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9-26-19 PSC agenda packet Council Public Safety Committee 2nd Floor Conference Room City Hall September 26, 2019 3:00 p.m. Members: Staff: Others: Councilmember D. Gutierrez (chair) Councilmember Cousens Councilmember White (alternate) Interim City Manager Cynthia Martinez Interim Assist. City Manager Scott Schafer Chief Matthew Murray Fire Chief Aaron Markham City Prosecutor Brooke Goosman Public Safety Communications Manager Brad Coughenour Interim Public Works Director Dave Brown Agenda 1) Approval of August 22, 2019 minutes 2) Department Reports a) Fire Department i) Fire Department Update – Markham b) Police Department i) District Officer Report – Murray ii) Force Readiness Report – Murray c) Legal Department i) Shopping Carts Ordinance Update - Schaap d) Public Works i) Safe Routes to Schools – Brown/Schafer e) Codes f) Communications i) RapidSOS – Coughenour g) Yakima County Emergency Management 3) New Business 4) Other Business a) Public Safety discussions with Yakima School District – Martinez 5) Recap of future agenda items 6) Audience Participation 7) Adjournment Administration Fire Suppression Fire Investigation Fire Training Fire Prevention Public Education 401 North Front Street, Yakima, WA 98901 (509) 575-6060 Fax (509) 576-6356 www.yakimafire.com “The Yakima Fire Department is dedicated to providing quality public safety services to our community.” MEMORANDUM To: Yakima City Council Thru: Public Safety Committee From: Aaron Markham, Fire Chief Re: Fire Department Update Date: September 13, 2019 The following report serves to list the activities and accomplishments of the City of Yakima Fire Department for the month of August. Incidents:  Attached are the incident reports for the months of August 2018 and August 2019. Fire Inspections:  Annual Fire Inspections- 185  Compliance Re-Inspection- 236  Fire Inspection Reports- 27  Event Fire Inspections- 3  Total number of inspections- 451 Yakima, WA This report was generated on 9/13/2019 9:48:20 AM Yakima City Fire Department Breakdown by Major Incident Types for Date Range MAJOR INCIDENT TYPE # INCIDENTS % of TOTAL Fires 52 5.98% Overpressure rupture, explosion, overheat - no fire 1 0.12% Rescue & Emergency Medical Service 535 61.57% Hazardous Condition (No Fire)12 1.38% Service Call 104 11.97% Good Intent Call 105 12.08% False Alarm & False Call 57 6.56% Special Incident Type 3 0.35% TOTAL 869 100.00% Zone(s): All Zones | Start Date: 08/01/2018 | End Date: 08/31/2018 Doc Id: 553 emergencyreporting.com Only REVIEWED incidents included. Summary results for a major incident type are not displayed if the count is zero. Page # 1 of 3 Detailed Breakdown by Incident Type INCIDENT TYPE # INCIDENTS % of TOTAL 100 - Fire, other 2 0.23% 111 - Building fire 12 1.38% 113 - Cooking fire, confined to container 7 0.81% 118 - Trash or rubbish fire, contained 7 0.81% 130 - Mobile property (vehicle) fire, other 2 0.23% 131 - Passenger vehicle fire 3 0.35% 134 - Water vehicle fire 1 0.12% 140 - Natural vegetation fire, other 2 0.23% 141 - Forest, woods or wildland fire 2 0.23% 142 - Brush or brush-and-grass mixture fire 6 0.69% 143 - Grass fire 3 0.35% 154 - Dumpster or other outside trash receptacle fire 2 0.23% 160 - Special outside fire, other 2 0.23% 161 - Outside storage fire 1 0.12% 200 - Overpressure rupture, explosion, overheat other 1 0.12% 300 - Rescue, EMS incident, other 14 1.61% 311 - Medical assist, assist EMS crew 69 7.94% 320 - Emergency medical service, other 23 2.65% 321 - EMS call, excluding vehicle accident with injury 379 43.61% 322 - Motor vehicle accident with injuries 19 2.19% 323 - Motor vehicle/pedestrian accident (MV Ped)1 0.12% 324 - Motor vehicle accident with no injuries.28 3.22% 331 - Lock-in (if lock out , use 511 )1 0.12% 355 - Confined space rescue 1 0.12% 400 - Hazardous condition, other 3 0.35% 412 - Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)3 0.35% 440 - Electrical wiring/equipment problem, other 3 0.35% 444 - Power line down 1 0.12% 445 - Arcing, shorted electrical equipment 1 0.12% 460 - Accident, potential accident, other 1 0.12% 500 - Service Call, other 19 2.19% 510 - Person in distress, other 8 0.92% 511 - Lock-out 4 0.46% 520 - Water problem, other 3 0.35% 522 - Water or steam leak 3 0.35% 531 - Smoke or odor removal 3 0.35% 550 - Public service assistance, other 2 0.23% 551 - Assist police or other governmental agency 3 0.35% 552 - Police matter 3 0.35% 553 - Public service 3 0.35% 554 - Assist invalid 51 5.87% 561 - Unauthorized burning 2 0.23% 600 - Good intent call, other 9 1.04% 611 - Dispatched & cancelled en route 73 8.40% 622 - No incident found on arrival at dispatch address 13 1.50% 631 - Authorized controlled burning 1 0.12% 650 - Steam, other gas mistaken for smoke, other 1 0.12% 651 - Smoke scare, odor of smoke 5 0.58% 653 - Smoke from barbecue, tar kettle 2 0.23% 661 - EMS call, party transported by non-fire agency 1 0.12% 700 - False alarm or false call, other 28 3.22% 730 - System malfunction, other 1 0.12% 735 - Alarm system sounded due to malfunction 5 0.58% 736 - CO detector activation due to malfunction 1 0.12% 740 - Unintentional transmission of alarm, other 3 0.35% Doc Id: 553 emergencyreporting.com Only REVIEWED incidents included. Summary results for a major incident type are not displayed if the count is zero. Page # 2 of 3 Detailed Breakdown by Incident Type INCIDENT TYPE # INCIDENTS % of TOTAL 741 - Sprinkler activation, no fire - unintentional 1 0.12% 742 - Extinguishing system activation 1 0.12% 743 - Smoke detector activation, no fire - unintentional 11 1.27% 744 - Detector activation, no fire - unintentional 1 0.12% 745 - Alarm system activation, no fire - unintentional 3 0.35% 746 - Carbon monoxide detector activation, no CO 2 0.23% 900 - Special type of incident, other 1 0.12% 911 - Citizen complaint 2 0.23% TOTAL INCIDENTS:869 100.00% Doc Id: 553 emergencyreporting.com Only REVIEWED incidents included. Summary results for a major incident type are not displayed if the count is zero. Page # 3 of 3 Yakima, WA This report was generated on 9/13/2019 9:49:01 AM Yakima City Fire Department Breakdown by Major Incident Types for Date Range MAJOR INCIDENT TYPE # INCIDENTS % of TOTAL Fires 34 3.72% Overpressure rupture, explosion, overheat - no fire 2 0.22% Rescue & Emergency Medical Service 528 57.83% Hazardous Condition (No Fire)24 2.63% Service Call 113 12.38% Good Intent Call 149 16.32% False Alarm & False Call 59 6.46% Special Incident Type 4 0.44% TOTAL 913 100.00% Zone(s): All Zones | Start Date: 08/01/2019 | End Date: 08/31/2019 Doc Id: 553 emergencyreporting.com Only REVIEWED incidents included. Summary results for a major incident type are not displayed if the count is zero. Page # 1 of 3 Detailed Breakdown by Incident Type INCIDENT TYPE # INCIDENTS % of TOTAL 100 - Fire, other 2 0.22% 111 - Building fire 6 0.66% 112 - Fires in structure other than in a building 1 0.11% 113 - Cooking fire, confined to container 4 0.44% 118 - Trash or rubbish fire, contained 2 0.22% 131 - Passenger vehicle fire 4 0.44% 140 - Natural vegetation fire, other 2 0.22% 143 - Grass fire 3 0.33% 150 - Outside rubbish fire, other 2 0.22% 151 - Outside rubbish, trash or waste fire 1 0.11% 154 - Dumpster or other outside trash receptacle fire 6 0.66% 161 - Outside storage fire 1 0.11% 251 - Excessive heat, scorch burns with no ignition 2 0.22% 300 - Rescue, EMS incident, other 11 1.20% 311 - Medical assist, assist EMS crew 103 11.28% 320 - Emergency medical service, other 15 1.64% 321 - EMS call, excluding vehicle accident with injury 345 37.79% 322 - Motor vehicle accident with injuries 13 1.42% 323 - Motor vehicle/pedestrian accident (MV Ped)8 0.88% 324 - Motor vehicle accident with no injuries.31 3.40% 353 - Removal of victim(s) from stalled elevator 1 0.11% 363 - Swift water rescue 1 0.11% 400 - Hazardous condition, other 1 0.11% 412 - Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)7 0.77% 421 - Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)1 0.11% 440 - Electrical wiring/equipment problem, other 2 0.22% 444 - Power line down 5 0.55% 445 - Arcing, shorted electrical equipment 7 0.77% 480 - Attempted burning, illegal action, other 1 0.11% 500 - Service Call, other 9 0.99% 510 - Person in distress, other 10 1.10% 511 - Lock-out 6 0.66% 522 - Water or steam leak 2 0.22% 531 - Smoke or odor removal 3 0.33% 542 - Animal rescue 1 0.11% 550 - Public service assistance, other 3 0.33% 551 - Assist police or other governmental agency 5 0.55% 552 - Police matter 2 0.22% 553 - Public service 5 0.55% 554 - Assist invalid 64 7.01% 561 - Unauthorized burning 2 0.22% 571 - Cover assignment, standby, moveup 1 0.11% 600 - Good intent call, other 15 1.64% 611 - Dispatched & cancelled en route 107 11.72% 622 - No incident found on arrival at dispatch address 23 2.52% 651 - Smoke scare, odor of smoke 2 0.22% 653 - Smoke from barbecue, tar kettle 2 0.22% 700 - False alarm or false call, other 11 1.20% 710 - Malicious, mischievous false call, other 5 0.55% 711 - Municipal alarm system, malicious false alarm 1 0.11% 714 - Central station, malicious false alarm 2 0.22% 715 - Local alarm system, malicious false alarm 2 0.22% 730 - System malfunction, other 4 0.44% 733 - Smoke detector activation due to malfunction 1 0.11% 734 - Heat detector activation due to malfunction 1 0.11% Doc Id: 553 emergencyreporting.com Only REVIEWED incidents included. Summary results for a major incident type are not displayed if the count is zero. Page # 2 of 3 Detailed Breakdown by Incident Type INCIDENT TYPE # INCIDENTS % of TOTAL 735 - Alarm system sounded due to malfunction 6 0.66% 736 - CO detector activation due to malfunction 1 0.11% 740 - Unintentional transmission of alarm, other 3 0.33% 741 - Sprinkler activation, no fire - unintentional 1 0.11% 743 - Smoke detector activation, no fire - unintentional 5 0.55% 744 - Detector activation, no fire - unintentional 4 0.44% 745 - Alarm system activation, no fire - unintentional 11 1.20% 746 - Carbon monoxide detector activation, no CO 1 0.11% 900 - Special type of incident, other 4 0.44% TOTAL INCIDENTS:913 100.00% Doc Id: 553 emergencyreporting.com Only REVIEWED incidents included. Summary results for a major incident type are not displayed if the count is zero. Page # 3 of 3 City of Yakima Police Department Memorandum September 17, 2019 To: Matthew Murray Chief From: Amy Hayes Community Services Officer Subject: District Officer report Through September 15, 2019, there are have been 1,218 community contacts or events reported to the Community Services Division. This list is compiled through email requests, the CYPRIS tracking application, public service calls in Spillman, and other requests. District Activity by District 1 239 2 184 3 116 4 103 5 159 6 110 7 117 8 81 9 81 OUT 27 TOTAL 1218 200 S. 3rd Street Yakima, Washington 98901 Telephone (509) 575-6200 Fax (509) 575-6007 Matthew Murray, Chief of Police 1 13% 2 12% 3 12% 4 12% 5 13% 6 9% 7 10% 8 11% 9 7% OUT 1% Activity by District YTD From August 13 to September 15, YPD employees have made or attended 258 outreach opportunities, ranging from meeting a community member in their neighborhood to attending an event in the city. District Activity by District 1 34 2 32 3 30 4 30 5 34 6 24 7 25 8 28 9 19 OUT 2 TOTAL 258 Upcoming events include Community Connections Musters on September 17, the Central Washington State Fair from September 20 – September 29, First Responder Friday at the Ponderosa on September 27, several Block Watch meetings in the city, a Car Seat Awareness Class for Transporters on October 2, a reading at the West Valley Library on October 4, and Community Connections Musters on October 6. Recruiting efforts by Officer Hailie Meyers include assisting with a PT Test of an applicant at Kumler Field, the swearing in of Lateral Officer R. Beleche, and the promotion ceremony of Sergeants S. Grant and J. Masters. Officer Meyers has been in contact with multiple people via email and/or phone who have questions about the hiring process. Officer Meyers is scheduled to be attend a meeting with the Field Group to discuss recruiting advertisement strategies on September 19, lead the SunFair parade in the recruiting vehicle on September 21, attend a two day recruiting event at JBLM on September 24 & 25, work foot patrol at the Downtown Farmer’s Market, and give a classroom presentation at Central Washington University on September 30. Respectfully submitted, Amy Hayes Community Services Officer 1 13% 2 12% 3 12% 4 12% 5 13% 6 9% 7 10% 8 11% 9 7% OUT 1% Activity by District 08/13/19 - 09/15/19 FORCE READINESS YAKIMA POLICE DEPARTMENT SEPTEMBER 2019 143 TOTAL BUDGETED OFFICERS 135 TOTAL ACTUAL 118 TOTAL DEPLOYABLE (All Officers Currently Able to Respond to Calls) 46 NON-COMMISSIONED (Civilian Staff) 17 NON-DEPLOYABLE(Academy Training / Disability / Leave) Allocated Actual Patrol 75 63 Detectives 23 16 Special Assignment 23 15 Sergeant 17 15 Command Staff 10 9 Long Term Leave / Training 0 17 TOTAL 148 135 **Special Assignment:  School Resource Officers, Gang Unit, DEA, K-9, Recruiting, Training CREATED BY YAKIMA POLICE DEPARTMENT 12 2403 South 18th Street Union Gap, Washington 98903 Providing Emergency Communication Services to Yakima County Business Phone: 509.248.9911 Business Fax: 509.576.6555 DATE: September 17, 2019 TO: Public Safety Council City of Yakima FROM: Brad Coughenour, Manager SunComm Subject: Deployment of RapidSOS Chair and members, RapidSOS is a software based tool that was developed and designed exclusively for public safety answer points (PSAPS). The developers at RapidSOS created this tool through the funding and sponsorship of wireless carriers, vendors that produce 911 products, and companies such as Uber who saw the safety in having this tool avaible for their customers. This web-based software supports IPhone and Android operating systems (Smartphones), most flip type phones will not provide the functionality needed for this software. This system does not support landline phone systems. RapidSOS will provide 911 call-takers at SunComm additional tools in locating residents who need assistance and residents and visitors of the county who need medical assistance. In addition, residents and visitors who use Uber. Can feel more secure as this tool will allow a passenger in Uber to press their Shield button associated with the Uber app and which allows the PSAP to follow the vehicle in case of an emergency. This tool will provide the call-taker the original pick up and planned drop off location. In addition, SunComm can inform residents who have children or parents with special needs to associate their needs with the Medical Alert bracelet which will allow the call-taker to see those medical issues or autistic children. The added benefit for parents or guardians using the medical alert system is that this system can be accessed by any PSAP who uses RapidSOS in the US. The program should be fully functional by October 7, 2019. The staff at SunComm is completing the necessary training and the City GIS is sending the necessary mapping files to RapidSOS to complete the portal. This tool inconjunction with Text to 911 and our 911 systems will provide our residents quicker responses. Website reference: RapidSOS.com