Presentation on theme: "10/10/13 Volusia County Sheriffs Office FY 2013-2014."— Presentation transcript:
10/10/13 Volusia County Sheriffs Office FY 2013-2014
TOTAL SHERIFFS OFFICE BUDGET FY 2013-2014 $72,364,054 (Adopted) WHY?...
General Fund Services Civil and Court Services Communications – countywide emergency, RMS and E911 dispatch Investigations (Major Case, Intel, Sex Crimes, Narcotics, Crimestoppers, ICAC, Career Criminal) Homeland Security Technical Services (AFIS) Administration/Support Services Legal, Fiscal, Accreditation, Personnel, Info Services, Purchasing Evidence, Fleet Management, Internal Affairs School Resource Officers School Crossing Guards Community Services (PAL, CVAP, Neighborhood Watch, Community Relations, Chaplains) Daytona Beach International Airport SWAT
County-wide Consolidated Dispatch On October 1, 2011, the Volusia County Sheriffs Office became the sole provider of emergency dispatch services in Volusia County. Funding for the county-wide consolidation of communications is now contained in the countys general fund. Addition of 34 new positions to handle consolidated dispatch, RMS and EVAC computer billing maintenance.
MSD Services Patrol (Unincorporated Volusia/Service Contracts) District Investigations Citizen Observer Program Victim Advocates General Fund/MSD Services Special Services (K9, Aviation, Marine, Range) Crime Analysis Training Equipment Replacement
DEPUTY TRAINING COSTS FTEP Academic Training (trainer costs) = $10,195 FTEP Road Phase Training (trainer costs) = $8938 Hiring Costs = $1233 Medical Exam PAT Assessment Shooting Assessment CVSA Psychological Evaluation Background Investigation Criminal History Employment Neighbors/Relative Education Driving
POSITION COSTS Uniforms/Clothing = $2503 Equipment = $5570 Gun, Shotgun, Taser, AED, radar, recorder, camera, stopsticks, etc. Car = $26,114 Gas & Maintenance = $8,941 Radios = $9152 (mobile and portable) MDC (software, licenses, hardware) = $3660
Major Expenditures Fuel $2,636,650 Retirement Benefits$5,728,409 Health Insurance $6,630,060 Bonds, Liability, Property Ins., Workers Comp $5,095,490 Utilities, Rental and Communications $ 787,933 Vehicle Maintenance and Repair $1,161,875 Uniforms $ 131,650 Office Supplies/Equipment/Tools$ 616,215
TOTAL Contract Revenue General Fund Contracts $1,793,462 23 positions School Board SRD(14) $1,146,023 Clerk $ 36,258 DBIA (8) $ 611,181 MSD Contracts $13,131,922 106 positions Deltona (79) $9,594,958 DeBary (23) $2,794,925 Pierson (2) $ 247,346 Oak Hill (4) $ 494,693
DEDICATED FUNDS FORFEITURE FUNDS: LOCAL – FLORIDA STATUTE 932.7055 FEDERAL – oDEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE (DEA/FBI/US MARSHALS SERVICE) oDEPARTMENT OF TREASURY (US CUSTOMS/IRS/SECRET SERVICE Grants VOCA HIDTA Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Homeland Security Autotheft Bulletproof Vest E-911 Taxes collected via phone bills to maintain, operate and improve the countys E911 system o41 cents for stationary phones o50 cents for cellular phones
Economic Challenges: Amendment 1 thru Property Value Crisis 2007 to present Elimination of 33 full-time positions (2007) 30 LEO (including 14 SRD) and 3 civilian Contract reductions: Deltona (2008) County-wide consolidated dispatch and RMS Addition of 34 positions (2011) DB International Airport Contract (2009-11) Elimination of 10 full-time positions (12 LEO; 1 civilian) Reduction of School Crossing Guard Program (73 positions) Gas Crisis 2010 to present Construction of new communications center Meth lab epidemic Reduction of federal and state grants and assistance (JAG, meth, FDLE)
Doing More with Less - BUDGET YEAR FY 07 Adopted FY 11 Adopted Consolidated Dispatch FY 13 Recommended Personnel Services $52,281,058$52,939,740$55,086,580* -5.3% increase due to acquisition of consolidated dispatch, RMS, and EVAC; -increase in FRS contributions Operating $12,739,326$13,255,921$14,142,341 -11% increase due to acquisition of service/maintenance contracts associated with consolidation; -gas inflation Capital Outlay $ 2,489,524$ 2,005,601$ 2,577,182