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1 Improving Community Safety Deputy Chief Constable Bob Rich Superintendent Kash Heed Superintendent Steve Sweeney

2 Restructuring in Operations Deputy Chief Constable  IPAR & the Goals Superintendents North and South  IPAR, Project & Partner Focus District Inspectors  IPAR & Crime Fighting Staff Sergeants  Accountability & Support

3 Five Focus Areas Reducing Property Crime Reducing Street Disorder Reducing Violence Against the Vulnerable Reducing Violence Caused by Gangs and Guns Improving Traffic Safety

4 Reducing Property Crime COMPSTAT –goal oriented strategic management process Monthly Inspections Resource Allocation Meetings Targeted policing Crime Analysts –8 civilian specialist –Crime Control Sergeants –E-parade

5 Reducing Property Crime District Target Teams Proactive Arrest329 Criminal Charges742 Chronic Offender Program 832 on file 247 offenders dealt with, comprising over 700 case files

6 Violent Crime % Change from Previous Year% Change from 2004 to Count3, Count3, % 2006 Count*3, %9.10% 20073, % Property Crime % Change from Previous Year% Change from 2004 to Count52, Count48, % 2006 Count44, %-14.98% 40, % Combined Property & Violent Crime % Change from Previous Year% Change from 2004 to Count56, Count51, % 2006 Count48, %-13.47% 44, %

7 * 2007 Crime Reduction Goals Property Crime 10%↓ Violent Crime 9% ↓

8 Violent Crime % Change from Previous Year% Change from 2004 to 2006% change from 2004 to Count3, Count3, % 2006 Count*3, %9.10% 20073, % -0.72% Property Crime % Change from Previous Year% Change from 2004 to 2006% change from 2004 to Count52, Count48, % 2006 Count44, %-14.98% 40, % % Combined Property & Violent Crime % Change from Previous Year% Change from 2004 to 2006% change from 2004 to Count56, Count51, % 2006 Count48, %-13.47% 44, % %

9 Reducing Street Disorder “The Entertainment District” LIMA Squads - Liquor Enforcement –NCO & 7 Constables, Dedicated Wagon –Friday & Saturday evenings (Callout) –$225, budget in 2006

10 Reducing Street Disorder FIT – Firearms Interdiction Team –NCO & 6 Constables 2 ERT, 2 Gang Squad, 2 Experienced Members –No specific budget, funded from general OT –$340, in 2006

11 Reducing Street Disorder Bars Sergeant assigned to co-ordinate Re-engage BarWatch as a liaison mechanism Advise of increased enforcement Train members Enforcement projects Intelligence/Analysis

12 Reducing Street Disorder Beats 13% of total Ops deployment however in D1 & D2 of 270 Cst.s doing patrol policing 102 have some degree of Beat responsibility = 38% Bicycle Squad

13 Reducing Street Disorder Project Civil City Mayor Sullivan’s project adopted by City Council on December 14, 2006 COV Working Group 54 initiatives – VPD directly involved in 19


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