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Title: Police Department


1
Police Department
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Finance Committee/City Council Workshop
Presentation
  • Proposed Budget
  • Fiscal Year 2012-13
  • Michael G. Harden
  • Chief of Police
  • May 14, 2012

2
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
Department Overview The Police Department is
charged with the maintenance of law and order and
the protection of life and property. The
Department accomplishes this by 24-hour response
through three divisions Operations,
Investigations and Administration/Support
Services. The Chief of Police provides for the
Departments management and with the assistance
of three Division Police Captains oversees daily
operations.
3
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Significant Achievements in 2011-12 are
  • Response to Priority 1P calls for service remains
  • under 5 minutes
  • 4 reduction in Part - One Crimes
  • 6 reduction in injury collisions
  • 27 reduction in non-injury collisions
  • 1.5 reduction in DUI collisions

4
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Significant Achievements in 2011-12 continued
  • The Traffic Unit arrested 1,038 DUI offenders
  • 12.6 reduction in auto theft when compared to
    2010 Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)
  • The Crime Reduction Team (CRT) investigated 339
    drug hotline calls (196 more than in 2010),
    served 43 search warrants, completed 337
    probation/parole searches (59 more than in the
    previous year)

5
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Significant Achievements in 2011-12 continued
  • Street Gang Unit arrested 1,028 individuals and
    issued 441 citations
  • Violent crime unit solved 12 of 14 homicide cases
    in 2011
  • CRT conducted 188 graffiti investigations, served
    14 search warrants and made 21 arrests. 35
    criminal taggers were identified

6
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Significant Achievements in 2011-12 continued
  • Conducted special enforcement ops in area parks
    resulting in 167 misdemeanor arrests and 25
    felony arrests ranging from illegal camping to
    weapons and stolen copper wire
  • Street Gang Unit, MNET, CRT and SDEA collectively
    confiscated a total of 258 firearms off the
    streets
  • Implemented Crime Mapping which allows residents
    to access information on crime in their
    neighborhood

7
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Significant Achievements in 2011-12 continued
  • Crime Prevention Unit coordinated 181 active
    Neighborhood Watch groups, monitored 114
    Crime-Free Multi-Housing properties in Modesto,
    conducted 80 crime prevention meetings, and
    coordinated the 2011 National Night Out
    activities, which resulted in Modesto being
    awarded 2nd place in California and 6th place in
    the USA

8
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Significant Achievements in 2011-12 continued
  • SDEA seized 2 lbs of heroin, 89 lbs of cocaine, ½
    lb of methamphetamine powder, 76 lbs of
    methamphetamine crystal, 1,706 lbs of processed
    marijuana, 37,956 marijuana plants

9
Police Department Overview
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Divisions The Police Department is comprised of three (3) divisions Administration/Police Support Services Investigative Services Field Operations
Staffing 311 FTEs 232 Sworn 79 Non-Sworn General Fund 286 allocations - 210 Sworn - 76 Non-Sworn - 269 Filled - 17 Vacant (12 Police Officers 1 Sgt 2 Detectives 1 Admin Analyst II 1 Police Clerk II) Non-General Fund 25 allocations - 22 Sworn - 3 Non-Sworn 23 Filled 2 Vacant (2 Police Officers)

10
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department Overview
6-Year Staffing History Including FY 12-13
Proposed
Sworn
Non-Sworn
11
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Funding Sources
  • Funding sources for the Police Department
    include
  • General Fund
  • Traffic Offender Fund
  • Traffic Safety Fund
  • Various grants and fees

12
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department Overview
6-Year Expense History Including FY 12-13
Proposed Budget
13
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
Proposed FY 2012/13 Budget Department
Starting Point 49,921,190 Less Proposed
Reductions ( 1,165,688) Proposed
Budget 48,755,502
14
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Division
Investigative Services Division 12,202,361
Police Administration/ Support Services
Division 13,096,264
Proposed GF Budget for FY 2012-13 48,755,502
Field Operations Division 23,456,877
Total FTEs 311
15
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Program
  • Police Administration/Support Services
  • Division - 13,096,264
  • Department Administration
  • Internal Investigations
  • Department Accreditation (CALEA)
  • Records
  • Training
  • Payroll and Purchasing
  • Property and Evidence
  • MPD Building Services
  • 9-1-1 Communications
  • Animal Control
  • Citation Processing
  • Franchise Tow

61 FTEs
  • Abandoned Vehicle Abatement
  • Parking Enforcement
  • Juvenile Programs
  • Tactical Training Center
  • Information Technology
  • Court Liaison
  • School Police Officers

16
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Program
  • Police Admin/Support Services Division -
    13,096,264

17
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Program
  • Investigative Services Division - 12,202,361
  • Crimes Against Persons
  • Special Victims Unit (SVU)
  • Economic Crimes
  • Property Crimes
  • Street Gang Unit
  • Fugitive Detail
  • Crime Analysis
  • Identification Unit
  • Stanislaus Drug Enforcement Agency (SDEA)
  • Central Valley Gang Intelligence Task Force
    (CVGIT)
  • Modesto Narcotics Enforcement Team (MNET)
  • Stanislaus County Auto Theft Task Force
    (StanCATT)

80 FTEs
18
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Program
  • Investigative Services Division - 12,202,361

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FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Program
  • Field Operations Division - 23,456,877
  • Patrol
  • Traffic
  • Crime Reduction Team (CRT)
  • Crime-Free Multi-Housing
  • Restorative Policing
  • DED Enforcement
  • Special Weapons and Tactics
  • Team (SWAT)
  • Critical Incident Team (CIT)
  • Canine (K-9) Unit

170 FTEs
  • Equestrian Unit
  • Bicycle Patrol
  • Crime Prevention Neighborhood Watch
  • Modesto Community Emergency Response Team (MCERT)

20
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Program
  • Field Operations Division - 23,456,877

21
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Strategic Commitments
  • The Police Department supports the following
    Council Strategic Commitments
  • Build and promote partnerships that engage
    neighborhoods and create a sense of community
  • Neighborhood Watch
  • National Night Out
  • Crime Mapping
  • Crime-Free Multi-Housing
  • Modesto DED Cooperative

22
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Strategic Commitments Continued
  • Provide a safe and inviting community in which to
    live, work and visit.
  • Community Policing efforts
  • Provide an innovative and accountable city
    government that embraces a standard of excellence
    through adaptive leadership and responsive public
    service.
  • CALEA
  • Internal Audits
  • Staff Inspections
  • Leadership Training

23
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Strategic Commitments Continued
  • Champion education partnerships.
  • School Police Officers
  • Junior Traffic Safety Patrol
  • Junior Cadet Program
  • Police Activities League (PAL)
  • Wake-Up Program
  • Youth Leadership Academy
  • Explorer Program

24
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Challenges
  • As staffing levels decrease the following
    challenges occur
  • Meeting minimum staffing levels for everyday
    patrol functions, let alone when an emergency
    situation occurs that requires the deployment of
    multiple units to a scene
  • Impacts the Departments ability to continue to
    be a proactive rather than reactive Police
    Department
  • Results in an increased span of control for
    Sergeants and Lieutenants

25
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Challenges Continued
  • Results in making the Department more reliant on
    outside sources to continue to fund police
    officers without this revenue, positions either
    have to be absorbed by the General Fund or lost
  • Decreased staffing in Investigative Services
    results in redeployment of staffing to focus on
    violent crimes vs. economic crimes
  • Results in merging of job functions which
    continues to increase employee responsibilities
    and scope of work

26
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Challenges Continued
  • Makes it difficult to maintain involvement in
    regional law enforcement task forces
  • Results in reduced hours available to serve
    public at Customer Service windows at the Police
    Department

27
FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
  • Unmet Needs
  • Need to begin growing the Department back at a
    reasonable rate
  • 6 Police Officers 634,092
  • 1 Sergeant 139,252
  • 2 Police Community Services Officers 116,848
  • 1 Police Clerk II 50,186
  • 1 Police Civilian Supervisor 92,432


  • Total Request 1,032,810

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Comparable Crime Stats
City/Population Rank Population Number of Officers Officers Per 1,000 Residents
Bakersfield 11 333,458 349 1
Riverside 12 297,863 361 1.21
Stockton 13 292,047 342 1.17
Chula Vista 14 229,060 230 1
Irvine 15 217,193 200 0.92
Fremont 16 205,521 178 0.86
Modesto 17 203,890 229 1.12
San Bernardino 18 199,214 319 1.58
Glendale 19 196,882 254 1.29
Huntington Beach 20 193,369 215 1.11
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Comparable Crime Stats
City/Population Rank Population Number of Officers Officers Per 1,000 Residents
Fresno 484,734 793 1.63
Sacramento 472,469 696 1.47
Oakland 409,723 674 1.64
Modesto 17 203,890 229 1.12
Hayward 144,509 199 1.37
Turlock 69,961 81 1.15


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Comparable Crime Stats
City/Population Rank Violent Crimes Homicide Rape Robbery Aggravated Assault Victims of Violent Crimes (Per 1000 Residents)
Bakersfield 11 2,104 33 34 641 1,396 6.3/1,000
Riverside 12 1,448 9 78 502 859 4.9/1,000
Stockton 13 4,033 49 107 1,413 2,464 13.8/1,000
Chula Vista 14 663 2 54 254 353 2.9/1,000
Irvine 15 120 0 24 40 56 0.5/1,000
Fremont 16 488 3 40 189 256 2.3/1,000
Modesto 17 1,398 10 62 427 899 6.8/1,000
San Bernardino 18 1,624 31 66 632 895 8.1/1,000
Glendale 19 277 0 17 119 141 1.4/1,000
Huntington Bch 20 449 2 32 109 306 2.3/1,000
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Comparable Crime Stats
City/Population Rank Violent Crimes Homicide Rape Robbery Aggravated Assault Victims of Violent Crimes (Per 1000 Residents)
Fresno 3,304 45 70 1,021 1,898 6.2/1,000
Sacramento 4,112 33 165 1,491 2,423 8.7/1,000
Oakland 6,267 90 318 2,917 2,942 15.2/1,000
Modesto 17 1,398 10 62 427 899 6.8/1,000
Hayward 652 13 48 391 200 4.5/1,000
Turlock 466 1 21 124 320 6.6/1,000
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Comparable Crime Stats
City/Population Rank Number of Property Crimes Burglary Larceny Auto Theft Victims of Property Crimes (Per 1,000 Residents)
Bakersfield 11 15,197 4,235 8,507 2,455 45/1,000
Riverside 12 9,963 2,068 6,434 1,461 33/1,000
Stockton 13 16,177 4,482 9,654 2,041 55/1,000
Chula Vista 14 5,124 760 3,255 1 22/1,000
Irvine 15 2,798 480 2,197 121 13/1,000
Fremont 16 4,414 1,167 2,757 490 21/1,000
Modesto 17 9,383 2,171 5,786 1,426 46/1,000
San Bernardino 18 8,967 2,318 4,928 1,721 45/1,000
Glendale 19 3,717 642 2,747 328 19/1,000
Huntington Bch 20 4,673 767 3,621 285 24/1,000
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Comparable Crime Stats
City/Population Rank Number of Property Crimes Burglary Larceny Auto Theft Victims of Property Crimes (Per 1,000 Residents)
Fresno 24,460 5,262 14,645 4,553 50/1,000
Sacramento 20,200 5,027 11,179 3,994 43/1,000
Oakland 17,325 4,961 7,720 4,644 42/1,000
Modesto 17 9,383 2,171 5,786 1,426 46/1,000
Hayward 3,753 1,097 1,649 1,007 26/1,000
Turlock 2,881 686 1,730 465 41/1,000
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MPD Crime Stats
THIS YEAR TO DATE LAST YEAR TO DATE OF CHANGE
Homicide 7 4
Rape 14 11 27.3
Robbery 120 93 29.0
Aggravated Assault 242 174 39.1
Burglary 638 499 27.9
Larceny 1604 1351 18.7
Auto Theft 390 347 12.4
Subtotal 3015 2479 22
NonAggravated Assault 335 330 2
Part I Crime as Reported to U.S. Department of Justice Uniform Crime Reporting Part I Crime as Reported to U.S. Department of Justice Uniform Crime Reporting Part I Crime as Reported to U.S. Department of Justice Uniform Crime Reporting Part I Crime as Reported to U.S. Department of Justice Uniform Crime Reporting
Total Part I 3350 2809 19
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FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
Police Department
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