2 Chief of Police Assistant Chief of Police 3 Investigation Division Detectives 18 Enforcement Division Patrolmen (One in training) 1 School Resource Officer Full time Administrative Assistant Full time Detective Aide
3 Connecting with Kids Officers working with the Avon Community School Corporation are all Nationally Certified School Resource Officers. Officers routinely visit with students, teachers, and administrators in public and private schools. Officers are asked to present lessons on safety through a number of schools
4 Partnership with Avon Schools Launched the L.E.A.D Academy and R.I.S.E. curriculum with Sergeant Lewis. 20 Students.
5 Connecting with Avon Schools Coordinated with African Diaspora Club on forum for BE THE CHANGE Focused on opening lines of communication with minorities and law enforcement. Worked with Indiana State Police, Brownsburg Police, and Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
6 New Officers in 2016 We welcomed Officer Evan Hibschman and Eric Hollingsworth to the Avon Police Department. CSO Hope Mueller. Community Support Officer Hope Mueller Merit Officer Eric Hollingsworth Merit Officer Evan Hibschman
7 Canine Nero and Officer Tom Owens Hunter retired in 2016 and Nero was purchased from grant program. Nero was deployed on 24 occasions. Nero made 14 criminal apprehensions. Nero was involved in 9 narcotic arrests. Nero has recovered marijuana, heroin, and methamphetamine. Training included 415 hours for Deployed for multiple public demonstrations. **Only narcotics certified for 3 months**
8 Community Active Shooter Training Facilitated free training on A.L.I.C.E for nearly 100 members of our community, including schools and businesses. Assisted by the Hendricks County Sheriff s Department
9 Crime Action Team Initiative (CAT) New evidence-based proactive policing program designed to reduce crime within the retail district hotspots in Avon. GOALS Reduce Violent Crime Reduce Fraud/Forgery RESULTS Robbery 53.33% Funded from Hot Spots Policing Grant for $31, won in Forgery 7.14%
10 Citizens Police Academy was the 8 th year of the program with 12 graduates. Now over 100 program alumni. Program idea came from Sgt. Wittl. Ran by Sgt. Lewis Avon PD assists other agencies in launching their programs.
11 Department Promotions MARCH Lieutenant Margason Sergeant Fite Sergeant Wittl DECEMBER Sergeant Grismore Detective Hawk
12 Leadership and Professional Development Sergeant Lewis graduated from Leadership Hendricks County Class of Chief Stoops was accepted to the 2017 class. Assistant Chief Nugent graduated from IMPD Leadership Academy Class of Sgt. Wittl enrolled in 2017 class.
13 BACK THE BLUE Campaign A number of businesses supported this campaign throughout Signs, stickers, and blue light bulbs throughout the community to support law enforcement. In support of 140 officers killed in the line of duty in 2016.
14 Community Support
15 Community Support
16 Community Recognition Recognized by MADD for efforts against impaired driving enforcement Recognized by Sheltering Wings for efforts against Domestic Abuse.
17 Connecting with Our Community Participated in over 20 community events. Shop With a Cop Halloween prizes Blue Star Christmas
18 Giving Back to Our Community Employees volunteered their personal time to participate in fundraiser events and the 2016 Avon Comm unity Lip Dub.
19 National Night Out Against Crime 2016 Second Annual Event: Held at Lowes is Avon. Agreed to host for 2017! Over $10,000 in cash, food, and prize donations from 60 vendors and attractions!
20 National Night Out Against Crime 2016
21 Child ID Program Funded in 2015 with donations from Avon business. Over 1,000 children enrolled in the database/program. Was available at 8 different events throughout the community in 2016.
22 Notable Achievements Rx Take-Back Program Disposal of over 720lbs of unwanted prescription medications in Assisted Hendricks County Solid Waste Management with similar program. Expanded program with additional receptacle at IU West Hospital in Avon.
23 Notable Achievements Won a grant for funding to equip and train all officers with Narcan. Assistant Chief Nugent won Best of Hendricks County Police Officer in 2016.
24 Project Life Saver Initiative Project Life Saver is a program designed to help monitor children and adults who tend to wander and may become lost. Assistant Chief Nugent is the law enforcement coordinator in partnership with Karen Hendershot with the Avon Fire Department. Half of Avon Police Department and members from other law enforcement agencies have been trained in this program. TARGET POPULATION Alzheimer s Disease Autism Dementia Downs Syndrome
25 Department Training Program 26 Officers completed 2,201 hours of training in Average Avon officer completed over 84.5 hours of training during Officers submitted 9 training requests that could not be approved. Sergeant Grismore currently monitors all agency training.
26 Equipment & Technology Upgrades Upgraded Tasers from models purchased in 2007 to the newest technology. Upgraded Cell Phone Forensics to assist in criminal investigations. **Funded by portion of unused 2016 dispatch services fees**
27 Social Media Expansion General Facebook Page following had 3,538 in 2015 to 6,087 in (72.046% increase) Facebook Crime Tips Page following has grown from 4,316 in 2015 to 4,986 in (15.523% increase)
28 Social Media Expansion Twitter following has grown from 427 in 2015 to 910 in ( % increase) Instagram Account has grown from 39 in 2015 to 134 in ( % increase) Maintain Nextdoor social media. Expanded from 1488 in 2015 to 2448 in 2016 (64.516% increase)
29 Updated and Expanded Website Updated information Expanded Links Sex Offender Registry Hendricks County Jail Tracker Online submission of compliments
30 Town Chamber Fundraiser Chief Stoops and Chamber Director Tom Downard partner with Avon Public Safety Foundation and Avon School Corporation. Raised over $17, for protective equipment and camera system.
31 Liquidation of Property Room Detective Aide Laura Finley disposed of over 1,200 items of evidence in Items disposed of included public auction of over 380 items generating $ in revenue. Mrs. Finley also processed all FBI reporting forms for all 1,936 case reports completed by officers during 2016.
32 Grant Programs & Fiscal Responsibility Awarded a record amount of $302, in grants. $250, Federal COPS Hiring Grant $30, Hot Spots Policing Crime Action Team $9, Substance Abuse Task Force (K9) $6, Operation Pull Over $2, WalMart Community (National Night Out) $1, Overdose Lifeline (Narcan) $1, Firehouse Subs Foundation (AED) $1, Bullet-Proof Vest Match program
33 Collection Reports Revenue Fee schedules were amended to help recover the maximum amount of revenue to be collected under law. Collections reports for 2016 totaled $36, Accident Reports - $ Background Investigations - $1, Fingerprints - $ Firearms Permits - $17, Impound Fees (Release/Storage) - $3, Incident Reports - $21.80 Photograph Discs - $4.00 Vehicle Auctions - $10, VIN Checks - $1, Hiring Process Testing Fees - $1, Total = $36,255.80
34 Total Recovered Revenue 2016 Revenue was invested into new and existing programs for the police department, field equipment, as well as the funding for the Town of Avon EAP program. Grants $302, Collections $36, Workers Comp Wages $21, Chamber Fundraiser $17, Property Disposal $ Total: $378,396.69
35 Calls for Service Increase of % from 2015 to 2016 **AGENCY RECORD HIGH**
36 Calls For Service to Case Reports Calls for Service Case Reports Case Reports Increased by % from 2015 to 2016 **AGENCY RECORD HIGH**
38 Traffic Crashes 5 Year Trend Decrease of 3.830% from 2015 to 2016 Contribute decrease to increased traffic stops (increased by %)
39 2016 Vehicle Crash Severity 929 Crashes Personal Injury % Fatality 0.324% Property Damage Personal Injury Fatality Property Damage % % % 3 (No Change)
40 Roundabout Crashes 54 Crashes 900 East & 200 North North & 1050 East 5 Bluewood Way & Liatris Drive North & Dan Jones North & Dan Jones South & Dan Jones South & Dan Jones 31 Roundabout Crashes have dropped 20.59% from 2015 to 2016 **Only one reported as an injury accident**
41 Reactive vs. Proactive Policing 2016 CALL BREAKDOWN 14,603 CALLS Proactive % Reactive Proactive 2015 Reactive Proactive: % Reactive: % % **Shift of 2.759% from Reactive to Proactive Policing from 2015 to 2016**
42 Notable Trends 2015 to 2016 Case Reports: % Traffic Stops: % Calls for service: % Theft: 4.489% Crash reports: 3.830% Forgery: 7.14% Violent Crime: %
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