The Administrative Support Bureau provides many of the internal and “back-office” support services for the efficient and effective functioning of the police department, supporting front-line personnel in the accomplishment of their duties as well as providing direct services to the community. This bureau’s responsibilities include records management; fiscal management; recruiting, selection, training and personnel management; accreditation management; supplies and materials; grant management; facilities and communications infrastructure; and public information.
Major Paul Rogers is assigned to the Administrative Operations Bureau. He oversees Recruiting, Background Investigations, Records Unit, Training Unit, Budget, Accreditation, Professional Standards, and administratively manages the police vehicle fleet. A Palm Beach Gardens Native, Major Rogers has served with the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department since 1996. He has served in the position of Field Training Officer and Detective prior to being promoted to Sergeant in 2007. As a Sergeant, he was assigned to Road Patrol, and the Community Involvement Unit where he supervised daily police operations as well as special events. Major Rogers has completed the Federal Bureau of Investigations' Law Enforcement Executive Development training, as well as the Florida Department of Law Enforcement's Leadership Academy.