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1 Police Department Report City Council - June 27, 2017 Chief Michelle Bennett

2 Police Department Update Year-end 2016 Statistics Comparisons to past years 2017 Work Plan

3 Population Comparison by City (2016) 140, , ,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20, ,250

4 Public Safety Budget Comparison by City (In millions, 2016) $35 $34.7 $30 $25 $20 $15 $13.2 $21.8 $17.0 $10 $5 $0 $0.5 $8.3 $3.3 $6.7 $1.5 $6.6 $4.2 $3.2

5 Public Safety Budget as % of General Fund Expenditures (2016) 40% 37.7% 39.1% 30% 29.3% 27.4% 25.0% 23.2% 23.9% 24.6% 20% 22.3% 18.8% 16.9% 22.6% 10% 0%

6 Public Safety Cost per Capita by City (2016) $350 $300 $250 $200 $150 $100 $50 $0 $249 $301 $269 $241 $148 $257 $284 $224 $281 $107 $322 $275 Sammamish residents pay much less for public safety than residents of surrounding cities.

7 Number of Sworn Personnel by City (2016)

8 Number of Sworn Personnel per 1,000 population (2016) Sammamish has the fewest number of sworn personnel per 1000 residents

9 Cost per Sworn by City (2016) $300,000 $250,000 $200,000 $207,113 $150,000 $100,000 $50,000 $0 Sammamish s cost per sworn is in-line with surrounding cities

10 Sammamish Patrol Districts

11 Dispatched Calls for Service (DCFS) versus Officer-Initiated (On-Views) by Year ,753 14, ,824 4,876 6,971 4,524 OnViews DCFS From 2015 to 2016, the number of officer-initiated actions increased 159% ,181 3,939

12 Calls for Service by Hour of Day (Total Calls in 2016) Number of Calls Call volumes spike between 5-6 PM and 7-8 PM. Time (by Hour)

13 Calls for Service by Hour of Day and Day of Week (Total Calls in 2016) Note that peak call volumes occur between 5:00 6:00 PM and 7:00 8:00 PM Hour of Day SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Total:

14 Average Response Times to High Priority Calls (in minutes) 15 Minutes mins 8.3 mins 5.6 mins Priority X = Critical dispatches (e.g. shootings, stabbings and robberies ) Priority 1 = Immediate dispatches (e.g. silent alarms and injury traffic accidents) Priority 2 = Prompt dispatches (e.g. verbal disturbances and blocking traffic accidents)

15 2016 Priority X Calls (Highest Priority) = 1 occurrence = 5 within 100 ft 18 Priority X calls in responses initiated from silent holdup alarms 3 responses initiated from robbery just occurred 1 response each was initiated from: Electronic tracking device Larceny just occurred (cleared as a robbery) Audible commercial alarm (cleared as silent hold up)

16 Part I Crimes: This category is commonly known as the "Crime Index" and includes: Burglary, larceny (theft), motor vehicle theft and Arson This category also includes violent crimes: Criminal homicide (Murder and Non-negligent manslaughter) but excludes deaths by negligence, attempts to kill, suicides, accidental deaths, justifiable homicide and traffic fatalities Rape Robbery Aggravated assault (excludes simple assaults)

17 Sammamish s Crime Rate (Part 1 Crimes Per 1,000 Residents)

18 Selected Incident Type Counts by Year # of Incidents All Burglaries All Assaults Car Prowl - Larc TFA Rape Robbery Homicide Vandalism

19 Part I Non Violent Crimes against Property Burglaries Burglary is the unlawful entry of a commercial or residential structure with the intent to commit a crime. Attempted forcible entry is included.

20 Part I Non Violent Crimes against Property Larceny (Except Vehicles) Larceny is the theft of personal property. Examples include bicycle theft, shoplifting, pocket picking, or the stealing of property that is not taken by force or by fraud. Attempted larcenies are included.

21 Part I Non Violent Crimes against Property Vehicle Theft

22 Part I Non Violent Crimes against Property Thefts & Attempted Thefts from Vehicles A theft or attempted theft ( prowl ) from an automobile is the act or attempted act of taking something from the inside of an automobile. Theft from Vehicle Attempted Theft from Vehicle ("Prowl")

23 Part I Violent Crimes 100 Assault

24 Part II Crimes: This category includes all other crime classifications outside those defined as Part I, including, but not limited to: Simple Assault Forgery Counterfeiting Fraud Embezzlement Buying/receiving and/or possessing Stolen Property Vandalism Weapons (carrying/possessing, etc.) Prostitution and Commercialized Vice Sex offenses (i.e. statutory rape, indecent exposure, indecent liberties, etc.) Drug violations Gambling Offenses against family and/or children Driving under the influence Liquor Violations Drunkenness Disorderly Conduct

25 Part I & 2 Cases Closed by Arrest Represents incidents where an officer or detective has recommended that the King County Prosecutor s Office file criminal charges against the case suspect.

26 Number of felony and misdemeanor charges and arrests by adult and juvenile status Adult Juvenile One or more charges can result from a single arrest. Charges also can be filed when probable cause exists against a person who may not have been arrested.

27 2016 Detective Clearance Rates

28 Traffic Tickets by Year 3,500 3,000 2,858 3,072 # of Tickets 2,500 2,000 1,500 1, ,

29 Number of Drug and Alcohol Crimes by Year Controlled Substance Violation Marijuana Drug Overdose Controlled Substance for Disposal Narcotic Activity Report DUI Accident DUI Physical Control

30 Drug Crimes 2016

31 Papa John s Pizza and Coke?

32 Drugs & Paraphernalia

33 Drug Arrest - June 15, 2017

34 Drug Arrest - June 15, 2017

35 Drug Arrest - June 15, 2017

36 2017 Work Plan

37 2017 Work Plan Drug Enforcement Data Gathering Education Programming Drug Enforcement Funds Traffic Enforcement DUI Enforcement Liquor Control Transition one traffic officer to a motor officer Adding seven-day-a-week DUI and Traffic Officers Implement Commercial Vehicle Enforcement (CVE) program in conjunction with 2017 traffic officer addition

38 2017 Work Plan Special Enforcement Enhanced fireworks, package theft and vehicle prowl education & enforcement Enhanced park patrols Community Programs School & Community outreach Human resources outreach Diverse communities outreach

39 2017 Work Plan Volunteers Volunteer Partnerships Volunteer Program Coordination City Events Fourth on the Plateau Sammamish Days National night out Rig-a-Palooza Halloween Happening Disaster Preparedness Fair Very Merry Sammamish

40 2017 Work Plan Ancillary Police Programs Reserve & Explorer Programs Citizen s Academy National Night Out Bike Rodeo Reinvigorate City Block Watch and Business Watch Programs Publications and Social Media Crime Free Multi-Housing Retail Theft Program ASAP or ALICE training

41 Sammamish Successes Holiday Package Theft Emphasis: 30% reduction Car Prowl/Package Theft Arrests Homeless Care Kits P.G.A. Collaboration with Eastside Fire & Rescue and the City to save ducklings from a sewer drain

42 Hidden in Plain Sight Event held on May 18 for parents to learn about adolescent development and common signs of substance use. Officers participated to help parents spot signs of at-risk behavior.

43 Homeless Care Kit Initiative A collaborate effort resulted in each Sammamish Officer carrying Homeless Care Kits in the trunk of their patrol cars. We build relations and offer support to our homeless population by handing out care kits.

44 Handing out Homeless Care Kits

45 Looking Ahead Commercial vehicle enforcement Motorcycle Explorers Bicycles Police Services Study Public Safety Ordinances

46

47 Questions?

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