DUBLIN POLICE SERVICES March 22 2017 Dublin Police

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DUBLIN POLICE SERVICES March 22, 2017

DUBLIN POLICE SERVICES March 22, 2017

Dublin Police Services Historical facts • On February 2, 1982 the City of Dublin

Dublin Police Services Historical facts • On February 2, 1982 the City of Dublin incorporated and began contracting Law Enforcement Services with the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office. • The Sheriff at the time was Glenn Dyer and the City Manager was Richard Ambrose. • The amount of the original contract was $1, 114, 442. 00

First Dublin Police Vehicles

First Dublin Police Vehicles

Dublin Police Services Historical facts • In 1982 Dublin Police Services was staffed with:

Dublin Police Services Historical facts • In 1982 Dublin Police Services was staffed with: o 19 Sworn Personnel and 1 non-sworn o 1 Lieutenant o 6 Sergeants o 12 Deputies o 1 Civilian Clerk

Dublin Police Services Today • The City of Dublin has grown significantly since 1982

Dublin Police Services Today • The City of Dublin has grown significantly since 1982 • The Sheriff is now Gregory J. Ahern • The current contract is approx. $17, 000 • The City is now 14. 59 square miles and the population is 53, 746

Today’s Dublin Police Vehicles

Today’s Dublin Police Vehicles

Dublin Police Services Current Structure • Dublin Police Services is currently staffed with: A

Dublin Police Services Current Structure • Dublin Police Services is currently staffed with: A Total Staff of 61 o 1 Chief o 1 Captain o 2 Lieutenants o 9 Sergeants o 34 Officers o 6 Detectives o 4 Civilian Staff Members (County Staff) o 4 Civilian Staff Members (City Staff)

Dublin Police Structure

Dublin Police Structure

Dublin police services Organizational Structure • The Sheriff’s Office Commander assigned to Dublin Police

Dublin police services Organizational Structure • The Sheriff’s Office Commander assigned to Dublin Police Services serves as the Chief of Police and within the Sheriff’s Office, reports to the Assistant Sheriff of Law Enforcement Services. • Within the City of Dublin, the Commander/Chief reports to the City Manager to ensure that Dublin Police Services remains committed to the priorities established by the Mayor and

Reasons to Contract for Law Enforcement Services Financial Advantages • Automatic replacement for injured/sick

Reasons to Contract for Law Enforcement Services Financial Advantages • Automatic replacement for injured/sick officers over 10 days • City is provided with fully trained/experienced officers • Sheriff pays to train Officers/Academy • Access to resources at economical rate Increased Level of Service • Additional officers are immediately available in the event of a major incident in Dublin. • Priority access to the Sheriff’s Office Specialized Units • Additional resources to address specific concerns (e. g. , Transit Crimes Unit)

Specialized Units and Available Assets Dublin Police • Traffic • Investigations and Special Investigations

Specialized Units and Available Assets Dublin Police • Traffic • Investigations and Special Investigations • Crime Prevention Officer, Multi-Family Housing Officer and School Resource Officers, DARE • Neighborhood Watch, Business Watch and Traffic/Fleet Management Sheriff’s Office Available Assets • Emergency Ordinance Disposal (EOD) • Special Response Unit (SRU) • Criminal Investigation Unit (CIU) • Search and Rescue (SAR) • Crime Lab Services • Regional Assets (Command Post, DUI Trailer for Avoid the 21 Campaign)

BUDGET

BUDGET

Staffing Per capita

Staffing Per capita

REVENUE

REVENUE

Investigations • The investigations division is responsible for conducting follow-up investigations with the goal

Investigations • The investigations division is responsible for conducting follow-up investigations with the goal of identifying and arresting the person(s) responsible for alleged crimes. • They investigate: – – – Crimes Against Persons Property Crimes Forgeries Auto Thefts Narcotics/Vice Operations (Craig’s List Operations)

Patrol Operations • Respond to calls for service • Self initiated activity – Traffic

Patrol Operations • Respond to calls for service • Self initiated activity – Traffic enforcement, patrol checks, follow up, citizen contacts, business checks, foot patrols

Traffic Unit • The traffic unit’s mission is to enforce traffic laws to ensure

Traffic Unit • The traffic unit’s mission is to enforce traffic laws to ensure all drivers will be safe on the streets of Dublin. • The officers not only enforce traffic regulations, but also investigate vehicle accidents that occur within the boundaries of the city.

Crime Prevention National Night Out

Crime Prevention National Night Out

Crime Prevention St. Patrick’s Day Festival

Crime Prevention St. Patrick’s Day Festival

School Resource Officers/DARE

School Resource Officers/DARE

Dublin Police Services Citizens’ Academy The Citizens’ Academy teaches the basic concepts of law

Dublin Police Services Citizens’ Academy The Citizens’ Academy teaches the basic concepts of law enforcement for perspective individuals interested in learning more about law enforcement and possible job opportunities. • • • Mock Crime Scene Santa Rita Jail Tour EVOC Training Course Operations and Traffic Gangs and Drugs

Dublin Police Services Youth Academy • Covers the same topics as the Citizens' Academy

Dublin Police Services Youth Academy • Covers the same topics as the Citizens' Academy but structured for youth learning • 12 hours of lecture and 18 hours of laboratory

Dublin Police Services Bicycle Rodeo

Dublin Police Services Bicycle Rodeo

Volunteer Opportunities Special Events Crime Free Multi. Housing Program Volunteer/Intern Clerical Bicycle Rodeo

Volunteer Opportunities Special Events Crime Free Multi. Housing Program Volunteer/Intern Clerical Bicycle Rodeo

Planning for build out • Police Services will need to expand to service larger

Planning for build out • Police Services will need to expand to service larger population at build out • City is taking actions to respond • New Public Safety Complex allows for staffing expansion • 1 Officer added in FY 2016 -17 • Preliminary FY 2017 -18 budget meeting 4/4

Questions?

Questions?