:

Crime analysis uses a set of systematic analytical processes directed at providing timely and pertinent information related to current crime trends and trend correlations to assist the operational, investigative and administrative personnel in the planning and deployment of resources. The information gathered from this process will be used to more effectively and efficiently prevent crime and apprehend criminals.


The essence of the COMPSTAT process can be summarized briefly as follows: Collect, analyze and map crime data and other essential police performance measures on a regular basis and hold police managers accountable for their performance as measured by these data.


Preparation and management of the police department budget, to include: Personnel, Operating and Capital expenses.

The Administrative Division also oversees technical services and acquires and maintains state-of-the-art technology for all areas of law enforcement. This includes: mobile computers for electronic dispatching, officer access to criminal information, electronic report writing, and incident command vehicles. The Jupiter Police Department keeps up with the latest in law enforcement technology to ensure both the safety of the public and all police department personnel.

For more information about the Administrative Services Division please contact the Planning and Administrative Services Manager Kim Vincelli.