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1 Reno Police Dept. Motel Interdiction Team Project Team Officer Kevin Barnes Officer Tim Mayes SGT. Greg Ballew Updated: Aug 17, 2006

2 History Of MIT Downtown Reno; 3 years ago Downtown Reno; 3 years ago –Arrest the crime away!! –Great at putting out little fires/but do we fix a problem? –Finding the actual root of the problem Most of Reno’s downtown Crime is related to the Low Budget Motels Most of Reno’s downtown Crime is related to the Low Budget Motels

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4 Identifying The Target CFS CFS Citizen Complaints Citizen Complaints Other Agency Complaints Other Agency Complaints –Fire, Health, Code, etc Officer Observations Officer Observations Reported Crimes Reported Crimes Criminal / Citizen Interviews Criminal / Citizen Interviews

5 Developing A Plan Manpower Manpower Equipment Needs Equipment Needs Resources Resources Assign a Master Case Number Assign a Master Case Number –Tiburon –Supplements Develop Relationships with Resources Develop Relationships with Resources

6 Conducting Research Crime Analysis Crime Analysis Identify Owner/Managers Identify Owner/Managers Background Checks Background Checks Business License Business License Motel Registration Checks Motel Registration Checks Drug Court Checks Drug Court Checks Assess Managers Capabilities/Credibility Assess Managers Capabilities/Credibility

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8 Surveillance Site Survey Site Survey Photographs Photographs Diagram Motel/Room Layout Diagram Motel/Room Layout Surveillance Points Surveillance Points Identify Traffic/Pedestrian Patterns Identify Traffic/Pedestrian Patterns Document/ Notes Document/ Notes Video Tape Video Tape

9 Surveillance… continued Identify CPTED Issues Identify CPTED Issues Identify Criminal Activity Identify Criminal Activity Identify Families/Children In Need Identify Families/Children In Need Resource Clients Resource Clients Vehicle/Pedestrian flows Vehicle/Pedestrian flows __________________ __________________

10 Implementing Enforcement Phase Officer Safety Officer Safety Contact Teams Contact Teams Search Warrant Protocol Search Warrant Protocol Search/ Seizure– Motel room entry Search/ Seizure– Motel room entry Consent Stops Consent Stops Interviews Criminal/Citizen Interviews Criminal/Citizen Nuisance Abatement Nuisance Abatement Mapping Programs Mapping Programs Knock and Talks Knock and Talks

11 Identify Tenants/ Occupants Needs Social Service Needs Social Service Needs Health/Hygiene Needs Health/Hygiene Needs Youth Tutoring Youth Tutoring Truancy Truancy Runaway Issues Runaway Issues Mental Health CIT Response Mental Health CIT Response Resource Contacts Resource Contacts Employment Assistance Employment Assistance Refer to Resource Manual– Crisis Call Center’s Community Resource Directory Refer to Resource Manual– Crisis Call Center’s Community Resource Directory

12 Liaison With Community Resources Develop relationships!!! Develop relationships!!!

13 Code Compliance Task Force –Attend Task Force Meetings –Schedule Inspection Times –Parking Lot Inspection –Security –Lighting: candela/sq ft –Electrical –Plumbing –Appliance

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15 Community Resources Fire Inspector –Electrical Requirements –Smoke Detectors –Occupancy Numbers –Exit Requirements –________________

16 Community Resources Health Inspector –Mold –Linens –Bugs –Rodents –Unknown Chemicals

17 Community Resources Parole & Probation Liaison –Assist in locating subjects on paper –P & P searches –Address checks –Moving subjects –Advise P & P on enforcement phase –Mapping during sentencing

18 Community Resources Children/Senior’s Korner –Officer Carlos Madrid –Alert Corner of Site –Coordinate response to families –Social Workers –Medical Help –Immunizations –Take Care Van

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20 Community Resources Drug Court Liaison Officer –Check Motel Registration Against Court List –Relocation of Subjects on the List

21 Community Resources Family Promise –Assisting working families into more permanent dwellings –Saving first and last months rent and deposits.

22 Community Resources continued Family Promise Family Promise –Assisting Families: obtaining more permanent dwellings Saving 1 st and last months rent & deposits Saving 1 st and last months rent & deposits

23 Community Resources Building Inspector –Structure Safety

24 Community Resources Washoe County School District Library: on site tutoring rooms –Children in Transition: List & Addresses –Truancy –School Police –Registering Children: also Home school registration required –School supplies

25 Community Resources Animal Control –Register All Canines –Rabies All Canines –Pit-bulls in a Motel Room? –____________________

26 Community Resources ADA Liaison: assigned –Work with one DA who knows what you are working on and will give your case more attention. –Mapping Criminals out of Downtown Motels –Mark cases with MIT

27 Community Resources SWAP/PVA SWAProgram SWAProgram –Assist in cleaning city areas around targeted Motels PVA’s PVA’s –Posting –Towing abandoned vehicles

28 Community Resources: Relations Make and Develop Contacts with Community Resources Make and Develop Contacts with Community Resources MIT Officer Maintains Relationships with Resource Contacts MIT Officer Maintains Relationships with Resource Contacts MIT Officer Liaison For Patrol/Detectives/Other Departments MIT Officer Liaison For Patrol/Detectives/Other Departments Follow-up with Resource Clients Follow-up with Resource Clients Media: balanced information Media: balanced information

29 Manager/Owner Training Identify Management Needs Identify Management Needs Drug & Paraphernalia Class Drug & Paraphernalia Class Management Certification Management Certification Criminal Behavior Patterns Criminal Behavior Patterns Point Out Social Service Needs Point Out Social Service Needs Discuss CPTED Issues/Ideas Discuss CPTED Issues/Ideas Training in Registration Techniques Training in Registration Techniques Calling MIT Calling MIT

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31 International Crime Free Certification Certification –Lighting –Security –CPTED Advertisement Advertisement

32 Electronic Registration Registration/Records Checks Registration/Records Checks Computers Computers –Program to give motels computers Manager Training Manager Training

33 Follow Up! Maintenance Maintenance Success or Failure Success or Failure High Intensity Patrol (Motor-home) High Intensity Patrol (Motor-home) Media Media Conducting Follow up Inspections with the above listed Community Agencies Conducting Follow up Inspections with the above listed Community Agencies Maintain Contact with Owner/Manager Maintain Contact with Owner/Manager Maintain Contact with Residents Maintain Contact with Residents Address New Problems Address New Problems

34 Assess Results Success or Failure Success or Failure AAR’s AAR’s Tactical Assessment Tactical Assessment Resource Assessment Resource Assessment Crime Statistic Results Crime Statistic Results Daily Operation Logs (Pop Track?) Daily Operation Logs (Pop Track?) Compare Stats Compare Stats CPTED Follow-up CPTED Follow-up

35 MIT Goals Electronic registration to all motels/providing computers Electronic registration to all motels/providing computers MIT criteria as conditions of commercial loan agreement. MIT criteria as conditions of commercial loan agreement.

36 Statutes & Ordinances RMC Ch: – Motel Registration RMC Ch: – Motel Registration RMC Ch: 8.22– Nuisance Ordinances RMC Ch: 8.22– Nuisance Ordinances NRS Ch: 118- Landlord/Tenant NRS Ch: 118- Landlord/Tenant Las Vegas Muni Code: Motel Registration Las Vegas Muni Code: Motel Registration LVMC: Registration Requirements LVMC: Registration Requirements

37 Case Law

38 Tips Strategies that worked for us Strategies that worked for us –Maintain relationship with Managers –Order of events –Quick Response –Follow up/maintenance –Involve patrol Officers/district Officers

39 Contact Info: Officer Kevin Barnes and Tim Mayes Officer Kevin Barnes and Tim Mayes –Office: –Cell: – Sgt. Greg Ballew: Office: Sgt. Greg Ballew: Office: Chief Michael Poehlman Chief Michael Poehlman –Office: – Web Site: Web Site:

40 Project in Your District Take __________. Think of a project in your area. Take __________. Think of a project in your area. Come up with a plan to address the issue utilizing some of Today’s info. Come up with a plan to address the issue utilizing some of Today’s info.


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