Spatial profiles of the coma of Comet P/Swift-Tuttle perpendicular to the projected Sun-comet line were obtained for the emission bands of CN, C2, and C3 as well as for two continuum bands from spectrophotometric observations taken from Oct. 5 to 8, 1992. The intensities were converted into emissivities per km2 in the cases of the continua and into column densities for the emission band profiles. Spatial and temporal variabilities have been found in all five investigated components, which are consistent with the rotational period of the nucleus determined from the observations of the comet during its last perihelion passage in 1862. The emission band profiles were fitted with the vectorial model and the production rates of CN, C2, and C3 were determined. One half of the profiles was fitted adequately under steady state conditions for the production rate in a first approximation, whereas the other half showed prominent bumps, which could only be explained by introducing a time-dependent production rate. Further investigations showed evidence for the presence of gaseous as well as dust jets in the coma, which indicated the presence of at least two active areas on the surface of the nucleus. The projected radial expansion velocities of two different features were determined to be (430 ± 100) and (460 ± 100) m/sec, respectively.