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OAKLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT

STRATEGIC PLAN FRAMEWORK

New OPD Motto:


“We will be there when you need us”

February
y 2010
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Oakland Police Department
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Mission

The Mission of the Oakland Police


Department is to provide the people of
Oakland an environment where they y can
live, work, play, and thrive free from crime
and the fear of crime

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Vision for Oakland and the
Oakland Police Department

1. By the Year 2015, Oakland is one of the safest large cities in


California – both in reality and perception
2. The Oakland Police Department provides high quality services in a
Community-driven and customer-friendly manner
3. The Oakland Police Department is trusted, respected, and valued
by those it serves
4. The Oakland Community and the Oakland Police Department work
together to solve Community and neighborhood concerns and
issues
5. The Oakland Police Department is an effective organization,
providing a supportive and positive work environment for its
employees

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Oakland Police Department
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Strategic Goals

1. Focus on the underlying causes of violent crime in


Oakland – gangs, drugs, and guns
2 Improve police services provided based on the
2.
Community’s priorities
3. Improve
p the relationship
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Department and the Community
4. Develop and implement a “total community policing”
model in Oakland
5. Expand the capability of the Oakland Police Department
to meet its mission

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Vision 1: Byy 2015 Oakland is Among g
the Safest Large Cities in California

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Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reports, 2008

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Source: San Jose State University OPD Oakland Resident Opinion Survey, January 2010 (N=868)

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Source: San Jose State University OPD Oakland Resident Opinion Survey, January 2010 (N=868)

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Source: San Jose State University Oakland Crime, Justice, and Police Survey, 2008 (N=810)

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Source: Crimes Cleared 2007, California Office of the Attorney General

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Source: Crimes Cleared 2007, California Office of the Attorney General

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Source: San Jose State University OPD Oakland Resident Opinion Survey, January 2010 (N=868)

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Source: San Jose State University Oakland Crime, Justice, and Police Survey, 2008 (N=810)

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Source: San Jose State University Oakland Crime, Justice, and Police Survey, 2008 (N=810)

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Vision 4: OPD and the Oakland
Community Work Together

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Source: Community Policing Deployment Models & Strategies, Int’l Assoc of Chiefs of Police

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Vision 4: OPD and the Oakland
Community Work Together

Current Reality – Total Community Policing Model


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Source: Community Policing Deployment Models & Strategies, Int’l Assoc of Chiefs of Police

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Vision 5: OPD Is an Effective
Organization – Supporting Employees

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Tasks in Full Actual Practice Compliance 32 of 51
Tasks in Partial Actual Practice Compliance 16 of 51
Tasks Out of Compliance 3 of 51
New Independent Monitoring Team
Began Active Monitoring in January

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Vision 5: OPD Is an Effective
Organization – Supporting Employees

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Source: William J Crampon & Associates OPD Employee Survey, November 2009 (N=788)

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Vision 5: OPD Is an Effective
Organization – Supporting Employees

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Source: William J Crampon & Associates OPD Employee Survey, November 2009 (N=788)

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Vision 5: OPD Is an Effective
Organization – Supporting Employees

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Source: William J Crampon & Associates OPD Employee Survey, November 2009 (N=788)

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Progress So Far

1. Increased police presence on the street by moving


headquarters staff into the field
2 Acquired state-of-the-art
2. state of the art technology to analyze patrol
workload, deploy resources to better match that
workload and analyze existing data
3. Increased the level of coordination with others working
to address violent crime – the Alameda County Sheriff,
DA Probation,
DA, Probation Parole,
Parole FBI,
FBI DEA,
DEA ATF and regional
municipal police agencies

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Progress So Far

4. Increased coordination and sharing of information within


the Department
5. Expanded the level of tactical training and qualifications
testing
6. Centralized the crime analysis function within Criminal
Investigations to provide more coordinated analysis
7 Developed and began implementation of a violence
7.
reduction tactical plan

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Progress So Far

8. Expanded the Public Information function to improve


access to OPD by the media
9. Conducted Community and Employee surveys to
identify perspectives, issues and concerns

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Oakland Police Department Strategic Plan Framework
Strategic Goal 1:
Focus on the Underlying Causes of Violent
Crime in Oakland – Gangs, Drugs, and Guns

P i it Actions
Priority A ti

1. Use state-of-the-art technology to develop a gang and drug


intelligence capability
2. Consolidate and strengthen gang and drug field enforcement
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3. Develop
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M j Crimes
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Unit t focus
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i ti ti off violent
i l t
crimes
4. Modify and strengthen existing laws and ordinances that could help
protect members of the Community and provide more effective
crime-fighting tools

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Oakland Police Department Strategic Plan Framework
Strategic Goal 1:
Focus on the Underlying Causes of Violent
Crime in Oakland – Gangs, Drugs, and Guns

P i it Actions
Priority A ti

5. Work with the Oakland Unified School District to reduce the level of
truancy, and to provide Gang and Drug Resistance Education and
Training to Elementary and Middle School students
6. In the long
long-term,
term, expand Department interaction with youth and
youth development programs including the Explorer Program,
Police Cadet Program, Police Athletic League (PAL), Youth Court,
and Our Kids (O.K.) Mentoring Program

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Oakland Police Department Strategic Plan Framework
Strategic Goal 2:
Improve Top Priority Police
Services Provided to the Community

P i it Actions
Priority A ti
1. Address the deficiencies in OPD’s call center and improve its call
taking and dispatch capabilities
2. Move as many police resources into the field as is practical by
requiring as many sworn personnel as possible to work two shifts
each month in patrol
3. In the long term increase the use of civilian personnel to handle
functions that are currently being done by sworn personnel
4. Use state-of-the-art technology to determine the demand or
workload and need for each OPD service, and identify police
resources needed to p
provide a reasonable service

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Oakland Police Department Strategic Plan Framework
Strategic Goal 2:
Improve Top Priority Police
Services Provided to the Community

P i it Actions
Priority A ti
5. Revise the deployment approach using state-of-the-art technology
to make sure patrol and other resources are matched with the
demand for services or workload to the extent possible
6. Provide a police presence in neighborhoods and establish beat
integrity for patrol units – assigning a patrol unit to each beat and
requiring units to remain in their designated beats as much as
possible
7. Obtain and maintain adequate patrol vehicles so patrol units can be
fielded

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Oakland Police Department Strategic Plan Framework
Strategic Goal 2:
Improve Top Priority Police
Services Provided to the Community

P i it Actions
Priority A ti

8. Reduce the backlog and the processing time for analyzing


evidence
id t supportt investigations
to i ti ti
9. Reduce the backlog of criminal investigations
10 Consolidate
10. Consolidate, expand,
expand and develop our crime analysis capability and
develop a meaningful “Compstat” type capability
11. Reinforce the culture of OPD as one characterized by a
professional demeanor and courteous customer service

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Oakland Police Department Strategic Plan Framework
Strategic Goal 3:
Improve the Relationship Between
the OPD and the Community

P i it Actions
Priority A ti
1. Fully implement the Negotiated Settlement Agreement / MOU -
movingg from compliance
p to making
g the concepts
p an integral
g p part of
police management and operations
2. Reinforce ethical, honest, and professional values within OPD
3. Increase the level of positive interaction between the police officers
in the field and members of the Community – getting officers out of
their cars to talk more with people in the neighborhoods
4. Improve Community awareness and interaction training for all
personnel, focusing on the Field Training Officers

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Oakland Police Department Strategic Plan Framework
Strategic Goal 3:
Improve the Relationship Between
the OPD and the Community

P i it Actions
Priority A ti
5. Increase the Department’s communication with, understanding of,
and interaction with Oakland’s y
youth to improve
p relationships
p and
reduce violence
6. Expand the Department’s efforts to develop Oakland youth and
residents for service in OPD,
OPD and recruit and select residents of
Oakland for positions to the extent possible
7. Improve the language capabilities of the Department and access to
th Department
the D t t by
b Oakland’s
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8. Expand the number of Community volunteers working with OPD,
especially
p y reserve p
police officers

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Oakland Police Department Strategic Plan Framework
Strategic Goal 3:
Improve the Relationship Between
the OPD and the Community

P i it Actions
Priority A ti
9. Expand the use of Community advisory groups that provide input
and
d assist
i t OPD to
t identify
id tif and
d resolve
l issues
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10. Use state-of-the-art technology to better communicate with the
Community (twitter, facebook, blogs, texting, etc)

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Oakland Police Department Strategic Plan Framework
Strategic Goal 4:
Develop and Implement a
“Total Community Policing” Model

P i it Actions
Priority A ti
1. Work with the Community, particularly those who have been involved
in community policing to move to a “Total Community Policing Model”
with
ith the
th entire
ti Department
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segments of OPD involved in and supportive of community policing
2. Re-establish the concepts of beat health and beat responsibility
3. Improve communication and strengthen positive relations with people
in the Community so they are more willing to provide information on
crime
4. Resolve the Measure Y compliance issues
5. Incorporate the Neighborhood Services function into OPD and develop
a close working
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Oakland Police Department Strategic Plan Framework
Strategic Goal 5:
Improve the Capability of
the OPD to Meets its Mission

P i it Actions
Priority A ti
1. Provide clear and consistent direction
2 IImprove communication
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ithi the
th Department
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b implementing
i l ti
initiatives of the Communications Focus Group
3. Identify the demand for police services or workload for the
Department and attempt to match personnel resources to work load
4. Provide the basic tools needed by Department personnel to
perform their functions
5. Treat employees fairly and earn their trust and confidence

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Oakland Police Department Strategic Plan Framework
Strategic Goal 5:
Improve the Capability of
the OPD to Meets its Mission

P i it Actions
Priority A ti

6. Effectively select and implement technology through a “Strategic


T h l
Technology Pl ”
Plan”
7. Improve personnel development and raise the standards for
promotion at all levels
8. Improve and streamline internal investigations and disciplinary
processes while maintaining high standards
9. Strengthen
g tactical knowledge,
g , capability,
p y, and discipline
p within the
Department

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Oakland Police Department Strategic Plan Framework
Strategic Goal 5:
Improve the Capability of
the OPD to Meets its Mission

P i it Actions
Priority A ti

10. Develop and implement a Career Development Program offering


mentoring,
t i t i i and
training d evaluation
l ti to t assist
i t employees
l i achieving
in hi i
their professional goals
11. Improve the relationship and partnership between labor (both
sworn and civilian) and management
12. Monitor employee morale and issues through periodic employee
surveys

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Next Steps
p –
Strategic Plan Implementation

! Review and obtain input on the strategic plan framework


from Community members, city leaders, OPD personnel
and labor
! Develop implementation working groups with department
personnel, Community members, and academia
! Implementation working groups will develop specific actions
and
d steps
t t
to achieve
hi th
the vision
i i and
d oversee its it
implementation

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