The Alaska Department of Public Safety is the state agency that provides services relative to the protection of residents lives, property and wildlife resources. It enforces criminal, traffic, wildlife and fire laws and regulations. Additionally, the department is responsible for various public safety-related functions, such as search and rescue, court services and criminal justice records. The Alaska Department of Public Safety is comprised of several divisions, including state troopers, fire and life safety, statewide services, wildlife troopers and administrative services. It also houses the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, Alaska Police Standards Council, and Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. The department maintains an office in Juneau, Alaska.