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1 Burns Police Department Annual Report

2 Table of Contents A Message from the Chief Page 2 Meet the Officers Page 3 This Year s Trainings and Conferences Page 5 Community Involvement Page 7 Notable Cases Page 12 Statistics Page 14 A Message from the Chief On behalf of the Burns Police Department, we are proud to provide you with our 2018 Annual Report. The Burns Police Department works 365 days every year to provide service for our local community. We have four sworn, full time law enforcement officers who take pride in our community and our department. The 2018 Annual Report will give you some insight on the services we have provided throughout the year. Harney County has 10,228 Square Miles and the City of Burns is the busiest agency within those square miles. Out of a 24 hour day, the Burns Police Department is able to cover 21 hours. For the remaining 3 hours, an officer is on call for emergencies and prepared to respond when called upon. The Burns Police Department is committed to our community and is available to our citizens no matter what time of day or night. We are making great efforts in getting our reserve officer program going which will assist our full time law enforcement officers with their duties. The Police Department has saved the City of Burns thousands of dollars by receiving three fully equipped, donated patrol vehicles from an outside agency. We have also received a very generous and expensive donation from an amazing, anonymous citizen who purchased 2 our body armor. We as officers and our families are grateful for that anonymous individual every time we zip up our body armor before we begin our shift. Our law enforcement officers respond to a wide variety of calls. Some of those calls may appear to be minor, but can also develop in an investigation which may take several hours, days or weeks to complete. While conducting extensive investigations, we are sometimes called away to other, unrelated calls and we are willing to handle those unrelated calls with professionalism. We have put forth effort in enforcing our Burns Municipal Ordinances and will continue addressing those issues and working with our community to seek out a solution. Although we are responding to calls of service and conducting investigation throughout the year, we have made time to visit our local schools within the cities of Burns and Hines. We enjoy talking with the students in an attempt educate them in drug awareness. Every time we put our uniforms on and lace up our boots, we are prepared to serve our community to the best of our ability. We are proud of our city and are thankful for having such a supportive community.

3 Meet the Officers Chief Newt Skunkcap Started in 2003 at Burns Paiute Police Department Worked for Reedsport Police Department from 2006 to 2008 Started at Burns Police Department in 2008 Promoted to Sergeant in 2014 Promoted to Chief in 2015 Member of Oregon Association Chiefs of Police Has Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, and Supervisory Police Certificates Member of Treatment Court team Corporal Jeff Brewer Started as Reserve Officer at Hines Police Department in 2003 Worked as a Parole and Probation Officer from 2005 to Started at Burns Police Department in Promoted to Corporal in 2017 Received Intermediate Police Certificate in September 2018 Has Firearms Instructor Certificate, Taser Instructor Certificate, MILO Instructor Certificate, and Less Lethal Instructor Certificate 3

4 Meet the Officers Detective Robby Tiller Started as a Reserve Officer for Hines Police Department in 2008 Transferred to Burns Police Department as a Reserve Officer in 2012 Became employed full-time with Burns Police Department in 2012 Promoted to Detective in 2016 Received Intermediate Police Certificate in 2018 Has K9 Handler and Defensive Tactics Instructor Certificates Handles Property and Evidence for the department K9 Officer Brennan Pilon Started with Hines Police Department in January 2016 Started with Burns Police Department in June 2016 Has EMT Certification Became K9 handler in February 2017 Graduated Basic SWAT school in September 2018 Feels that the most defining moment in his career is when he was able to use his AED to help resuscitate a person Member of Harney County LIFE Committee Member of Harney County Drug Task Force 4

5 Training and Conferences Oregon Narcotics Enforcement Association Training Institute During July of this year, Detective Robby Tiller, K9 Officer Brennan Pilon, and Hines Officer Marc Novak attended the 2018 Training Institute put on by the Oregon Narcotics Enforcement Association. The week long course was held at the Eagle Crest Resort. Officers spent the week learning about the new trends surrounding narcotic usage. There were several well-known speakers that presented for the officers. These speakers included Dr. Lawrence Blum, a clinical psychologist that has devoted many hours to improving the safety and wellness of law enforcement officers. Representatives from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Portland HIDTA Interdiction Task Force also made presentations. The officers returned from the training institute with more knowledge and look forward to using it to improve local policing. Bomb Prevention Training K9 Officer Brennan Pilon and Hines Officer Marc Novak attended a bomb prevention and IED searching course in August. This training was put on by The U.S. Department of Homeland Security Office for Bombing Prevention in Portland. The officers learned the basics of bombing prevention and IED searching and detection. They were also able to participate in interactive activities that allowed them to practice the skills that they learned. The officers were able to work with other agencies to learn much needed skills. Basic SWAT School K9 Officer Brennan Pilon and Harney County Sheriff s Deputy Dan Jenkins attended Basic SWAT training in Prineville in September. This week-long training was put on by the Oregon State Sheriff s Association (OSSA). This was the first SWAT training that OSSA has offered. The training consisted of both classroom time as well as real-world drills. This training helped officers to be better equipped for the different situations that they come in contact with. K9 Officer Pilon is the first from the department to attend, but other officers will be attending in the future. 5

6 Training and Conferences Taser Certification In July, Burns Police Department partnered with Hines Police Department to participate in a taser certification class. This class was put on by Taser Instructor Corporal Jeff Brewer at the Hines City Hall. Officers were instructed in a classroom portion of the class, but also got to participate in a hands-on portion of the class as well. All city officers participated in the training. Forensic Evidence and Crime Scene Examination Oregon State Police Crime Lab put on a training in August at the Burns Paiute Tribe Gathering Center for officers to learn about forensic evidence and crime scene investigation. Officers in attendance learned about how evidence is processed as well as proper collection techniques. Though most of the training was a refresher for the officers, they also learned some new techniques. The training was attended by many officers from Burns Police Department, Hines Police Department and Harney County Sheriff s Office. The one-day training was beneficial for all that attended. Marijuana Epidemiology In June, Symmetry Care brought in Eric Martin to teach a class on Marijuana for different agencies throughout Harney County. The training was well attended and taught officers about the drug as well as the effects that it has on the body. Many different agencies participated in the training. These included Burns Police Department, Hines Police Department, Harney County Sheriff s Office, DHS, Oregon Youth Authority, Symmetry Care, and many more. Officers will be able to use the information they learned to help them on future calls. 6

7 Community Involvement Distracted Driving Blitz In May, Burns Police Department partnered with Harney County Safe Communities to participate in a Distracted Driving Blitz. Officers focused their attention on ensuring that drivers were not using mobile devices while driving. Kari Nelson with Harney County Safe Communities brought in a distracted driving prevention trailer to the King s Parking lot. Chief Skunkcap and Chief Delange helped man the booth in the King s Parking Lot. Picture provided by Kari Nelson Harney County Safe Communities. AED s In August, Burns Police Department received automated external defibrillators (AED) from the Harney County LIFE Committee. The Harney County LIFE Committee purchased AEDs for the officers to carry in their patrol vehicles. Hines Police Department also received AEDs for their patrol vehicles. Officers have been able to save lives with these AEDs. Burns Police Department is very grateful for the donation. Thank you Harney County LIFE Committee. Guns and Hoses Guns and Hoses was held in August at the Hines park. Officers from Burns Police Department as well as Hines Police Department and Harney County Sheriff s Office partnered with other agencies to put on the annual Guns and Hoses event. Participants were part of several different fun events. These events included a tug-o-war, a donut eating contest, and an obstacle course. A good time was had by all. 7

8 Community Involvement Parades Throughout the year, the officers were involved in several different parades. These parades included the Fourth of July Parade, the Fair Parade, and the Christmas Parade. Officers drove down the parade route and threw candy to the on-lookers. Officers also provided traffic control for the parade route. Officers enjoyed seeing the children and members of the community. Officers participated in the 2018 Christmas Parade. Burns K9 Officer Brennan Pilon (Pictured Right) and Hines Officer Marc Novak drove in the parade and threw candy with their families. Burns Detective Robby Tiller and Burns Paiute Tribe Police Chief Alan Johnson provided traffic control for the parade. 8

9 Community Involvement Schools Throughout the year, the Burns Police Department partners with the other law enforcement agencies and Harney County Treatment Court to provide educational classes for the schools in Burns and Hines. In 2018, Burns and Hines police officers attended both the Hines Middle School and Burns High School to provide education for the health classes. Officers also attended the Rural School Health Fair held by Harney County Education Service District to provide drug prevention education for the rural school students. Officers also partnered with Harney County Sheriff s Office, Harney County Juvenile Department, Dr. Sarah Laoisa and Kelly Novak to provide a suicide prevention presentation for the students of Burns High School. Red Ribbon Week was also a big week for Burns Police Department. Burns Police Department partnered with Hines Police Department and Harney County Sheriff s Office to attend an assembly at Slater Elementary School. Students got the opportunity to hear the officers and deputies talk about drugs and how to say no. Students then were allowed onto the playground to explore the police cars. K9 Lilly was the most popular officer in attendance. Officers from Burns Police Department and Hines Police Department also attended the Red Ribbon Week bonfire at the fairgrounds. Officers enjoyed spending time with the youth of Harney County and promoting a drug-free lifestyle. Officers and Deputies attended a Red Ribbon Week Assembly at Slater Elementary School. Students heard from officers and had the opportunity to explore the patrol vehicles. Pictures provided by Lodi Presley Harney County Sheriff s Office. 9

10 Community Involvement Holidays Officers were in full-on festive moods this year. The holiday season began with the Halloween Trick-or- Treat parade. Officers from both Burns and Hines Police Departments spent time showing costume-clad children the lights on their patrol cars and handing out candy to the youngsters. Officers made it a point to try to get a picture with every kid that passed them dressed as a police officer. Officers enjoyed themselves and handed out hundreds of pieces of candy. The holiday festivities continued with Christmas. Officers participated in the Christmas Jamboree parade and tree lighting. Not only did Burns Police Department assist with traffic control for the parade, officers also drove in the parade and threw candy to the spectators. Officers then attended the tree lighting. Burns Police Department partnered with Hines Police Department to handout Christmas cards to other public service agencies throughout the state. The department even enjoyed a Christmas Tree in their squad room. It was lovely to see the lights of the tree through the window of the office. The officers from Burns Police Department, Hines Police Department, and Harney County Sheriff s Office were out in full force on New Year s Eve to finish the year strong. Local law enforcement participated in Driving under the Influence of Intoxicant saturation patrols to help combat drunk driving on New Year s Eve. Officers spent the night patrolling Burns and Hines looking for drunk drivers on the road. Officers made their presence known throughout town and conducted traffic stops to be on the lookout for drunk drivers. Luckily, there were no DUII arrests that night. 10

11 Community Involvement Harney District Hospital EMS Car Donation Burns Police Department was left with an extra patrol vehicle that they chose to donate to Harney District Hospital Emergency Medical Services. This car was used by the department for several years and then retired. HDH EMS will be able to utilize the car for various things. It is great to partner with different agencies through the year to provide the best possible services to the people of Harney County. Neighborhood Watch During 2018, Detective Robby Tiller, with the help of Burns Police Officer Brennan Pilon and Hines Police Officer Marc Novak, partnered with concerned community members to develop a community watch program. Officers and community members designed different zones for community members to walk in. The patrol volunteers under went training, put on by Detective Tiller, to learn how to spot crime and become a professional witness. Community members were then able to take this knowledge and patrol the different zones that they were assigned to. The program is new this year, but is well on its way to becoming a top notch neighborhood watch program. 11

12 Notable Cases Smoke Shop Burglary On April 3, Harney County Dispatch received a 911 call reporting that an armed robbery had occurred at the Bare Bones Store in Hines. Officers were able to determine that a female employee was held at gunpoint and struck with the gun. The suspect in the case had fled the scene with cash and other merchandise. With the help of Oregon State Police SWAT team, Burns Police Department, Hines Police Department, and Harney County Sheriff s Office were able to locate and arrest a male subject for the crime. Evidence of the crime was collect at the scene. Home Invasion Burglary On March 27, Hines Police Chief Ryan Delange was patrolling when he thwarted an armed robbery in progress. Three subjects had forced their way into the victim s house and attempted to collect on a drug debt. When this was unsuccessful, the suspects forced the victim to their vehicle at gunpoint. The victim was able to use a pocket knife to free himself from the grasp of the suspects. Chief Delange was able to arrest two of the three subjects at the scene. The third subject was seen fleeing from the scene. After successful investigation, the subject was identified and turned himself into the Harney County Jail. 12

13 Notable Cases Post Office Fire On January 4th, there was a report that the Burns Post Office was on fire. Officers responded along with firefighters and found that the mail drop boxes were on fire. The fire had spread to the walls surrounding the boxes as well as the room behind it. After the fire was extinguished, officers were able to collect evidence of a crime. The evidence was sent off for examination and it was found that an accelerant was used. After a successful investigation, officers were able to arrest a Burns resident for the Arson in Review 2018 was a year to remember for Burns Police Department. The department would like to thank the community for their support throughout the year. We look forward to working with the community in We are excited to continue providing top-notch services to the citizens of our community. Thank you for your continued support. Thank you! 13

14 2018 Monthly Crime Statistics Offense Agency Assist Aggravated Harassment Animal Abuse I 1 1 Animal Abuse II 1 1 Arson I 1 1 Assault I 1 1 Assault II 1 1 Assault II- Domestic Assault IV Assault IV- Domestic Assaulting a Public Safety Officer Burglary I Burglary I- Attempted Burglary II Carrying a Concealed Weapon 1 1 Child Abuse 1 1 Contempt of Court Criminal Mischief I Criminal Mischief II Criminal Mischief III Criminal Trespass I Criminal Trespass II Curfew Violation 1 1 Dangerous Dog Delivery of Marijuana 1 1 Delivery of Methamphetamine 3 3 Delivery of Methamphetamine- 1,000 yards of School 1 1 Delivery of Schedule II Drug 1 1 Detox Hold Disorderly Conduct II Dog at Large 2 2 Driving under the Influence of Intoxicants Driving while Suspended- Felony Escape III January February March April May June July August September October November December Total

15 2018 Monthly Crime Statistics Offense Failure to Register as a Sex Offender 1 1 Falsifying a Drug Test 1 1 Felon in Possession of a Firearm Fleeing on Foot 1 1 Forgery I Forgery I- Attempted 1 1 Forgery II Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card Harassment Hit and Run- Property Identity Theft Improper Use of Initiating a False Report Interference with Making a Police Report Interfering with a Peace Officer Kidnapping I 1 1 Kidnapping II Menacing Mental Hold by Police Minor in Possession of Alcohol Minor in Possession of Tobacco Negotiating a Bad Check 1 1 Nuisance Dog Parole Violation Possession and Use of Inhalants Possession of Cocaine 1 1 Possession of Marijuana Possession of Methamphetamine Possession of Schedule II Drug 1 1 Probation Violation January February March April May June July August September October November December Total

16 2018 Monthly Crime Statistics Offense Reckless Driving Reckless Endangering Resisting Arrest Robbery I Runaway Juvenile 1 1 Sexual Abuse III 1 1 Stalking Strangulation Tampering with a Witness Telephonic Harassment 1 1 Theft I Theft I (Aggravated) 1 1 Theft II Theft III Theft of Lost or Mislaid Property Theft of Mail 1 1 Theft of Services Unattended Death Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle Unlawful Entry into a Motor Vehicle Unlawful Possession of a Firearm 1 1 Unlawful Use of a Weapon Violation of Court Stalking Order 1 1 Violation of Release Agreement Violation of Restraining Order Warrant Arrest Total Percentage 10.63% 7.28% 10.63% 5.53% 6.70% 7.42% 10.63% 11.94% 6.99% 7.86% 8.44% 5.97% 16 January February March April May June July August September October November December Total

17 3 Year Crime Comparison January 1 to December 31 Difference Difference Offense Description Abandoned Motor Vehicle % % Agency Assist % % Aggravated Harassment % % Animal Abandonment % % Animal Abuse I % % Animal Abuse II % % Animal Neglect II % % Arson I % % Assault I % % Assault II % % Assault II-Domestic % % Assault III % % Assault III-Domestic % % Assault IV % % Assault IV- Attempt % % Assault IV- Domestic % % Assaulting a Public Safety Officer % % Burglary I % % Burglary I-Attempted % % Burglary II % % Burglary II-Attempted % % Child Abuse % % Child Neglect % % Contempt of Court % % Controlled Substance Offense % % Criminal Mischief I % % Criminal Mischief II % % Criminal Mischief III % % Criminal Trespass I % % Criminal Trespass II % % Curfew Violation % % Custodial Interference II % % Dangerous Dog % % DCS- Methamphetamine % % Death Investigation % % Delivery of Schedule II Drug % % Detox Hold % % Discharging a Weapon On/Across a Highway % % Disorderly Conduct II % % Dog at Large % % Driving While Suspended % % DUII- Alcohol % % DUII- Drugs % % 17

18 3 Year Crime Comparison January 1 to December 31 Difference Difference Offense Description Endangering the Welfare of a Minor % % Entry of Licensed Premises by Minor % % Escape III % % Failure to Register as a Sex Offender % % Failure to Supervise a Child % % Falsifying Drug Test Results % % Felon in Possession of a Firearm % % Fleeing/Alluding on Foot % % Forgery I % % Forgery I-Attempted % % Forgery II % % Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card % % Fraudulently Obtain a Signature % % Harassment % % Hit and Run- Property % % Identity Theft % % Improper Use of a 911 Reporting System % % Initiating a False Report % % Interference with Making a Police Report % % Interfering with a Peace Officer % % Kidnapping II % % Menacing % % Mental Hold by Police Officer % % Military Hold % % Minor in Possession of Alcohol % % Minor in Possession of Tobacco % % Negotiating a Bad Check % % Nuisance Dog % % Offensive Littering % % Parole Violation % % PCS- Cocaine % % PCS- Drug Paraphernalia % % PCS- Marijuana % % PCS- Methamphetamine % % Possession and Use of Inhalants % % Possession of Schedule II Drug % % Private Indecency % % Probation Violation % % Providing Liquor to Persons Under % % Rape I % % Rape III % % Reckless Burning % % Reckless Driving % % 18

19 3 Year Crime Comparison January 1 to December 31 Offense Description Difference Difference Reckless Endangering % % Refuse Intoxicants Test % % Resisting Arrest % % Robbery I % % Robbery III % % Runaway Juvenile % % Sexual Abuse I % % Sexual Abuse III % % Sexual Misconduct % % Sodomy I % % Stalking % % Strangulation % % Tampering with a Witness % % Tampering with Physical Evidence % % Telephonic Harassment % % Theft by Extortion % % Theft by Receiving % % Theft I % % Theft I-Aggravated % % Theft II % % Theft III % % Theft III- Shoplifting % % Theft of Lost or Mislaid Property % % Theft of Mail % % Theft of Services % % Unattended Death % % Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle % % Unlawful Delivery of Marijuana % % Unlawful Entry into a Motor Vehicle % % Unlawful Possession of Firearms % % Unlawful Sexual Penetration I % % Unlawful Use of a Weapon % % Vicious Dog % % Violation of Court Stalking Order % % Violation of Release Agreement % % Violation of Restraining Order % % Warrant Arrest % % Total % %

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