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File #: LO21-0006    Version: 0 Name: Quarterly Crime Stats and Violence Prevention Plan
Type: Legislative Oversight Status: In Committee
File created: 3/8/2021 In control: Public Safety and Government Operations
On agenda: Final action:
Enactment #:
Title: Quarterly Crime Stats and Violence Prevention Plan For the purpose of the committee holding a hearing quarterly to review crime statistics for the Police Department, and to monitor the progress of the Biennial Violence Prevention Plan.
Attachments: 1. Hearing Agenda - LO21-0006, 2. Hearing Minutes - LO21-0006, 3. PSGO - Hearing Notes - LO21-0006(1), 4. Final BPD slide deck March 31 2021, 5. MONSE Rollout Overview, 6. BCHD CVPTF CC Presentation 4-7-21, 7. Hearing Agenda - LO21-0006 (2), 8. Hearing Minutes - LO21-0006 (2), 9. PSGO - Hearing Notes - LO21-0006(2), 10. Hearing Agenda - LO21-0006, 11. Hearing Minutes - LO21-0006, 12. PSGO - Hearing Notes - LO21-0006, 13. Final June 30 2021 Oversight Hearing, 14. Hearing Agenda - LO21-0006, 15. Final Sept 29 BPD Oversight Hearing, 16. Hearing Packet - LO21-0006 - Quarterly Crime Statistics, 17. Hearing Minutes - LO21-0006, 18. PSGO - Hearing Notes - LO21-0006 (3), 19. PSGO - Hearing Notes - LO21-0006 (3), 20. Data collection for submission to PSGO, 21. Patrol Staffing Totals (as of 2021-10-27), 22. Crime numbers, clearance rates etc, 23. Hearing Agenda - LO21-0006, 24. Hearing Minutes - LO21-0006 (4), 25. Visualizing CPTED, 26. Final BPD Presentation for Dec 15 Oversight Hearing, 27. PSGO - Hearing Notes - LO21-0006 (4), 28. Hearing Agenda - LO21-0006 (5), 29. BPD Presentation for Jan 5, 30. Hearing Minutes - LO21-0006, 31. PSGO - Hearing Notes - LO21-0006 (5), 32. Final BPD Presentation March 30 2022, 33. Hearing Agenda - LO21-0006, 34. Hearing Minutes - LO21-0006, 35. PSGO - Hearing Notes - LO21-0006 (5), 36. Hearing Agenda - LO21-0006 (2022 -2)

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Quarterly Crime Stats and Violence Prevention Plan

For the purpose of the committee holding a hearing quarterly to review crime statistics for the Police Department, and to monitor the progress of the Biennial Violence Prevention Plan.

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