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City of Modesto
FY11-12
12-13 Proposed
Proposed Budget
FY
Budget
Finance Committee/City Council Workshop Presentation
Police Department
Proposed Budget
Fiscal Year 2012-13
Michael G. Harden
Chief of Police
May 14, 2012
City of Modesto
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Police Department
Department Overview
The Police Department is charged with the maintenance of law
and order and the protection of life and property. The
Department accomplishes this by 24-hour response through
three divisions: Operations, Investigations and
Administration/Support Services. The Chief of Police provides
for the Department’s management and with the assistance of
three Division Police Captains oversees daily operations.
City of Modesto
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Significant Achievements in 2011-12 are:
 Response to Priority 1P calls for service remains
under 5 minutes
 4% reduction in Part - One Crimes
 6% reduction in injury collisions
 27% reduction in non-injury collisions
 1.5% reduction in DUI collisions
City of Modesto
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Police Department
Significant Achievements in 2011-12 continued:
 The Traffic Unit arrested 1,038 DUI offenders
 12.6% reduction in auto theft when compared to 2010
Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)
 The Crime Reduction Team (CRT) investigated 339 drug
hotline calls (196 more than in 2010), served 43 search
warrants, completed 337 probation/parole searches (59
more than in the previous year)
City of Modesto
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Police Department
Significant Achievements in 2011-12 continued:
 Street Gang Unit arrested 1,028 individuals and issued
441 citations
 Violent crime unit solved 12 of 14 homicide cases in
2011
 CRT conducted 188 graffiti investigations, served 14
search warrants and made 21 arrests. 35 criminal
taggers were identified
City of Modesto
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Police Department
Significant Achievements in 2011-12 continued:
 Conducted special enforcement ops in area parks
resulting in 167 misdemeanor arrests and 25 felony
arrests ranging from illegal camping to weapons and
stolen copper wire
 Street Gang Unit, MNET, CRT and SDEA collectively
confiscated a total of 258 firearms off the streets
 Implemented Crime Mapping which allows residents to
access information on crime in their neighborhood
City of Modesto
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Police Department
Significant Achievements in 2011-12 continued:
 Crime Prevention Unit coordinated 181 active
Neighborhood Watch groups, monitored 114 CrimeFree Multi-Housing properties in Modesto, conducted
80 crime prevention meetings, and coordinated the
2011 National Night Out activities, which resulted in
Modesto being awarded 2nd place in California and 6th
place in the USA
City of Modesto
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Significant Achievements in 2011-12 continued:
 SDEA seized 2 lbs of heroin, 89 lbs of cocaine, ½ lb of
methamphetamine powder, 76 lbs of
methamphetamine crystal, 1,706 lbs of processed
marijuana, 37,956 marijuana plants
City of Modesto
FY11-12
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FY
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Police Department Overview
Divisions
The Police Department is comprised of three (3)
divisions:
• Administration/Police Support Services
• Investigative Services
• Field Operations
Staffing
311 FTE’s
232 Sworn
79 Non-Sworn
General Fund – 286 allocations
- 210 – Sworn
- 76 – Non-Sworn
- 269 – Filled
- 17 – Vacant (12 Police Officers; 1 Sgt; 2
Detectives; 1 Admin Analyst II; 1 Police Clerk II)
Non-General Fund – 25 allocations
- 22 – Sworn
3 – Non-Sworn
- 23 – Filled
2 – Vacant (2 Police Officers)
City of Modesto
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Proposed Budget
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Police Department Overview
6-Year Staffing History Including FY 12-13 Proposed
400
287
200
251
238
300
113.75
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237
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232
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City of Modesto
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Police Department
Funding Sources
Funding sources for the Police Department include:
 General Fund
 Traffic Offender Fund
 Traffic Safety Fund
 Various grants and fees
City of Modesto
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FY
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Police Department Overview
6-Year Expense History Including FY 12-13 Proposed Budget
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City of Modesto
FY
Budget
FY12-13
11-12Proposed
Proposed
Budget
Police Department
Proposed FY 2012/13 Budget
Department Starting Point
Less Proposed Reductions
Proposed Budget:
$ 49,921,190
($ 1,165,688)
$48,755,502
City of Modesto
FY
Budget
FY12-13
11-12Proposed
Proposed
Budget
Police Department
Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Division
Police Administration/
Support Services
Division
Investigative
Services
Division
$13,096,264
$12,202,361
Proposed GF
Budget for FY
2012-13 =
$48,755,502
Field Operations
Division
$23,456,877
Total FTE’s = 311
City of Modesto
FY
Budget
FY12-13
11-12Proposed
Proposed
Budget
Police Department
Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Program
Police Administration/Support Services
Division - $13,096,264
 Department Administration 61 FTE’s
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Internal Investigations
Department Accreditation (CALEA)
Records
Training
Payroll and Purchasing
Property and Evidence
MPD Building Services
9-1-1 Communications
Animal Control
Citation Processing
Franchise Tow
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Abandoned Vehicle Abatement
Parking Enforcement
Juvenile Programs
Tactical Training Center
Information Technology
Court Liaison
School Police Officers
City of Modesto
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FY12-13
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Proposed
Budget
Police Department
Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Program
Police Admin/Support Services Division - $13,096,264
Police Administration - $1,986,384
911 Communications Ctr - $3,066,332
MPD Building Svcs - $471,812
Records & Support Svcs - $5,997,610
Training Center - $42,613
Citation Processing - $553,030
Animal Control - $760,743
Abandoned Vehicle Abate - $113,130
City of Modesto
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FY12-13
11-12Proposed
Proposed
Budget
Police Department
Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Program
Investigative Services Division - $12,202,361
 Crimes Against Persons
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Special Victims Unit (SVU)
Economic Crimes
Property Crimes
Street Gang Unit
Fugitive Detail
Crime Analysis
Identification Unit
Stanislaus Drug Enforcement Agency (SDEA)
Central Valley Gang Intelligence Task Force (CVGIT)
Modesto Narcotics Enforcement Team (MNET)
Stanislaus County Auto Theft Task Force (StanCATT)
80 FTE’s
City of Modesto
FY
Budget
FY12-13
11-12Proposed
Proposed
Budget
Police Department
Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Program
Investigative Services Division - $12,202,361
SDEA Unit $1,012,178
Investigative Svcs - $11,190,183
City of Modesto
FY
Budget
FY12-13
11-12Proposed
Proposed
Budget
Police Department
Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Program
Field Operations Division - $23,456,877
 Patrol
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Traffic
Crime Reduction Team (CRT)
Crime-Free Multi-Housing
Restorative Policing
DED Enforcement
Special Weapons and Tactics
Team (SWAT)
Critical Incident Team (CIT)
Canine (K-9) Unit
170 FTE’s
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Equestrian Unit
Bicycle Patrol
Crime Prevention & Neighborhood
Watch
Modesto Community Emergency
Response Team (MCERT)
City of Modesto
FY
Budget
FY12-13
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Proposed
Budget
Police Department
Proposed FY 12/13 Expense by Program
Field Operations Division - $23,456,877
Traffic Unit - $2,124,990
Patrol Operations - $21,132,987
Outside Police Services - $198,900
City of Modesto
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FY12-13
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Budget
Police Department
Strategic Commitments
The Police Department supports the following Council Strategic
Commitments:
 Build and promote partnerships that engage neighborhoods
and create a sense of community
Neighborhood Watch
National Night Out
Crime Mapping
Crime-Free Multi-Housing
Modesto DED Cooperative
City of Modesto
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FY12-13
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Budget
Police Department
Strategic Commitments Continued
 Provide a safe and inviting community in which to live, work
and visit.
Community Policing efforts
 Provide an innovative and accountable city government that
embraces a standard of excellence through adaptive
leadership and responsive public service.
 CALEA
• Internal Audits
• Staff Inspections
Leadership Training
City of Modesto
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FY12-13
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Police Department
Strategic Commitments Continued
 Champion education partnerships.
School Police Officers
Junior Traffic Safety Patrol
Junior Cadet Program
Police Activities League (PAL)
Wake-Up Program
Youth Leadership Academy
Explorer Program
City of Modesto
FY
Budget
FY12-13
11-12Proposed
Proposed
Budget
Police Department
Challenges:
As staffing levels decrease the following challenges occur:
 Meeting minimum staffing levels for everyday patrol
functions, let alone when an emergency situation occurs
that requires the deployment of multiple units to a scene
 Impacts the Department’s ability to continue to be a
proactive rather than reactive Police Department
 Results in an increased span of control for Sergeants and
Lieutenants
City of Modesto
FY
Budget
FY12-13
11-12Proposed
Proposed
Budget
Police Department
Challenges Continued…
 Results in making the Department more reliant on outside
sources to continue to fund police officers – without this
revenue, positions either have to be absorbed by the General
Fund or lost
 Decreased staffing in Investigative Services results in
redeployment of staffing to focus on violent crimes vs.
economic crimes
 Results in merging of job functions which continues to
increase employee responsibilities and scope of work
City of Modesto
FY
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FY12-13
11-12Proposed
Proposed
Budget
Police Department
Challenges Continued…
 Makes it difficult to maintain involvement in regional law
enforcement task forces
 Results in reduced hours available to serve public at
Customer Service windows at the Police Department
City of Modesto
FY
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FY12-13
11-12Proposed
Proposed
Budget
Police Department
Unmet Needs:
 Need to begin growing the Department back at a reasonable rate
 6 – Police Officers
 1 – Sergeant
 2 – Police Community Services Officers
 1 – Police Clerk II
 1 – Police Civilian Supervisor
$634,092
$139,252
$116,848
$ 50,186
$ 92,432
Total Request : $1,032,810
City of Modesto
FY 11-12 Proposed Budget
Comparable Crime Stats
City/Population
Rank
Population Number of
Officers
Officers Per
1,000
Residents
Bakersfield #11
333,458
349
1
Riverside #12
297,863
361
1.21
Stockton #13
292,047
342
1.17
Chula Vista #14
229,060
230
1
Irvine #15
217,193
200
0.92
Fremont #16
205,521
178
0.86
Modesto #17
203,890
229
1.12
San Bernardino #18
199,214
319
1.58
Glendale #19
196,882
254
1.29
Huntington Beach #20
193,369
215
1.11
City of Modesto
FY 11-12 Proposed Budget
Comparable Crime Stats
City/Population
Rank
Population Number of
Officers
Officers Per
1,000
Residents
Fresno
484,734
793
1.63
Sacramento
472,469
696
1.47
Oakland
409,723
674
1.64
Modesto #17
203,890
229
1.12
Hayward
144,509
199
1.37
Turlock
69,961
81
1.15
City of Modesto
FY 11-12 Proposed Budget
Comparable Crime Stats
City/Population
Rank
Violent
Crimes
Homicide
Rape Robbery
Aggravated
Assault
Victims of
Violent
Crimes (Per
1000 Residents)
Bakersfield #11
2,104
33
34
641
1,396
6.3/1,000
Riverside #12
1,448
9
78
502
859
4.9/1,000
Stockton #13
4,033
49
107
1,413
2,464
13.8/1,000
Chula Vista #14
663
2
54
254
353
2.9/1,000
Irvine #15
120
0
24
40
56
0.5/1,000
Fremont #16
488
3
40
189
256
2.3/1,000
Modesto #17
1,398
10
62
427
899
6.8/1,000
San Bernardino #18
1,624
31
66
632
895
8.1/1,000
Glendale #19
277
0
17
119
141
1.4/1,000
Huntington Bch #20
449
2
32
109
306
2.3/1,000
City of Modesto
FY 11-12 Proposed Budget
Comparable Crime Stats
City/Population
Rank
Violent
Crimes
Homicide
Rape Robbery
Aggravated
Assault
Victims of
Violent
Crimes (Per
1000 Residents)
Fresno
3,304
45
70
1,021
1,898
6.2/1,000
Sacramento
4,112
33
165
1,491
2,423
8.7/1,000
Oakland
6,267
90
318
2,917
2,942
15.2/1,000
Modesto #17
1,398
10
62
427
899
6.8/1,000
Hayward
652
13
48
391
200
4.5/1,000
Turlock
466
1
21
124
320
6.6/1,000
City of Modesto
FY 11-12 Proposed Budget
Comparable Crime Stats
City/Population
Rank
Number
of
Property
Crimes
Burglary
Larceny
Auto
Theft
Victims of Property
Crimes
Bakersfield #11
15,197
4,235
8,507
2,455
45/1,000
Riverside #12
9,963
2,068
6,434
1,461
33/1,000
Stockton #13
16,177
4,482
9,654
2,041
55/1,000
Chula Vista #14
5,124
760
3,255
1
22/1,000
Irvine #15
2,798
480
2,197
121
13/1,000
Fremont #16
4,414
1,167
2,757
490
21/1,000
Modesto #17
9,383
2,171
5,786
1,426
46/1,000
San Bernardino #18
8,967
2,318
4,928
1,721
45/1,000
Glendale #19
3,717
642
2,747
328
19/1,000
Huntington Bch #20
4,673
767
3,621
285
24/1,000
(Per 1,000 Residents)
City of Modesto
FY 11-12 Proposed Budget
Comparable Crime Stats
City/Population
Rank
Number
of
Property
Crimes
Burglary
Larceny
Auto
Theft
Victims of Property
Crimes
Fresno
24,460
5,262
14,645 4,553
50/1,000
Sacramento
20,200
5,027
11,179 3,994
43/1,000
Oakland
17,325
4,961
7,720
4,644
42/1,000
Modesto #17
9,383
2,171
5,786
1,426
46/1,000
Hayward
3,753
1,097
1,649
1,007
26/1,000
Turlock
2,881
686
1,730
465
41/1,000
(Per 1,000 Residents)
City of Modesto
FY 11-12 Proposed Budget
MPD Crime Stats
THIS YEAR TO DATE
LAST YEAR TO DATE
% OF CHANGE
Homicide
7
4
Rape
14
11
27.3%
Robbery
120
93
29.0%
Aggravated Assault
242
174
39.1%
Burglary
638
499
27.9%
Larceny
1604
1351
18.7%
Auto Theft
390
347
12.4%
Subtotal
3015
2479
22%
Non–Aggravated
Assault
335
330
2%
Part I Crime as Reported to U.S. Department of Justice Uniform Crime Reporting
Total Part I
3350
2809
19%
City of Modesto
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