Houston Police Department FY 2018 Proposed Budget Presentation

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Houston Police Department FY 2018 Proposed Budget Presentation May 22, 2017

Houston Police Department FY 2018 Proposed Budget Presentation May 22, 2017

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FY 2018 Department Initiatives Initiative Mayor's Priority Plan Houston Strategy Reduce violent crime in

FY 2018 Department Initiatives Initiative Mayor's Priority Plan Houston Strategy Reduce violent crime in Houston, especially murders Public Safety Complete Communities Protect/conserve resources Nurture safe/healthy neighborhoods Focus on technology platforms that work to help address crime problems Public Safety Services & Infrastructure Complete Communities Partner with others Nurture safe/healthy neighborhoods Develop alternative/diversion programs for minor offenses to allow limited personnel to focus on crime fighting Public Safety Complete Communities Partner with others Nurture safe/healthy neighborhoods Allocate personnel to maximize service delivery (e. g. , reallocation, deployment changes, and call diversion strategies) Public Safety Services & Infrastructure Sound Financial Management Complete Communities Spend money wisely Grow responsibly Connect people and places Nurture safe/healthy neighborhoods Improve communications, transparency, and accountability to the public Public Safety Services & Infrastructure Complete Communities Communicate clearly/transparently Nurture safe/healthy neighborhoods Increase efficiencies through process improvement and paperwork reduction efforts Public Safety Services & Infrastructure Complete Communities Grow responsibly Connect people and places Communicate clearly/transparently 3

Revenues by Funds ($ in thousands) FY 16 Actual Fund FY 17 Budget FY

Revenues by Funds ($ in thousands) FY 16 Actual Fund FY 17 Budget FY 17 Estimates FY 18 Proposed Variance FY 18 Prop/ FY 17 Est % Change General Fund $ 34, 634 $ 33, 475 $ 35, 314 $ 35, 090 $ (224) (0. 6%) Auto Dealers $ 7, 221 $ 6, 900 $ 7, 010 $ 110 1. 6% Police Special Services $ 10, 550 $ 7, 662 $ 10, 085 $ 7, 181 $ (2, 904) (28. 8%) Asset Forfeiture $ 5, 166 $ 6, 003 $ 6, 040 $ 4, 849 $ (1, 191) (19. 7%) Child Safety $ 3, 539 $ 3, 429 $ - 0. 0% Forensic Transition $ 9, 025 $ 7, 226 $ 7, 199 $ 7, 239 $ 40 0. 6% Total $ 70, 135 $ 64, 694 $ 68, 967 $ 64, 798 $ (4, 169) (6. 0%) 4

FY 2018 Revenue Variance Highlights ($ in thousands) Key Revenue Budget Variances – FY

FY 2018 Revenue Variance Highlights ($ in thousands) Key Revenue Budget Variances – FY 17 Estimate to FY 18 Proposed § Police Special Services Fund: — Reimbursements for Super Bowl LI in FY 17 ($2, 904) § Asset Forfeiture: — Declining Judgements (FY 18) ($1, 191) 5

Expenditures by Funds ($ in thousands) FY 16 Actual Fund FY 17 Budget FY

Expenditures by Funds ($ in thousands) FY 16 Actual Fund FY 17 Budget FY 17 Estimates FY 18 Proposed Variance FY 18 Prop/ FY 17 Est General Fund $ 815, 202 $ 823, 455 $ 827, 311 $ Auto Dealers $ 8, 352 $ 8, 011 $ 7, 601 $ Police Special Services $ 10, 237 $ 11, 627 $ Asset Forfeiture $ 5, 653 $ Child Safety $ Forensic Transition $ Total % Change 3, 856 0. 5% 8, 288 $ 687 9. 0% 11, 627 $ 9, 473 $ (2, 154) (18. 5%) 8, 448 $ 6, 195 $ 10, 000 $ 3, 805 61. 4% 3, 433 $ 3, 539 $ 3, 429 $ (110) (3. 1%) 9, 024 $ 7, 226 $ 7, 199 $ 7, 239 $ 40 0. 6% $ 851, 901 $ 862, 306 $ 859, 616 $ 865, 740 $ 6, 124 0. 7% 6

FY 2018 Expenditure Variance Highlights ($ in thousands) Key Expenditure Budget Variances – FY

FY 2018 Expenditure Variance Highlights ($ in thousands) Key Expenditure Budget Variances – FY 17 Estimate to FY 18 Proposed § General Fund: — Budget reduction initiatives and mandatory adjustments § Police Special Services Fund: — Security services for Super Bowl LI in FY 17 § Asset Forfeiture: — Increased in fund balance due to unanticipated one-time receipt $3, 856 ($2, 154) $3, 805 7

FY 2018 Gen Fund Budget: $827, 310, 800 Classified Compensation includes $4, 347, 617

FY 2018 Gen Fund Budget: $827, 310, 800 Classified Compensation includes $4, 347, 617 for Overtime Classified Compensation $702, 013, 829 84. 9% Civilian Compensation $79, 706, 548 9. 6% HPD Supplies & Services $17, 471, 263 (2. 1%) Cut 52% over last 10 years City Allocations $28, 119, 160 (3. 4%) 93% increase last 10 years Classified + Civilian Compensation & Benefits = 94. 5% 8

FY 2018 Expenditures Net Change ($ in thousands) Explanation of FY 2018 Incremental Increase/Decrease

FY 2018 Expenditures Net Change ($ in thousands) Explanation of FY 2018 Incremental Increase/Decrease Net Change to FY 2017 Current Budget Operating Budget Restricted Budget TOTAL $ $ $ 797, 722 25, 733 823, 455 Operating Budget Adjustments Budget reduction initiatives Personnel budget utilization savings Subtotal Operating Budget Adjustments % Change from FY 2017 Operating Budget Contractual/Mandated Adjustments Personnel Allowance (Pension adjustments) Budget Allowances – One Time Adjustments Health Benefits Hope Allowance Contract Escalation Other Restricted Accounts Subtotal Contractual/Mandated FY 2018 Proposed Budget Operating and Contractual Adjustments FY 2018 Proposed Budget % Change from FY 2017 Current Budget Notes: 1 – Houston Police Officers Pension System (HPOPS) 2 – Meet & Confer Agreement (COH and HPOU) 3 – Finance Department 4 – Meet & Confer Agreement (COH and HOPE) 5 – Houston Municipal Employees Pension System (HMEPS) Notes (20, 000) 3 $ $ $ (20, 000) − 2. 5% $ $ (4, 091) 1 (2, 101) 3 12, 337 3 1, 419 4 16, 328 2, 5 (37) 3 23, 856 827, 311 0. 5% 9

FY 2018 General Fund Budget Reduction Initiatives ($ in thousands) Reduction Initiative Classified Compensation

FY 2018 General Fund Budget Reduction Initiatives ($ in thousands) Reduction Initiative Classified Compensation due to FY 17 incremental attrition of 100 over 250 Reduce Classified overtime (65% reduction compared to FY 17) Impact $ (4, 476) $ No budget for essential police operations such as (7, 394) SWAT, late call-outs, planned/unplanned events requiring police presence (73 FTEs). Reduce Civilian overtime (82% reduction $ compared to FY 17) Decreased flexibility to meet state/federal regulations for reporting of crime statistics; (1, 500) impedes dispatch’s ability to meet demand for police services during peak periods. Eliminate Cadet class (June 2017) $ (2, 948) Reduces classified headcount by 65. Jail Processing Center opens - eliminate 60 (FTEs) jail attendants (April – June 2018) $ (1, 490) Civilian attrition due to hiring freeze $ (1, 356) Backfilling of vacant positions with classified staff. Reduction in supplies and services $ Eliminate executive staff (3 positions) net $ of phase down costs $ Total Will affect items such as contingency food, (500) consultants, hardware/software, etc. (52% cut over last 10 years) (336) Reorganized the department for efficiency. (20, 000) 10

Classified Headcount Projections FY 17 FY 18 FY 19 FY 20 FY 21 FY

Classified Headcount Projections FY 17 FY 18 FY 19 FY 20 FY 21 FY 22 6 Year Total Classes starting Jul – Dec 2 2 2 12 Classes starting Jan – Jun 2 2 2 12 Total classes starting during FY 4* 4 4 4 24 Cadets starting per FY (@ 70 per class) 280 280 280 1, 680 Classes graduating Jul – Dec 2 2 2 12 Classes graduating Jan – Jun 3 2 2 2 13 Total classes graduating during FY 5 4 4 4 25 330 260 260 260 1, 630 5, 207 5, 187 5, 197 5, 207 5, 217 5, 227 330 260 260 260 1, 630 Less: Projected attrition (350) (250) (250) (1, 600) Projected fiscal year ending headcount 5, 187 5, 197 5, 207 5, 217 5, 227 5, 237 (20) 10 10 10 Cadets graduating per FY (@ 65 per class) Fiscal Year beginning headcount Plus: Cadets graduating during fiscal year Headcount growth vs. prior year * Assumes class #233 will be eliminated to meet the budget reduction target 30 11

Functional Organization Chart ($ in thousands) FTEs: Exp. : Chiefs Command 100001 FTEs: 205.

Functional Organization Chart ($ in thousands) FTEs: Exp. : Chiefs Command 100001 FTEs: 205. 8 Exp. : $30, 039 Police 1000 6, 296. 4 $827, 311 Field Operations 100004 FTEs: 3, 759. 5 Exp. : $456, 682 Investigative & Support Operations 100005 FTEs: 2, 331. 1 Exp. : $340, 590 12

HPD Race/Ethnic Diversity Civilian Asian or Pacific Islander 7. 19% Classified White (Not Hispanic)

HPD Race/Ethnic Diversity Civilian Asian or Pacific Islander 7. 19% Classified White (Not Hispanic) 21. 42% Hispanic 25. 68% Asian or Pacific Islander 6. 81% White (Not Hispanic) 44. 22% Black 45. 56% Black 21. 34% Hispanic 27. 39% Native American or Alaskan Native 0. 23% Native American or Alaskan Native 0. 15% As of May 2, 2017 13

HPD Gender Composition As of April 2017 14

HPD Gender Composition As of April 2017 14

Department FY 2017 Accomplishments § Responded to 1. 2 million calls for service while

Department FY 2017 Accomplishments § Responded to 1. 2 million calls for service while adjusting for the loss of 350 classified personnel § Overcame major turnover in senior management, reorganizing to reduce upper management, save resources, streamline command, and increase accountability § Widely praised for efforts to make Super Bowl LI a safe and positive experience for players and fans § Created a specialized investigative team for officer involved shootings § Established a greater investigative presence for assault cases § Instituted changes to the panhandling and accumulation ordinances to address homelessness from a more holistic perspective § Deployed multiple large-scale technology applications § Issued more than 1, 700 BWCs during the FY to date, and established a Video Records Unit to package video for criminal justice partners 15

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