The Administrative Division consists of Records, Permits, and GCIC. The Records Department is responsible for the dissemination of police reports and completing open records requests. The Permits Department is responsible for permit applications and fingerprints. GCIC is responsible for maintaining Georgia Crime Information Center records and training.
|Captain Norm Vik is currently assigned to Administration. He supervises Records, Permits, GCIC, and Quartermaster. Captain Vik is a U.S. Army Veteran, where he served as a Military Police Sergeant. Captain Vik came to the Sandy Springs Police Department from the City of Hapeville Police Department in 2007. His assignments have included Uniform/Bike Patrol, S.W.A.T, Field Training, D.U.I. Task Force, Serious Injury/Fatality Investigator, Criminal Investigations, and Community Affairs. He obtained his Master of Science degree in Administration of Justice and Security from the University of Phoenix. He is also a graduate of the Southern Police Institute’s Administrative Officer Course from the University Of Louisville.
The Records Department is responsible for the dissemination of police reports, completing open records requests, and running criminal history checks. The Permits Department is responsible for processing various permit applications and fingerprints.
Maisha Hammond is the Records Supervisor, she began her career in Law Enforcement with the Gwinnett County Police Department. She held the position of Communications Officer for 911 and Records Clerk in 2015 after relocating from New York City. Maisha joined us at the Sandy Springs Police Department in 2017 and worked in both the Records and Permits Divisions; before taking the position of Records Supervisor. Before working in Law Enforcement, Maisha was employed by JP Morgan Chase for 12 years.
Georgia Crime Information Center
GCIC is responsible for maintaining the Georgia Crime Information Center records and training.
Candace Wright is the GCIC TAC. Candace began her career at Glynn/Brunswick E911 in 2011 as a 911 Emergency Dispatcher. There she gained knowledge of how to operate GCIC/NCIC systems. Candace then moved to Henry County in 2012 where she continued to expand he knowledge and pursuit in law enforcement. After working for Henry County E911 for 2 years, she accepted a GCIC Specialist position with the Sandy Springs Police Department. While working at the Sandy Springs Police Department, she has held the position of Assistant TAC and was later promoted to the Agency TAC/ Supervisor of GCIC.
The Quartermaster job is to coordinate the purchase and the issuing of all Police uniforms, equipment, and supplies. The Quartermaster maintains current records and monitor all incoming and outgoing inventory.
Beverly Moore began her career in Law Enforcement with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department in Birmingham, Alabama as a Deputy Sheriff in 1989 where she served until 2005 when she relocated to Georgia. She also worked for Marta Police Department as a Police Officer on the North Line. After leaving Marta Police Department she came to Sandy Springs Police Department and worked in both GCIC and Records Division before taking the position of Quartermaster.