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Chance of Being a Victim of Crime, both of random and non-random events Violent Crime Per 100,000 Population and Property Perception of Safety in Neighborhoods and in Business Districts Clearance Rates for Violent and Property Crimes # of Status Offenses # of Juvenile Arrests % of Fires Contained to Room or Structure of Origin Property Value Loss as Result of Incident Life Loss as Result of Incident Response Times for Police, Fire & EMS priority events Critical Agencies Contributing to Mission: While there are many wonderful organizations in our community that help to contribute to this mission, the following agencies are directly funded by the City of Hampton budget. Hampton Fire Department and Office of Emergency Management and Volunteer Companies Hampton Police Department Hampton Health Department Court Services Unit Commonwealth Attorneys Office Hampton Sheriffs Office Hampton-Newport News Regional Jail Hampton Court System Focal Strategies for FY 2009-2010 Focus on reducing youth violence with specific sub-goals as follows: Continue efforts of Regional Youth Violence Prevention Initiative on Local level (regional group disbanded due to budget cuts) with assistance of community members and non-profits Reduce gang membership and activity through identification, enforcement and prevention Address the panhandling situation in our community by both ensuring panhandlers are not posing risks to themselves or others and assisting individuals in need with available community services Enact City Codes necessary to prohibit panhandling especially in risky areas Enforcement of City and State Laws pertaining to panhandling and traffic obstruction To improve the survivability of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OOH-CA) patients with specific sub-goals as follows: Respond an EMS unit within 5 minutes of dispatch on 90% of incidents. Install Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) in 30 City facilities. Encourage businesses to purchase and install Automatic External Defibrillators in 100 public buildings. Train 10% of city employees and 1000 citizens to perform effective cardiopulmonary resuscitation. To prevent fires and protect life and property in residential and commercial occupancies with specific sub-goals as follows: Develop and implement a comprehensive fire safety education program in grades K-5. Conduct code enforcement inspections in 100% of commercial occupancies. Reduce cooking fires by 10% annually. Reduce residential dwelling fires below the national average. To ensure the City is prepared to respond to and recover from natural and man-made disasters effectively and in a timely manner with specific sub-goals as follows: Conduct two annual exercises utilizing the EOP as a framework to evaluate the effectiveness of plans and procedures and the training of personnel. Revise the Peninsula Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan to enhance mitigation strategies. Prevention Strategies These city funded services are undertaken which the specific goal of trying to prevent emergency incidents from occurring. Hampton Fire & Emergency Services Department Leadership and Management: The Administrative Section of the Fire Department provides leadership and management to meet the objectives outlined in the Strategic Plan. This includes providing day-to-day guidance to staff, managing the budget, and administratively supporting the functions of the Department. The total budget for leadership & management is $559,623. About 50% of this budgeted service is prevention related. Emergency Preparedness: The Emergency Preparedness Office is responsible for coordinating local resources to address the full spectrum of actions to prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from incidents involving all hazards including terrorism, natural disasters, accidents, and other contingencies. The staff includes an Emergency Management Coordinator, Deputy EM Coordinator, and Senior Planner, and they work closely with jurisdictions in the region to plan and coordinate response to regional catastrophic events through the Regional Catastrophic Preparedness Grant Program and professional associations. The emergency preparedness goal of Hampton, in cooperation with state and Federal agencies, is to plan and prepare for emergency operations which will ensure that casualties and property damage will be minimized and normal operations will be restored as rapidly as possible in the event of a large-scale emergency or disaster situation. A planned-for and coordinated response on the part of state and local officials in support of in-the-field emergency responders can save lives, protect property, and more quickly restore essential services. $203,934 Fire Prevention: The Fire Prevention Section is comprised of three units: Investigations, Code Enforcement, and Community Relations. The Investigations Unit conducts origin and cause investigations of accidental and suspicious fires, documenting a detailed analysis of all fire-related incidents. Investigations of such incidents are done using a systematic approach and knowledge of basic  HYPERLINK "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fire_science" \o "Fire science" fire science. Investigators pursue criminal convictions in all cases of arson and testify as expert witnesses in court. The Code Enforcement Unit conducts inspections at residential and commercial properties to ensure compliance with the Virginia Statewide Fire Prevention Code. Code Enforcement Inspectors review site and building plans related to new construction to ensure adequate egress is provided for fire apparatus and fire hydrants are properly installed. They issue permits and monitor special events such as public fireworks displays to ensure the safety of the citizens. The Community Relations Unit develops and delivers customized fire safety educational program targeting audiences that include both children and adults. $591,325 Hampton Police Department Leadership & Management: The Chief of Police and his staff provide the overarching policing philosophy through the establishment of Division Rules and Regulations, goals and objectives, plans, policies and procedures. The Chief is guided by federal, state and local laws as well as standards established by the Commission for Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies in order to develop and maintain a professional and responsive law enforcement agency dedicated to provide efficient and effective police services to the citizens of Hampton. The total budget for leadership & management is $597,147. About 50% of this budgeted service is prevention related. Operations Management: The Police Operations function is perhaps the most visible aspect of the Division. Its main purpose is to prevent, suppress, and respond to crime. As a result, the City of Hampton has one of the lowest crime rates per capita in the region. The officers respond to over 160,000 calls for service, generated through the 911 center or through direct citizen contact, with an average response time of six minutes for high priority calls. The total budget for operations management is $10,487,294. About 50% of this budgeted service is prevention related. Homeland Security: This division works with state and federal agencies in securing Hampton and the Citys ports from terrorist threats and/or attacks. A unit consisting of well-qualified and professional officers is able to work closely with the Chief of Police and City officials as well as those adjoining jurisdictions to implement problem-solving strategies. These preventative strategies foster security for the citizens of Hampton and increase the attractiveness of the City to tourists. $615,224 Professional Standards: The Professional Standards function operates to assure officers are hired, trained, and perform in a way consistent with organization needs, codes of conduct, laws, policy and procedures, the criteria set forth by the National Accreditation standards and public expectations. The function recruits for approximately 40 vacancies a year, trains those hired, and maintains records/credentials/training of 100% of the officers in the department. It provides the critical internal affairs function of investigating complaints against police officers with resolution of 85% of those cases within 30 days. $1,133,065 Community Relations: The Community Relations function is designed to anticipate, recognize, appraise, and respond to specific community crime prevention, education and suppression needs through a minimum of 5 major community relation programs including Neighborhood Watch. The unit works with community groups through education to assist Hampton with a healthy business climate and healthy neighborhoods. The unit meets regularly with community groups, businesses and individuals to form partnerships and maintain open line of communication between citizens and police. $293,231 Essential Services: Essential support services include crime analysis, records, administration, plans, and the property and evidence functions. The Records function is responsible for the collection, storage security and disposition of criminal records, accident reports, summonses, warrants, property and evidence. All activity is subject to stringent state mandated regulations and/or national accreditation standards, and is subject to periodic state and federal audits. The Crime Analysis Unit is responsible for the collection, analysis, and routine reporting of crime information to assist Uniform Patrol and Investigative Services in identifying criminal patterns and activities. The Criminal Intelligence Unit is responsible for the collection, collation, analysis, and dissemination of intelligence information which assists the organization in identifying likely offenders and determining why crime is happening in certain areas. The total budget for essential services is $1,529,440. Approximately 75% of this service is prevention related. School Crossing Guard Program: Provide crossing guard assistance at morning arrival and afternoon dismissal times for 11 elementary schools, 6 middle schools and 1 high school. $286,300 School Resource Officers: The Division is commitment to providing a safe learning environment for our youth. This objective is greatly enhanced through the school resource officer initiative which has full support of the Hampton City Schools. SROs are placed in all middle and high schools in the city and the elementary schools are handled through a pyramid structure to provide the most effective coverage. The School Resource Officer Unit supports the Strategic Plan regarding strong schools, youth involvement, public education and community policing by successfully providing increased communication between parents and staff, classroom instruction on topics of law and social issues, effective response to school violence, encouraging alternative solutions to resolve conflicts, guidance on intruder drills and participating in various school activities to include after school and weekends. These activities provide youth with the tools they need to become successful citizens of Hampton. The total budget for school resource officers is $617,784. Approximately 75% of this service is prevention related. Hampton Health Department Immunization Services: To operate an Immunization Clinic to prevent vaccine-preventable diseases in infants, children and adolescents by the administration of required children's immunizations. To prevent or ameliorate influenza and its complications by the administration of flu vaccine. $38,922 Environmental Health: To provide environmental health services to Hampton residents. To routinely inspect 100% of all regulated food establishments at least once a year and reduce the number of enforcement hearings by 5% through effective evaluation and education of those establishments. To properly confine 95% of all domestic animals involved in potential rabies exposure within 24 hours of exposure report. To routinely sample water from at least four sites along with Chesapeake Bay identified as recreational beach areas, test those samples for bacterial contamination and report results to City officials. $119,761 Communicable Disease Investigation, Treatment, and Control: To operate Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) clinic to prevent the sequel and further transmission of sexually transmitted diseases by prompt diagnosis and treatment of the patient and, when possible, the sexual contact. To diagnose and treat patients with active tuberculosis to cure the infection and stop further transmission of tuberculosis. To provide symptomatic or antibiotic treatment of patients with respiratory and gastrointestinal infections, and education to prevent further transmission. $163,278 Hampton Court Services Unit Local Administrative Costs: To provide effective leadership and management to the Hampton Court Service Unit that enables the provision of quality customer service and maintains and sustains effective programs/services that help reduce juvenile recidivism, and to provide quality customer services to Hampton residents and agencies regarding delinquent and domestic services. To maintain 100% compliance with state and local requirements related to the operation while minimizing costs. The total budget for this effort is $185,849. Approximately 50% of this service is prevention related. Response Strategies These city funded services are undertaken which the specific goal of responding to the emergency and public safety needs of the community once they occur. Hampton Public Safety Communications Office (E-911) The Hampton Public Safety Emergency Communications Unit is a 24 hour/seven day operation encompassing both the 911 Emergency Center and Public Safety Information Center, it is responsible for handling all calls and dispatches for emergency services. The telecommunications specialists handle over 45,000 calls per month with no serious errors in receiving information and dispatching of emergency resources to citizens calls for service. $2,695,583 Hampton Fire & Emergency Services Department Leadership and Management: The Administrative Section of the Fire Department provides leadership and management to meet the objectives outlined in the Strategic Plan. This includes providing day-to-day guidance to staff, managing the budget, and administratively supporting the functions of the Department. The total budget for leadership & management is $559,623. About 50% of this service is response related. Emergency Medical Services: The EMS Group responds to citizen medical emergencies with appropriate personnel and equipment in a safe and timely manner. As a fire-based emergency medical services (EMS) agency, the Emergency Medical Services Group responds to nearly 13000 EMS calls annually. Of these responses, approximately two-thirds require advanced life support (ALS) intervention provided by highly trained and skilled EMS providers. There are 40 EMT-Enhanced (EMT-E), 140 EMT-Intermediate (EMT-I), and more than 50 EMT-Paramedics (EMT-P). The career EMS system is supplemented by a host of volunteer providers trained to offer the same excellent patient care to our customers. This service generates more than $2 million in revenue annually. The Divisions EMS response and patient care capabilities are cutting edge. In addition to the enhanced knowledge, skills and abilities of the providers, the Division utilizes advanced, high-tech equipment to better assess, treat, and care for our citizens. $ 6,603,875 Suppression: The Fire Suppression Group provides rapid response to citizen emergencies including fire, hazardous materials spills and leaks, waterborne incidents, and other emergencies requiring specialized skills and equipment. Each of the specialized teams within this group is staffed with firefighters trained to the highest level of certification available in their specialty area, i.e., Hazardous Materials Specialist, Rescue Technician, Communications Specialist, and Master Diver. The Fire Suppression Group responds to emergencies on state-of-the-art fire apparatus that carry specialized tools and equipment. All fire apparatus are licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services to carry Advanced Life Support medical equipment, allowing them to support the rapid deployment of EMS certified firefighters from the closest fire station to medical emergencies. This arrangement allows us to maximize our EMS service delivery by supplementing nine Advanced Life Support transport ambulances with 15 additional fire units that can deliver emergency medical treatment. This specialized support is provided to all areas of the City, providing protection and preserving life, property, and the environment. $7,053,096 Volunteers: Volunteer firefighters support departmental operations by providing trained firefighters to staff stations, respond to fires and other emergencies, and assist with emergency responses at community events. Volunteer fire and EMS personnel provide first-responder staffing at all special events such as Bay Days, Hampton Cup Regatta, and high school football games. $278,253 Hampton Police Department Leadership & Management: The Chief of Police and his staff provide the overarching policing philosophy through the establishment of Division Rules and Regulations, goals and objectives, plans, policies and procedures. The Chief is guided by federal, state and local laws as well as standards established by the Commission for Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies in order to develop and maintain a professional and responsive law enforcement agency dedicated to provide efficient and effective police services to the citizens of Hampton. The total budget for leadership & management is $597,147. About 50% of this budgeted service is response related. Operations Management: The Police Operations function is perhaps the most visible aspect of the Division. Its main purpose is to prevent, suppress, and respond to crime. As a result, the City of Hampton has one of the lowest crime rates per capita in the region. The officers respond to over 160,000 calls for service, generated through the 911 center or through direct citizen contact, with an average response time of six minutes for high priority calls. Total budget for operations management is $10,487,294. About 50% of this budgeted service is response related. Essential Services: Essential support services include crime analysis, records, administration, plans, and the property and evidence functions. The Records function is responsible for the collection, storage security and disposition of criminal records, accident reports, summonses, warrants, property and evidence. All activity is subject to stringent state mandated regulations and/or national accreditation standards, and is subject to periodic state and federal audits. The Crime Analysis Unit is responsible for the collection, analysis, and routine reporting of crime information to assist Uniform Patrol and Investigative Services in identifying criminal patterns and activities. The Criminal Intelligence Unit is responsible for the collection, collation, analysis, and dissemination of intelligence information which assists the organization in identifying likely offenders and determining why crime is happening in certain areas. The total budget for essential services is $1,529,440. Approximately 25% of this service is response related. Crimes Against Persons/Property: Personnel assigned to the Investigative function interview witnesses, collect evidence, conduct criminal interviews, identify and arrest suspects and assist with criminal prosecutions. By taking violent and career offenders out of the community, the City of Hampton maintains one of the lowest crime rates in the region. The Investigative function maintains a case clearance rate equal to or in excess of neighboring and major urban locations for crimes against persons and property. $3,800,215 School Resource Officers: The Division is commitment to providing a safe learning environment for our youth. This objective is greatly enhanced through the school resource officer initiative which has full support of the Hampton City Schools. SROs are placed in all middle and high schools in the city and the elementary schools are handled through a pyramid structure to provide the most effective coverage. The School Resource Officer Unit supports the Strategic Plan regarding strong schools, youth involvement, public education and community policing by successfully providing increased communication between parents and staff, classroom instruction on topics of law and social issues, effective response to school violence, encouraging alternative solutions to resolve conflicts, guidance on intruder drills and participating in various school activities to include after school and weekends. These activities provide youth with the tools they need to become successful citizens of Hampton. The total budget for school resource officers is $617,784. Approximately 25% of this service is response related. Animal Control: To provide professional basis animal control services, 8 hours per day 363 days per year and emergency animal control services, 24 hours per day 365 days per year. These services include collecting stray animals; rescuing sick or injured animals and removing deceased animals from city streets. In addition, to enforcing animal ordinances; animal control addresses wildlife issues and concerns; investigate animal abuse and neglect; educate and provide information to 100% of the citizens regarding the duties and responsibilities of animal ownership and effectively resolving animal related conflicts. $362,216 Hampton Court Service Unit Local Administrative Costs: To provide effective leadership and management to the Hampton Court Service Unit that enables the provision of quality customer service and maintains and sustains effective programs/services that help reduce juvenile recidivism, and to provide quality customer services to Hampton residents and agencies regarding delinquent and domestic services. To maintain 100% compliance with state and local requirements related to the operation while minimizing costs. The total budget for this effort is $185,849. Approximately 50% of this service is response related. Detention Services: To utilize in FY 2010 5,000 or fewer secure bed days with and average pre-dispositional length of stay of 21 days or less while not compromising community safety. $1,200,000 VJCCCA Services and Local Match: To utilize Crime Control Act Funding and City of Hampton local match funding to enhance local Juvenile Justice Programming that will provide services to approximately 700 court involved youth in FY 2010. $540,364 Commonwealth Attorneys Office Leadership and Management: To act as legal consultant for constitutional officers, grand juries, police divisions, magistrates, and other state agencies wishing to pursue matter in local courts. To provide effective leadership and management to the attorneys and support staff of the Commonwealth's Attorney's Office. To serve 1,900 victims and witnesses in the City of Hampton during FY09. $150,845 Criminal Prosecution: Prosecute all felonies and serious misdemeanors, domestic violence misdemeanors and felonies, all matters at the discretion of the nine judges serving Circuit Court, General and Juvenile District Courts, and cases at the special request of the City Attorney or Police Division. Process civil matters such as the declaration of habitual offenders, forfeiture of property involved in drug offenses and other serious crimes, injunctions for common nuisances, and appeals from commitment hearings. To achieve an excellent or very good rating on 80% of the Victim/Witness Satisfaction Surveys returned and collect an estimated $350,000 in court fines and costs during FY 2010. $1,228,691 Drug Prosecution: To process civil matters such as the declaration of habitual offenders, forfeiture of property involved in drug offenses and other serious crimes, injunctions for common nuisances, and appeals from commitment hearings. Act as legal consultant for constitutional officers, grand juries, police division, magistrates, and other state agencies wishing to pursue matters in local courts. To supervise the regional drug prosecution effort and process and collect at least 85% of asset forfeiture cases submitted for seizure. $201,034 Hampton Sheriffs Office & Jail Leadership and Management: To provide leadership by setting policy and procedures and oversight of the jail system including the operation of jail and court security. $529,198 Jail Operations: To operate the City Jail, providing humane custody of inmates and ensuring their safety and welfare while also protecting the citizens of Hampton 24 hours, seven days a week. Provide transportation for inmates to courts, medical facilities, and other jails. Maintain a safe and secure facility. Offer Inmate Work force opportunities for qualified inmates. $6,651,646 Court Security: To provide transportation and court security for inmates to the Circuit Court, General District Court, and Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. To provide timely notices to persons or legal entities of pending legal action in which they may be involved by serving approximately 60,000 legal papers and processes. $1,230,747 Hampton Roads Regional Jail Projected FY2010 the City of Hampton guaranteed 175 Inmate Beds for 365 days for a total of 5,425 days at a rate of $38.00 totaling $2,427,250. Additional days at a reduced rate of $25 per day for $912,500. $3,339,750 Hampton Court System Local Match for Circuit Court: The Circuit Court is considered the high court of our City allowing for trials, both criminal and civil, with or without a jury, divorces, adoptions, will and probate matters, appeals and many other court related business. This department offers professional and consistent service to all citizens and strives to give clear explanations and accurate information in a pleasant and efficient manner while minimizing wait time for all court users. $409,767 Local Match for District Court-JDR: The JDR Court has jurisdiction over all proceedings involving minors such as delinquency petitions, juvenile traffic violations, children in need of services and children who have been abused and/or neglected. This court also hears cases involving adults accused of an offense wherein the victim is a minor; child abuse; offenses against members of their own family; support, visitation and custody disputes; abandonment of children, foster care and entrustment agreements, court ordered rehabilitation services and court consent for certain medical treatment. Our goal is to handle all cases coming before the court in a timely manner. $37,669 Local Match for General District Court: The General District Court handles most traffic cases, tries misdemeanors and conducts preliminary hearings on felonies. It also tries civil cases involving amounts of up to $15,000. The goal of the court is to consistently promote a positive image of the court system. $185,175 Clerk of Circuit Court/Court Services: Create and maintain all criminal and civil case records which includes preparing cases and all required court orders, witness subpoenas and subpoena duces tecums; filing of motions; preparing appeals, etc. This process requires the cooperative interaction with many state agencies such as the Adult Probation and Parole Office, Commonwealths Attorney, State Police, Department of Corrections, Supreme Court of Virginia, Court of Appeals, Sheriffs Department, Hampton Roads Regional Jail, Department of Motor Vehicles, General District Court, Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court, Docket Coordinator and the public. 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