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Status Report Roger L. CayCe, Executive Director of Operations Col. Lisa A. Taylor, Director of Safety and Security April 1, 2010.

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1 Status Report Roger L. CayCe, Executive Director of Operations Col. Lisa A. Taylor, Director of Safety and Security April 1, 2010

2 St. Louis Public Schools Our Officers, Sergeants and Command Staff are licensed by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and we have the authority to make an arrest and to search for and seize evidence in connection with the arrest, at the location, and during the time of their assignments. The Command Staff, Sergeants and Mobile Officers are armed with needed equipment including Ballistic Body Armor. We patrol all schools and building sites in radio equipped marked/unmarked school patrol vehicles. St. Louis Public Schools2

3 3 Director1Commander of Field Operations1 Sergeants7Mobile Officers9 SLPS Site Based Officers (110) Truancy Officers2Elementary Schools2 Middle Schools14High Schools70 Central Office5Adult Basic Education1 Record Center1Alternative Education (South)3 Innovative Concept3Fresh Start (Turner)1 SLMPD Police Officers5Vacancies8

4 St. Louis Public Schools Training SLPS Officers received In-service training in the following areas: Customer Service Violence in the Workplace Recognizing Mental Health Needs Workplace Stress Gang Awareness Report Writing/Search Procedures Culture Diversity Risk Management Bullying InterventionNon-Violent Crisis Intervention 4

5 St. Louis Public Schools Safety and Security Service Calls (Calls to the department for service from school officers, administrators, community, etc.) Months School Year August - March School Year August - March Increase / Decrease Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan

6 St. Louis Public Schools Safety and Security Service Calls (Calls to the department for service from school officers, administrators, community, etc.) Months School Year August - March School Year August - March Increase / Decrease Feb March16990* * As of March TOTAL

7 We have increased our region of patrol from 3 to 4 areas to improve the response time for the Mobile Patrol Unit. The Safety and Security Department utilizes the U. S. Justice Departments SchoolCop data management system to record incidents for SLPS use only. This system also allows us to track types of incidents, locations, areas, severity that are reported to our department in order for us to effectively deploy resources. We continue to collaborate with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department to be apprised of all incidents (homicides, gang activities, shootings, fights) that could possibly impact our schools. Members of our Command Staff attend weekly meetings (CompStat) with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. 7St. Louis Public Schools

8 8 January 1 – January 31, 2010 SLPS Safety and Security - SchoolCop St. Louis Public Schools

9 We have updated the Districts Emergency Operations Plan (EOP), Central Office Emergency/Contingency Plan and are reviewing individual Schools Emergency Operations Plans. The Safety & Security Departments Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Certified Instructors provides on-going training for School Personnel on how to properly intervene with disruptive students. The American Red Cross has certified four of our School Safety Officers to teach First Aid/CPR, AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) and they are ready to provide instruction. School Safety Personnel will provide Emergency Response Team (ERT) training to the community in conjunction with the City of St. Louis Emergency Management Partners. St. Louis Public Schools9


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