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1 U.C. Irvine Program Highlights PDF Version Paul Henisey is the Chief of Police at the University of California, Irvine Police Department and is joined by Jeff Hutchison Assistant Chief, Baltazar De La Riva Lieutenant, Richard Worcester Investigations Division Sergeant, Mark Arnold Administrative Sergeant, Marla Purcell Management Services Officer/Administrative Unit, Martha Thomas Records Manager and Joe Bessolo CSO Coordinator. Our team is committed to providing the highest quality in public safety and policing services and ensuring a safe and secure learning environment for the entire UC Irvine community. For more information about the University of California, Irvine Police Department, visit our website at edu. The primary responsibility of the UC Irvine Police Department is to provide police services at the main campus. In addition, uniform officers respond to the UCI Medical Center for reports of major crimes on a 24/7 basis. The primary function of the Patrol Division personnel is to provide a uniformed response to calls for service, enforce traffic laws, provide safety presentations to the campus community, assist other divisions as needed, and to act as a visible

2 U.C. Irvine Program Highlights deterrent to crime. Officers patrol the campus using marked and unmarked patrol cars, police motorcycles, off-road equipped bicycles and on foot. This past year, the Police Department has accomplished several goals directly affecting the patrol division. A UASI grant was obtained to upgrade and purchase additional radios to enhance our communication interoperability with surrounding law enforcement agencies. The Police Department hired two patrol officers who were successful in the Field Training Program and completed their probationary period. Some of the noteworthy training completed by our sworn personnel includes the following: Drug Recognition Expert Instructor re-certification, Gang Awareness, Special Events Management for Law Enforcement, DUI Enforcement, Bicycle Patrol, Campus Public Safety Response to Active Shooter Incidents, Motorcycle Basic Academy, Radar-Laser Operator, Defensive Tactics Instructor, and Suicide Terror and Threat of Explosives. Additionally, the Patrol Division took part in several enforcement activities working in conjunction with other surrounding Orange County law enforcement agencies. The UC Irvine Police Department is an active member of the Avoid the 28: Orange County DUI Grant. An Expertise Development Program was initiated to enhance the department s level of knowledge in the areas of gangs, traffic enforcement and arrest and control tactics. Members of the UCIPD are currently cross-training with the Santa Ana Police Department to develop expertise in gang suppression. The department is also working with the Orange County Fire Authority on various projects to improve service and reduce response times to alarm calls and other calls for service which are life-threatening in nature. Further, our officers continue working with the members of the campus community, the surrounding law enforcement agencies and the Orange County Fire Authority to develop training to prepare for a major incident on campus such as an active shooter incident. Within the UCPD system, the UC Irvine Police Department

3 U.C. Irvine Program Highlights provided mutual aid for a variety of large scale events at UCLA, UCR, UCSB, UCSC and UCSD. The Police Department also participated in several community events such as the Irvine Red Ribbon Pizza Delivery Night, Tip-A-Cop Night, Baker-to-Vegas relay race, Special Olympics Torch Run, UCI Car Show on the Green, UCI Police Department/UCI Medical Center Teddy Bear Drive, Police/Housing Softball Challenge and the Student Academic Advancement Services Student/Parent Orientation Sessions. The patrol division experienced another year with significantly increased calls for service and arrests. The Investigation Division is compromised of a Detective Sergeant and three Detectives. The division conducts criminal investigations of all crimes occurring on the UC Irvine Campus and at the UCI Medical Center which is located in the City of Orange. The two UCI campus Detectives investigate all crimes committed on the main Irvine campus while the Medical Center Detective investigates crimes occurring there. The Medical Center Detective acts as a liaison between the Police Department and the Hospital Security Department and also provides them with training and advice. The Detectives have received POST approved training in the areas of advanced criminal investigations including interview and interrogation techniques, domestic violence, homicide, computer crimes and sexual assaults. The Detective unit provides the Patrol Division with uniform patrol assistance when large campus demonstrations require additional staffing. Major arrests for the past year include the apprehension of several career criminals who were successfully charged and prosecuted on multiple felony criminal counts. Two major criminal investigations were conducted in 2008 that had a major impact on the UCI community. The first investigation involved the theft of personal identification and tax information

4 U.C. Irvine Program Highlights from about 200 UCI graduate school students. The investigation was conducted over approximately a 5 month period, which resulted in the arrest of the suspects responsible for stealing graduate students personal information from a Dallas, TX suburb medical insurance company s computer database files. The second investigation was a bicycle theft operation involving a group of suspects who operated out of a suspected drug house in the city of Garden Grove. A search warrant was served on the Garden Grove home and a cache of stolen bicycles and parts were recovered. The UCI Police Department joined the Orange County Auto Theft Task Force (OCATT) and assigned a Detective to this team. The task force investigates crimes involving auto theft, improper licensing and registration, and the thefts of vehicle components. The UCI OCATT Detective will serve a three year term in this Orange County Multi-Agency task force and provide advanced auto theft investigation skills and techniques to the UCI Police. The Communications Division operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and consists of 6 full-time Dispatchers and 2 part-time Dispatchers. The UC Irvine Communications Center is fully operational with state-of-the art equipment and inter-operative capabilities. The dispatchers are responsible for answering business lines, emergency, non-emergency calls, as well as calls for service for the UCI Medical Center. They are also responsible for monitoring the security alarms, surveillance security cameras, blue lights and campus elevator phones. Any items reported lost, stolen, found or located are entered by Dispatch into the California Law Enforcement System (CLETS). In 2008, Dispatch processed 17,469 campus incidents and 12,601 Medical Center incidents. They answered 27,050 campus calls, 18,181 Medical Center calls and calls. All calls for service are dispatched utilizing the 800 MHz radio systems.

5 U.C. Irvine Program Highlights The Administrative Division is dedicated to providing support to the Police Department management team. The Management Services Officer oversees the Administrative Division. The division includes the Records Manager and Administrative Assistants. The primary functions of the division include handling payroll and benefits matters, responding to the concerns of the public, maintenance of department records, providing fingerprinting services, and maintaining the Lost and Found Property. In addition, the division assists with the recruiting and hiring processes of Police Officers, Administrative Staff, Dispatchers, Community Service Officers and Interns. The division also plays an active role in budget and purchasing matters. In 2008, the Community Service Officer Program has continued to expand its roles and duties to continue to meet the needs of the campus community and the UC Irvine Police Department. By providing specialized services to the campus community, the CSO Program has been able to develop strong ties with various campus departments. CSOs have also continued to serve as essential support personnel for the UC Irvine Police Department. In late 2006, a CSO Bicycle Patrol Program was established. This has allowed the CSO Program to increase their visibility to the campus community. The CSO Program also provides the campus with valuable information in reference to safety awareness, crime prevention tips, and criminal activity on campus. In 2008, the CSO Program provided a total of 1964 safety escorts, worked 14,304 hours and drove 45,800 miles during their campus patrols and safety escorts. The Security Department continues to staff the unit with Chief Security Officer Scott Martin, Administrative Lieutenant Greg

6 U.C. Irvine Program Highlights Lawritson, and a complement of Sergeants, Corporals, and Officers totaling 30 FTE. The construction of the new UC Irvine Medical Center University Hospital's has just been completed and patients are scheduled to begin moving into the new facility in March Included in the new facility is a fully integrated security system including access control and CCTV. The Security Department continues to work closely with the UC Irvine Police Department, Orange PD, the Orange County Sheriff's Department's Intelligence Assessment Center (OCIAC) and the Private Sector Terrorism Response Group (PSTRG). Chief Scott Martin has attained a Terrorism Liaison Officer (TLO) designation through the OCIAC for the private sector in healthcare security. In 2008, the Medical Center was surveyed by the Centers for Medical and Medicare Services (CMS) and Security successfully passed inspection under the Environment of Care. The Medical Center has participated in disaster exercises as required by The Joint Commission. This year the Security Department participated in the Golden Guardian Exercise, a State Wide Medical and Health Disaster exercise with the scenario involving a large earthquake. The Work Place Violence Response Team continues to meet on events requiring threat assessments and/or threat management strategies. One of the highlights in our Security Program continues to be our Taser Program. The Department continues to receive many inquiries from healthcare security and law enforcement agencies regarding the policies and procedures about UCIMC s Taser program. TOP Main Page 2009 UC Regents. All rights reserved.

7 U.C. Irvine Crime Statistics PDF Version FBI Part I & Part II Crime Offenses Arrests Miscellaneous Activity Value of Stolen Property Crime Pie Charts Crime Line Charts Crime Rate Charts Main Page 2009 UC Regents. All rights reserved.

8 U.C. Irvine FBI Part I and Part II Crime Index Offenses U.C. Irvine FBI Part I & Part II Crime Offenses 2006 to PART I OFFENSES 2006 NUMBER OF ACTUAL OFFENSES 2007 NUMBER OF ACTUAL OFFENSES 2008 NUMBER OF ACTUAL OFFENSES 2007 to 2008 Percent Change 2008 Offenses Cleared by Arrest or Exceptional Means 2008 Percent Cleared Criminal Homicide Murder & Non Negligent ** 0 N/A Manslaughter by Negligence ** 0 N/A TOTAL CRIMINAL HOMICIDE ** 0 N/A Forcible Rape Rape by Force ** 0 0% Attempts to Commit Forcible Rape ** 0 N/A TOTAL FORCIBLE RAPE ** 0 0% Robbery Firearm ** 0 0% Knife or Cutting Instrument ** 0 N/A Other Dangerous Weapon ** 0 N/A Strong - Arm ** 0 0% TOTAL ROBBERY ** 0 0% Assault Firearm ** 0 N/A Knife or Cutting Instrument ** 0 N/A Other Dangerous Weapon ** 0 0% Hands, Fists, Feet, etc ** 0 N/A Other Assault - Simple % 10 21% TOTAL ASSAULT % 10 20% Part I Violent Crime Total % 10 19% Burglary Forcible Entry ** 0 0% Unlawful Entry - No Force % 8 17%

9 U.C. Irvine FBI Part I and Part II Crime Index Offenses Attempted Forcible Entry ** 0 0% TOTAL BURGLARY % 8 16% Larceny - Theft TOTAL LARCENY - THEFT % 39 10% Motor Vehicle Theft Autos % 4 13% Trucks and Buses ** 0 N/A Other Vehicles ** 0 0% TOTAL MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT % 4 10% Arson TOTAL ARSON ** 0 0% Part I Property Crime Total % 51 11% PART I OFFENSES TOTAL % 61 12% 2008 PART II OFFENSES 2006 NUMBER OF ACTUAL OFFENSES 2007 NUMBER OF ACTUAL OFFENSES 2008 NUMBER OF ACTUAL OFFENSES 2007 to 2008 Percent Change 2008 Offenses Cleared by Arrest or Exceptional Means 2008 Percent Cleared Forgery & Counterfeiting ** 0 0% Fraud % 1 0% Embezzlement ** 0 N/A Stolen Property: Buy, Receive, Possess ** 0 N/A Vandalism % 9 9% Weapons Offenses - Firearms ** 0 0% Weapons Offenses - All Others ** 5 71% WEAPONS OFFENSES TOTAL % 5 50% Sex Offenses ** 0 0% Drug Abuse Violations % % Gambling ** 0 N/A DUI (Alcohol & Drugs) % % Liquor Laws % % Drunkenness ** 8 100% Disorderly Conduct ** 7 117%

10 U.C. Irvine FBI Part I and Part II Crime Index Offenses All Other Offenses - Bomb Actual ** 0 N/A All Other Offenses - Bomb Threat ** 0 0% All Other Offenses - Trespass Demo ** 0 N/A All Other Offenses - Trespass Other ** 1 50% All Other Offenses - All Other UCR % 8 12% ALL OTHER OFFENSES TOTAL % 9 13% PART II OFFENSES TOTAL % % ** Base numbers less than 10. TOP Main Page

11 U.C. Irvine Arrests U.C. Irvine Arrests Arrests - FBI Crime Offenses PART I Sex Age UC Affiliation Total Male Female Adult Juvenile Student Faculty/ Total Not Arrests Staff Affiliates Affiliated Homicide / Manslaughter Rape Robbery Total Assault Total Violent Crime Arrests Property Crime Burglary Larceny Motor Vehicle Theft Arson Total Property Arrests TOTAL PART I ARRESTS PART II Sex Age UC Affiliation Total Male Female Adult Juvenile Student Faculty/ Total Not Arrests Staff Affiliates Affiliated Forgery & Counterfeiting Fraud Embezzlement Stolen Property: Buy, Receive, Possess Vandalism Weapons Offenses - Firearms Weapons Offenses - All Others Sex Offenses Drug Abuse Violations Gambling DUI (Alcohol & Drugs) Liquor Laws Drunkenness Disorderly Conduct Vagrancy All Other Offenses - Bomb Actual All Other Offenses - Bomb Threat All Other Offenses - Trespass Demo All Other Offenses - Trespass Other All Other UCR TOTAL PART II ARRESTS

12 U.C. Irvine Arrests Warrants & Non-Part I / Part II Arrests Warrants Served Felony Warrants Served Misdemeanor Outside Warrants Served Felony Outside Warrants Served Misdemeanor All Other Non Part I/Part II Arrests TOTAL OTHER ARRESTS TOTAL ARRESTS TOP Main Page

13 U.C. Irvine Miscellaneous Activity U.C. Irvine Miscellaneous Activity 2008 Police Officers Assaulted With Personal Injury 0 Without Personal Injury 1 Total Officers Assaulted 1 Bias Motivated Cases Race 4 Religion 0 Sexual Orientation 0 Ethnicity 3 Physical / Mental Disabled 0 Total Bias Motivated Cases 7 Weapons Related Cases Firearms 4 Knife / Blade 8 Other Dangerous Weapons 3 Total Weapons Related Cases 15 Domestic Violence Cases No Weapons Involved 12 Weapons Involved 0 Total Domestic Violence Cases 12 Alcohol-Related Cases Violent Crime 0 Property Crime 0

14 U.C. Irvine Miscellaneous Activity Other Offense 83 Total Alcohol-Related Cases 83 Non-Criminal Reports Suicide 1 Attempted Suicide 2 Mentally Disordered Persons 15 Vehicle Tows 35 Report for Outside Agency 19 All Other 289 Total Non-Criminal Reports 361 Traffic Accidents Fatal 0 Injury 7 Non-injury 46 Bicycle Involved (not included in total) 5 Total Traffic Accidents 53 Alarms Security Alarms 591 Fire Alarms 647 Total Alarms 1238 TOP Main Page

15 U.C. Irvine Value of Stolen Property U.C. Irvine Value of Stolen and Recovered Property 2008 Type of Property University Property Stolen Property Other Property Total Stolen University Property Recovered Property Other Property Total Recovered Percent Recovered Currency, Notes, etc. $2446 $21,778 $24,224 $1421 $108 $1529 6% Jewelry & Precious Metals $0 $1405 $1405 $0 $0 $0 0% Clothing & Furs $619 $3159 $3778 $0 $351 $351 9% Locally Stolen Motor Vehicles Office Equipment - Computer $19,000 $242,647 $261,647 $19,000 $52,597 $71,597 27% $14,027 $51,076 $65,103 $0 $11,875 $11,875 18% Office Equipment - Other $1404 $1022 $2426 $126 $250 $376 15% TVs, Radios, Stereos, etc. $4734 $14,620 $19,354 $26 $2700 $ % Firearms $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 N/A Household Goods $4 $50 $54 $4 $0 $4 7% Consumable Goods $52 $52 $104 $12 $0 $12 12% Livestock $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 N/A Miscellaneous - Bicycles $15 $0 $15 $15 $5367 $ % Miscellaneous - Other $37,026 $137,130 $174,156 $8579 $8621 $17,200 10% TOTAL $79,327 $472,939 $552,266 $29,183 $81,869 $111,052 20% TOP Main Page

16 U.C. Irvine Crime Pie Charts U.C. Irvine Crime Charts 2008 Crime By Category Violent Crime

17 U.C. Irvine Crime Pie Charts Property Crime TOP Main Page

18 U.C. Irvine Crime Line Charts U.C. Irvine Crime Graphs Violent Crime to 2008

19 U.C. Irvine Crime Line Charts Property Crime to 2008 TOP Main Page

20 U.C. Irvine Crime Rate Charts U.C. Irvine Crime Rate Charts Violent Crime 2004 to 2008

21 U.C. Irvine Crime Rate Charts Property Crime 2004 to 2008 Rate per 100,000 population - U.C. Irvine population 39,684 Data not available at time of publication. ** U.C. Irvine is within the Metropolitan Area of Orange County. See "In This Report" for a definition of Metropolitan Areas. TOP Main Page

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