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State of the Police Department Report Presentation Transcript

  • 1. State of Department - 2011 February 9, 2012 Chief Jeff Capps
  • 2. Today’s Topics• CSPD Profile• City Growth and Call Activity• Significant Events• Accomplishments for 2011• Future• Questions
  • 3. CSPD Profile• 121 Authorized Sworn Personnel• 59 Authorized Civilian Personnel• 14 Temp/Seasonal Employees• 97 Employees with Educational Degrees – 21 Associate – 69 Bachelor – 7 Advanced Degrees• Personnel received over 13,400 additional training hours in 2011
  • 4. CSPD Profile cont.• Budget FY 12 - $14,692,191• Attrition – Sworn down 4 % in 2011. – Civilian down 11% in 2011.• CALEA Accredited (PD and Communication) – Law Enforcement 1991 (Flagship Status) – Communications 2003
  • 5. City of College Station 6 - Year Population Estimate (Based on Certificates of Occupancy)98,00096,00094,000 96,89092,000 94,642 93,45090,00088,000 90,89786,000 86,98284,000 84,11682,00080,00078,00076,000
  • 6. Number of Calls handled by Police Personnel90,00080,00070,000 83,051 77,232 75,10960,000 56,953 63,98750,000 58,30940,00030,00020,00010,000 0
  • 7. Calls for Service vs. Self Initiated50,00040,00030,00020,00010,000 0 SI 2008 CFS 2009 2010 2011 2008 2009 2010 2011 CFS 41,584 40,576 38,943 46,532 SI 27,803 34,533 38,289 36,519
  • 8. Response Times to Calls12:00 9:36 7:12 Priority 1 Priority 2 4:48 2:24 0:00 Priority 2 FY 09 Priority 1 FY 10 FY 11 FY 12
  • 9. Major Crimes – Current VIOLENT CRIMES PROPERTY CRIMES-20%2011 YTD: 126 +13% 2011 YTD: 3,0802010 YTD: 158 2010 YTD: 2,720 MAJOR CRIMES +11% 2011 YTD: 3,206 2010 YTD: 2,878 2011 YTD vs. 2010 YTD
  • 10. • Reported Crime900800700600500400300 2011200 2010100 0
  • 11. • Arrest/Charges Filed700600500400300 2011200 2010100 0
  • 12. • 2011 Motor Vehicle Crashes DWI/Major, 26 DWI/Minor, 48 Hit and Fatality, 4 Run, 147 Non- Report., 334 Major, 451 Minor, 1204
  • 13. UCR Comparisons 2009 2010 per perRank City Pop. Crimes 1000 Rank City Pop. Crimes 1000 1 Fl ower Mound 71,605 613 8.56 1 Fl ower Mound 72,157 615 8.52 2 Ceda r Pa rk 68,464 1,052 15.37 2 Ceda r Pa rk 70,363 854 12.14 3 Georgetown 52,555 858 16.33 3 Georgetown 53,756 915 17.02 4 Mi s s ouri Ci ty 77,543 1,423 18.35 4 Rowl ett 57,852 999 17.27 5 Al l en 86,901 1,613 18.56 5 Mi s s ouri Ci ty 77,181 1,372 17.78 6 Rowl ett 57,119 1,144 20.03 6 Al l en 89,459 1,680 18.78 7 Suga r La nd 82,696 1,967 23.79 7 Pea rl a nd 91,679 1,862 20.31 8 Pea rl a nd 88,528 2,136 24.13 8 Suga r La nd 83,368 2,021 24.24 9 Lea gue Ci ty 74,801 2,208 29.52 9 Lea gue Ci ty 74,776 2,090 27.95 10 N. Ri chl a nd Hi l l s 66,181 2,219 33.53 10 Col l ege Sta ti on 88,416 2,875 32.52 11 Sa n Ma rcos 55,187 1,884 34.14 11 Gra pevi ne 51,869 1,717 33.10 12 Gra pevi ne 51,427 1,791 34.83 12 Sa n Ma rcos 55,100 1,878 34.08 13 Eul es s 53,339 1,992 37.35 13 N. Ri chl a nd Hi l l s 66,897 2,337 34.93 14 Col l ege Sta ti on 86,072 3,437 39.93 14 New Bra unfel s 57,796 2,087 36.11 15 New Bra unfel s 55,584 2,291 41.22 15 Templ e 60,444 2,288 37.85
  • 14. “What Are We Doing?”• Calls For Service = 46,532 up 19%• Officers Self-Initiated = 36,519 down 5%• Total Arrests = 4,606 up 7%• Felony Arrests = 467 down 2%• Accidents = 2,214 up 1%• Alcohol-Related Accidents = 74 down 12%• Traffic Enforcement Activity -“We will not allow the criminal unfettered access to our roadways and neighborhoods” stops and citations are up 1%
  • 15. ContinuedCriminal Investigation Division• Cases Assigned to Det. = 2,662 up 35%• Cases Cleared by CID = 1,728 up 10%• Ave. Case Load = 60 up 36%Communications/Jail Division• Police Related Incidents = 143,615 up 4%• Fire Related Incidents = 6,675 down .5%• Answered 267,175 phone calls in which 29,104 were 911 calls.• Processed 7,558 prisoners.
  • 16. ContinuedAnimal Control Division• Dispatched CFS = 3,045 up 1%• Self-Initiated calls = 2,973 up 6%• Animals to Shelter = 810 down 39%Records Management/Evidence• Reports entered = 25,357 up 12%• Evidence received = 12,081 up 18%• Evidence disposed = 11,873 up 111%
  • 17. Comp Stat Meetings• Accurate, timely information• Rapid Deployment• Effective Tactics• Relentless follow-up and assessments
  • 18. Crime Mapping – Comp STAT
  • 19. Breaking it Down
  • 20. Mission Specific Operations “MSO”• Used as “tactical” operations to address identified problems• Must be aligned to the overall mission each and every time keeping an eye on our long range strategy• Helps supervisors achieve goals by directing subordinates in a coordinated manner• Allows officers the opportunity to help plan and manage workday• Used to help improve overall morale by creating a rewarding work environment and professional growth; opportunities for constant recognition
  • 21. Significant Events• January 10, 2011 – Injury to a Child occurred in the 100 block of George Bush Drive. – 8 year old child stabbed – Suspect awaiting trial.• October 21, 2011 - Homicide Investigation in the 1300 block of Deacon Drive. – Death of Mr. Edwin Shaar – Extensive investigation – Suspect awaiting trial.
  • 22. Significant Events• October 22, 2011 - Active Shooting Incident that occurred in the 1100 block of Southwest Parkway. – Extensive amount of resources needed in incident – SWAT and HNT Teams. (Evacuation of Residents) – Utilization of Robot to transmit photographs – Over 30 rounds were fired in multiple directions from suspect – Ended with no injuries to neighboring community or Emergency Responders.
  • 23. “Progress Report”Operations Support Bureau• Developed and implement our new “City Watch Program”.• National Night Out – 2nd Tuesday in October. – 42 Block parties attended. – Received an award from the National Association of Town Watch for “Outstanding Participation”• Citizens Police Academy – Fall 21 Students – Spring 18 Students
  • 24. Continued• Blue Santa – Provided Christmas gifts for 28 families with a total of 82 children.• Our Recruiting and Training Division processed hired and trained 38 new employees in 2011. (23 Civilian and 15 Sworn)• We implemented a new comprehensive Firearms training Course that will better equip our officers to handle emergency situations.• We have re-implemented at fit-life program for our staff.
  • 25. Continued• With help of the City’s Communication- Developed a new Police recruiting video.• In October our Criminal Investigation Division received the Thompson Reuters 2011 “Award for Excellence in Criminal Investigations” at the annual IACP Conference in Chicago.Administrative Service Bureau• Contracted with Police Reports.US, which allows our citizens a more efficient and easier way to obtain copies of police reports.
  • 26. Continued• In the process of completing an in-depth analysis of our Jail operations.• Completed an extensive technology project with the help of our IT department as we changed to a local vendor for support of our Electronic Ticket writers.Field Operations Bureau• Completed the new pay structure plan for our Sworn officers. Increased our ability to remain competitive in market analysis and has helped in the reduction of turnover.
  • 27. Continued• Northgate CARES Program – Partnership with over 15 community groups and formed a coalition to educate our students and citizens of the dangers involved with drinking and driving.• Added an additional 10 TASERS to our Uniform Patrol Division.• Expanded our Bicycle Officer program and adjusted their schedule to more meet the current demands.
  • 28. Continued• Were able to obtain a “bait bicycle” that we can use in those areas where high volumes of Theft are occurring.• Making progress in our return to a squad system.
  • 29. VISION (Where we are headed)The vision of the College Station Police is to be regarded by our community and our profession as a premier law enforcement agency in the nation.
  • 30. GOALS (Desired outcomes we seek)To Reduce CrimeTo Reduce the Fear of CrimeTo Improve the Overall Quality of Life in the CommunityTo Build and Maintain Effective Partnerships
  • 31. We Are Headed Towards…• Continue to improve and create a healthy work environment for our staff.• Continue to monitor the effects of development and growth of our City related to resource needs.• Additional Detectives/Police Assistant for follow up investigations will be needed in the future.• Specialized Unit – Northgate Area as well as Other “high call volume” areas.• Problem – Oriented Unit• Continue with the use of Civilian Support Staff when appropriate.
  • 32. Thank YouQuestions, Input or Direction?