ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION
MAJOR ROBERT TUMLIN, COMMANDER
770-477-3600



Major Robert Tumlin
As Commander of the Administrative Services Division of the Clayton County Police Department, Major Robert Tumlin is responsible for the supervision of the Budgetary / Crime Analysis Unit, Buildings and Grounds Unit, Community Affairs Unit, Training Unit, Range Master and the Vehicle Maintenance Unit.

The Budgetary / Crime Analysis Unit is responsible for conducting thorough research for the police department on many administrative and operational areas. The Budgetary / Crime Analysis Unit is assigned to the Chief's Staff and its commanding officer reports directly to the Chief of Police. Functions of the Budgetary / Crime Analysis Unit include:

Planning and managing a $19 million dollar annual budget for the Police Department.
To see that goals and objectives of all grants at the Clayton County Police Department are consistent with those criterion set by the State Crime Commission.
Formalization of policy and procedure - solutions to problems in operational areas.
Recommendations on technology which will improve present systems, cut costs in the long run, and keep operations up to date.
Maintaining a database of all crimes committed within the unincorporated areas of Clayton County.

The Building and Grounds Unit is responsible for ensuring that the maintenance needs of Police Headquarters, the North Clayton Police Precinct, the South Clayton Police Precinct and all property and grounds of the police department are met by requesting appropriate work orders through the Clayton County Government.

The Vehicle Maintenance Unit is responsible for
ensuring that police department fleet vehicles are well cared for and properly maintained. The unit maintains a database of mileage, damage, repair costs, and general age of vehicles, among other things, to determine when they should be replaced. The unit also works with Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (E.V.O.C.) Instructors and schedules demonstrator prototypes of the latest law enforcement vehicles to determine suitability for use within our agency.

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