City Council June 28, 2011 Police Department municipal vehicle impound facility
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City Council June 28, 2011 Police Department municipal vehicle impound facility City Council June 28, 2011 Police Department municipal vehicle impound facility Presentation Transcript

  • Municipal Vehicle Impound Facility Introduction to Feasibility
  • Vehicle Impound Facility
    • City Council directed the police department to begin examining the feasibility of establishing a municipally owned and operated vehicle impound facility.
      • What follows is a very basic analysis that can be used by council to determine further direction.
  • Relevant Laws & Administrative Rules
    • Tx Administrative Code
      • Chapter 85
    • Tx Occupations Code
      • Chapter 2303
      • Chapter 2308
    • Tx Transportation code
      • Chapter 545
      • Chapter 683
    • Tx code of Criminal Procedure
      • Chapter 18
  • Vehicles Towed
    • Vehicles that are towed by the SAPD & Municipal Court include those that are towed due to:
      • Arrest
      • Abandoned Vehicles
      • Subsequent “No Insurance”
      • Seized (pursuant to investigation)
  • Vehicles Towed
    • SAPD
    • Municipal Court
    • Total
    • 400-450
    • 300-325
    • 700-775
    Annually
    • Average for Past 3 yrs = 727 vehicles
    • Estimates indicate an increase in towed vehicles due to policy & procedure changes will range from 10% to 30%
  • Legally Permitted Fees
    • Impound Fee $20
    • Notification Fee $50
    • Storage Fee $20
      • Storage fees for subsequent “no insurance” are capped at $15 per day
      • Fees are subject to other restrictions as provided for in relevant rules and laws
  • Revenue Potential
    • Same day retrieval by owner $14,550
      • (all towed vehicles – impound fees only)
    • Estimates (based on best guess – no data available)
    • impound fee 100% 727 $20.00 $ 14,540
    • notification fee 95% 691 $50.00 $ 34,532
    • same day 5% 36 $ - $ -
    • 2-day 20% 145 $20.00 $ 5,816
    • 5 day 20% 145 $20.00 $ 14,540
    • 10 day 15% 109 $20.00 $ 21,810
    • 20 day 10% 73 $20.00 $ 29,080
    • 30 day 8% 58 $20.00 $ 34,896
    • 60 day 5% 36 $20.00 $ 43,620
    • 90 day 2% 15 $20.00 $ 26,172
    • TOTAL GROSS RECEIPTS $ 225,005
  • Auction Proceeds
    • Estimates indicate 100 to 125 vehicles are auctioned or salvaged annually.
    • Online auction in the metroplex indicates an average sale price of $750
    • Local sales will probably range from $200 to $750 (salvage vehicles much lower)
    • Proceeds may range from $25,000 to $90,000
  • Personnel Projections
    • 24-7 operations
      • 3 full time & 3 part-time personnel
    • Day time operations only
      • 1 full time & 1 part-time personnel
  • Personnel Projections
    • Salary Range
      • $19,443 to $21,435 (per person)
    • Benefits Range
      • $5,833 to $6,430 (per person)
    • Total Daytime only salary/benefits range
      • $25,276 to $27,865
    • Total 24-7 salary/benefits range
      • $75,829 to $83,597
  • Other Considerations
    • Facilities
      • Secure Fenced Area
      • Small Office Facility
    • Other Operations Considerations
      • Insurance Requirement
      • Electricity
      • Communications
      • Water
      • Gas
      • Bldg/Grounds Maintenance
      • Office Supplies
      • Furniture/Fixtures
  • Summary
    • There is a definable amount of revenue associated with a municipal vehicle storage facility if adequate data is obtained.
    • Personnel and Operations can be determined with proper assistance and planning
    • There are a significant set of rules and laws that must be adhered to and examined during a complete cost/benefit analysis
  • Questions?