Rank 1: Chief Of Police

Oversight of a department’s operations, budgeting, Oversight of officers.takes care of limited disciplinary actions to be addressed on infractions of policy, rules, regulations, laws or ordinances.A Chief has power of full dismissal or heavy sanctioning of officer duty.

Rank 2: Assistant Chief of Police

work right below the COP and handles the dept in absence of COP, has the powers almost same as the COP.duties are distributed among top ranks in the SAPD.

Rank 3: Deputy Chief of Police

the Deputy Chief of Police is the person second in charge of a COP office.

Rank 4: Commander

Commander is a common naval and air force officer rank. Commander is also used as a rank or title in other formal organisations, including several police forces. in Police Dept commander

Rank 5: Captain

In most U.S. police departments, the rank of captain is immediately above that of lieutenant. A police captain is often the officer in charge of a precinct.
In some smaller U.S. police departments, a person holding the rank of police captain may be in charge of a division (patrol division, detective division, etc.)

Rank 6: Lieutinant

A lieutenant is a junior commissioned officer in the armed forces, fire services, police and other organizations of many nations.
often lead a team of police officers to the operations.

Rank 7: Sergeant

Sergeant is also a commonly used rank within United States police departments. It ranks above “officer” and “corporal”, and it represents the first level of management within the organization.

Rank 8: Inspector

Inspector or a investigator is a rank of SAPD where the rank holder oftenly inspects the cases say thefts, murders etc

Rank 9:Officer

A police officer, also known as an officer, policeman, policewoman, cop, police agent is a warranted law employee of a police force

Rank 10: Corporal

A police corporal is generally employed as an officer with additional leadership responsibilities. These duties may include Field Supervisor, Field Training Officer (FTO), Watch Commander and others.

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