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01/08/2019 05C Council Public Safety Committee Report to\'4\lyy tbxk ik 1 + PPP d g. P A PP g 1 d PPi ittYlltYlt.\ta. BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEM ENT Item No. 5.C. For Meeting of: January 8, 2019 ITEM TITLE: Council Public Safety Committee report SUBMITTED BY: Cliff Moore, City Manager SUMMARY EXPLANATION: The Council Public Safety Committee met on December 20, 2018, and has three items to report on: 1. Domestic Violence response and the possible creation of a Coordinated Community Response Team 2. Traffic Safety issues 3. Transportation Benefit District Update ITEM BUDGETED: STRATEGIC PRIORITY: APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: /11 City Manager STAFF RECOMMENDATION: BOARD/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type pse 1 12 /201 r Memo traffic caarrn 1 /31/201 ( r Memo C 1/ 1 019 r Me o � , _ o � ' 2UU South Third Street,%ndI1. Yakima,WA989O1 P: 509.5756030 ]R 509.575.6160 PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL: COVERED BY THE ATTORNEY-CLIENT AND ATTORNEY WORK PRODUCT PRIVILEGES ����������� ������J� ....-... .~ .~....~~ ,~ ... � September 3D. 2O1O � ^ TO: Ou|oe Gutierrez. Chair of the Public Safety Committee � Holly Cousins, Public Safety Committee Kay Funk, Public Safety Committee FROM: Cynthia Martinez, City Prosecutor � " SUBJECT: Survey of City of Yakima Response Attached is a spreadsheet comparing the City of Yakima domestic violence response to the Blueprint for Safety model response. The Blueprint for Safety model response was developed � using the data collected from the N1|nnoaoto Coordinated Community Response to OmmewUo Violence and ia considered en evidence based response. At the heart of the Blue Print for Safety model is the Coordinated Community Response Team � (CCRT). Coordinated in that the team shares common goals and works cooperatively to ensure that their actions further the common goals and also enable other agencies to fulfill their goals. The training | attended in July was focused on measuring CCF|T results. At the tnaining, teams from around the country shared their collective gVo|e. | noted common themes among the gom|n, which are as follows: Protect the vintinn, do no harm to the vicUno, and hold the defendant accountable. Every policy and protocol in a coordinated response is measured through the goal lens. | have proposed the formation of a City of Yakima CCRT. To prepare this survey | met with most of the agencies involved in the City of Yakima response. All of those | spoke with were interested in participating ina City nf Yakima CCF|T. While not all mf the model policies may be feasible for the City of Yakima, | believe m City of Yakima CCRT could develop a coordinated response using available resources and make naoonnnnmndotionn on ways to enhance the response with additional resources. cc. Jeff Cutter Cliff Moore Gary Jones �. �� 3 City of Yakima DV Response Survey • Agency Model Response Yakima Response Collaboration between all parties involved in the response. No General Shared goal between all of the parties. No Periodic evaluation of the response to measure performance and alliance with collective goals. No Employees receive specialized training on recognizing and responding to DV calls. Yes 911 911 Evidence is provided, but it is taking three to four weeks to provide evidence which slows down case 911 evidence is provided prompty upon request processing. Dispatch Employees receive specialized training To.:Safely dispatch officers to Domestic Violence calls. •Yes No;Officers receive 2 to 4 hours in house training a year on Department's DV policy. They receive no ongoing training Specialized Unit trained to respond and on DV Investigation. Sex crimes unit recieves high level Officer Response Investigate Domestic Violence Calls. DV training but they do not respond to calls. DV Protocol including specialized report tools that:Yes; (last audit 50%compliance with utilizing forms for access risk to victim, intimate partners.) ;GOA(Defendant Gone on Arrival)Protocol �No No; DV warrants do not have priority and served on an as Officers assigned to serve DV Warrants time permits basis. No;Arrangements will be made if Court ordered. We would probably utilize the measure more frequently if there were Officer response Post Collection of weapons after initial response police personnel dedicated for the task. Investigation Collect additional evidence;follow-up photos and other electronic evidence No °Obtain Medical Reports Inconsistent Engage and collaborate with'victims No Monitor Jail Call Recordings Inconsistent DV Unit with special training 'No;some prosecutors have received DV training. We do have some protocols, but we have not adopted all Prosecutor DV case protocol best pracices 4 City of Yakima DV Response Survey Agency Model Response Yakima Response GOA Protocol No No;for the most part,we make charging decision based on Review of complete case file when charging police report only. Risk assessment availability is inconsistent,we do review Access to risk and defendant's prior history defendant's in state history. We do not have access to out Prosecuter cont. during bail consideration, of state history until later in the process. No; We do get sent felony declines, Many times they go to the officer first or take an indirect path to our office,which Direct flow of declined felony cases causes delay in filing. Engage and collaborate with victims No Victim/witness victim/witness personnel with DV training No vicitm!witness service available Mix of external and internal Victim Advocacy External Only Victim Advocacy Advocacy goes to the victim No victim must seek advocacy DV Court No DV cases have higher priority No Municipal Court Special protocol to get noncompliant DV probationers before the court quickly. No Court Personnel trained to interact with DV Victims. No DV Unit with special training No Probation Officers with DV case specific training No Probation Probation Officer has access to risk assessment and communicates with victim if non-compliance. No Special Protocol for noncompliant DV Perpetrators No Options for DV Treatment Yes;we have several providers in town but cost is an issue. DV Treatment Access to risk assessment No providers Direct line of communication between the treatment provider and the probation officer No Community Yes; The YWCA is doing a healthy relationships FrJi Schools presentation at the schools. 5 City of Yakima DV Response Survey Agency Model Response Yakima Response Faith eased When requested the YWCA will provide education. Community Chamber of Commerce When requested the YWCA will provide education. MissionMomeless service provider The new Mission Director does have training. Education Cont. Other Other possible resources: YPD citizen academy Traffic Calming Requests Street From To Petition Date Contact Address Phone N 11th Ave Yakima Ave Summitview Ave X 07/17/17 Al Garnet 10 N 11th Ave S 17th Ave Tieton Dr Chestnut St X 05/15/18 Saul Vargas 404 S 17th Ave (509)833-2163 N 24th Ave Summitview Ave Lincoln Ave X 05/07/18 Arturo Ramirez 202 N 24th Ave S 51st Ave Nob Hill Blvd Arlington St X 05/21/18 Robert Jones 910 S 51st Ave N 53rd Ave Englewood Ave Scenic Dr X 01/01/16 Gordon Young 711 N 53rd Ave N 55th Ave Chestnut St Summitview Ave X 09/08/16 Jolene Horn 5 N 55th Ave (509) 594-1240 S 56th Ave Arlington St Tieton Dr X 07/11/17 Nora Holland 604 S 56th Ave (509) 956-2133 S 63rd Ave Walnut St Chestnut St X 12/11/17 Dan Hall 217 S 63rd Ave (509) 949-5354 Chestnut St 56th Ave 60th Ave X 03/28/17 Steve Sevigny 5701 W Chestnut Still (509) 930-2960 Cornell Ave Logan Ave Mead Ave X 09/27/17 Deryl Woody 1411 Cornell Ave (509) 452-7593 Cornell Ave Washington Ave Peirce Ave X 01/23/18 James Turner 1714 Cornell Ave Coolidge Rd 92nd Ave 96th Ave X 03/08/18 Michael Benson 9204 Coolidge Rd (360) 961-1222 Pleasant Ave Tieton Dr St Helens St X 08/17/17 Marco Yolo 618 Pleasant Ave (509) 969-1082 Swan Ave 18th St 19th St X 05/01/18 Hector Marin 1808 Swan Ave (509) 949-3863 Scenic Drive 6200 6400 x 08/03/18 Nancy Booth 6302 Scenic Dr (208) 421-2904 Westbrook Ave 80th Ave 83rd Ave x 08/17/18 Corey Robinson 8102 Westbrook Ave (509) 930-5679 Westover Dr 200 block x 08/29/18 Maurice Riker 217 Westover Dr (509) 895-4714 Chisholm Trail 200 block x 08/29/18 Maurice Riker 217 Westover Dr (509) 895-4714 7 Traffic Calming Requests Petition/ Traffic Interim Scheduled Counts Mitigation Installation Street From To Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Chestnut St 56th Ave 60th Ave X Coolidge Rd 92nd Ave 96th Ave X Cornell Ave Logan Ave Mead Ave X Cornell Ave Washington Ave Peirce Ave X N 11th Ave Yakima Ave Summitview Ave X N 24th Ave Summitview Ave Lincoln Ave X N 53rd Ave Englewood Ave Scenic Dr X N 55th Ave Chestnut St Summitview Ave X Pleasant Ave Tieton Dr St Helens St X S 17th Ave Tieton Dr Chestnut St X S 51st Ave Nob Hill Blvd Arlington St X S 56th Ave Arlington St Tieton Dr X S 63rd Ave Walnut St Chestnut St X Swan Ave 18th St 19th St X 8 Memorandum January 8, 2019 To: City Council From: Cliff Moore, City Manager Scott Schafer, Director of Public Works Brett Sheffield, PE, Chief Engineer Subject: Transportation Benefit District From July 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018, the Transportation Benefit District (TBD) has collected $633,862, which is $83,862 more than the initial revenue estimate for the second half of 2018. In 2018, the City's Street Crew began working on the project to replace broken and root-lifted sections of sidewalk on Naches Avenue between Walnut Street and Pacific Avenue. The table below shows the current projects on the TBD list, with their estimated costs and scheduled dates to begin construction. TBD Estimated Cost and Timeline Scheduled Estimated Begin Construction Construction Project District(s) Cost Dates Naches Avenue Sidewalk:Walnut to Pacific 2 $ 330,000 2018 River Road Improvements,40th to 34th (Aquatic Center) 5 $ 750,000 2019 Mead Avenue Sidewalk: 27th Ave.to 28th Ave. 3 $ 17,000 2019 N. 1st Street Revitalization, Phase 2 (20 year bond) 1, 4,5 $ 10,802,260 2020 4th Street Sidewalk:Walnut to Pacific 2 $ 315,000 2020 Browne Avenue Sidewalk:7th Ave.to 16th Ave. 5 $ 336,000 2020 Pacific Avenue Sidewalk:Fair Avenue to Jail Property 2 $ 300,000 2020 88th Avenue Sidewalk:Tieton Drive to Summitview Avenue 6 $ 650,000 2022 1st Street and Washington Avenue I/S Improvements 3 $ 2,000,000 2023 Fair Avenue Sidewalk:Pacific Avenue to Nob Hill Boulevard 2 $ 370,000 2023 Nob Hill Boulevard Sidewalk: 12th Street to 14th Street 2 $ 130,000 2023 6th Avenue Roadway Improvements 1,5 $ 5,591,760 2024 Powerhouse Road and Englewood Avenue I/s Improvements 5 $ 728,000 2024 Mead Avenue Pedestrian Signal at 10th Avenue 3 $ 300,000 2024 N. 16th Avenue Sidewalk: Fruitva le Boulevard to River Road 5 $ 250,000 2024 Nob Hill Boulevard and Fair Avenue I/S Improvements 2 $ 256,000 2025 3rd Avenue Sidewalk: Nob Hill to Walnut 4 $ 480,000 2026 44th Avenue Sidewalk:Viola to Randall Park 7 $ 275,000 2027 Chestnut Avenue Sidewalk:56th Ave.to 70th Ave. 6 $ 448,200 2028 Total: $ 24,329,220