2004 Yearly Statistics - City of Proctor Minnesota

Report
Proctor Police Department
Walter C. Wobig
Chief of Police
100 Pionk Drive
Proctor, Minnesota 55810-1700
(218) 624-7788 * Fax (218) 628-3271
[email protected]
To the Mayor, City Council, City Administrator and Citizens of Proctor:
It is my pleasure to be able to provide the citizens of Proctor the second annual report from
the Proctor Police Department. I hope this report will give you a better understanding of the
services that the Police Department provides for its residents.
The Proctor Police Department is a progressive law enforcement agency committed to
protecting and serving the citizens of Proctor. Through dedicated personnel and support
from our community, the Department remains adaptable and innovative so together we can
make our city a dynamic and safe place to live.
The department is committed to providing our adolescents with a positive direction and
guidance. Programs such as Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE), Project “Safety
Scoop” and “Halloween Safety” offer constructive alternatives and education.
In our pledge to law enforcement excellence and to the community we serve, The Proctor
Police Department will continue to protect the citizens of Proctor and provide for a better
tomorrow.
_______________________
Chief Walter C. Wobig
POLICE PERSONNEL
2004
Walter Wobig
Chief of Police
Vacant
Deputy Chief
Christopher Smith
Officer
Kent Gaidis
Officer
Douglas Bolander
Officer
Troy Foucault
Officer
Daniel Mosher
Officer
Dani
K-9
Linnea Wiita
Clerical/Records
Michelle Francisco
Clerical/Records
Annette Foucault
Animal Control
Proctor Police Department
Operational Chart
2004
Administration
Chief of Police 1
City Emergency Manager
Police/School
Liaison 1
Clerical / Records
1 full time
1 part time
Animal Control
1 part time
City Code
Violations
Investigations
(Juvenile)
Operations
Safe
Schools
Deputy Chief 1
Vacant
Evidence / Property
D.A.R.E.
&
GREAT
1 Clerk and 1 Officer
PATROL DIVISION
911
CALLS
Court
Special Assignments
Investigations
(General)
Officers 4
Citizens
Complaints
K-9 Officer 1
&
Dept. Armor
Crime Scene / Lab Techs.
Traffic
Enforcement
Officer Continuing Education
2004
The Proctor Police Department is committed to providing quality operational and
law enforcement training to all department personnel. The Department
encourages all staff to continue their educational training to enhance their ability
to provide responsible and professional service.
2004 MN Chief’s of Police Executive Training Institute Fall Conference
CPR Training
Defense Tactics
DWI & Traffic Safety & Law Update
Day and Night Firearms Qualification
Advance Driving Techniques
Use of Force / FATS
Hazmat Materials/Blood/Airborne Pathogens
M26 & X26 Taser Certification
GREAT Officer Training Course
American Heart Association – HEART SAVER Course
Annual Executive Training Institute
Arrowhead EMS Association, Inc.
Intoxilyzer 5000 Recertification
MPPOA Legislative Conference
Management Skills for First Time Managers Negotiating Skills :Getting to Yes
Background Investigation
Citizen Complaints and Supervisors
Data Practices and Personnel Administration
2004 Safety & Loss Control Workshop
Advanced Driving Techniques
49th Annual JOI/Preventing Exploitation of Our Children
Caliber Press – Street Survival
Pepper Ball Instructor/Armorer Training
Officer Continuing Education
2004
The Proctor Police Department is committed to providing quality operational and
law enforcement training to all department personnel. The Department
encourages all staff to continue their educational training to enhance their ability
to provide responsible and professional service.
Search & Seizure/Stop & Frisk/Warrant less Searches
Child Death Investigation
Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC) Training – Secretary Staff
DAMION Shied – Records Management System
Combat Cadaver Course
Managing Property and Evidence in Law Enforcement Agencies
Law Enforcement Handgun / Shotgun Instructor Course
Sexual Assault Investigation
Introduction to Incident Management
Topics from – POLICE LEGAL SCIENCES – In house Computer Training
4th Amendment Search and Seizures extending Traffic Stops
Requirements for NO Knock Entries, Threshold Appraisals, Obtaining Advance Authorization
Weapons Search and Nervous Behavior
Terry Stop, Individualized Suspicion, Intrusions
Exigent Circumstances – single Factor & Totality of the circumstances
Justifications for Traffic Stops, “Move Over” Statute, Objective Test of Reasonable Suspicion
Translation Requirements, Translator Oaths
Probable Cause Definition, Reliability of “Show-up” Identification
Miranda Requirement, Custody & Reasonable Person Test, Miranda Safeguards
Right To Consult with an Attorney, Standard for Reasonable amount of Time, Implied Consent Law
Probable Cause and the DRE Officer
Searches and Seizures, Search Warrant Execution, Effect of Statutory Violations
Officers and Public Employees, Malicious Official Conduct, Application of Official Immunity
Ministerial Conduct Malicious, Classification of Police Officers, Vicarious Official Immunity and Agency
Miranda Warnings, Miranda Test, Triggering conditions for Miranda, Miranda Evidentiary Exclusion
Recorded Activity 4 Year Comparison
6,000
5,004
5,000
4,017
4,201
4,381
4,155
4,000
3,000
+4%
-2%
+13%
-8.7%
2,000
1,000
0
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
4,381 Incidents Were Recorded For The Year 2004
Minnesota State Statue, Chapter 299C.06, requires all law enforcement
agencies to furnish statistics and information regarding the number of crimes
reported and discovered, arrests made, complaints, information and
incidents files along with dispositions.
Minnesota State Statue, Chapter 299C,12, requires law enforcement
officers/agencies to keep a permanent written record, in a form prescribed
by the State Commissioner of Public Safety, of all felonies, warrants issued
in relation to the commission of felony, statements of the facts and
description of the offender if known, method of operation, and action taken
by the officer and any other information that the superintendent may require.
Local law enforcement has a greater responsibility to the community beyond
that required by statute. The primary purpose of municipal law enforcement
is to provide professional service in keeping with the expectations of our
society and the needs of the community.
Incident Complaint Reports / Monthly
2004
600
500
482
400
407
393
359
347
325
386
378
350
334
313
307
300
200
100
0
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
The annual total of 4,381 recorded incidents are portrayed monthly
with April having the least activity at 307 and July having the most
activity at 482.
Incident Analysis
2004
Traffic 15.5%
Part VI Misc. Officer
21.7%
Part I & II Serious
Crime 18.4%
Part V Misc. Public
35.5%
Part IV Casualties
7.2%
Part III Lost & Found
1.7%
2004
2005
Part I & II
11.5%
18.4%
Increase of 6.9%
Part III
1%
1.7%
Increase of .7%
Part IV
4.5%
7.2%
Increase of 2.7%
Part V
23.4%
35.5%
Increase of 12.1%
Part VI
16.3%
21.7%
Increase of 5.4%
Traffic
43.3%
15.5%
Decrease of 27.8%
Part I & II Serious Crime
2004
Category
Number
Cleared
Percent
Assault
22
19
81.8
Threats
6
3
62.5
Burglary
16
4
30.8
Forgery / Counterfeiting
2
1
20.0
Drugs / Narcotics
12
11
100
Harassing Communications
17
11
66.7
Arson / Fires
0
0
100
Gambling
0
0
0
Suicide / threats or attempts
7
7
100
Homicide
0
0
0
Crime Against Families
0
0
0
Juvenile
89
84
96
Under Age Consumption
16
16
100
DWI
50
50
100
Alcohol Child Endangerment
0
0
100
Traffic & Accident Offenses
84
84
100
Kidnap / Abduction
0
0
0
Criminal Sexual Conduct
1
0
0
Miscellaneous / Federal / Conservation / Liquor
1
1
100
Disturbing Peace / Privacy
36
33
97.8
Trespass
7
6
100
Property Damage
108
4
12.3
Receiving or Concealing Stolen Property
2
0
100
Robbery
0
0
0
Theft
164
35
27.1
Tampering with Motor Vehicle
31
4
16.7
Vehicle Theft
4
1
50
Weapons
3
0
100
Order for Protection / Harassment
1
1
80
Crime Against Administration of Justice
10
8
100
Sex Related / Prostitution
0
0
0
Total
689
383
44.2
Cont: Part I & II Serious Crime
2004
Arrests – Part I & II Crimes
Adults
Juveniles
58
102
Total Arrested = 160
The data indicates that the highest Part I & II Crimes are theft and property damage.
After reviewing the case files it is evident that the majority of financial loses in these
incidents are classified as petty / under $300.00.
The property damage cases are predominantly vandalism to yards and vehicles.
The majority of the theft cases involve items stolen from vehicles and thefts at the
school.
Arrests and preliminary investigations into these cases have revealed that the vast
majority of these crimes are juvenile related.
Part III
2004
Lost and Found
Category
Number
Person Lost
2
Animals Lost
6
Property Lost
14
Persons Found
2
Animals Found
6
Found Property
33
Total
63
Part IV Offenses
2004
Casualties
Motor Vehicle Accidents
82
Fatalities
1
Personal Injury
2
Property Damage
38
Hit and Run Injury
0
Hit and Run Damage
11
MV / Pedestrian / Personal Injury
0
MV / Animals
4
MV / Fixed Object
6
All Other
20
ATV Accident
1
Snowmobile Accidents
0
Public Accidents
1
Home Accidents
0
Occupational
0
Firearm Accidents
0
Animal Bites
1
Fires (Officer Assist)
15
Suicides
0
Suicides – Attempted / Threats to Commit
7
Sudden Death / Bodies Found
8
Sick Cared For
126
Mental Cases
10
Intoxicated Persons
17
Combined Total
186
Part V Offenses
2004
Miscellaneous Public
Other Animal Complaints
17
Dog Complaints
36
Illness and Death Notices
2
Juvenile Complaints
265
Attempt to Locate
65
Vacation Watch / Extra Patrol
41
Unsecured Business
34
Motorist Assist
41
Open Car Door
77
Security / Fire Alarms
67
Suspicious Person
38
Suspicious Vehicle
82
City Ordinance / Junk Nuisance
33
Public Assist
76
Check Hazard
50
Check Welfare
43
911 Hang up calls
27
Civil Matters
20
All Other
306
Snowmobile Disturbance
4
Total
1,324
Part VI Offenses
2004
Miscellaneous Officer
Assist other Agencies
532
Hand Gun Permit
21
Public Officer – Assist
255
Total
808
Traffic Violations
2004
Citations
Citation
Warning
Speeding
160
355
Sign / Signal Rd. Markings / Right-of-Way / Stop Sign / Semaphore
11
43
Exhibition Driving / Unreasonable Acceleration
8
6
Careless Driving
4
2
Reckless Driving
1
0
Over Center Line
3
18
Open Bottle
2
0
No Signal / Improper Signal / Improper Turn
0
15
Traffic / Improper Start / Stop / Passing
2
4
School Bus Stop Arm
2
3
Inattentive Driving
2
2
All Other Violations
4
250
Driving after Revocation / Suspension
60
3
Parking
184
38
Driver License Violation
18
4
Expired Plates / Tabs / No MN Registration / No License Plates
33
66
No Vehicle Registration / Fraudulent Reg
5
35
No Insurance
2
0
No Proof of Insurance
49
8
Revoked Plates / Fraudulent Plates
1
1
Window Tint Vision Obscured
4
29
Seatbelts / Child Restraints
16
1
Equipment Violations / Windshield
5
16
576
899
Total
Typical Criminal
Prosecution Process
Crime
Investigation
Arrest
Misdemeanor Charge
Gross Misdemeanor /
Felony Charge
Arraignment *
First Appearance
Pre-Trial Hearing *
Omnibus Hearing *
Trial
Pre-Trial Hearing *
Sentencing
Trial
Sentencing
Charges are filed against the individual who allegedly committed the crime by the issuance of a written
complaint. The complaint contains a brief statement of the facts and sets forth the crimes the defendant
committed based on those facts. Depending upon the charge, the defendant will follow one of the two
basic paths in proceeding through the criminal justice system.
* the defendant may plead at these hearings and proceed directly to sentencing.

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