The Administration Division is under the command of Captain Jay Jaekel. The division includes:
- Emergency Communication services
- Records Management
Access the staff directory to see a listing of Administration Personnel
The communication operators answer and dispatch administrative and 911 calls for service for Police, Fire and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) 24 hours a day 7 days a week. They answer calls for general information from citizens, check for warrants on people stopped by police officers on the street and run registration and stolen checks on vehicles.
Calls are dispatched on a state-of-the-art radio system. The system is maintained by the Galveston County Emergency Communication District
. The radio system allows communication with other agencies in the county.
The records division maintains all police and accident reports. They handle request for copies of reports from citizens, insurance companies, the courts, and other criminal justice agencies. Uniform Crime Reporting
is also handled by the records manger.
Business Contact Information
The Dickinson Police Department Communication Division attempts to keep current contact information on all businesses located in the city. If your business has not provided us with contact information or you information has changed please complete the Business Information Form
. This information can be very useful in the event of an emergency.
Facts About the Communications Center
- Number of employees: 8 full time & 2 part-time Civilian Public Safety Dispatchers; 1 Communications Supervisor
- Annual Dispatcher pay: $29,552 starting
- Training: Minimum 15 weeks of initial training,
- Annual in-service training: Average of 20 hours per dispatcher
- Radio Consoles: 3, made by Motorola MCC 7500
- Radio talk groups: Multiple
- Units coordinated: Usual staffing is 5 police officers, volunteer fire department with 50 firefighters, 1 ambulance with 2 paramedics, plus daytime administrative staff
- Incidents dispatched: 25,000