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Danvers Police Department

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  1. Danvers Police Department

  2. THE DANVERS POLICE DEPARTMENT Chief of Police Neil F. Ouellette Records Secretary Lynne Horn Executive Assistant Elaine A. Russo Public Safety Analyst Christopher Bruce PT Record Clerk Carol Lang Administrative Services Commander Captain Patrick Ambrose Operations Commander Captain Edmund Plamowski Community Policing/ School Outreach Sgt. Robert Bettencourt Communications Section Richard Beaulieu Patrol Section Criminal Investigations Section Sgt. William Carleton Day Shift Commander Lt. Dana Milne Dispatchers Community Outreach Detectives Accreditation Public Information Evening Shift Commander Lt. Walter Roberts Grants Records Personnel Scheduling Special Operations D.A.R.E. Officer Traffic Crossing Guards Day-off Shift Commander Lt. Carole Germano Building Maintenance Professional Standards Domestic Violence Licensing Department Property Recruitment & Selection Firearms Licensing Fleet Maintenance Sergeants Sex Offender Registry Armory S.A.T.U.R.N. Blue Team Patrol Officers House Officers Training & Inspections Prosecutor Property & Evidence Revised March 2008

  3. AREA MAP

  4. Composition of the Danvers Police Department • 47 Sworn Officers • 1 Executive Assistant • 9 Civilian Dispatchers • 1 Civilian Public Safety Analyst • 1 Administrative Assistant • 1 Part-time Records Clerk

  5. K-9 Officer Kevin Wood and his partner Hogan have been working the street for two full years. Hogan is certified as a a narcotic detection K-9. He is utilized by the Patrol Division and Detective Section on a regular basis to conduct narcotic searches. Kevin is assigned to the 5-1 Shift in the Patrol Division. Kevin has integrated Hogan into the community at various events as well as utilizing him for drug searches at our schools.

  6. Salaries and Wages $ 4,670,058 Capital $ 143,670 Other $ 409,480 TOTAL: $ 5,223,208

  7. OVERTIME FACTORS

  8. Capital Outlay 5 Fully Equipped Police Cruisers $143,670.00

  9. What Was Up in 2007? • Prostitution + 67% • Drug Offenses + 21% • Fraud& Forgery + 27% • Shoplifting + 19% • Simple Assaults + 15% (Related to Domestic Assaults) • Medical Aids + 15% • 911 Hang-ups + 12% • Harassing Phone Calls + 15%

  10. What Was Down in 2007 • Commercial Burglary - 31% • Auto Theft - 38% • Vandalism - 17% • OUIL’s - 2% • Liquor Law Violations - 20%

  11. Motorcycles

  12. FY 2009 TECHNOLOGY WARRANT ARTICLE REQUESTS MOBILE LAPTOPS 3 UNITS @ $3,675 $ 11,025 DEFIBRILLATORS 3 UNITS@ $3,000 $ 9,000 PORTABLE RADIOS 16 UNITS @ $1,462 $ 23,392 RADAR EQUIPMENT 2 UNITS @ $1,500 $ 3,000 OUTSIDE SECURITY CAMERA 1 UNIT @ $5,808 CRUISER RADIOS 5 UNITS@ $4,113 $ 20,565

  13. Community Policing Grant FY 08 Awarded $50,000 • 2 Motorcycles (one purchased) • Share Point Intranet Package (includes custom modules) • Adult Citizen Police Academies • 2 Juvenile Police Academy • Bicycle & Walking Patrols • Rape Aggression Defense Class RAD • K-9 Demonstrations • Neighborhood Watch • Juvenile Probation Checks

  14. Edward J. Byrne Memorial Grant FY 2008 $ 23,775 • Citizen Drug Recognition Academy • Students Against Destructive Decisions • Courage To Speak Foundation • Strengthening Families Program • Underage Liquor Checks • Liquor Establishment Education Seminar • Juvenile Police Academy Materials

  15. Charles Shannon Anti-Gang GrantFY 2008 $11,129 • Anti-gang Operations in Southern Essex County Communities • Gang Trainings for Officers/Detectives • Anti-Gang School Programs • Teen Work Programs • Monthly Gang Meetings Boston

  16. Regional Operations Center Update • 11 Communities have pledged support. • Sheriff Cousins has funded a Project Manager’s position. • Candidate Interviews have taken place. • The Sheriff has approximately $400,000.00 to be utilized. • EOPS met with the steering committee and pledged support. • Legislation for telephone lines & wireless charges has been rewritten to include a portion of monies to be used for Regional Dispatching Initiatives. • Meet with Congressman Tierney to discuss potential federal funding.

  17. Proposed Legislation • Agency will develop performance measure standards for enhanced 911 Systems • Service level standards for providers of enhanced 911 service in Commonwealth • Requirements for enhanced 911 Telecommunicators including but not limited to certification requirements for emergency medical dispatch, and guidelines for developing and administering grants

  18. LEGISLATION • PSAP Support 911 Personnel Costs and Equipment • PSAP Training Grant-2.5-5% of net revenue • Primary Regional PSAP and Regional Dispatch Center Grant range 12.5-25% • Allocation call volume and population • PSAP Incentive to Regionalize • 10 or more communities 1.5% of previous FY surcharge revenue • Regional PSAPs and Regional Dispatch Centers, Radios, and E911 consoles, telephone notification systems, Regional Dispatch Centers, public safety radio systems. • Start-up Costs • Left to Agency to set criteria 7.5 Million Dollars