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File #: 20-0477    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Report and Recommendation Status: Passed
File created: 6/24/2020 In control: *Rules & Legislation Committee
On agenda: Final action: 6/30/2020
Title: Subject: Budget Directives For FY 20-21 From: President Pro Tempore Kalb And Councilmember Bas Recommendation: Adopt A FY20-21 Budget Directive As Follows: City Council Directs The City Administrator To Immediately Undertake A Thorough Review Of 911 And Non-Emergency Police Calls For Service To Determine The Categories And Relative Volume Of Such Calls And To Evaluate Various Alternate Responder Models, Including Those That Include Mental Health Professionals, As Well As Evaluating The Potential For Creating A Civilian Traffic Unit For Most Moving Violations Or Using Technology For Traffic Enforcement, And Other Alternate Responder Opportunities That Would Be More Appropriate To The Nature Of The Service Requests, And To Review Other Strategies To Reduce Or Re-Direct 911 Call Volumes, With The Report Including Possible Action Items And FY21-23 Budget Recommendations Presented To The Council No Later Than October 30, 2020, And With The Police Commission Being Consulted On Such Analys...
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Subject:                      Budget Directives For FY 20-21

From:                                           President Pro Tempore Kalb And Councilmember Bas

Recommendation: Adopt A FY20-21 Budget Directive As Follows: City Council Directs The City Administrator To Immediately Undertake A Thorough Review Of 911 And Non-Emergency Police Calls For Service To Determine The Categories And Relative Volume Of Such Calls And To Evaluate Various Alternate Responder Models, Including Those That Include Mental Health Professionals, As Well As Evaluating The Potential For Creating A Civilian Traffic Unit For Most Moving Violations Or Using Technology For Traffic Enforcement, And Other Alternate Responder Opportunities That Would Be More Appropriate To The Nature Of The Service Requests, And To Review Other Strategies To Reduce Or Re-Direct 911 Call Volumes, With The Report Including Possible Action Items And FY21-23 Budget Recommendations Presented To The Council No Later Than October 30, 2020, And With The Police Commission Being Consulted On Such Analysis Prior To Presentation To City Council