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1 Laramie Police Department 2016 Annual Report

2 Contents A Message from the Chief Calls for Service....4 Organization Patrol Division. 7 Investigation Division LARC Division Police & Community Services Division...19 Chaplain Program...24 Operations New Hires...26 Promotions Awards & Commendations 28 Retirements..30 In Memory

3 A Message from the Chief As Chief of the Laramie Police Department, I am pleased to present you with the calendar year 2016 Annual Report. I am pleased to present the report and hope that your review will inform and even possibly lead you to question what happens in your community. As Chief of the Laramie Police Department, I have an opportunity to work for (yes, for) the finest group of dedicated men and women that any police chief could ask for. The abilities and sacrifices made around the clock each day are made with one simple goal in mind to ensure the safety of each resident and visitor in Laramie. This past year has been a challenge for us as budget reductions throughout the City of Laramie forced us to reduce our sworn staff by two officers, our Animal Control staff by one, and our Records staff by a half time person. One major initiative this year was the implementation of external vest carriers. The carriers take much of the weight of the duty belt off the hips and increases officer comfort. The vests have been met with rave reviews from the officers. Another achievement during 2016 was being named a model dispatch center by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. While the award is nice, what is more important is the commitment of the Department to handle runaway, missing, abducted child cases according to stringent national standards. Thanks for taking the time to review our annual report. Dale A. Stalder Chief of Police 3

4 Calls for Service The Laramie Police Department responds to about 25,000 calls for service each year. These calls include everything from blocked driveways to homicides. In order to optimize efficiency in disposing of these calls, our Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system allows us to "dispose of calls without an officer creating a case and doing a report. To that end, only about 7,000 calls require officers to dictate reports and records personnel to transcribe reports. It is through this system that we can account for each call, personalize the service to our customers, and allow officers to spend the necessary time investigating the more complicated calls for service. Below is a selection of the calls that impact the workload of all PD employees, from the dispatcher who takes the call, to the officer who investigates the call, to the support personnel who log in evidence or transcribe the reports. As you will note, our calls for service remain relatively stable over time, both in the number and type of call. Certainly some calls require extensive investigations, sometimes taking months prior to closure through arrest. 4

5 Total Calls for Service 30,000 25,000 20,000 24,913 25,498 23,642 22,599 15,000 10,000 5, UNIFORMED CRIME REPORTING (UCR) PART I CRIMES Each year, the Laramie Police Department reports certain crime statistics to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. These crime statistics are added to state and national stats and make up the yearly Crime in the United States report. Laramie has a relatively consistent crime rate and clearance rates that are slightly lower than state averages. We attribute the lower clearance rate to our transitory population demographics. The crimes listed below are referred to as Part I crimes and are reported similarly across all law enforcement jurisdictions. In 2013, Human Trafficking was added to the Part I crimes, but to date, Laramie has had no reportable incidents Murder Forcible Rape Robbery Aggravated Assault Burglary Larceny Motor Vehicle Theft TOTAL

6 Organization 6

7 Patrol Division The Patrol Unit is the most visible face of the Police Department. Consisting of 32 of the Department s 47 sworn officers, Patrol is divided into Day Shift, Cover Shift, and Midnight Shift. The Cover Shift allows for additional staffing during those times of the week when call loads increase. Often overlooked but tremendously important are two Community Service Officers. The CSOs handle the bulk of parking enforcement, investigate cold crimes without suspects, and handle non-injury accidents. The CSOs also ensure that the Department vehicle fleet is properly maintained. The Day Shift sergeants also supervise the Department s three School Resource Officers. The SROs are assigned to specific schools in the community and perform policing services at those locations. They also supplement the School District s anti-bullying education and act as a resource for the Albany County Attorney by assisting in the review of all juvenile cases that occur in Albany County. 7

8 Total Traffic Stops Total Traffic Tickets Traffic Ticket Fines 4500 $700, $600,000 $500,000 $400,000 $300,000 $200,000 $100,000 $555,729 $575,633 $522,087 $434, $ Total Parking Tickets Parking Ticket Fines 8000 $140, $120,000 $100,000 $80,000 $60,000 $40,000 $86,149 $132,818 $113,839 $87, $20, $

9 Day Shift 9

10 School Resource Officers Patrol CSOs CSO T. Johnson 10

11 Cover Shift 11

12 Midnight Shift 12

13 Investigations Division The Investigations Unit consists of three detectives and a detective sergeant. A civilian evidence custodian works in the Unit as well. The Investigations Unit assists officers in the Patrol Unit with criminal investigations that can be furthered with the assistance of officers who have advanced training and who do not have the responsibility of handling calls on shift. Detectives oversee all suspicious death investigations, complicated felony investigations, and investigations that span weeks, months, and sometimes years. 13

14 Investigations 14

15 Drug Task Force The Department has two officers assigned to the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation Southeast Drug Task Force. The task force is made up of officers from various departments in the southeastern portion of the State and allows the Department to contribute to in-depth, complicated, and often time extensive drug investigations. Without the Drug Task Force, the Department would not have the personnel to carry out these complicated investigations. Especially with legalized marijuana to our south, having the Drug Task Force is more important than ever. Task Force officers are under the direction of DCI but still PD employees and are paid in large part by grants from Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Investigations Area (HIDTA). 15

16 LARC Division The LARC (Laramie / Albany County Records & Communications) Division consists of the Dispatch Unit and Records Unit. Overseen by a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) Administrator, The Dispatch Unit provides 911 and non-emergent dispatching services for the Laramie Police Department, Laramie Fire Department, and Albany County Sheriff s Office. Combined, Dispatch creates over 45,000 calls for service each year, answers about 12, calls each year, and handles about 15,000 non-emergent calls each month. Dispatchers are the first, first responders and provide the link between the calling public and public safety responders. The Records Unit transcribes police and sheriff s reports, completes EMS reports, handles public records requests, and submits Uniformed Crime Reporting statistics. 16

17 Dispatchers Dispatcher C. Groh 17

18 Records MSAG Coordinator C. Applehans 18

19 Police & Community Services Division The Police & Community Services (PCS) Division of the Department oversees the recruitment, hiring, and training function of the Department as well as the crime prevention function. Overseen by a lieutenant, this division handles policy updates, provides public information, and provides internal investigations as well as legal support for the Department. 19

20 Grants GRANT NAME: DESCRIPTION & FUNDED ITEMS: GRANT NAME: DESCRIPTION & FUNDED ITEMS: GRANT NAME: DESCRIPTION & FUNDED ITEMS: GRANT NAME: DESCRIPTION & FUNDED ITEMS: GRANT NAME: DESCRIPTION & FUNDED ITEMS: GRANT NAME: DESCRIPTION & FUNDED ITEMS: GRANT NAME: DESCRIPTION & FUNDED ITEMS: GRANT NAME: DESCRIPTION & FUNDED ITEMS: GRANT NAME: DESCRIPTION & FUNDED ITEMS: GRANT NAME: DESCRIPTION & FUNDED ITEMS: GRANT NAME: DESCRIPTION & FUNDED ITEMS: GRANT NAME: DESCRIPTION & FUNDED ITEMS: GRANT NAME: DESCRIPTION & FUNDED ITEMS: GRANT NAME: DESCRIPTION & FUNDED ITEMS: EUDL-PFS This grant funds overtime for alcohol inspections, cops in shops, party patrol as well as other programs. This grant is strategy based not event based $10,985 Tobacco Inspections Pays for Officer overtime as well as assisting minors. $5,950 HIDTA Provides funding for one officer assigned to the Southeast Drug Enforcement Team. Funding is unconfirmed at this time by the State of Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI). We (LPD) are sub recipients of the total High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) submitted by DCI. If there is no funding from this grant we would need operating budget to continue with this position in the amount listed below. Provides one officer to the Southeast Drug Enforcement Team paid by HIDTA. Overtime is reimbursement from State of Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation. $85,985 COPS As of September 1, 2011 this grant pays for the full salary and benefits of two Police Officer positions for a period of three years, with a requirement that funded agencies keep allocated staffing levels intact for one additional year. Grant was suspended on July 1, Funded amount was $383,504 DCI Provides one officer to the Southeast Drug Enforcement Team. This is a year to year reimbursement from State of Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation. This also pays overtime for both drug task force officers. The approximate overtime budget is $17,000 with $42,000 salary paid by DCI and the remaining salary paid for PD budget. $59,000 BVP Provides cost recovery of up to 50% towards the purchase of approved bullet proof vests. DUI This grant pays OT for DUI Enforcement and equipment. Speed This grant pays OT for Speed Enforcement and equipment. Sturgis This grant pays overtime for speed enforcement. Alcohol Inspections Pays for Officer overtime as well as pay for the assisting minors. E-Ticketing project Purchase and go live with electronic ticketing. $6,825 $41,350 $19,800 $2,475 $5,950 $52, Wyoming Office of Homeland Security (WOHS) Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program (LETPP) This grant allows law enforcement to purchase equipment for prevention, detection, and response and upgrade security for specific critical infrastructure buildings in order to prevent, detect, and respond to terroristic threats. This grant increased this year from They (WOSH) have narrowed the applicability of this LETPA grant the last three allotments. This grant is $21, These monies are allocated through the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security (WOHS) on the number of sworn officer basis. These funds were used for Critical Incident stress management training and equipment. $21, Wyoming Office of Homeland Security (WOHS) Bomb Team RRT-3 This grant allows law enforcement to purchase equipment for the Laramie Police Departments bomb team assigned to The States Regional Response Team Three (RRT-3) to assist with certification, training, and equipment. The bomb team must mead FBI EOD certification requirements. This grant is $20, These monies are allocated through the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security (WOHS) to address the needs of the bomb unit. This grant is awarded for the first time this year and is from September 1, 2014 through May 31, These funds were used entirely for equipment and training for the PD Bomb team. $20, Wyoming Office of Homeland Security (WOHS) Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Activities (LETPA) The Police Department has been awarded a Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Activities grant through the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security for $134,350. This is the yearly award of this type and requires no matching funds. The grant is a reimbursement fund to be used by law enforcement for equipment needs and critical infrastructure protection in the prevention, detection and response to terrorist events as per the WOHS FY 2013 statewide initiatives and core capabilities (Prevention, Protection, Mitigation, Response, and recovery) of emergency response to terroristic events. The funds were used entirely to purchase replacement portable radios for the PD. $134,350 20

21 Internal Investigations 18 Citizen Complaints Exonerated Substantiated Unfounded Unsubstantiated Internal Complaints Substantiated Unfounded 21

22 Use of Force Vehicle Pursuits Vehicle Accidents At Fault Not at Fault 22

23 Animal Control The Animal Control Division of the Laramie Police Department is highly visible within the community. Staffed three Animal Control Officers, a Shelter Assistant, and a custodian, staff respond to animal calls as well as operate the community s only animal shelter. Working seven days a week, approximately 2000 calls are reported to police or initiated by Shelter staff on an annual basis. On average, over 600 animals come into the shelter yearly to be returned to owners, adopted out, or placed in animal rescues. The Shelter runs a volunteer program, places adoption advertisements in the local paper on a weekly basis, and provides on-going animal education throughout the community. 23

24 Chaplain Program The work that all Police Department personnel do is difficult. We are fortunate to have the support of three police chaplains. The chaplains provide spiritual and moral support for all of our personnel. They spend time weekly talking to officers and dispatchers and they support us by providing education on a variety of topics pertinent to the policing profession. They have all attending training at the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy and last year Chaplain Eakins and Chaplain Davis attended national training in chaplaincy. 24

25 Operations Administrative Coordinator M. Lopez Administrative Assistant D. Easton 25

26 New Hires Officer Jordan Payne Officer Louis Chip Cirillo Patrol CSO Terrence Johnson Dispatcher Natasha Reiner Dispatcher Heather Davis Dispatcher Christopher Groh Records Specialist Shanna Bellman MSAG Coordinator Cori Applehans 26

27 Promotions Robert Terry was promoted from Sergeant to Assistant Chief Sally Dalles was promoted from Officer to Sergeant Kimberly Judd was promoted from Dispatcher to Dispatch Supervisor 27

28 Awards & Commendations In late 2015, the Department started the Officer of the Bid and Officer of the Year awards. This program was conceived by line level patrol officers as a way to recognize their peers for excellence in performance of the job. Line level officers nominate their peers three times a year and a committee of officers then makes a final selection. Administrative personnel are not involved in the program. Selected officers receive a paid day off, a priority parking place, and a folding knife. The officer selected for the Officer of the Year award receive 2 paid days off, a priority parking place, and a commemorative mounted night stick. In the program s first year, Officers Fredric O Conner, Joe Plante, and Alex Cook were selected as Officers of the Bid and Officer Jacob Bury was selected as Officer of the Year. Officer of the Year Jacob Bury Officer of the Bid Joe Plante Officer of the Bid Fredric O Connor Officer of the Bid Alex Cook 28

29 Officer Jonathan Root received a Lifesaving Award Officer James Pracheil received a Lifesaving Award Officer Joseph Plante received a Lifesaving Award 29

30 Retirements Officer Jeff Coca retired October 2015 after 14 years of service with the Department. Animal Control Supervisor Steve Amrine retired in August Steve had been with the Department since 2001 and held the position of Animal Control Officer until being promoted to the supervisory position. Patrol CSO Philip LeBeau retired April 2017 after 4 years of service with the Department. 30

31 In Memory The Laramie Police Department lost Assistant Chief Jeff Bury in July AC Bury held various positions in the PD including patrol officer, detective, detective sergeant, commander, and finally assistant chief. Jeff was a graduate of the 212 th session of the FBI National Academy. His legacy spanned 35 years and his sense of humor, professionalism, and contributions to the Department are all missed daily. 31

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