Administrative Services

Administrative Services is composed of the Chief's Office, Administrative Support, Professional Standards, Finance, Information Technology, and Fleet (police vehicles).

Administrative Support includes employees that keep the day to day operations of the police department flowing smoothly. In a small department such as this, the administrative support staff often wears more than one hat in the performance of their jobs.

Professional Standards monitors several major components of the Police Department. These include: Internal Affairs, Training, Backgrounds, Employee Relations, Workers Comp Claims, Property Damage (caused by PD), Vehicle Accidents and Use of Force issues.

Finance is responsible for the development and oversight of the Elk Grove Police Department’s overall budget. Finance provides financial management and operational support to other divisions in the Police Department, and works closely with other City departments.

The Fleet Section is charged with purchasing and ensuring that all police vehicles are maintained and operational. The Fleet Section is comprised of a Fleet Manager, Fleet Analyst and an Administrative Assistant.

Information Technology (IT) is responsible for all computer functions, computer communication and radio communications. All communications and technology functions are critical behind the scenes elements of the Police Departments daily operations. Essential to these efforts is the constant evaluation and examination of new technologies to improve and enhance our abilities to provide the safest and most cost-effective means of delivering police services.

Office of the Chief



Chief of Police Bryan Noblett
Phone: (916) 627-3300

Chief Bryan Noblett has more than 30 years of law enforcement experience in the greater Sacramento region. His career includes 24 years with the Lodi Police Department serving as a patrol officer, detective, Field Training Officer, Corporal, Sergeant, and Lieutenant. He was hired as Captain of the Elk Grove Police Department in 2009 commanding the Investigative Services and Field Services Divisions. He was promoted to the rank of Assistant Chief and served as second-in-command to recently retired Police Chief Robert Lehner and has been the City’s Emergency Operations Manager since July 2015.

Chief Noblett holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a master’s degree in Organizational Leadership. He has also completed a number of professional programs including the FBI National Academy and the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) Senior Management Institute.