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Just like other small and large organizations, the law enforcement agency has different divisions with different functions. It has multiple departments so that they can respond to the needs of the people immediately. But for a police organization to function, it should be well-managed and well-organized. Our ready-made Police Organizational Chart Templates are perfect for your department, whether its county or regional. They are well-designed to make them easier for you to use and they can be edited to ensure that you can make your organization chart the way that you want to. They're also available in Adobe PDF and other file formats. Get your copy now!
A study conducted by Statista in 2013 said that there are 12,326 police departments in America. With this large number, it's necessary to have a well-designed and well-organized company organizational chart. Read the tips below:
Identify the names of the departments, divisions, and committees. Know the structure of each department to avoid mistakes when making even the most basic charts.
Get the names of the staff and the head with their respective positions for you to know their functions. It would help you understand the process and the operation of each department so you won't go wrong crafting your simple chart.
You have to understand the functions of each department. Each function must be briefly stated in your chart. Make a list of what it is that each department does so that you'll know what to place. When making a description for each department, make sure that you keep it brief as you don't want to overload your chart with text.
Create a blank document and start making your chart. Place each department according to its ranking. Make sure you still have your notes with you. Input any needed information and connect each related department by using lines. If you're done, check the chart to spot any error.
Make more copies of your chart and post it in visible areas in your office. That way, every single member of the police staff will know who they should report to or who falls under whose line of command.
The police force ensures the safety of the people. They implement the rules and make arrests when some people are caught doing criminal acts.
Here are some of the branches of a police department:
1. Chief of Police
2. Legal Services
3. Budget and Finance
5. Field and Support
6. Public Affairs
9. Patrol Group
1. Deputy police chief
2. Chief of police
3. Police technician
4. Police lieutenant
5. Police captain
6. Police officer/patrol officer/police detective
7. Police corporal
8. Police sergeant
A police organizational chart is a display of the organization's structure. Its presentation is shown in a hierarchical manner where the highest rank comes first and followed by other departments.
1. It helps everyone know the function of each department and each personnel.
2. It shows a chain of command and the people belonging to a particular department.
3. It helps and guides the personnel in executing their duties.