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  1. The “Situation Room”An Application of the “Broken Windows” Theory WILLIAM J. BRATTON - CHIEF OF THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT KIRK J. ALBANESE, COMMANDER, OFFICE OF OPERATIONS

  2. “BROKEN WINDOWS” “Crime is the inevitable result of disorder. If a window is broken and left unrepaired, people walking by will conclude that no one cares and no one is in charge…”Broken Windows By George Kelling and James Q. Wilson

  3. COMPSTAT • Accurate and Timely Intelligence • Effective Tactics • Rapid Deployment • Relentless Follow-up and Assessment

  4. TOP 10% FOCUS

  5. How do you Deliver the Message from Commanders to Officers in the Field?

  6. Established a Physical “Situation Room” Crime Analysis - “Real Time” Daily, in-depth, real time analysis of crime Strategic Response - “Real Time” An Immediate, Strategic and Comprehensive Response by way of a Published “Daily Mission” to the Entire Command Results Are the Strategies being employed Reducing Part-1 Crime… “Are the dots on the map going away?” SOLUTION: THE “SITUATION ROOM” CONCEPT

  7. CRIME ANALYSIS “REAL TIME” • Daily, in-depth, Real Time Analysis of Crime • Identify Clusters/Sources/Patterns • 24-hr, 3-day, 7-day Crime Maps • Special Maps (parolee, sober living, problem locations) • “Real” vs. “Perceived” Crime Sources • Panorama City • Identify “Top 10%”

  8. 7-Day Crime Map

  9. STRATEGIC RESPONSE “REAL TIME” • An Immediate, Strategic and Comprehensive Response by way of a Published “Daily Mission” to the Entire Command

  10. DAILY MISSION • Published Daily • Directs entire Command • Specific and Individual Missions to all Area Personnel • Specific and Measurable • Comprehensive and Coordinated

  11. ASSESSMENT • Was the Mission Followed? • Did the Mission Achieve its Overall Goal to Reduce Part-1 Crime? • What should be Changed? • Daily Mission then Fine-Tuned

  12. TRACK RESULTS

  13. THE SITUATION ROOM CYCLE

  14. RESULTS: PART-1 CRIMESFOOTHILL DIVISION Down 9.5%

  15. PART - 1 CRIMES2002 - 2006 *Percent change from previous year. Source: LAPD Statistical Digest and Comparison Report

  16. CRIME REDUCTION OVER THE LAST 5 YEARS 31.6%

  17. GANGS • Gang Crime • 6668 crimes (2005) • 7714 crimes (2006) • City-Wide Gang Crime + 15.7 % • Gang Robberies + 25%

  18. LOS ANGELES GANGS

  19. GANG INITIATIVES 2007 • Operations South Bureau Criminal Gang Homicide Group • Department Gang Coordinator • “Top-10” Gang Members (FBI list) • Top Targeted Street Gangs • Patrol Proliferation (warrants/injunctions) • Gang Legislation • Convergence of Local, State, Federal Law Enforcement

  20. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION

  21. COMMANDER KIRK J. ALBANESELOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENTalbanese@lapd.lacity.org(213) 847-1998