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1 Negaunee City Police Department Chief Jay Frusti PO Box 7, Negaunee MI Telephone (96) , Fax (96) January 22, 215 Honorable Mayor and Council: I hope you find this 214 Annual Report for the Negaunee Police Department to be informative and easy to understand as it breaks down both crimes and non-criminal calls for service officers handle throughout the year. Overall 214 was a good year for the City of Negaunee and I see several positive changes taking place as the City moves forward from a financial setback taking place several years ago. I understand the City s bottom line continues to head in a positive direction due to many departments doing what they can to cut spending, and I look forward to a time when the City beings to reinvest into it s personnel. This department, like so many others, experienced a severe reduction in personnel over the past decade. During the past ten years since I was initially appointed as Acting Chief in 24, this department suffered a staff reduction of 3%. Each time there was a cut to the work force, the remaining officers pulled together, worked together and continued to provide uninterrupted 24/7/365 service. I am proud of each employee of this department as they struggle to balance their time between investigating crimes, typing reports and finding time for routine patrol to ensure traffic laws are being obeyed and a police presence is seen within our community. This year brought a new officer to town. Officer Jesse Baldini was hired in January of 214, not as an additional officer for the department but as a replacement for Officer Brian Kurin who accepted a position with the Marquette County Sheriff s Office. Officer Baldini previously worked for the Ishpeming Police Department. He has proven to be a good fit for this community and is an asset to our work force. If you have any questions about this report or the activities of the Negaunee Police Department, feel free to call me at any time. Respectfully Submitted, Chief Jay Frusti

2 Negaunee City Police Department Jay Frusti, Chief of Police Honorable Mayor & City Council Negaunee, Michigan January 22, Annual Police Report Our Mission The mission of the Negaunee Police Department is to serve the City of Negaunee with integrity, and to take pride in our community, our people and our department. We will promote safety and security by keeping the lines of communication open, and we will deliver a high level of personal service by working one-on-one with citizens to resolve problems. SWORN OFFICERS Chief Jay Frusti Sergeant Patrick Ketola Officer David Salbert Officer Dean Grasso Officer Lori Downs Officer Craig Grahovac Officer Jesse Baldini CIVILIAN PERSONNEL Clerk Laura VanMarter Our Services Police services include, but are not limited to: Crime Prevention Community Service Keep the Peace Conduct Investigations and Follow-up Obtain Warrants Respond to Calls for Service Enforce Laws and City Ordinances Traffic Safety and Enforcement Business Property Checks Salvage Inspections Liquor License Inspections Ink Fingerprinting Extra services offered: Vehicle Lockouts* Home Checks* Firearm Permits to Purchase* Animal Traps* Bicycle Licensing* Gun Locks* DARE Calendars (while supplies last)* Michigan State Maps (while supplies last)* Michigan Notary Marquette County Dog Licensing Metal Detection/Relic Hunting Permits Lamination *Free of charge

3 General Activity Summary 18,623 Day Shift Mileage* 24,84 Afternoon Shift Mileage* 1,92 Night Shift Mileage* 1,667 Incidents 153 Traffic Crashes (Includes Private Property Crashes) 13,42 Building Checks 1,13 Homes Checked (Requested Property Checks) 27 Liquor Inspections 99 Gun Permits Processed 99 Assists: Ishpeming Police Department 125 Ambulance Assists 4 False Alarms Answered 3,188 Persons Contacted/Investigated 1,186 Vehicles Investigated 291 Parking Citations Issued 261 Traffic Citations Issued 24 Non-Traffic Citations Issued 573 Verbal Warnings Given 23 Dog Licenses Sold Ordinance Enforcement: 5-Year Overview As of 12/31/ Total Cases Resolved Pending Court Open

4 Patrol Activity In 214 our officers handled 1,667 incidents involving a wide range of situations from assaults to assisting neighboring agencies to standard traffic enforcement. Sexual Penetration Penis/Vagina CSC 1 st Deg 2 Sexual Contact Forcible CSC 2 nd Deg 2 Sexual Contact Forcible CSC 4 th Deg 1 Non Aggravated Assault 43 Aggravated/Felonious Assault 3 Intimidation/Stalking 9 Extortion 2 Burglary Forced 18 Burglary Without Force 4 Burglary Entry w/o Authority (No Felony) 4 Larceny Purse Snatching 1 Larceny from a Building 16 Larceny from a Motor Vehicle 18 Larceny of Motor Vehicle Parts/Accessories 2 Larceny (Other) 21 Motor Vehicle Theft 6 Forgery/Counterfeiting 1 Fraud False Pretense/Swindle/Con Game 9 Fraud Credit Card/Auto Teller Machine 5 Fraud Impersonation 2 Fraud Bad Checks 22 Stolen Property 2 Malicious Destruction of Property 29 Retail Fraud/Theft 13 Violation of Controlled Substance Act 18 Narcotic Equipment Violation 1 Sex Offense 3 Family Child Abuse/Neglect Non Violent 8 Family Other 1 Liquor Violations 11 Drunkenness 19 Obstructing Police 2 Obstruction of Justice 6 Weapons Offense Concealed 1 Weapons Offense Other 2 Disorderly Conduct 25 Public Peace 77 Hit & Run Motor Vehicle Accident 19 Operating While Intoxicated 15 Traffic Offenses 38 Health & Safety 97 Inoperable Motor Vehicle (Ordinance) 24 Garbage/Junk/Weeds/Unsafe Structure (Ord) 53 Trespass 11 Conservation 4 Runaway 5 Delinquent Minors 16 Insanity 4 Traffic Crash 19 Non Traffic Crash 25 Traffic Violation Civil 9 Parking Complaints 13 Traffic Survey/Hazards 48 Traffic Safety 3 Accidental Fire 9 Hazardous Conditions 1 Accident All Other 17 Vehicle Investigation 16 Unfounded Alarm 4 Civil Matter/Family Trouble 58 Suspicious Situation 122 Found/Lost Property 44 Drug Overdose 1 Suicide or Attempt (Includes Threats) 23 Natural Death 3 Missing Person 3 General Assistance 92 General Non Criminal 48 Unattended Death 4 Lockout Assist 94 EMS Assist 125 Assist Ishpeming Police Department 99 Non-Traffic Citations: 5-Year Overview Traffic Citations: 5-Year Overview (81) 211 (37) 212 (39) 213 (25) 214 (24) 21 (18) 211 (179) 212 (29) 213 (239) 214 (261) Parking Violations: 5-Year Overview Citations vs. Verbal Warnings (179) 211 (23) 212 (364) 213 (24) 214 (291) 573 Verbal Warnings 69% 239 Citations Issued 31%

5 Reportable Crime, Index Crimes & Total Crime Offenses Reportable crimes are made up of both Index crimes and other crimes against persons, property and society (e.g., child abuse, malicious destruction and drug violations). Index crimes include murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft, and arson. In 214 a total of 428 crime index offenses were reported to the Negaunee Police Department and investigated. In 214 the number of reportable crimes comprised approximately 36.8% of all incidents received. This is a 2.7% increase from 213. Reportable crime numbers were down slightly by 1.1% in 214. There were, however, increases in cases involving Simple Assault and Malicious Damage of Property along with a significant 74.3% increase in Fraud cases. There was a decrease of 6.9% in overall reported incidents in comparison with 213. Total Crime Reported Distribution of Offenses Non-MICR (1143) 65.1% Violent (8).5% Property (9) 5.1% Other (516) 29.4% Violent Crime The Violent Crime category is made up of four offenses: Murder including Non- Negligent Manslaughter, Criminal Sexual Conduct, Robbery and Aggravated Assault. All violent crimes involve force or the threat of force. A total of 8 crimes were reported to our department in 214 which fell under the Violent Crime category. Property Crime The Property Crime category includes Burglary, Larceny/Theft, Motor Vehicle Theft and Arson. A total of 9 crimes were reported to our department in 214 which fell under the Property Crime category. Other Crime The Other Crime category includes offenses such as Simple Assault, Narcotics Violations, Vandalism, Operating While Intoxicated and other offenses not classified as Violent or Property Crimes. With the exception of certain traffic offenses, these crimes are reported along with Violent and Property Crimes to the State of Michigan through MICR (Michigan Incident Crime Reporting) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Non-MICR Crime The Non-MICR Crime category includes offenses that are neither reported to the State of Michigan through MICR nor to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. These cases are generally civil infraction incidents, with the exception of Driving While License Suspended and similar minor Misdemeanor offenses.

6 Arrest Summary In 214 our officers made a total of 232 arrests *Amended 1/26/ Charge Code Breakdown (1) Criminal Sexual Conduct 4 th Degree (18) Assault/Assault & Battery (7) Burglary Forced Entry (5) Larceny of Property from Vehicle (2) Larceny from a Building (4) Larceny Other (2) Stolen Property - Conceal (3) MDOP Business (6) MDOP Personal* (2) Retail Fraud 2 nd Degree (6) Retail Fraud 3 rd Degree (2) Fraud Credit Card (1) Fraud False Pretenses (17) Fraud NSF Checks (1) Delivery/Manufacture of Marijuana (11) Possession of Marijuana (3) Dangerous Drugs (1) Child Neglect (13) Alcohol Violations (3) Furnish Alcohol to Minors (1) Furnish False Information (1) Resisting an Officer (1) Contempt of Court (14) Probation Violation (1) Parole Violation (3) Conditional Release Violation (1) Failure to Appear (25) Obstruction Other* (3) Weapons Offenses (5) Disorderly Conduct* (4) Harassing Communications* (1) Indecent Exposure (8) Minor in Possession of Tobacco (3) Accident Hit & Run (1) Operating While Intox High BAC% (1) Operating While Intox Drugs (12) Operating While Intox Alcohol (2) Operating without a License (15) Driving While License Suspended (2) Improper Registration Plate (2) Operating without Security Arrests: 5-Year Overview (259) 211 (219) 212 (188) 213 (161) 214 (232) 214 Adult vs. Juvenile Under Michigan law, the definition of a juvenile is a person who is under the age of 17, and an adult is someone 17 years of age and older. Juvenile (19) 8% Adult (213) 92% Original Charges vs. Bench Warrants On occasion NPD officers make arrests for other agencies, most often in the form of Bench Warrants which are issued by the Marquette County court system. The vast majority of our arrests, however, are original charges sought and authorized through investigations. Bench (63) 27% NPD (169) 73%

7 Support Staff The Negaunee Police Department has one civilian Police Clerk. The general duties and specialized services handled by the Police Clerk include, but are not limited to: General Duties Report Management and Archiving Customer Service Window/Call Intake Data Entry and Daily Reporting Monthly and Annual Reporting MICR Reporting Freedom of Information Requests Preparation of Court Documents (for Warrrants/Petitions) Radio Monitoring/Communication Form Updating/Maintenance Press Releases Specialized Services PD Website and Social Media Firearms Permits to Purchase Metal Detection/Relic Hunting Permits Michigan Notary Dog Licensing Firearms Permits to Purchase 5-Year Overview (97) 211 (127) 212 (121) 213 (141) 214 (99) Freedom of Information Act 3-Year Overview for Requests (31) 213 (34) 214 (24) Department Training The Negaunee Police Department took advantage of numerous training opportunities to ensure our officers are kept up-to-date with the ever changing nature of the law enforcement profession. Officers from this department attended the following classes in 214: NMU Consortium Training: Michigan Speed Enforcement Evidence Tech Update Active Shooter Response Block Training Legal Update Non-Consortium Training: Interview and Interrogation Techniques Each officer was also required to qualify twice this year with their service weapon as well as the department long guns.

8 Above and Beyond The following Negaunee Police Department staff members have taken on extra responsibilities in addition to their regular duties. Some took time to complete special training, some give up their days off to work special projects, and others volunteer to step up without receiving any compensation for their work. Chief Jay Frusti D.A.R.E. Officer Since 23 Chief Frusti has been teaching Negaunee s 5 th Graders about the dangers of drugs and alcohol, and the importance of saying no. Not only does this program help kids to cope with peer pressure, it also keeps the lines of communication open between the Negaunee Police Department and the youth of this community. Officer Lori Downs Child Passenger Safety Tech Since 27 Officer Downs has been helping parents keep their young children safe through the inspection of car seats. She checks for proper installation and makes sure the seats being used are the proper size for the child. Officer Downs is continually updating her training with online courses and recertifies every other year. Officer David Salbert Act 345/Police Pension President Officer Salbert took his place on the Act 345 Board in 22 and is currently the President. This 5- member board controls and manages the police pension for the officers of the Negaunee Police Department. Officer Dean Grasso Salvage Vehicle Inspection In Marquette County there are only two people who can help you get a salvage title and one of them is Officer Grasso. Since completing his training in 28, he has conducted inspections on 123 vehicles. Sergeant Patrick Ketola Range Officer Twice every year the officers of the Negaunee Police Department must qualify with their duty weapons. Before that happens, someone must set up shooting courses and coordinate the training process. Sgt. Ketola began conducting this specialized training alongside a former officer several years ago, and went solo in 211 when that officer retired. Clerk Laura VanMarter City Website Administrator After volunteering to handle data entry for the City into a county-wide online resource project, Laura took on the unpaid role of City Website Administrator in 24 when the City decided to branch out with its own website. The information Laura entered for the Marquette County project was migrated to the new website and for over 13 years she has continued to maintain, update and expand the information available about our community in addition to her departmental duties.

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