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2012 STRATEGIC PLAN

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2012 STRATEGIC PLAN

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QUALITY OF LIFE

GUIDING STRATEGY

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office will strive to improve the quality of life of the

citizens of Marion County by maintaining a low crime rate and a high crime

clearance rate, thus fostering a sense of peace and security in the community.

STEWARDSHIP

GUIDING STRATEGY

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is committed to maximizing the use of public

tax dollars in the delivery of quality-driven, appropriate and cost effective law

enforcement services to the citizens by ensuring fiscal responsibility for financial

resources received from the county, state and federal governments.

SAFE & MOTIVATED WORK FORCE

GUIDING STRATEGY

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office promotes a work environment where officer

and employee safety, personal development, specialized training, and the use of

state of the art technology are deployed in order to achieve the agency’s mission

and vision.

EXCELLENCE OF SERVICE

GUIDING STRATEGY

The Marion County Sheriff's Office will continue to raise the standard of

excellence in the service it provides to the citizens.

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Table of Contents

District Department ..................................................................................................... 5

Dunnellon ...................................................................................................................... 6

Forest ............................................................................................................................. 7

Marion Oaks ...................................................................................................................8

North Central .................................................................................................................8

Northeast ........................................................................................................................ 9

North Marion ................................................................................................................. 9

Northwest ...................................................................................................................... 11

Ocklawaha ..................................................................................................................... 11

Shores ........................................................................................................................... 13

Silver Springs ............................................................................................................... 15

South Central ............................................................................................................... 16

Southeast ...................................................................................................................... 18

South Marion .............................................................................................................. 18

Southwest ..................................................................................................................... 19

Acquisition Services ................................................................................... 20

Aviation Unit ............................................................................................. 21

Bailiff Services ........................................................................................... 22

Bomb Squad ............................................................................................... 23

Cargo Theft Unit ........................................................................................ 24

Civil Department ....................................................................................... 25

Crisis Intervention Team ........................................................................... 26

DNA Serology ............................................................................................. 27

Emergency Management ........................................................................... 28

Employee Services ..................................................................................... 30

Field Force ................................................................................................ 32

Fiscal ......................................................................................................... 34

Fleet Management ..................................................................................... 36

Forensics ................................................................................................... 37

Fraud Unit ................................................................................................. 39

Grants ........................................................................................................ 40

HIDTA/MADET .......................................................................................... 42

Homicide Unit ........................................................................................... 45

Honor Guard ............................................................................................. 46

Hostage Negotiations ................................................................................. 47

Information Technology Services .............................................................. 47

Inventory Control/Warehouse ................................................................... 49

Inmate Custody & Security Department ..................................................... 49

Juvenile Department ................................................................................. 60

K-9 Unit ..................................................................................................... 62

Latent Unit ................................................................................................ 63

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Major Crimes Department ......................................................................... 64

Mounted Unit ............................................................................................. 65

MYICU ....................................................................................................... 65

Public Information Office .......................................................................... 67

Records/STAR ............................................................................................ 71

Reserve Unit .............................................................................................. 72

Robbery Unit ............................................................................................. 74

Sex Offender/Predator Unit ....................................................................... 75

Special Victims Unit ................................................................................... 76

SWAT ......................................................................................................... 78

Traffic Unit ................................................................................................ 79

Training ..................................................................................................... 79

Underwater Recovery Team ....................................................................... 80

Warrants Unit ............................................................................................ 81

Watch Commanders .................................................................................. 82

Organizational Chart ................................................................................. 85

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DISTRICT DEPARTMENT

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 1 – Enhance method of verifying residential location of documented gang members.

(QoL)

Action Step 1:

Create a countywide protocol for periodic contact with documented gang members at their homes to verify residency.

Person(s) Responsible: All Districts-All District Commanders

Date Due: 06/28/12 On-going

Action Step 2:

Produce a checklist of uniform questions to be asked of the gang member consistent with protecting gang members’ civil

rights, and meeting our goal of residency verification.

Person(s) Responsible: All Districts – All District Commanders, Det. Meyers, Staff Attorney

Date Due: 08/28/12 On-going

Action Step 3:

Conduct checks and report findings to Gang Unit.

Person(s) Responsible: All Districts-All District Commanders

Date Due: 12/28/12 On-going

OBJECTIVE 2 – Create a partnership with the Juvenile Division and the Marion County School Board to enhance

community efforts in educating students on ways to prevent school bullying. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Meet with the Juvenile Division and identify the schools where the majority of bullying complaints have originated from.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Grimes, Lt. DelaRua, Sgt. Welch, Sgt. Nichols

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Identify materials that can be used to educate students about bullying and appropriate ways to respond to it.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. DelaRua, Sgt. Welch, Sgt. Nichols

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Work with identified schools and stress the importance of reporting bullying to school officials.

Person(s) Responsible: All Districts-All District Commanders, SRO’s

Date Due: 3/30/12

Action Step 4:

Present programs in each school.

Person(s) Responsible: All Districts-All District Commanders, SRO’s

Date Due: 9/15/12

OBJECTIVE 3– Develop a new strategy to standardize buying practices by second hand gold dealers when

purchasing gold/jewelry. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Prepare an educational package outlining legal requirements for distribution.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Dotten, Det. VanWeelden

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Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 2:

Identify all second hand dealers in each district:

Person(s) Responsible: All Districts-All District Commanders, District

Detectives

Date Due: 4/15/12

Action Step 3:

Implement educational campaign to known second hand dealers about current legal requirements.

Person(s) Responsible: All Districts-All District Commanders, District

Detectives

Date Due: 5/30/12

Action Step 4:

Conduct periodic inspections of identified dealers to ensure compliance to Florida Law when buying gold/jewelry.

Person(s) Responsible: All Districts-All District Commanders, District Detectives

Date Due: 6/15/12

Action Step 5:

Review findings and present findings at D-Stat presentation

Person(s) Responsible: All Districts – All District Commanders, District Detectives

Date Due: 03/30/12, On-going

DUNNELLON DISTRICT

OBJECTIVE 4– Develop and implement a neighborhood resource officer (N.R.O.) program in an effort to increase

listening posts in the Dunnellon District. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Identify potential listening post areas within the district.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Joiner, Deputies Erickson, Ausenbaugh, Parker

Date Due: 1/15/12

Action Step 2:

Develop a protocol for deployment by district deputies.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Joiner, Det. Tucker

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Select deputies and implement the program.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Joiner, Det. Tucker, District Deputies

Date Due: 6/15/12

Action Step 4:

Provide an end of the year summary of the contacts.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Joiner, Det. Tucker, District Deputies

Date Due: 12/30/12

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FOREST DISTRICT

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 5 – Explore alternate methods for gathering intelligence to aid in crime case closures.

(EoS)

Action Step 1:

Develop a computer search method to determine who the most frequent offenders using time and offenses as criteria.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Sowder, Connie Prince

Date Due: 6/30/12

Action Step 2:

Disseminate the information to district deputies for follow-up.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Sowder, Connie Prince

Date Due: 8/15/12

OBJECTIVE 6– Develop a General Contact Information registry for all agencies having jurisdiction within the

Forest District and Ocala National Forest and publish document. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Identify all agencies having local, state and federal jurisdiction in the Forest District, and National Forest.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Sowder, Forest District Office Team

Date Due: 3/30/12

Action Step 2:

Develop a contact list for citizens and officers.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Sowder, Det. Warmuth, Stephanie Urso

Date Due: 6/15/12

Action Step 3:

Disseminate the list to the community, district offices, officers and business owners within the Forest District utilizing

electronic email and agency website.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Sowder, Callen Shirley, Stephanie Urso, PIO

Date Due: 7/30/12

OBJECTIVE 7– Identify active meth labs in the Forest District and increase the number of arrests by 10%. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Partner with MADET and the United States Forest Service to identify Meth Labs in the Ocala National Forest.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Sowder, Lt. Chesser, Lt. Campbell, District Deputies,

MADET, US Forest Service

Date Due: 10/30/12, Quarterly

Action Step 2:

Use available resources to track purchases of ingredients necessary to produce methamphetamine by known offenders.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Sowder, Drug Unit

Date Due: 11/30/12, Quarterly

Action Step 3:

Conduct operations as needed to target known areas where Meth Labs are prevalent.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Sowder, Lt. Chesser, Lt. Campbell, District Deputies,

Date Due: 11/30/12, Quarterly

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Action Step 4:

Review ops plans and measure results.

Persons Responsible: Lt. Sowder, Lt. Chesser, Lt. Campbell

Date Due: 12/30/12

MARION OAKS

OBJECTIVE 8– Increase positive interactions with elementary and middle school age children in Marion Oaks in

an effort to prevent juvenile delinquency. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Identify the local elementary and middle schools with the greatest number of students who could benefit from these

interactions.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Grimes, Lt. Delarua and Capt. Walker

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Determine a course of action in conjunction with school officials, SRO’s and district deputies to maintain regular contact.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Grimes, Lt. Delarua, Sgt. Welch

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3

Develop a lesson plan of monthly character building topics to be presented, which will include a condensed version of the

REACT program.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Grimes, Sgt. Welch, Lt. Delarua, Dep. Juan Ocasio

Date Due: 04/30/12

Action Step 4:

Make a presentation to Senior Staff to determine the level of support needed for programs.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Grimes

Date Due: 05/15/12

Action Step 5:

Make monthly visits at the elementary and middle schools with messages tailored towards building future positive

relationships and deterring future crime.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Grimes, Dep. Ocasio, Lt. DelaRua

Date Due: 08/30/12, On-going

Action Step 6:

Measure the results to determine impact of law enforcement officer contacts with students.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Grimes

Date Due: 12/30/12

NORTH CENTRAL DISTRICT

OBJECTIVE 9– Develop a strategy to identify, document and reduce the number of calls for service and Part I

crimes in the Ocala Highlands. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Complete a crime analysis of calls for service and Part I Crimes in the Ocala Highlands area in order to identify a crime

trend to develop a potential H.I.P. Area.

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Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Wissinger

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 2:

Upon determining a trend, respond as needed, implement directed patrol and develop a H.I.P. area.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Wissinger, District Deputies

Date Due: 3/30/12

Action Step 3:

Review statistics and measure results.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Wissinger, District Deputies

Date Due: 04/30/12, On-going

NORTHEAST DISTRICT

OBJECTIVE 10– Identify active meth labs in the Northeast District and increase the number of arrests by 10%.

(QoL)

Action Step 1:

Partner with MADET and the United States Forest Service to identify Meth Labs in the Ocala National Forest.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Sowder, Lt. Chesser, Lt. Campbell, District Deputies,

MADET, US Forest Service

Date Due: 10/30/12, Quarterly

Action Step 2:

Use available resources to track purchases of ingredients necessary to produce methamphetamine by known offenders.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Sowder, Drug Unit

Date Due: 10/30/12, Quarterly

Action Step 3:

Conduct operations as needed to target known areas where Meth Labs are prevalent.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Sowder, Lt. Chesser, Lt. Campbell, District Deputies,

Date Due: 10/30/12, Quarterly

Action Step 4:

Review ops plans and measure results.

Persons Responsible Lt. Sowder, Lt. Chesser, Lt. Campbell, District Deputies

Date Due: 12/30/12

NORTH MARION DISTRICT

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 11– Train existing COPS members to be VERT (Volunteer Emergency Response Team)

certified.

Action Step 1:

Recruit VERT members.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Geoff Oldberg

Date Due: 09/15/12

Action Step 2:

Provide training.

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Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Geoff Oldberg

Date Due: 10/15/12

Action Step 3:

Implement program.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Geoff Oldberg

Date Due: 10/30/12

CARRY-OVER FROM 2009 PLAN. OBJECTIVE 12 – Explore the possibility of using new in car video technology or

any other digital means to obtain roadside digital images to enhance FIVO’s (field interrogation and vehicle

observation reports) and investigative lead documents. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Develop electronic FIVO and intelligence reporting forms that can be initiated on an MDT.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Chisholm, Sgt. Richie, Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 8/28/12

Action Step 2:

Develop in car camera to Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) interface.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Chisholm, Sgt. Richie, Ray Mulkey, EIS

Date Due: 9/28/12

Action Step 3:

Implement, conduct a trial, and evaluate results.

Person(s) Responsible: Lts. Pack, Sgt. Richie and Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 10/30/12

OBJECTIVE 13– Partner with the City of Reddick, the Marion County School Board & Parks and Recreation to

provide educational/sports activities on a quarterly basis to promote a positive image of law enforcement. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Identify funding and facilities to host community activities.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Oldberg, Ashley Clark

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Meet with the Reddick City Council and church leaders to gain support and increase volunteer participation at scheduled

events.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Oldberg

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Provide law enforcement presence and support at scheduled events.

Person(s) Responsible: North Marion Deputies, Det. Spates

Date Due: 3/30/12, On-going

Action Step 4:

Have deputies/detective provide book readings and/or educational presentation at Reddick Collier Elementary School on a

quarterly basis.

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Person(s) Responsible: North Marion Deputies/Det. Spates

Date Due: 3/30/12

Action Step 5:

Develop and implement a survey to measure perception of law enforcement by young people prior to and after completion

of the program.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Oldberg

Date Due: 4/30/12, On-going

NORTHWEST DISTRICT

OBJECTIVE 14 – Form a partnership/network with federal and state agencies to ensure compliance with state

statutes by scrap metal recyclers (junk yards). (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Identify representatives from local and state agencies that deal with scrap metal recyclers.

Person(s) Responsible: Det. S. Vanweelden

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Meet with the representatives quarterly to discuss current issues and monitor any changes to Florida State Statutes that

deal with second hand dealers.

Person(s) Responsible: Det. S. Vanweelden

Date Due: 3/30/12, On-going

Action Step 3:

Complete quarterly inspections at scrap metal recyclers within the county.

Person(s) Responsible: Det. S. Vanweelden, District Detectives

Date Due: 4/15/12, On-going

Action Step 4:

Provide a final report and present findings.

Persons Responsible: Det. S. Vanweelden

Date Due: 12/30/12

OCKLAWAHA DISTRICT

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 15 – Explore alternate methods for gathering intelligence to aid in crime case closures.

(EoS)

Action Step 1: -

Develop a computer search to determine who are the most frequent offenders using time and offenses as criteria.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Campbell, Lt. Sowder, Connie Prince

Date Due: 08/28/12

Action Step 2: -

Disseminate the information to district deputies.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Campbell

Date Due: 09/28/12

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CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 16 – Examine methods to expand current technology to aid in reducing the crime rate

or increasing crime closure. (EoS)

Action Step 1: -

Work with Information Technology (IT) to explore expanding the Citizen Portal to include a secure online serial number

database that can be utilized by citizens to record serial numbers of their property in case it gets lost or stolen.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Joiner, Lt. Sowder, Ray Mulkey & Judge Cochran

Date Due: 08/28/12

Action Step 2: -

If feasible, implement the program.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Joiner, Lt. Sowder, Ray Mulkey & Judge Cochran

Date Due: 9/15/12

OBJECTIVE 17 – Identify active meth labs in the Ocklawaha District and increase the number of arrests by 10%.

(QoL)

Action Step 1:

Partner with MADET and the United States Forest Service to identify Meth Labs in the Ocala National Forest.

Person(s) Responsible: Deputies Howie, Miller, Hannweber, Rath

Date Due: 3/15/12, Quarterly

Action Step 2:

Use available resources to track purchases of ingredients necessary to produce methamphetamine by known offenders.

Person(s) Responsible: Deputies Howie, Miller, Hannweber, Rath, Drug Unit

Date Due: 3/15/12, Quarterly

Action Step 3:

Conduct operations to target known areas where Meth Labs are prevalent.

Person(s) Responsible: Deputies Howie, Miller, Hannweber, Rath

Date Due: 3/30/12, Quarterly

Action Step 4:

Review ops plans and measure results.

Persons Responsible: Deputies Howie, Miller, Hannweber, Rath

Date Due: 12/30/12

OBJECTIVE 18 – Develop and implement a plan to assist district detectives in solving property crimes crime

trends in the Ocklawaha District by providing a united immediate team response. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Identify the areas where the crime trends are occurring.

Person(s) Responsible: Det. Tingue, Deputies Woolf and Rasnick, Kathy Collins

Date Due: 2/15/12, On-going

Action Step 2:

Identify areas and assign detectives to solve the trends as needed.

Person(s) Responsible: Det. Tingue, Deputies Woolf and Rasnick, Kathy Collins

Date Due: 3/30/12On-going

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Action Step 3:

Report on activity in D-Stat

Person(s) Responsible: Det. Tingue, Deputies Woolf and Rasnick, Kathy Collins

Date Due: 3/30/12, On-going

SHORES DISTRICT

OBJECTIVE 19– Develop and implement a plan to assist district detectives in solving property crimes crime

trends in the Shores District by providing a united immediate team response. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Identify the areas where the crime trends are occurring.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones, Det. Osborne, Kathy Collins

Date Due: 2/15/12, On-going

Action Step 2:

Identify areas and assign detectives to solve crime trends.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones,

Date Due: 3/30/12, On-going

Action Step 3:

Report on activity in D-Stat

Person(s) Responsible: Det. Tingue, Deputies Woolf and Rasnick

Date Due: 3/30/12, On-going

OBJECTIVE 20– Enhance our crime fighting efforts by equipping the individual deputies with additional skills and

training for solving general Part I crimes. (SMWF)

Action Step 1:

Restructure the patrol daily schedule and provide training on how to utilize various programs (i.e. Finder, PSNet and TLO)

to help solve crimes.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones, Det. Osborne

Date Due: 3/15/12, Quarterly

Action Step 2:

Set up method to monitor the individual deputy’s progress in reference to Part 1 Crimes and the effectiveness of the

training.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Evaluate the quality of reports and individual clearance of the deputies by utilizing the established monitoring system.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones

Date Due: 3/15/12, Quarterly

Action Step 4:

Conduct an end of the year review of the district’s overall clearance rate and measure the effectiveness.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones

Date Due: 12/15/12

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Action Step 5:

Create a PowerPoint to share with other districts

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones

Date Due: 12/15/12

OBJECTIVE 21– Enhance our crime fighting efforts by equipping the individual deputies with additional skills and

training for solving general Part I crimes. (SMWF)

Action Step 1:

Restructure the patrol daily schedule and provide training on how to utilize various programs (i.e. Finder, PSNet and TLO)

to help solve crimes.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones, Det. Osborne

Date Due: 3/15/12, Quarterly

Action Step 2:

Set up method to monitor the individual deputy’s progress in reference to Part 1 Crimes and the effectiveness of the

training.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Evaluate the quality of reports and individual clearance of the deputies by utilizing the established monitoring system.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones

Date Due: 3/15/12, Quarterly

Action Step 4:

Conduct an end of the year review of the district’s overall clearance rate and measure the effectiveness.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones

Date Due: 12/15/12

Action Step 5:

Create a PowerPoint to share with other districts

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones

Date Due: 12/15/12

OBJECTIVE 22– Enhance our crime fighting efforts by equipping the individual deputies with additional skills and

training for solving general Part I crimes. (SMWF)

Action Step 1:

Restructure the patrol daily schedule and provide training on how to utilize various programs (i.e. Finder, PSNet and TLO)

to help solve crimes.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones, Det. Osborne

Date Due: 3/15/12, Quarterly

Action Step 2:

Set up method to monitor the individual deputy’s progress in reference to Part 1 Crimes and the effectiveness of the

training.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones

Date Due: 3/15/12

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Action Step 3:

Evaluate the quality of reports and individual clearance of the deputies by utilizing the established monitoring system.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones

Date Due: 3/15/12, Quarterly

Action Step 4:

Conduct an end of the year review of the district’s overall clearance rate and measure the effectiveness.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones

Date Due: 12/15/12

Action Step 5:

Create a PowerPoint to share with other districts

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones

Date Due: 12/15/12

OBJECTIVE 23 – Increase positive interactions with elementary age school children in the Shores in an effort to

prevent juvenile delinquency. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Identify and attend community events that provide opportunities for elementary students to interact with deputies.

Person(s) Responsible: All District Deputies

Date Due: 2/15/12, Monthly, On-going

Action Step 2:

Meet with school administrators to identify high risk juveniles and develop a program that will have direct impact on at-risk

youths’ ability to make positive choices.

Person(s) Responsible: Deputies Rodriguez, Juliano, Andrews, Mineo

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Acquire the school’s monthly news publication that tracks school events and provide law enforcement presence on a

regular basis.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones

Date Due: 3/30/12, Monthly, On-going

Action Step 4:

Meet with school administrators, parents and students and gather feedback to determine the effectiveness of the law

enforcement interactions.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jones

Date Due: 6/15/12

SILVER SPRINGS DISTRICT

OBJECTIVE 24 – Develop and implement a plan to assist district detectives in solving property crimes crime

trends in the Silver Springs District by providing a united immediate team response. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Identify the areas where the crime trends are occurring.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Kelly, Kathy Collins

Date Due: 1/30/12, On-going

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Action Step 2:

Identify areas and assign detectives to solve the trends.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Kelly

Date Due: 3/30/12, As needed

Action Step 3:

Report on activity in D-Stat

Person(s) Responsible: Det. Tingue, Deputies Woolf and Rasnick

Date Due: 3/30/12, On-going

OBJECTIVE 25– Implement a program to prevent construction thefts during the Baseline Road construction

project. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Partner with the owner/site foreman to develop strategies to deter/reduce crimes at the construction site.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Kelly

Date Due: 1/30/12, On-going

Action Step 2:

Educate the site foreman on the possibility of internal thefts and suggest ways to properly maintain accountability of all

construction materials due to multiple subcontractors.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Kelly, Det. Ray

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 3:

Utilize uniform patrol and COPS units to routinely conduct security checks on the site throughout the building process,

especially on nights and weekends.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Kelly, Silver Springs Deputies, COPS volunteers

Date Due: 3/30/12, On-going

Action Step 4:

Report on activity in D-Stat

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Kelly, Silver Springs Deputies

Date Due: 3/30/12, On-going

SOUTH CENTRAL DISTRICT

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 26 – Assist the Department of Environmental Protection, Greenways and Trails

Division, in establishing GPS points throughout the trails in Marion County to assist with the search and rescue

efforts of lost or injured citizens. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Meet with the multiple agencies to determine the best way to assist them in setting up GPS points throughout the

Greenways and Trails.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Dep. J. Jones, Karl Oltz

Date Due: 09/28/12

Action Step 2:

Educate all Patrol Deputies in the proper procedure in locating these GPS points throughout the Greenways and Trails and

properly equip the district offices with the necessary equipment to help locate lost or injured persons.

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Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Dep. J. Jones, Karl Oltz

Date Due: 10/15/12

Action Step 3:

Meet with all involved agencies to create an after action report to determine ways to improve on the response to the lost or

injured person(s) for future reference.

Person(s) Responsible: All District Commanders, Patrol Sgts, Lt. Dixon

Date Due: 11/15/12 On-going

OBJECTIVE 27– Develop and implement a plan to assist district detectives in solving property crimes crime

trends in the South Central District by providing a united immediate team response. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Identify the areas where the crime trends are occurring.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Det. Spillman

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Identify areas and assign detectives to solve crime trends.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Det. Spillman

Date Due: 2/15/12, On-going

OBJECTIVE 28– Collaborate with the Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) Division of Law

Enforcement and the Office of the Greenways and Trails to combat the solicitation of sexual advances within their

state parks located in Marion County. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Research past reports and arrest records to determine the most likely times, places and person(s) that may be involved in

illegal sexual activity in the parks.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Dep. Thoresen, Teri Barnes

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Meet with the Department of Environmental Protection’s Law Enforcement Division (DEP) and the Office of the Greenways

and Trails to discuss ways to combat the solicitation of unwanted/wanted sexual activity within the Greenways Parks.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Dep. Thoresen

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Utilize undercover officers to conduct surveillance in the parks in an effort to identify and arrest violators who solicit or

engage in illegal sexual activity in the park.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Dep. Thoresen

Date Due: 4/15/12

Action Step 4:

Utilize the local media outlets to publicize the arrests in an effort to deter future crimes.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Dep. Thoresen, PIO

Date Due: 5/15/12, On-going

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Action Step 5:

Review records at the end of the year to measure the effectiveness and determine if there was a decrease in the number

of illegal sexual activity complaints and arrests in the parks.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Dep. Thoresen, Teri Barnes

Date Due: 12/15/12

Action Step 6:

Have Bike Patrol monitor the area periodically as a deterrent and report on success.

Person(s) Responsible: Bike Patrol

Date Due: 03/30/12, Ongoing

SOUTHEAST DISTRICT

OBJECTIVE 29– Develop a strategy to identify, document and reduce the number of calls for service and Part I

crimes in the Juniper area. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Research past reports and arrest records to determine the most likely times and possible suspects that may be involved in

committing Part I offenses.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Chisholm, Det. Vowinkel

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Conduct quarterly proactive details in the area to deter Part I offenses.

Person(s) Responsible: All Southeast District Deputies

Date Due: 3/30/12

Action Step 3:

Utilize the local media outlets to publicize the arrests in an effort to deter future crimes.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Chisholm, Judge Cochran, Det. Vowinkel

Date Due: 3/30/12, On-going

Action Step 4:

Evaluate effectiveness of plan.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Chisholm, Det. Vowinkel, Kathy Collins

Date Due: 12/15/12

Action Step 5:

Report on activity in D-Stat

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Chisholm, Det. Vowinkel, Kathy Collins

Date Due: 3/30/12, On-going

SOUTH MARION DISTRICT

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 30 – Develop a way to address issues associated with panhandling in public locations.

(QoL)

Action Step 3:

Develop and implement plan.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Byrd, Det. King

Date Due: 8/15/12

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Action Step 4:

Present plan to Senior Staff.

Person(s) Responsible: District Lieutenants

Date Due: 09/30/12

SOUTHWEST DISTRICT

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 31– Develop a way to address issues associated with panhandling in public locations.

(QoL)

Action Step 3:

Develop and implement plan.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Burton, Sgt. Pulford

Date Due: 7/30/12

Action Step 4:

Present plan to Senior Staff.

Person(s) Responsible: District Lieutenants

Date Due: 09/30/12

OBJECTIVE 32 – Research and identify available surveillance, technology and maintenance equipment that can be

purchased in order to increase efficiency in undercover operations that would otherwise go unsolved. (SMWF)

Action Step 1:

Research available surveillance equipment costs and maintenance.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Burton, Sgt. Pulford

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 2:

Research possible funding sources.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Burton, Sgt. Pulford, Ashley Clark

Date Due: 4/15/12

Action Step 3:

Purchase surveillance equipment then deploy throughout county in each district as needed.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Burton, Lt. Dotten, Sgt. Pulford

Date Due: 7/30/12

OBJECTIVE 32A– Increase positive interactions with elementary and middle school age children in Marion Oaks in

an effort to prevent juvenile delinquency. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Identify the local elementary and middle schools with the greatest number of students who could benefit from these

interactions.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Burton, Sgt. Pulford

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Determine a course of action in conjunction with school officials, SRO’s and district deputies to maintain regular contact.

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Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Burton, Sgt. Pulford

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3

Develop a lesson plan of monthly character building topics to be presented, which will include a condensed version of the

REACT program.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Burton, Sgt. Pulford, Sgt. Welch, Lt. DelaRua, Dep. Wiles & Greene

Date Due: 04/30/12

Action Step 4:

Make a presentation to Senior Staff to determine the level of support needed for programs.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Burton, Sgt. Pulford

Date Due: 05/15/12

Action Step 5:

Make monthly visits at the elementary and Liberty Middle School with messages tailored towards building future positive

relationships and deterring future crime.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Burton, Sgt. Pulford, Lt. DelaRua, Dep. Wiles & Greene

Date Due: 08/30/12, On-going

Action Step 6:

Measure the results to determine impact of law enforcement officer contacts with students.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Burton, Sgt. Pulford

Date Due: 12/30/12

ACQUISITION SERVICES

OBJECTIVE 33– Evaluate the current paper towel usage agency wide and determine best type of towel and

dispenser to use to achieve best value and cost savings. (S)

Action Step 1:

Formulate and analyze a cost comparison of current towels and dispensers to determine a cost savings and make a

determination on dispensers and towels to utilize.

Person(s) Responsible: D. Earp, W. Blaznik

Date Due: 02/01/12

Action Step 2:

Review restrooms agency wide to determine total number of replacement dispensers required. (Note: dispensers will be

provided at no cost from the vendor).

Person(s) Responsible: D. Earp, W. Blaznik

Date Due: 03/1/12

Action Step 3:

Contact awarded vendor to implement a plan of action to install replacement dispensers.

Person(s) Responsible: W. Blaznik

Date Due: 03/15/12

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Action Step 4:

Provide a cost savings report to senior management.

Person(s) Responsible: D. Earp

Date Due: 03/30/12

OBJECTIVE 34– Evaluate the current soap usage agency wide and determine the best type of soap and dispenser

to use to achieve best value and cost savings. (S)

Action Step 1:

Formulate and analyze a cost comparison of current soap and dispensers to determine a cost savings and make a

determination on dispensers and soap to utilize.

Person(s) Responsible: D. Earp, W. Blaznik

Date Due: 04/15/12

Action Step 2:

Review restrooms agency wide to determine total number of replacement dispensers required. (Note: dispensers will be

provided at no cost from the vendor).

Person(s) Responsible: D. Earp, W. Blaznik

Date Due: 05/01/12

Action Step 3:

Contact awarded vendor to implement a plan of action to install replacement dispensers.

Person(s) Responsible: W. Blaznik

Date Due: 05/15/12

Action Step 4:

Provide a cost savings report to senior management.

Person(s) Responsible: D. Earp

Date Due: 05/30/12

AVIATION UNIT

OBJECTIVE 35 – Ensure Aviation Unit sustainability by training two individuals as pilots to the private instrument

level. (SMWF)

Action Step 1:

Select two employees to attend helicopter flight training for succession planning.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Dixon, Sgt. Standridge

Date Due: 3/30/12

Action Step 2:

Begin ground instruction for the helicopter written examination.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Standridge, Dep. Newsom

Date Due: 4/1/12

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Action Step 3:

Select an appropriate flight school to conduct the required flight training and begin said training.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Dixon, Sgt. Standridge

Date Due: 6/1/12

Action Step 4:

Complete the FAA flight evaluation and FAA written examination.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Dixon, Sgt. Standridge

Date Due: 9/30/12

OBJECTIVE 36- Increase operational capabilities by providing instrument training to one pilot in a fixed wing

aircraft which can be used during agency/aviation surveillance operations. (SMWF)

Action Step 1:

Identify a suitable candidate to attend the training.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Dixon

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Identify a suitable flight school to administer the training.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Dixon

Date Due: 2/29/12

Action Step 3:

Complete training as outlined by the FAA

Person(s) Responsible: Selected pilot

Date Due: 5/30/12

BAILIFF SERVICES

OBJECTIVE 37: Provide comprehensive and on-going training for bailiffs to maintain efficiency with

courtroom procedures for each Judge’s need. (SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Identify areas that need additional training.

Persons Responsible: Lt. J. Wright

Date Due: 2/28/12

Action Step 2:

Bailiffs assigned to Judges to provide continuing training on courtroom procedures.

Persons Responsible: Lt. J. Wright, Bailiffs

Date Due: 3/28/12

Action Step 3:

Implement training.

Persons Responsible: Lt. J. Wright, Bailiffs

Date Due: 3/28/12, monthly

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BOMB SQUAD

CARRY-OVER: OBJECTIVE 38– Implement a Secondary Temporary Range for Bomb Squad Disposal and Training.

(SMWF)

Action Step 1:

Locate areas in Marion County suitable for a bomb range:

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Pistarelli, Sgt. Gold

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 2:

Make contact with property owner(s) and receive permission to use property.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Pistarelli, Sgt. Gold

Date Due: 4/30/12

Action Step 3:

Provide written permission from property owner and provide to MCSO Legal Advisor.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Pistarelli, Sgt. Gold

Date Due: 6/30/12

Action Step 4:

Develop the site for usage.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Pistarelli, Sgt. Gold

Date Due: 8/30/12

OBJECTIVE 39– Send bomb technicians to Advanced Hazardous Materials and Devices trainings. (SMWF)

Action Step 1:

Meet with Training to locate advanced classes.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Gold, Dep. Jones, Dep. Counts

Date Due: 3/1/12

Action Step 2:

Contact Course Administrators for availability of local and travel classes.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Gold, Dep. Jones, Dep. Counts

Date Due: 4/30/12

Action Step 3:

Schedule classes.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Gold, Dep. Jones, Dep. Counts

Date Due: 6/30/12

Action Step 4:

Send Bomb Techs to training.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Gold, Dep. Jones, Dep. Counts

Date Due: 9/30/12

OBJECTIVE 40 – Conduct Bomb Squad training with Bomb Detection K-9. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Meet with Lt. Turner and Dep. Bowen to compare training schedules.

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Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Gold, Dep. Counts

Date Due: 2/1/12

Action Step 2:

Coordinate training days that K-9 is available to involve bomb detection dog related activities.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Gold, Dep. Counts

Date Due: 3/15/12

OBJECTIVE 41 – Conduct advanced training with Marion County Fire Rescue Hazardous Materials Team. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Meet with MCFR Supervisors to develop a training schedule

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Gold, Dep. Lowrey

Date Due: 3/1/12

Action Step 2:

Develop specialized training sessions.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Gold, Dep. Lowrey

Date Due: 4/30/12

Action Step 3:

Conduct joint trainings.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Gold, Dep. Lowrey

Date Due: 9/30/12

Action step 4:

Evaluate efficiency of training

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Gold

Date Due: 12/30/12

CARGO THEFT UNIT

CARRY-OVER 2010 & 2011- OBJECTIVE 42– Create and lobby for a Federal Cargo Theft Statute that carries

minimum mandatory sentencing guidelines for cargo theft offenders. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Obtain House and Senate approval on proposed bill.

Person(s) Responsible: Congressman Cliff Stearns and Legislative Staff, & the National Cargo

Theft Legislative Team

Date Due: 09/15/12

Action Step 2:

Obtain presidential signature on the bill and/or it becomes law without a signature.

Person(s) Responsible: Congressman Cliff Stearns and Legislative Staff, & the National Cargo

Theft Legislative Team

Date Due: 12/15/12

OBJECTIVE 43– Obtain commercial driver’s licenses for members of the Cargo Theft Unit. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Complete the written test to obtain a CDL license

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Person(s) Responsible: Detectives Levay & Dice

Date Due: 01/31/12

Action Step 2:

Obtain driver’s training required for issuance for CDL license.

Person(s) Responsible: Detectives Levay, Dice & Lieutenant Englebright

Date Due: 03/31/12

Action Step 3:

Complete the CDL driving examination and obtain CDL license.

Person(s) Responsible: Detectives Levay & Dice

Date Due: 04/30/12

OBJECTIVE 44 – Modernize the cargo theft task force decoy trailers. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Update decoy trailer charging systems.

Person(s) Responsible: Detective Dice & Fleet Radio Shop

Date Due: 01/31/12

Action Step 2:

Install decoy trailer video surveillance capability.

Person(s) Responsible: Detective Dice & Fleet Radio Shop

Date Due: 05/31/12

Action Step 3:

Obtain and rotate new decoy cargo loads.

Person(s) Responsible: Detective Dice

Date Due: 08/31/12

CIVIL DEPARTMENT

OBJECTIVE 45: Establish an alternative network connection source to augment the current connections in case of

future technical problems. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Meet with IT and Court Administration to determine the availability of a network connection.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. A. Parr, IT Tom Schmidt, Corporal Q. Sampson, Court

Administration,

Date Due: 3/28/12

Action Step 2:

Implement the connection.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. A. Parr, IT Tom Schmidt, Court Administration,

Date Due: 4/28/12

OBJECTIVE 46: Enhance the efficiency of the Transportation Unit through further integration between Warrants,

Transportation, Classifications, and the Bailiffs. (EoS)

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Action Step 1:

Identify areas where job assignments are aliened or integration would expedite processes.

Persons Responsible: Lt. A. Ramirez, Sgt. C. Thomas, Sgt. Jennifer Lucky

Sgt. Moore

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 2:

Provide cross training of the identified job assignments providing a more fluid and efficient process.

Persons Responsible: Lt. A. Ramirez, Sgt. C. Thomas, Sgt. Jennifer Lucky

Sgt. Moore

Date Due: 9/15/12

CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAM

OBJECTIVE 47: Explore the feasibility of partnering with the Marion County Senior Alliance and Adult DCF to

formulate a course of action to improve response and assistance when searching for elderly dementia patients.

(QoL)

Action Step 1:

Coordinate with the MC Senior Alliance and Adult Protective Services (DCF) personnel to discuss assistance programs.

Persons Responsible: Capt. A. Walker, Detective J. Freeman, APS Tim Travis (DCF),

Senior Alliance

Date Due: 6/15/12

Action Step 2:

Explore funding opportunity to support the program. Partnership with APS (DCF) and Senior Alliance to implement secure

possible funding for GPS location devices for dementia patients.

Persons Responsible: Capt. A. Walker, Detective J. Freeman, APS (DCF), Senior Alliance

Date Due: 8/28/12

Action Step 3:

Coordinate efforts to improve response by APS and implement the program.

Persons Responsible: Capt. A. Walker, Detective J. Freeman, APS (DCF), Senior Alliance

Date Due: 9/15/12

Action Step 4:

For identified wanderer/dementia

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Walker

Date Due: 09/30/12

Action Step 5:

Report on results to Command Staff

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Walker

Date Due: 12/30/12

OBJECTIVE 48: Utilize grant funding, outside donations and community resources to provide Crisis Intervention

Team training for patrol deputies and correctional officers. (SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Research funding opportunities and establish lesson plans to train MCSO personnel.

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Persons Responsible: Sgt. A. Nichols, Ashley Clark, Cindy Turner, David Westgate

Date Due: 4/15/12

Action Step 2:

Coordinate with the training unit to develop a schedule to present training material.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. A. Nichols, Ashley Clark, Cindy Turner, David Westgate

Date Due: 8/15/12

Action Step 3:

Conduct the training.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. A. Nichols, Ashley Clark, Cindy Turner, David Westgate

Date Due: 8/28/12

DNA SEROLOGY LAB

CARRY-OVER from 2011 - OBJECTIVE 49 – Complete ASCLD/LAB Standards. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Complete written standards for DNA Unit.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenants Redmond & Owens, Lydia Hightower, Nicki Palmer

Date Due: 08/15/12

Action Step 2:

Review and approve the written standards

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Sue Livoti

Date Due: 09/15/12

Action Step 3:

Enact standards through training sessions.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Sue Livoti

Date Due: 10/15/12 and ongoing

Action Step 4:

Monitor compliance of standards through audits and file folder review.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Sue Livoti, Nicki Palmer, Kayla Fitzgerald

Date Due: 11/15/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 50: Apply for ASCLD accreditation (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Submit paperwork informing ASCLD/LAB of readiness for assessment.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond

Date Due: 11/15/12

Action Step 2:

Facilitate needs of assessors during the assessment process.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond

Date Due: 12/31/12

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OBJECTIVE 51: Evaluate continued use, refurbishment or replacement of the aging Major Crimes Evidence Van.

(EoS)

Action Step 1:

Take the van to Van-Mor and have it evaluated for entire replacement, partial replacement and/or refurbishment.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Redmond,

Date Due: 03/15/12

Action Step 2:

Based on Van-Mor’s expert opinion, make recommendation on whether to replace chassis, replace entire vehicle or have

box area refurbished and re-wired.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Redmond, Vehicle Committee

Date Due: 04/15/12

Action Step 3:

Present findings.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Redmond

Date Due: 05/15/12

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 52 –Establish the Unified Command Room of the Emergency Operations Center as a

command and control room for incident command during a major incident. (SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Study the evaluations from several Drills to determine what equipment would be needed to outfit the room.

Person(s) Responsible: Robert Johnson/Chip Wildy

Date Due: 09/20/12

Action Step 2:

Purchase systems for the room.

Person(s) Responsible: Robert Johnson, Susan Olson

Date Due: 09/20/12

Action Step 3:

Train personnel on the new technology.

Person(s) Responsible: Robert Johnson

Date Due: 12/01/12

Action Step 4:

Evaluate new technology, and make appropriate adjustments.

Person(s) Responsible: Robert Johnson, Chip Wildy

Date Due: 12/01/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 53- Construct sleeping quarters for the Emergency Operations Center.

Action Step 1:

Complete Federal requirements for obtaining the already appropriated funding.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Robert Johnson, Andy Race,

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Date Due: 04/30/12

Action Step 2:

Work with contractor and the county to complete the construction.

Person(s) Responsible Chip Wildy, Sgt. Robert Johnson

Date Due 12/20/12

Action Step 3;

Complete the purchasing of approved items to enhance the capabilities of the EOC.

Person(s) Responsible Sgt. Robert Johnson, Susan Olson

Date Due 12/20/12

OBJECTIVE 54– Reorganize MERT (Marion Emergency Radio Team) into an ICS formatted organization. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Utilize the existing training which the volunteer unit has taken and focus it into a practical configuration.

Person(s) Responsible: Robert Johnson

Date Due: 06/23/12

Action Step 2:

Conduct a series of drills and exercises to test the readiness of the unit.

Person(s) Responsible: Chip Wildy, Robert Johnson, Jeremiah Powell

Date Due: 12/01/12

OBJECTIVE 55: Conduct the first “soft Target” exercise in the state of Florida. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Assemble planning committee, and plan the exercise.

Person(s) Responsible Robert Johnson

Date Due: 03/25/12

Action Step 2:

Secure funding through the existing grant process.

Person(s) Responsible Robert Johnson, and Ashley Clark

Date Due: 05/15/12

Action Step 3:

Conduct the full scale drill for the community.

Person(s) Responsible: Robert Johnson

Date Due: 06/25/12

Action Step 4:

Conduct after action briefing, assess the performance of all entities involved, and make recommendations.

Person(s) Responsible: Robert Johnson

Date Due: 07/01/12

OBJECTIVE 56: To better facilitate the organization and storage of our support resources (EoS)

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Action Step 1:

Identify and assess the existing support equipment.

Person(s) Responsible Chip Wildy

Date Due: 07/30/12

Action Step 2:

Dispose of antiquated and unserviceable equipment.

Person(s) Responsible Chip Wildy

Date Due: 08/30/12

Action Step 3:

Identify sites on existing campus to erect covered storage space.

Person(s) Responsible: Chip Wildy

Date Due: 09/30/12

Action Step 4:

Identify funding of construction for covered storage space.

Person(s) Responsible: Chip Wildy

Date Due: 10/30/12

Action Step 5:

Organize storage according to unit/division.

Person(s) Responsible Chip Wildy

Date Due: 11/15/12

Action Step 6:

Submit plan for approval.

Person(s) Responsible Chip Wildy

Date Due: 11/30/12

EMPLOYEE SERVICES

CARRY-OVER from the 2011 Plan OBJECTIVE 57: Maintain a ratio of less than 21 worker’s compensation

incidents per 100 employees, the average of our best Florida peer. (SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Partner with Hunt Insurance to tabulate and compare Marion County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO’s) workers compensation

experience data versus other Hunt Insurance covered Florida clients, specifically Sheriff’s Offices.

Person(s) Responsible: Safety Committee, HR Director Dave Palmer, Dawn Heath; Hunt Rep.

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 2:

Evaluate with Hunt Insurance areas focus areas for wellness programs and safety training.

Person(s) Responsible: HR Director Dave Palmer, Dawn Heath; Hunt Rep; Safety Committee

Date Due: 4/15/12

Action Step 3:

Evaluate the physical fitness pre-employment standards, change as necessary and report on modifications to the process.

Person(s) Responsible: HR Director Dave Palmer, Dawn Heath, Hunt Rep, Safety Committee

Date Due: 06/15/12

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Action Step 4:

Set up training. Evaluate use of Power DMS to deliver training.

Person(s) Responsible: HR Director Dave Palmer, Dawn Heath; Sgt. Starling, Hunt Rep, Training

Date Due: 7/15/12

Action Step 5:

Continue safety committee activities with regular meetings and safety inspections.

Person(s) Responsible: HR Director Dave Palmer, Dawn Heath; Safety Committee, Hunt Ins.

Date Due: On-going Quarterly beginning

CARRYOVER From the 2011 Plan. OBJECTIVE 58 - The development of an enhanced in-house performance

appraisal system. (SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Create drafts of performance evaluation instrument(s) including electronic drafts forms based upon the selection from

benchmarked Sheriff’s Offices and industry HR Associations.

Person(s) Responsible: D. Palmer, D Heath, K. Neale, MCSO IT Staff, Evaluation

Committee Members

Date Due: 03/15/12

Action Step 2:

Present draft instrument(s) and summary documentation to Senior Staff for approval prior to revising and updating

instructions, manuals and applicable operations directives.

Person(s) Responsible: D. Palmer, J. Holland

Date Due: 04/2/12

Action Step 3:

Create and update performance evaluation user manual/instructions and operations directives based upon the approved

format and process.

Person(s) Responsible: D. Palmer, D. Heath, K. Neale, MCSO IT Staff

Date Due: 05/30/12

Action Step 4:

Implement the new performance appraisal system using briefings, supervisory training and the Personnel Management

System (Power DMS), where applicable.

Person(s) Responsible: D. Palmer, D. Heath, K. Neale, IT Staff, Training Staff

Date Due: 06/29/12

OBJECTIVE 59: (Maintenance Objective) Maintain a turn-over rate below the median of International City/County

Managers’ Association (ICMA) organizations with a population of 300,000 to 400,000 citizens. (SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Determine the current turnover rate for the Agency for the last fiscal year.

Person(s) Responsible: Dave Palmer & Dawn Heath

Date Due: 1/03/12 & Ongoing monthly and annual calculation

Action Step 2:

Compare MCSO turnover rate with current edition of Comparative Performance Measurement, Data Report for comparably

sized Agencies in the 300,000 to 400,00 citizen’s range.

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Person(s) Responsible: Dave Palmer & Dawn Heath

Date Due: 05/01/12

Action Step 3:

Evaluate and make recommendations as necessary.

Person(s) Responsible: Dave Palmer & Dawn Heath

Date Due: 05/30/12

Action Step 4:

Telephonic follow-up with exit interview 60-90 after employment separation; analyze and report on the findings.

Person(s) Responsible: Dave Palmer & Dawn Heath

Date Due: 06/30/12

OBJECTIVE 60: Develop and issue a Request for Proposal for Human Resources Information System (HRIS) and

make recommendations to Sheriff’s Staff on best approach to improve efficiency through this technology.

(SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Support services work team/task group to assist in developing draft RFP to include project scope, features, price, user

ease, integration across functions including payroll, position management, recruiting and training records, compatibility with

existing systems-interoperability, fit within the organization, ability to update, etc.)

Person(s) Responsible: D. Palmer, HR Staff, Support Services Committee, IT

Date Due: 01/31/12

Action Step 2:

Compile and issue an RFP for an integrated HRIS systems suitable for use at MCSO.

Person(s) Responsible: D. Palmer, Dawn Heath, Purchasing Manager, IT

Date Due: 02/29/12

Action Step 3:

Rate and Rank potential HRIS systems proposals for future MCSO consideration and possible implementation based upon

criteria set by the work team.

Person(s) Responsible: D. Palmer, Dawn Heath, Purchasing Manager, Jeremiah Powell,

Support Services Committee, IT

Date Due: 4/15/12

Action Step 4:

Submit HRIS proposal package for funding and procurement.

Person(s) Responsible: D. Palmer, Purchasing Manager; Jerry Holland

Date Due: 5/1/12

FIELD FORCE

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 61 – Implement a plan to conduct a multi agency Field Force (Rapid Response Team)

training exercise, with all law enforcement agencies within Marion County. (QoL)

Action Step 3:

Conduct training.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Sgt. Denault, Sgt. Padgett, Lt. Englebright

Date Due: 07/28/12

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Action Step 4:

Evaluate effectiveness of training.

Person(s) Responsible: Major Craig, Capt. Vowinkel, Capt. Dickson, Lt. McFatten,

Lt. Englebright, Sgt. Padgett

Date Due: 01/15/13

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 62 – Improve the service to the community and the readiness of the Field Force Team

by improving the capabilities of the Field Force through training conducted throughout the year. (SaMWF)

Action Step 4:

Develop an end of the year Multi Agency Training Exercise with other local law enforcement agencies to measure the

effectiveness of the yearly training.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Lt. Englebright, Sgt. Denault, Sgt. Padgett

Date Due: 11/15/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 63 – Develop a consistent training program to ensure proper readiness for every Field

Force member in the event of an emergency situation. (EoS)

Action Step 4: Develop and evaluate a Multi-Agency Training Exercise with other local law enforcement agencies to

measure the effectiveness of the Field Force Team in the event of an actual emergency situation.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Lt. Englebright, Sgt. Denault, Sgt. Padgett

Date Due: 11/15/12

OBJECTIVE 64 – Create a pocket size check off list to aid Officers in Charge (OIC) in the event of a missing and or

lost person(s). (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Form a committee.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Sgt. Denault, Sgt. Padgett

Date Due: 2/1/12

Action Step 2:

Identify available resources.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Sgt. Denault, Sgt. Padgett

Date Due: 3/1/12

Action Step 3:

Prepare list.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Sgt. Denault, Sgt. Padgett

Date Due: 3/1/12

Action Step 4:

Submit for review.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Sgt. Denault, Sgt. Padgett

Date Due: 4/1/12

Action Step 5:

Purchase cards.

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Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Sgt. Denault, Sgt. Padgett

Date Due: 5/1/12

Action Step 6:

Distribute cards and install on MDT.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. McFatten, Sgt. Denault, Sgt. Padgett

Date Due: 6/15/12

FISCAL

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 64(A) – Establish the use of paperless timesheets throughout the Agency. (S)

Action Step 1

Contact various software providers including ACCUFUND to identify potential timesheet solutions.

Person(s) Responsible: Jeremiah Powell, Melissa Reese, & Donna Sullivan, Ray Mulkey,

Connie Prince

Date Due: 06/30/12

Action Step 2

Evaluate the various types of paperless timesheets to determine the most efficient and economical solution.

Person(s) Responsible: Jeremiah Powell, Melissa Reese, Donna Sullivan

Date Due: 08/31/12

Action Step 3:

Implement paperless timesheets throughout the agency if feasible.

Person(s) Responsible: Jeremiah Powell, Melissa Reese, & Donna Sullivan

Date Due: 10/31/12

OBJECTIVE 65: Improve the reconciliation process of the Evidence account to ensure all records are accurately

recorded.

Action Step 1:

Modify evidence reconciliation sheet and procedures to include reviewer signature prior to preparation of the bank

reconciliation.

Person(s) Responsible: Jeremiah Powell, David Redmond

Date Due: 4/30/12

Action Step 2:

Develop a check list of appropriate controls to improve the bank reconciliation process.

Person(s) Responsible: Jeremiah Powell

Date Due: 6/30/12

Action Step 3:

Change procedures to ensure all steps are complete before final review.

Person(s) Responsible: Jeremiah Powell

Date Due: 8/30/12

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OBJECTIVE 66: Increase the efficiency of the accounts payable process by updating the accounts payable

procedures.

Action Step 1:

Review spreadsheets currently maintained to monitor usage of utilities, printing, etc. to determine functionality and modify

the appropriate spreadsheets.

Person(s) Responsible: Rhonda Rutkoski, & Kathy Bench

Date Due: 03/30/12

Action Step 2:

Evaluate the accounts payable tracking capability in AccuFund to determine if it can be utilized in lieu of manual

spreadsheets to reduce data entry.

Person(s) Responsible: Rhonda Rutkoski, & Kathy Bench

Date Due: 06/30/12

Action Step 3:

Utilize AccuFund reports instead of Excel Spreadsheets where applicable.

Person(s) Responsible: Rhonda Rutkoski, & Kathy Bench

Date Due: 09/30/12

OBJECTIVE 67: Improve the inmate medical charging process to increase efficiency and increase collectability.

Action Step 1:

Analyze our current process for charging inmates for medical services.

Person(s) Responsible: Bonnie Herrera, Loretha Tolbert-Rich

Date Due: 03/30/12

Action Step 2:

Contact other jail facilities and inquire how they process inmate medical charges.

Person(s) Responsible: Bonnie Herrera, Loretha Tolbert-Rich

Date Due: 06/30/12

Action Step 3:

Compare our process to the findings of the inquiry. Evaluate and implement changes that can be made to our process to

reduce data entry, speed up process of charging inmate accounts, and increase the percent of medical fees collected.

Person(s) Responsible: Bonnie Herrera, Loretha Tolbert-Rich

Date Due: 12/30/12

OBJECTIVE 68: Develop import templates for the accounts receivable and budget process to increase efficiency.

Action Step 1:

Identify routine tasks that could be simplified by creating a template and importing the data into AccuFund.

Person(s) Responsible: Melissa Reese, Donna Sullivan, & Bonnie Herrera

Date Due: 03/30/12

Action Step 2:

Create data import templates using Excel.

Person(s) Responsible: Melissa Reese, Donna Sullivan, & Bonnie Herrera

Date Due: 06/30/12

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Action Step 3:

Create import model in AccuFund.

Person(s) Responsible: Melissa Reese, Donna Sullivan, & Bonnie Herrera

Date Due: 09/30/12

OBJECTIVE 69: Cross train personnel in the Accounting Division on key tasks to ensure continuity of operations.

Action Step 1:

Cross training of accounts payable clerks to insure all functions of accounts payable can be performed by both accounts

payable clerks.

Person(s) Responsible: Rhonda Rutkoski, Kathy Bench, & Melissa Reese

Date Due: 03/30/12

Action Step 2:

Cross train an additional employee to reconcile monthly bank statements and retirement as a backup.

Person(s) Responsible: Melissa Reese, Kathy Bench, & Donna Sullivan

Date Due: 06/30/12

Action Step 3:

Review current department functions and identify the primary and secondary Person(s) Responsible for the functions.

Provide cross training on any function that does not have at least one secondary person.

Person(s) Responsible: Melissa Reese

Date Due: 12/30/12

FLEET MANAGEMENT

OBJECTIVE 70 – Achieve maximum efficiencies in the on-hand and just-in-time parts inventories for Ford Crown

Victoria and Ford Expedition/Explorer as the 2011-12 fleet vehicle replacement plan progresses.

Action Step 1:

Establish a time line for parts inventory costs and savings to coincide with projected in-service date of replacement

vehicles.

Person(s) Responsible: Bill Boss, Johnny Mennenga

Date Due: 03/1/2012

Action Step 2:

Implement necessary changes needed to comply with systematic inventory savings plan.

Person(s) Responsible: Johnny Mennenga, Local Parts Vendors, Kim Ayers

Date Due: 3/1/12

Action Step 3:

Report results to Support Services Division Chief and Chiefs of Staff

Person(s) Responsible: Bill Boss

Date Due: Quarterly and 6/1/12

OBJECTIVE 71–Strategically increase parts inventory for Ford Police Interceptor and Ford Police Interceptor

Utility Vehicles to support fleet replacement and maintenance program.

Action Step 1:

Identify type and quantity and projected annual cost of required parts inventory and space requirements to support the new

fleet vehicles.

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Person(s) Responsible: Bill Boss, Johnny Mennenga, Kim Ayers

Date Due: 02/01/12

Action Step 2:

Implement necessary changes needed to implement new parts inventory for maintenance support requirements.

Person(s) Responsible: Bill Boss, Johnny Mennenga, Kim Ayers

Date Due: 03/01/2011

Action Step 3:

Report results to Support Services Division Chief and Chiefs of Staff

Person(s) Responsible: Bill Boss

Date Due: Quarterly and 6/1/12

OBJECTIVE 72- Implement the 2011-2012 Fleet Vehicle Replacement Program.

Action Step 1:

Select the vehicle model and accessories required for the Police Interceptor and Police Interceptor Utility Vehicles.

Person(s) Responsible: Bill Boss, Bobby Jaglal,

Date Due: 10/01/2011

Action Step 2:

Initiate the procurement process in a phased-in approach.

Person(s) Responsible: Bill Boss, Bobby Jaglal, Purchasing

Date Due: 11/1/2011

Action Step 3:

Ensure the vehicle accessories are on-hand to complete vehicle operational readiness, and conduct installation of vehicle

accessory equipment.

Person(s) Responsible: Bill Boss, Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 03/15/12

Action Step 4:

Take delivery, train staff on vehicle operations and distribute new vehicles per command staff priorities.

Person(s) Responsible: Bill Boss, Bobby Jaglal, Radio Shop, Purchasing

Date Due: 3/30/12

Action Step 5:

Report findings to Support Services Division Chief and Chiefs of Staff.

Person(s) Responsible: Bill Boss

Date Due: Quarterly and 6/1/12

FORENSICS

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 73: Relocate the property room to new warehouse (EoS)

Action Step 2:

Move property to new location and eliminate/reduce the use of off-site storage.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Sue Livoti, Dedera Joyner, James Ketner

Date Due: 06/30/12

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Action Step 3:

Conduct an inventory of high liability items upon completion of move.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Sue Livoti, TBA

Date Due: 07/31/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 74: Complete ASCLD/LAB standards for Crime Scene Unit (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Complete written standards for Crime Scene Unit.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenants Redmond & Owens, Lydia Hightower, Lisa Berg

Date Due: 08/15/12

Action Step 2:

Review and approve the written standards

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Sue Livoti

Date Due: 09/15/12

Action Step 3:

Enact standards through training sessions.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Sue Livoti

Date Due: 10/15/12 and ongoing

Action Step 4:

Monitor compliance of standards through audits and file folder review.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Sue Livoti

Date Due: 11/15/12 and ongoing

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 75: Finalize property room construction (ONLY A/S 3 carried over to 12) (S)

Action Step 3:

Ensure all construction is complete and to specifications.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond

Date Due: 06/1/12

OBJECTIVE 76: Evaluate current copying procedures to determine if a more cost-efficient method is available (S)

Action Step 1:

Determine annual expenditures on CD and DVD copies.

Person Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Sue Livoti, Ric West

Due Date: 02/15/12

Action Step 2:

Research other fiscally responsible alternatives.

Person Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Sue Livoti

Due Date: 03/15/12

Action Step 3:

Make a recommendation on whether to retain the current procedure or move toward another viable, most cost-effective,

method of providing the same service.

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Person Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond

Due Date: 04/15/12

Action Step 4

Implement plan.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Redmond

Date Due: 05/30/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 77: Redesign and expand crime scene lab (ONLY A/S 2 and 3 carried over to 12)

(SaMWF)

Action Step 2:

Create material list and order materials.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond & CO Baggett

Date Due: 05/15/12

Action Step 3:

Construct new lab area.

Person(s) Responsible: CO Baggett

Date Due: 08/30/12

Action Step 4:

Consolidate labs (fingerprint, chemical, Drying room, alternative Light Source and Latent Unit) into new lab space.

Person(s) Responsible: Lisa Berg, Victoria Lancaster, Beverly Rodia-Turner, Kathleen Schmidt,

Lisa Alvarez, Rena Greenway, Tiffany Nader

Date Due: 04/15/12

OBJECTIVE 78: Create new evaluation standards for Forensic Crime Scene Technicians that are more applicable

to their position (SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Review current evaluation standards.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Sue Livoti, Lisa Berg

Date Due: 04/30/12

Action Step 2:

Amend, redact or create standards, specifically in section 8.10 (Job Skills) that more accurately reflect current job

performance requirements.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Sue Livoti, Lisa Berg

Date Due: 05/30/12

Action Step 3:

Present any changes for approval.

Person(s) Responsible: Sue Livoti

Date Due: 06/30/12

FRAUD UNIT

OBJECTIVE 79– Obtain Florida Elder Crime Practitioner designation and certification from the Florida Attorney

General. (QoL)

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Action Step 1:

Attend 5 day Crimes Against the Elderly training offered by the Florida Attorney General’s Office.

Person(s) Responsible: Detective Dice

Date Due: 2/3/12

Action Step 2:

Attend 3 day Aging Issues: A Comprehensive Approach training offered by the Florida Attorney General’s Office.

Person(s) Responsible: Detective Dice

Date Due: 3/2/12

Action Step 3:

Attend 3 day Law Enforcement’s Role in Elder Crime training offered by the Florida Attorney General’s Office.

Person(s) Responsible: Detective Dice

Date Due: 4/27/12

GRANT UNIT

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 80 - Establish mechanism to track all property acquired through grant programs (to

ensure federal and grant specific compliance). (EoS)

Action Step 1: -

Determine requirements of individual grant agreements and federal Office of Management & Budget (OMB) circulars and

regulations.

Person(s) Responsible: Ashley Clark, Jerry Holland

Date Due: 08/15/12

Action Step 2: -

Build database/spreadsheet of all property acquired through grant programs including requirements identified in Action

Step 1, along with agreement number, agreement dates, vendor and payment information, grant specific requirements,

individual items, quantities, location, and inventory control number, if assigned.

Person(s) Responsible: Ashley Clark, Connie Prince

Date Due: 09/15/12

Action Step 3: -

Perform database/spreadsheet test to ensure that the items can be queried in a number of ways, including by agreement

number, fiscal year, and property control number.

Person(s) Responsible: Ashley Clark, Connie Prince

Date Due: 10/15/12

Action Step 4:

Develop a property monitoring schedule for all items in database/spreadsheet.

Person(s) Responsible: Ashley Clark, Connie Prince

Date Due: 11/15/12

OBJECTIVE 81: Research and apply for grant opportunities that will increase the agency’s workforce.

Action Step 1:

Research and identify the grant solicitations that will be available this year.

Person(s) Responsible: Ashley Clark

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Date Due: 02/28/12

Action Step 2:

Select the grant opportunities that we are eligible to apply for and discuss with the necessary division/Division supervisors.

Person(s) Responsible: Ashley Clark

Date Due : 03/30/12

Action Step 3:

Determine which grant opportunities that would benefit our agency and begin the application process.

Person(s) Responsible: Ashley Clark/Appropriate Supervisor

Date Due : 05/30/12

OBJECTIVE 82: Locate and apply for training opportunities to increase the knowledge and efficiency of grants.

Action Step 1:

Locate available training opportunities for this year.

Person(s) Responsible: Ashley Clark

Date Due: 01/30/12

Action Step 2:

Determine which training opportunities will provide the best training at an affordable price.

Person(s) Responsible: Ashley Clark

Date Due: 03/30/12

Action Step 3:

Request approval to apply for selected training opportunities and begin the registration process.

Person(s) Responsible: Ashley Clark

Date Due: 05/30/12

OBJECTIVE 83: Develop a streamlined process to improve the progress of the grant submission and approval

process.

Action Step 1:

Outline the process of grant application, submission, and approval in an easy to read format.

Person(s) Responsible: Ashley Clark

Date Due: 04/30/12

Action Step 2:

Have the process outline uploaded to Sharepoint or DMS (with the approval of the Sheriff) so employees can have easy

access to the outline.

Person(s) Responsible: Ashley Clark and Lydia Hightower

Date Due: 06/30/12

Action Step 3:

Distribute the process outline to employees who are an active part of a grant award or application.

Person(s) Responsible: Ashley Clark

Date Due: 08/30/12

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HIDTA AND MADET

OBJECTIVE 84: Increase the productivity and efficiency of the HIDTA initiative by meeting and/or exceeding the

Unified Drug Enforcement Strike Team’s (UDEST) initiative outputs as recommended by the North Florida HIDTA

Executive Board. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Identify 10 Drug Trafficking Organizations

Person(s) Responsible: HIDTA Agents

Due Date: 12/31/12

Action Step 2:

Disrupt/Dismantle 9 Drug Trafficking Organizations.

Person(s) Responsible: HIDTA Agents

Due Date: 12/31/12

Action Step 3:

Seize $4,133,516.00 in drugs.

Person(s) Responsible: HIDTA Agents

Due Date: 12/31/12

Action Step 4:

Seize $851,943.00 in assets.

Person(s) Responsible: HIDTA Agents

Due Date: 12/31/12

Action Step 5:

Dismantle 11 Clandestine Labs.

Person(s) Responsible: HIDTA Agents

Due Date: 12/31/12

OBJECTIVE 85: Decrease the availability of methamphetamine by partnering with Community Policing and U.S.

Forestry to reduce the number of methamphetamine labs in Marion County. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Identify the top five meth cooks in Marion County.

Person(s) Responsible: Agent Bairstow

Due Date: 02/28/12

Action Step 2:

Partner with U.S. Forestry, the A.U.S.A. and the S.A.O. to determine the prosecutorial strategy for the top five meth cooks.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Winston

Due Date: 03/31/12

Action Step 3:

Coordinate with Ocklawaha, Forest and Northeast Districts as well as the U.S. Forestry to conduct two operations to

disrupt the flow of meth available in the impacted areas.

Person(s) Responsible: Agents Bairstow & Nix

Due Date: 10/31/12

Action Step 4:

Evaluate the After Action Reports of the operations and determine the effectiveness of the operation.

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Person(s) Responsible: Captain Sullivan

Due Date: 12/30/12

OBJECTIVE 86: Improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the MADET Unit by utilizing all available resources in

disrupting the flow of illicit drugs in Marion County. (S)

Action Step 1:

Identify the top five priority targets.

Person(s) Responsible: Agent Rightsell

Due Date: 02/28/12

Action Step 2:

Formulate and implement a strategy for targeting the top five subjects.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Medlin

Due Date: 03/31/12

Action Step 3:

Partner with Community Policing to focus an extended investigation into a HIP area for each sector.

Person(s) Responsible: Agent Nix & Agent Adams

Due Date: 09/30/12

Action Step 4:

Partner with each OPD District Commander to focus an extended investigation into each district.

Person(s) Responsible: Agents Hurst & Keuntjes

Due Date: 09/30/12

Action Step 5:

Evaluate the effectiveness of the operations.

Person(s) Responsible: Captain Sullivan

Due Date: 12/30/12

OBJECTIVE 87: Increase the productivity of the Pill Unit by 5% thereby reducing the availability of illicit

pharmaceutical drugs. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Develop a presentation of current laws and provide agent contact information for the Marion County pharmacy association.

Person(s) Responsible: Agent Moore

Date Due: 03/31/12

Action Step 2:

Present the presentation to the Marion County Pharmacy Association.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Winston

Date Due: 04/30/12

Action Step 3:

Conduct one Pharmaceutical Diversion Title III Investigation.

Person(s) Responsible: Agent Moore

Date Due: 10/31/12

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Action Step 4:

Identify and investigate doctors and clinics providing excessive pharmaceutical drugs.

Person(s) Responsible: Special Agent Beauchamp

Date Due: 12/31/12

OBJECTIVE 88: Develop a program to maximize the use of Florida’s new Prescription Monitoring Data Base. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Enroll all agents in the Florida Prescription Monitoring Database.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Winston

Date Due: 01/31/12

Action Step 2:

Conduct a training session on the utilization of the program.

Person(s) Responsible: Agent Moore

Date Due: 02/28/12

Action Step 3:

Evaluate the effectiveness of the program.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Winston

Date Due: 09/31/12

OBJECTIVE 89: Increase vice related investigation cases by 10%. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Conduct quarterly street level prostitution operations.

Person(s) Responsible: Agent Adams

Date Due: Ongoing

Action Step 2:

Conduct two operations targeting web based prostitution solicitation.

Person(s) Responsible: Agent Nix

Date Due: 09/15/12

OBJECTIVE 90: Develop a strategy to implement an interdiction exercise at the Marion County weigh stations.

(SaMW)

Action Step 1:

Coordinate specific dates for interdiction operations with MCSO, FHP, Homeland Security and the North Florida Domestic

Highway Enforcement.

Person(s) Responsible: Inspector Rodriguez

Date Due: 02/28/12

Action Step 2:

Conduct two operations at the weigh stations in Marion County.

Person(s) Responsible: Inspector Rodriguez

Date Due: 10/31/12

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Action Step 3:

Evaluate the effectiveness of the operations.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Winston

Date Due: 11/30/12

HOMICIDE

OBJECTIVE 91: Provide in-house, ongoing training to the new members of the Major Crimes Department, to be

able to identify injuries and wounds associated with felonious assaults, accidents and other causes, thereby

becoming cross-trained in all of the disciplines of Major Crimes. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Make contact with Medical Examiner Barbara Wolf for any training curriculum that she may have or may be able to bring.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Spivey

Date Due: 02/15/12

Action Step 2:

Set up Unit-wide training on injuries.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Spivey

Date Due: 03/31/12

OBJECTIVE 92: Provide the Drug Enforcement Task Force of the Special Investigations Division specific

Information on prescription pill overdoses, to include the source of the pills if known or suspected, and the names

of doctors/clinics providing excessive prescriptions, so that our internal partners, HIDTA and MADET, can

proactively investigate possible pill mills or prescription drug dealers. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Ensure that all Detectives working deaths collect all information at the scene concerning prescription medications and who

prescribed or provided them.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Spivey

Date Due: 01/31/12

Action Step 2:

Have Detectives pass all pertinent information to the Homicide Sergeant so that a master list may be maintained.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Spivey

Date Due: 01/31/12

Action Step 3:

Send an e-mail to Supervisory members of the Drug Task Force each time the master list is updated.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Spivey

Date Due: 01/31/12

OBJECTIVE 93: Explore alternative funding resources for the investigation of missing persons in Marion County.

Action Step 1:

Research Grants that would find overtime for missing persons’ investigations.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Spivey

Date Due: 07/31/12

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Action Step 2:

Apply for Grant with goal of obtaining funding for investigations.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Spivey

Date Due: 09/30/12

HONOR GUARD

OBJECTIVE 94– Win the 2012 Honor Guard competition in Washington, D.C. (EoS)

Action Step 1: COMPLETE

Form committee.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Rosa, Agent Adams, Sgt. Thomas

Date Due: 1/15/12

Action Step 2: COMPLETE

Pick team members for competition.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Rosa, Agent Adams, Sgt. Thomas

Date Due: 1/15/12

Action Step 3: COMPLETE

Change schedule for competition team members.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Rosa

Date Due: 1/30/12

Action Step 4:

Initiate training days and formulate the routine for competition.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Rosa, Agent Adams, Sgt. Thomas

Date Due: 1/30/12 On-going

OBJECTIVE 95 – Develop a mentoring program with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office Cadet Program to assist

the Honor Guard with the presentation of colors at community functions. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Have a liaison officer between the Honor Guard and the Sheriff’s Cadets.

Person(s) Responsible: Dep. Long

Date Due: 1/15/12

Action Step 2:

Schedule training days for cadets to attend with the Honor Guard.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Thomas, Det. Tingue

Date Due: 1/30/12

Action Step 3:

Assign cadets, along with an Honor Guard member, to scheduled events after completion of training.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Rosa, Dep. Long

Date Due: 2/15/12, On-going

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HOSTAGE NEGOTIATIONS

OBJECTIVE 96 – Conduct bi-annual training with surrounding counties that have Crisis Negotiations teams to

enhance team abilities and contacts. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Identify surrounding counties interested in joint training.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara, Sgt. VanWeelden

Date Due: 3/30/12

Action Step 2:

Set training dates.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara, Sgt. VanWeelden

Date Due: 3/30/12

Action Step 3:

Conduct training.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara, Sgt. VanWeelden

Date Due: On-going

Action Step 4:

Evaluate effectiveness of training.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara, Sgt. VanWeelden

Date Due: On-going

OBJECTIVE 97 – Conduct bi-annual training with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team to enhance team

cohesiveness and effectiveness between the two units. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Contact MCSO SWAT Commander.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara, Sgt. VanWeelden

Date Due: 3/30/12

Action Step 2:

Set training dates.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara, Lt. Chisholm, Sgt. VanWeelden

Date Due: 3/30/12

Action Step 3:

Conduct training.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara, Sgt. VanWeelden

Date Due: On-going

Action Step 4:

Evaluate effectiveness of training.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara, Sgt. VanWeelden

Date Due: On-going

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

OBJECTIVE 98: Install Eyconix internet based inmate visitation system.

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Action Step 1: COMPLETE

Order the equipment.

Person(s) Responsible: Ray Mulkey, IT, & Della Earp

Date Due: 10/5/2011

Action Step 2: COMPLETE

Install equipment in H-Pod, E Pod, and F-Pod

Person(s) Responsible: Ray Mulkey & IT

Date Due: 11/15/2011

Action Step 3:

Install equipment in C-Pod, G-Pod, Med-Pod and A-Pod

Person(s) Responsible: Ray Mulkey & IT

Date Due: 1/15/12

Action Step 4:

Install equipment in B-Pod and D-Pod.

Person(s) Responsible: Ray Mulkey & IT

Date Due: 2/28/12

OBJECTIVE 99: Phase 2 of centralized security video monitoring.

Action Step 1:

Order the equipment.

Person(s) Responsible: Ray Mulkey, IT, & Della Earp

Date Due: 10/15/2011

Action Step 2:

Install Data Switches

Person(s) Responsible: Ray Mulkey & IT

Date Due: 12/12/2011

Action Step 3:

Install Cameras

Person(s) Responsible: Ray Mulkey & IT

Date Due: 02/15/12

OBJECTIVE 100: Complete installation for Exchange 2010

Action Step 1:

Order the software.

Person(s) Responsible: Ray Mulkey & IT

Date Due: 10/10/2011

Action Step 2:

Install the software

Person(s) Responsible: Ray Mulkey & IT

Date Due: 12/12/2011

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Action Step 3:

Migrating users.

Person(s) Responsible: Ray Mulkey & IT

Date Due: 02/01/12

INVENTORY CONTROL/WAREHOUSE

OBJECTIVE 101: Re-organize the warehouse uniform room in order to accommodate the new line of corrections

uniforms.

Action Step 1:

Identify current and future uniform stock due to a change in the uniform of Corrections Officers and Corrections Assistants.

Person(s) Responsible: J. Singletary

Date Due: 02/01/12

Action Step 2:

Remove all excess uniform items from the uniform room and properly store in a suitable location.

Person(s) Responsible: J. Singletary

Date Due: 03/01/12

Action Step 3:

Incorporate new uniform items into current inventory and maintain enough stock for future needs.

Person(s) Responsible: J. Singletary

Date Due: 03/30/12

INMATE CUSTODY & CONTROL DEPARTMENT

CARRYOVER- OBJECTIVE 102 – Research ways to reduce paper consumption by implementing a “paperless”

process to include an automated booking process, and a digital filing system, etc. (S)

Action Step 5-

Discuss proposal with Jail Senior Staff.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Priest

Date Due: 03/15/12

Action Step 6

Implement proposal, if approved.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Priest, C.O. Fowler, Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 03/28/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 103 – The Ocala Community Care (OCC) will bring all medical, dental and mental health

policies, procedures and protocols into compliance with National Commission on Correctional Health Care

(NCCHC) accreditation standards. (EoS)

Action Step 1: - COMPLETE

The Arcadia Administrative Team will review and analyze the above standards and recommendations to determine

feasibility and resources needed to implement and comply.

Person(s) Responsible: Dr. Pantin, Dr. Rubio, Dr. Howard, V. Windland & Loretha Rich

Date Due: 5/15/12

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Action Step 2: - COMPLETE

Once feasibility established the Arcadia Administrative Team will review, and if necessary, revise current policies,

procedures and protocols to conform to the accreditation standards and recommendations.

Person(s) Responsible: Dr. Rubio, Ms. Rich, V. Windland

Date Due: 08/15/12

Action Step 3: - COMPLETE

The Arcadia administration will provide in-service training and orientation to all staff, and then, implement revised policies,

procedures and protocols.

Person(s) Responsible: Dr. Rubio, Dr. Pantin, L. Rich, V. Windland

Date Due: 09/15/12

Action Step 4- COMPLETE

Implement a system to assist discharged inmates to be aware of community resources to assist them with medical/mental

health issues to include follow-up appointments and medications. (QoL)

Person(s) Responsible: A. Clark, L. Rich, OCC, OCC Board

Date Due: 12/15/12

Action Step 5- NEW OBJECTIVE BEING CREATED TO OBTAIN NCCHC ACCREDITATION STATUS.

Implement a discharge program (in compliance with NCCHC Standards) that will provide a staff person to have a

scheduled discharge planning meeting with inmates prior to discharge to discuss health care issues and needs.

Person(s) Responsible: A. Clark, L. Rich, OCC, OCC Board

Date Due: 12/15/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 104 – Implement an Objective Classification Plan that systematically classifies inmates

based upon their current and past charges, active detainers, and current and past institutional behavior.

Action Step 4-

Implement the Objective Classification Plan.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Ross/Sgt. Lucky/Classifications

Date Due: 3/28/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 105 – Develop a self-sufficient manner of produce transport for all inmate work farm

operations. (EoS)

Action Step 3-

Provide training and testing for Class A CDL.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Deen

Date Due: 03/28/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 106– Develop methods to improve process efficiency when administering the breath

test. (S)

Action Step 5-

Implement recommended changes.

Person(s) Responsible: Committee

Date Due: 08/15/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 107 – Implement a system to assist discharged inmates to be aware of community

resources to assist them with medical/mental health issues to include follow-up appointments and medications.

(QoL)

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Action Step 5-

Implement a discharge program (in compliance with NCCHC Standards) that will provide a staff person to have a

scheduled discharge planning meeting with inmates prior to discharge to discuss health care issues and needs.

Person(s) Responsible: A. Clark, L. Rich, OCC, OCC Board

Date Due: 12/15/12

OBJECTIVE 107 – Research the feasibility of obtaining NCCHC certification and if feasible, pursue. (EoS)

Action Step 1-

Present Certification to the OCC Board for approval to research.

Person(s) Responsible: CEO Loretha Rich, HSA Melissa Coker

Date Due: 02/15/12

Action Step 2-

Research accreditation requirements to include costs and standards compliance requirement.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Jeff Owens, CEO Loretha Rich, HAS Melissa Coker

Date Due: 02/28/12

Action Step 3-

Research funding source

Person(s) Responsible: CEO Loretha Rich, Chief Bigelow, Ashley Clark

Date Due: 03/15/12

Action Step 4-

Present requirements and funding source to the OCC Board for consideration of approval to proceed with seeking

accreditation.

Person(s) Responsible: CEO Loretha Rich, Chief Bigelow

Date Due: 05/28/12

Action Step 5-

If Board approval is given to proceed, prepare for and schedule and audit.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Owens, CEO Loretha Rich, HSA Melissa Coker

Date Due: 12/01/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 108– To finalize the last phase of pharmacy conversion with Diamond pharmacy to

include the E-mar med pass system. (S) THIS WAS REPLACED BY OBJECTIVE 121.

Action Step 1-

Coordinate completed computer specifications and needs prior to any equipment purchase.

Person(s) Responsible: Diamond, MCSO IT, EIS, OCC

Date Due: 08/15/12

Action Step 2-

Presentation of proposed cost to finalize computerized E-MAR program at the MC Jail by the OCC Board.

Person(s) Responsible: MCSO IT, OCC, Executive Director

Date Due: Sept 2012 Board Meeting

Action Step 3-

Training of all Arcadia staff to new E-MAR system for Medication Pass.

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Person(s) Responsible: Diamond, OCC, D. Paxson

Date Due: 11/15/12

Action Step 4-

Implementation of E-MAR med pass system for all pods.

Person(s) Responsible: OCC, C. Paxson, F. Thomas

Date Due: 11/15/12

OBJECTIVE 109: Develop a procedure that would improve the identification of quality inmates enrolling into the

Jail’s GED program. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Contact other agencies to review their inmate GED accountability procedures.

Person(s) Responsible: Carolyn Fender

Date Due: 2/28/12

Action Step 2:

Develop an outline for the Marion County GED inmate/student to ensure their sincerity and commitment to attending the

class once they are registered. (MCJ now pays for inmate/student enrollment for GED classes offered in the jail, to CTAE-

$55 per inmate enrolled).

Person(s) Responsible: Carolyn Fender, Phil Confalone

Date Due: 3/28/12

Action Step 3:

Once the procedure has been developed, a copy of the new procedure will be sent to the Command Staff for review.

Person(s) Responsible: Carolyn Fender

Date Due: 4/28/12

Action Step 4:

Once approved, the inmate handbook will be updated to reflect the changes and the new procedure will be implemented.

Person(s) Responsible: Carolyn Fender, Phil Confalone

Date Due: 6/28/12

OBJECTIVE 110: Visually enhance and improve the video visitation area at the Jail Visitation building to

present a more professional look. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Assess areas needing improvement to include floors, walls, seating area, and entry points.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. S. Walker, Capt. S. Favors

Date Due: 2/28/12

Action Step 2:

Obtain needed materials and paint to improve and enhance these areas.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. S. Walker, Corporal K. Baggett

Date Due: 3/28/12

Action Step 3:

Schedule a work crew and complete the project.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. S. Walker, Corporal K. Baggett

Date Due: 5/28/12

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OBJECTIVE 111: Develop and implement an inmate medical and mental health education program. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Identify training and educational needs and target population.

Person(s) Responsible: HSA Melissa Coker, Dr. Cugno, Dr. Rubio, ARNP S. Tate

Date Due: 3/28/12

Action Step 2:

Determine a physical and mental health program that meets the needs of the inmate population.

Person(s) Responsible: HSA Melissa Coker, Dr. Cugno

Date Due: 4/28/12

Action Step 3:

Identify funding resources.

Person(s) Responsible: HSA Melissa Coker, Lt. R. Jones

Date Due: 5/28/12

Action Step 4:

Obtain approval to implement program.

Person(s) Responsible: CEO Loretha Rich, HSA Melissa Coker

Date Due: 6/28/12

Action Step 5:

Implement programs and monitor its effectiveness.

Person(s) Responsible: CEO Loretha Rich, HSA Melissa Coker, Dr. Rubio, Dr. Cugno

Date Due: 7/28/12, on-going

OBJECTIVE 112: Research and develop a plan to process, store and use spices and herbs that are grown at

the jail farm/greenhouse. (S)

Action Step 1:

Identify spices and herbs to be used for processing.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. Byrd, Lt. R. Guess, Sgt. R. Yawn

Date Due: 2/28/12

Action Step 2:

Research the proper methods of handling the spices and herbs to be used.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. Byrd, Sgt. R. Yawn

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Identify methods for utilizing the herbs/spices.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. Byrd, Sgt. R. Yawn

Date Due: 3/28/12

Action Step 4:

Provide training to the appropriate personnel.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. Byrd, Sgt. R. Yawn

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Date Due: 4/15/12

Action Step 5:

Implement the process into operation.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. Byrd, Sgt. R. Yawn

Date Due: 4/28/12

OBJECTIVE 113: Increase productivity by developing an operational plan for the jail farm and greenhouse. (S)

Action Step 1:

Identify herbs/spices and row crops that can be utilized in the kitchen.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. Guess

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Develop a planting and harvest schedule for the year.

Persons Responsible: Lt. Guess

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Monitor and document results of operation.

Persons Responsible: Lt. Guess

Date Due: 3/28/12

OBJECTIVE 114: Establish routine grounds maintenance/clean-up of the Carney Island orange grove. (S)

Action Step 1:

Determine equipment required to maintain the orange grove.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. D. Hurst

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Research and identify need for herbicide and fertilization of orange grove.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. D. Hurst

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Develop a maintenance schedule for the orange grove.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. D. Hurst

Date Due: 3/28/12

Action Step 4:

Implement the procedure, evaluate costs and monitor outcomes.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. D. Hurst

Date Due: 4/15/12

OBJECTIVE 115: Increase the hog population by 60 to 80 additional swine in a cost effective manner. (S)

Action Step 1:

Select a number of existing sows and gilts for breeding purposes.

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Persons Responsible: Sgt. D. Hurst, C.O. J. Reid

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Prepare suitable pens by inspecting and repairing existing space.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. D. Hurst, C.O. J. Reid

Date Due: 2/28/12

Action Step 3:

Implement controlled range breeding routing with existing boar.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. D. Hurst, C.O. J. Reid

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 4:

Monitor bred stock and rotate out to gestation pens.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. D. Hurst, C.O. J. Reid

Date Due: 3/28/12

Action Step 5:

Evaluate progress on a monthly basis.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. D. Hurst

Date Due: 4/15/12

OBJECTIVE 116: Improve our current process of Safety/Sanitation Inspections by utilizing our team of

FMJS Inspectors to self-assess the Jail Facility on a quarterly basis. (SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Identify qualified personnel for Committee

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Hernandez, Lt. Jones

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Develop forms to be used to document deficiencies

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Hernandez, Lt. Jones, Jail FMJS Committee

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Establish plan of action to prevent the same deficiencies from re-occurring

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Hernandez, Lt. Jones, Jail FMJS Committee

Date Due: 4/15/12

Action Step 4:

Report on a quarterly basis to Watch Commanders all deficiencies and corrective action taken.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Hernandez, Lt. Jones, Jail FMJS Committee

Date Due: 7/15/12

OBJECTIVE 117: Enhance the Jail’s security by identifying and implementing new procedures for

housing and controlling movement of inmate workers. (SaMWF)

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Action Step 1:

Establish a committee to review the current procedure for housing and controlling movement of inmate workers.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. M. Durham, Capt. A. Hernandez, Capt. A. Walters, QRT

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Evaluate inmate housing areas and determine the best possible area for housing inmate workers.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. M. Durham, Capt. A. Hernandez, Capt. A. Walters, Committee

Members

Date Due: 2/28/12

Action Step 3:

Identify ways to limit inmate worker movement throughout the jail.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. M. Durham, Capt. A. Hernandez, Capt. A. Walters, Committee

Members

Date Due: 3/28/12

Action Step 4:

Identify ways to prevent inmate workers from interacting with general population inmates during programs and visitation.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. M. Durham, Capt. A. Hernandez, Capt. A. Walters, Committee

Members

Date Due: 4/28/12

Action Step 5:

Present finding and suggestions for corrective actions to Jail Senior Staff.

Person(s) Responsible: Captain M. Durham, Captain A. Hernandez and Captain A. Walters

Date Due: 5/15/12

Action Step 6:

Implement approved changes.

Person(s) Responsible: Captain M. Durham, Captain A. Hernandez and Captain A. Walters

Date Due: 5/28/12

OBJECTIVE 118: Explore inmate mail policy and procedure changes that can reduce the introduction of

contraband within the facility. (SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Establish a committee to review the current mail issuance procedures to determine areas for improvement.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. R. Burnett, Capt. M. Forte, Capt. C. Wilson

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Contact surrounding agencies to explore best practices in regards to inmate mail regulations and handling.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. R. Burnett, Capt. M. Forte, Capt. C. Wilson, Committee Members

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Identify possible alternatives that may have a positive impact in reducing contraband through the mail.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. R. Burnett, Capt. M. Forte, Capt. C. Wilson, Committee Members

Date Due: 3/28/12

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Action Step 4:

Submit proposal/recommendations through the Chain of Command.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. R. Burnett, Capt. M. Forte, Capt. C. Wilson, Committee Members

Date Due: 4/15/12

Action Step 5:

Implement changes, if approved.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. R. Burnett, Capt. M. Forte, Capt. C. Wilson

Date Due: 4/28/12

Action Step 6:

Evaluate the impact of the newly adopted policy and procedures to determine the effectiveness and submit results through

the Chain of Command.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. R. Burnett, Capt. M. Forte, Capt. C. Wilson

Date Due: 7/28/12

OBJECTIVE 119: Research and facilitate the construction of transparent confinement cells within the Juvenile

Detention Center. (SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Form a committee to identify transparent confinement needs.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. K. Savarese, Sgt. J. Williams, Sgt. R. Fowler, Sgt. S. Walker, QRT

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Schedule a meeting with County Maintenance to discuss facilitating this construction.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. K. Savarese, Sgt. J. Williams, Sgt. R. Fowler, Sgt. S. Walker

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Submit the construction plan along with a time frame needed to complete this project.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. K. Savarese, Sgt. S. Walker, Corporal K. Baggett

Date Due: 4/15/12

Action Step 4:

Once approved, schedule and implement the construction phase of this task.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. K. Savarese, Sgt. J. Williams, Sgt. R. Fowler, Sgt. S. Walker

Date Due: 5/15/12

Action Step 5:

Once completed, train all juvenile detention personnel for the use of these confinement cells.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. K. Savarese, Sgt. J. Williams, Sgt. R. Fowler, Sgt. T. Hampton,

Date Due: 8/15/12

Action Step 6:

Implement the use of the confinement cells.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. K. Savarese, Sgt. J. Williams, Sgt. R. Fowler, Sgt. T. Hampton,

Date Due: 8/15/12

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OBJECTIVE 120: Develop recommendations for the replacement of aging vehicles with the Corrections

Division. (SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Form a committee with representatives from each unit to determine the transportation needs.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. J. Pogue, Capt. C. Bowen

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Identify which vehicles need replacement, the appropriate equipment needed to perform tasks and provide a written report

for analysis to the Division Chief.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. J. Pogue, Capt. C. Bowen, Vehicle Committee

Date Due: 3/28/12

Action Step 3:

Present final report to Administrative Services for funding and purchasing of needed equipment.

Person(s) Responsible: Major J. Vowinkel, Capt. T. Trammell, Capt. C. Bowen

Date Due: 5/28/12

OBJECTIVE 121: Research and develop a complete electronics medical records system. (EoS)

Action Step 1: COMPLETE

Research available medical record systems to make a determination as to which system is most compatible and best fits

the needs of jail medical records and other medical agencies

Persons Responsible: CEO Loretha Rich, HSA Melissa Coker, OCC Board, EIS,

Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 3/28/12

Action Step 2:

Identify funding resources.

Persons Responsible: CEO Loretha Rich, OCC Board, MCSO

Date Due: 6/15/12

Action Step 3:

Purchase system and complete the Jail Management interface.

Persons Responsible: CEO Loretha Rich, HSA Melissa Coker, OCC, IT Department

Date Due: 7/28/12

Action Step 4:

Educate and train staff on new system

Person(s) Responsible: CEO Loretha Rich, HSA Melissa Coker

Date Due: 11/30/12

Action Step 5:

Go live on new system.

Person(s) Responsible: CEO Loretha Rich, HAS Melissa Coker, IT Department

Date Due: 12/30/12

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OBJECTIVE 122: Facilitate the completion of the construction and installation of the web based visitation system

for the Marion County Jail. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Coordinate and assist I.T. with logistics and installation of the visitation hardware.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. S. Walker, IT Department

Date Due: 6/28/12

Action Step 2:

Obtain construction materials needed to build privacy walls when hardware installation is completed.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. S. Walker, Corporal K. Baggett

Date Due: 7/15/12

Action Step 3:

Schedule a work crew for the project and complete.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. S. Walker, Corporal K. Baggett

Date Due: 7/15/12

OBJECTIVE 123: Develop a computerized visitation scheduling program to allow the general public to schedule

visits over the internet. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Establish committee members.

Persons Responsible: Capt. S. Favors

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Meet to establish guidelines for the basic program.

Persons Responsible: Capt. S. Favors, Committee Members

Date Due: 2/28/12

Action Step 3:

Build and test computer program.

Persons Responsible: Capt. S. Favors, Committee, Connie Prince

Date Due: 6/28/12

Action Step 4:

Notify the general public via press release, posting flyers in the jail and posting the information at the visitation center.

Persons Responsible: Capt. S. Favors, Committee, PIO Office

Date Due: 7/28/12

Action Step 5:

Train all staff involved.

Persons Responsible: Capt. S. Favors, Committee, Sgt. Starling

Date Due: 8/28/12

Action Step 6:

Implement the program.

Persons Responsible: Capt. S. Favors

Date Due: 9/15/12

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JUVENILE DEPARTMENT

OBJECTIVE 124: In an effort to reduce compensatory time, explore the option of recruiting the participation of the

Juvenile Probation Officers in the WILA Program allowing for a decrease in compensation time in the Juvenile

Division by 10%. (S)

Action Step 1:

Meet with the Juvenile Probation Supervisors to discuss the feasibility of their assistance.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. delaRua, Sgt. A. Nichols, Sue McRee, DJJ

Date Due: 2/28/12

Action Step 2:

Develop a schedule to provide to Juvenile Probation.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. delaRua, Sgt. A. Nichols, Sue McRee, DJJ

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Assign Juvenile Officers to MCSO employees on the WILA work days to orient and train them on the program.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. delaRua, Sgt. A. Nichols, Sue McRee, DJJ

Date Due: 3/28/12

Action Step 4:

Implement the plan of action.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. delaRua, Sgt. A. Nichols, Sue McRee, DJJ

Date Due: 4/15/12

OBJECTIVE 125: Explore training opportunities with Principals, Assistant Principals, Deans of Discipline and

the Marion County School Safety Director, about school visitors on campus and the current policy of allowing

unauthorized persons in student areas, unlocked gates and doors. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Develop instructional material to present to school administrators.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. delaRua, Sgt. C.T. Welch, Corp. S. Wiles, Deputy E.

Harper, Brian Marcum,

Date Due: 6/15/12

Action Step 2:

Coordinate with MC School personnel to develop a schedule to conduct the presentation.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. delaRua, Sgt. C.T. Welch, Corp. S. Wiles, Deputy E.

Harper, Brian Marcum

Date Due: 7/28/12

Action Step 3:

Conduct the training to school administrators.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. delaRua, Sgt. C.T. Welch, Corp. S. Wiles, Deputy E.

Harper, Brian Marcum

Date Due: 9/28/12

OBJECTIVE 126: Partner with the Marion County School’s Student Services Director and the Marion County

Children’s Alliance to create an educational component that will educate students and staff about bullying in the

school setting. (QoL)

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Action Step 1:

Meet with the MC School Board and MC Children’s Alliance to establish cooperation to assist with the program.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. A. Nichols, Sgt. C.T. Welch, Corp. A. Brooks, Monica

Bryant, Brian Marcum, Mark Vianello

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Develop protocol and lesson plans to be presented.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. A. Nichols, Sgt. C.T. Welch, Corp. A. Brooks, Monica

Bryant, Brian Marcum, Mark Vianello

Date Due: 6/28/12

Action Step 3:

Train school personnel and School Resource Officers to teach the program and begin instruction.

Persons Responsible: Sgt. A. Nichols, Sgt. C.T. Welch, Corp. A. Brooks, Monica

Bryant, Brian Marcum, Mark Vianello

Date Due: 8/15/12

OBJECTIVE 127: Collaborate with the School Resource Officers, Juvenile Detention, and the Juvenile

Probation Officers to create a Juvenile Intervention session in the WILA program allowing for WILA participants

to see how the Juvenile Justice System works, AND what the consequences are for the continuation of criminal

behavior. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Partner with Correctional and Juvenile Justice Staff to develop a lesson plan which can be presented to W.I.L.A.

participants.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. delaRua, Lt. K. Savarese, Sgt. A. Nichols, Sue McRee, DJJ

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 2:

Complete the lesson plan and video presentation that will be utilized.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. delaRua, Lt. K. Savarese, Sgt. A. Nichols, Sgt. C.T. Welch,

Sue McRee, DJJ

Date Due: 4/15/12

Action Step 3:

Develop a schedule that will be best suited to present on a routine bases that will reach each participant due to the turnaround

of participants entering and exiting the program.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. delaRua, Lt. K. Savarese, Sgt. A. Nichols, Sgt. C.T. Welch,

Sue McRee, DJJ

Date Due: 5/15/12

Action Step 4:

Implement the plan of action.

Persons Responsible: Lt. R. delaRua, Lt. K. Savarese, Sgt. A. Nichols, Sgt. C.T. Welch,

Sue McRee, DJJ

Date Due: 6/28/12

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OBJECTIVE 128: Develop and implement a tracking system to record data based on recidivism rate to allow for

comparison data to be analyzed between The Marion County Regional Detention Center & the Marion County

Sheriff’s Office, Juvenile Detention Center. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Create a juvenile booking processing sheet of all youth placed in secure detention including those previously detained in

our facility.

Persons Responsible: Lt. K. Savarese, Juvenile Monitors

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Begin recording current data and track quarterly.

Persons Responsible: Lt. K. Savarese, Juvenile Monitors

Date Due: 2/28/12

Action Step 3:

Present data quarterly to the command staff.

Persons Responsible: Lt. K. Savarese

Date Due: 6/28/12

K-9

OBJECTIVE 129– Attend K-9 courses to enhance knowledge and exposure to the newest training trends that deal

with dementia subjects and the continuous growth of urban development.

Action Step 1:

Determine which canines will attend any advanced training seminars.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Turner

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 2:

Have the handlers that attended the various courses instruct and demonstrate their gained knowledge and exposure while

implementing into the scheduled training days.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Turner

Date Due: 9/15/12

OBJECTIVE 130–Increase certified trainers and instructors within the K-9 Unit. (Stewardship)

Action Step 1:

Identify the next FDLE K9 instructor course.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Turner, Dep. Thomas

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 2:

Determine which handlers will attend this course

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Turner, Dep. Thomas

Date Due: 6/15/12

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Action Step 3:

Attend the course.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Turner, Dep. Thomas

Date Due: 9/15/12

OBJECTIVE 131– Establish an annual mandatory physical qualification test for the handler in the K-9 Unit. (SMWF)

Action Step 1:

Document in the K-9 Internal Manual under the handler’s requirements a mandatory annual physical qualification. The

qualification would mirror that of the physical requirement that each handler completed when trying out for the position.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Turner, Dep. Collins

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 2:

Implement physical training during each scheduled training day.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Turner, Dep. Collins

Date Due: 6/15/12

Action Step 3:

Schedule a date at the end of the year when the physical qualification will be conducted by all current K9 handlers and

witnessed.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Turner, Dep. Collins

Date Due: 9/15/12

OBJECTIVE 132–Coordinate, plan and execute a training day with another surrounding agency’s K-9 unit. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Make contact with the supervisors of Alachua, Citrus and Ocala Police Department’s K9 and coordinate a joint training

session during several occasions throughout the year.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Turner

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 2:

Coordinate with the other K9 units scheduled training days to become familiar with each other and their tactics.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Turner

Date Due: 6/15/12

Action Step 3:

Evaluate the joint training to determine what was beneficial and should be implemented in the future.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Turner

Date Due: 9/15/12

LATENT UNIT

CARRY-OVER from 2011 - OBJECTIVE 133 – Complete ASCLD/LAB standards. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Complete written ASCLD/LAB standards and policies for Latent Unit.

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Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenants Redmond & Owens, Lydia Hightower, Rena

Greenway

Date Due: 08/15/12

Action Step 2:

Review and approve the written standards.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Sue Livoti

Date Due: 09/15/12

Action Step 3:

Provide training to affected personnel and enact standards.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Sue Livoti

Date Due: 10/15/12

Action Step 4:

Monitor compliance of standards through audits and file folder review.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Rena Greenway

Date Due: 11/15/12

CARRYOVER From 2011 - OBJECTIVE 134 – Relocate Latent Unit to new lab area. (EoS)

Action Step 3:

Move Latent Unit to new lab.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Redmond, Rena Greenway, Tiffany Nader

Date Due: 09/30/12

MAJOR CRIMES DEPARTMENT

OBJECTIVE 135– Develop and implement an information sharing system between MCSO major crimes and

property crimes detectives and the SAO Special Prosecution Unit (SPU) for detectives to provide career/serious

criminal offender candidates to the SPU for special prosecution based on specific criteria. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Identify the criteria for detectives to refer defendants or active serial crime spree cases to the SPU.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeants Miller, Bevan & Spivey & Bill Gladsen

Due date: 01/31/12

Action Step 2:

Identify the preferred method of information sharing and the Person(s) Responsible for collecting, sending, and receiving

the compiled information.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeants Miller, Bevan & Spivey & Bill Gladsen

Due date: 2/28/12

Action Step 3:

Implement the developed protocol.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeants Miller, Bevan & Spivey & Bill Gladsen

Date Due: 4/30/12

Action Step 4:

Meet to assess the results of the system and make modifications as needed.

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Person(s) Responsible: Sergeants Miller, Bevan & Spivey & Bill Gladsen

Date Due: 6/30/12

OBJECTIVE 136: Determine the feasibility of adding the description, location and picture of tattoos of persons

booked into jail as the searchable field in our records system.

Action Step 1:

Determine the capability of the records system/jail management to ascertain if there is a field available for entering

information and photos of tattoos into the system.

Person(s) Responsible: Captain Sandlin, Ray Mulkey, Lieutenant Jill Ross

Date Due: 02/15/12

Action Step 2:

Determine the cost of adding a field for tattoo photos into the jail management system.

Person(s) Responsible: Captain Sandlin, Ray Mulkey, Lieutenant Jill Ross

Due date: 03/15/12

Action Step 3:

Present the finding of the previous action steps to the administration for a final decision on whether this process will be

implemented.

Person(s) Responsible: Captain Sandlin

Due date: 04/15/12

MOUNTED UNIT

OBJECTIVE 137 – Have members complete an in house 40 hour Basic Mounted Unit School. (SMWF)

Action Step 1:

Develop a lesson plan.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Leedy

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 2:

Determine the site location for the class and dates.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Leedy

Date Due: 6/1/12

Action Step 3:

Hold the class

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Leedy

Date Due: 9/30/12

MYICU

OBJECTIVE 138: Install a securable container within the computer forensics lab to hold computer evidence during

the active forensic examination.

Action Step 1:

Determine the size and type of material to construct the container needed to secure the evidence in question.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenants Redmond & Vorisek, Detective Dodd

Date Due: 02/15/12

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Action Step 2:

Determine who will construct and install the container within the computer forensic office.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenants Redmond & Vorisek, Sergeant Walker,

Detective Dodd

Date Due: 03/15/12

Action Step 3:

Install the evidence container within the computer forensic office.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenants Redmond & Vorisek, Sergeant Walker,

Detective Dodd

Date Due: 06/15/12

OBJECTIVE 139: Determine the best “smart” phone with internet access to the MYICU Detective to allow for

uninterrupted communication to targets of on-line solicitation cases.

Action Step 1:

Determine the need and capabilities for the phone to accommodate the type of investigative activity being conducted.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Vorisek, Detective Dodd, Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 02/15/12

Action Step 2:

Research the most cost effective phone and plan to fill the need of the phone.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Vorisek, Detective Dodd, Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 03/15/12

Action Step 3:

Purchase and activate the phone and install the necessary logging software to make the phone ready for investigative

work.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Vorisek, Detective Dodd, Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 04/15/12

OBJECTIVE 140: Develop the procedures and necessary forms to apply a civil infraction to the first time juvenile

“Sexting” offender to comply with the new “Sexting” Florida State Statute.

Action Step 1:

Review the requirements of the new “Sexting” statute as it pertains to the enforcement of the new law.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Vorisek & Detective Dodd

Date Due: 02/15/12

Action Step 2:

Meet with the criminal justice partners who will be involved in the enforcement, prosecution, and sanctions of this new

statute to determine each agencies’ role.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Vorisek & Detective Dodd

Date Due: 03/15/12

Action Step 3:

Develop a new civil citation form to accommodate the “Sexting” civil infraction for the first offense of the statute.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Vorisek & Detective Dodd

Date Due: 04/15/12

Action Step 4:

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Have this new form approved by those agencies involved as well as MCSO legal staff.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Vorisek, David Porter

Date Due: 04/30/12

Action Step 5:

Complete the printing and dissemination of the new MCSO “Sexting” forms.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenants Englebright & Vorisek, Della Earp

Date Due: 05/31/12

Action Step 6:

Conduct ongoing training with patrol deputies in the proper initial response to “Sexting” cases.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenants Englebright & Vorisek, Detective Dodd

Date Due: 10/31/12

PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 141- Develop an internship program. (S)

Action Step 1:

Facilitate the promotion of internship program to the community.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran & Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 02/15/12

Action Step 2:

Recruiting interns from area colleges.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe & Lt. Englebright

Date Due: 04/15/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 142 – Objective: Develop MCSO – The Last 48 Hours a web-based news feature to “air”

each Monday, recounting wanted persons and information concerning specific crimes, of which happened in the last 48

hours. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Define show outline

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe & Callen Shirley

Date Due: 2/28/12

Action Step 2:

Define content placement on the MCSO landing page.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe & Callen Shirley

Date Due: 4/28/12

Action Step 3:

Create and deploy PR/Marketing Campaign for program.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe & Callen Shirley

Date Due: 6/28/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 143 – Produce weekly live web-based news cast “MCSO NewsRoom” (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Define show outline

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Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe, MSgt. Robert R. Johnson

& Callen Shirley

Date Due: 7/15/12

Action Step 2:

Define content placement on the MCSO landing page

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe, MSgt. Robert R. Johnson

& Callen Shirley

Date Due: 9/31/12

Action Step 3:

Create and deploy PR/Marketing Campaign for program.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe, MSgt. Robert R. Johnson

& Callen Shirley

Date Due: 11/31/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 144 – Assist more with placing content on the MCSO website. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Selecting a new template that allows editing and/or placement of content onto the website

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe & Callen Shirley

Date Due: 3/01/12

Action Step 2:

Keep website updated with links and content

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe & Callen Shirley

Date Due: 5/15/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 145- Increase Social Media usage by 100% (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Identify the “next” social media outlet/platform

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran & Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 4/28/12

Action Step 2:

Measuring our social media efforts for effectiveness.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran & Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 6/15/12

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 146: Produce Educational Video On Outstanding Customer Service For Agency-wide

viewing.

Action Step 1:

Identify the number of divisions needing a video on customer service.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe & Callen Shirley

Date Due: 4/01/12

Action Step 2:

Write script for video.

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Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran and Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 7/15/12

Action Step 3:

Recruit “actors” both within the agency and volunteers from the community to “star” in video(s).

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran and Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 8/01/12

Action Step 4:

Start production of video(s).

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe & Callen Shirley

Date Due: 8/15/12

Action Step 5:

Distribute completed video(s).

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran and Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 9/15/12

OBJECTIVE 147- Expand media professional contacts by 20 percent. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Update current E-list of media professionals

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 02/1/12

Action Step 2:

Research media markets of Orlando, Gainesville, Jacksonville and Tampa

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 03/1/12

Action Step 3:

Add new contacts to the recently updated E-list of media professionals

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 04/1/12

OBJECTIVE 148- Create and maintain a non-profit E-list to develop partnerships (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Identify every available non-profit, not-for-profit, religious or social organization in Marion County

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 02/28/12

Action Step 2:

Create an E-list of organizations

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 03/15/12

Action Step 3:

Send an opt-out Email to organizations

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Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 03/30/12

Action Step 4:

Establish and maintain a final E-list for 2012. Update in 2013

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 05/30/12

OBJECTIVE 149: Gain coverage in national/state law enforcement publications

Action Step 1:

Identify at least 2 opportunities to highlight MCSO setting the standard for law enforcement agencies. This can include new

policies, newly acquired equipment, advanced technology, a significant grant, new buildings, etc. (Example: Taking over

the DJJ)

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 05/15/12

Action Step 2:

Submit articles and photos to the Sheriff’s Star and publications alike, to share best practices and how MCSO is “forging”

the way for law enforcement agencies.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe

Date: Due: 06/01/12

OBJECTIVE 148: To host a professional development session for other public relations/public information agencies or

organizations (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Host a triple component media training event for the Florida Public Relations Association. This event will include an oncamera

interview style session using the Sheriff’s Office EOC and PIO room, green screen and camera equipment; a “how

to” PSA workshop; and a media roundtable Q&A session.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 03/01/12

Action Step 2:

Host a public information training event for the Florida Law Enforcement Public Information Officers Assoc. During this

session, we will share the MCSO PIO office’s best practices and media reviews received recently for outstanding

performance in the media relations field.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 11/1/12

OBJECTIVE 150: Paperless PIO division

Action Step 1:

Making public reports available digitally.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe & Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 03/15/12

Action Step 2:

Identify available compatible software to make daily commit sheets available online.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe & Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 03/30/12

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Action Step 3:

Identify available compatible software to make daily incident reports available online.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe & Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 04/15/12

Action Step 4:

Acquire the sufficient technology to go paperless for PIO and Records

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe & Ray Mulkey

Date Due:

OBJECTIVE 151 - Increase “street team” public relations campaigns by 10% (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Identify high foot traffic locations in Marion County.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 2/01/12

Action Step 2:

Identify specific audience or target contacts for an effective PR campaign.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe

Date Due: 3/1/12

Action Step 3:

Solidify a plan of using MCSO Cadets for Street Team events.

Person(s) Responsible: Judge Cochran, Jenifer Lowe & Sgt. April Nichols

Date Due: 3/15/2011

RECORDS AND S.T.A.R.

CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 152- Develop and implement a procedure that will update Florida Statutes, UCR codes

and call close types on one uniform table to be used agency-wide. (SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Review statues in current Records/STAR tables and identify tables that require updating.

Person(s) Responsible: Patti Napoli, Tricia Ardovino, Ray Mulkey, and Capt. Linda Vyse

Date Due: 02/01/2012

Action Step 2:

Update all statues tables within the Records Management System that are required for Records/STAR.

Person(s) Responsible: Patti Napoli, Tricia Ardovino, Sharon Roberts and Capt. Linda Vyse

Date Due: 04/29/2012

Action Step 3:

Make recommend changes on the Records/STAR tables and implement.

Person(s) Responsible: Patti Napoli, Tricia Ardovino, Sharon Roberts, Lt. Jill Ross, Ray Mulkey,

and Capt. Linda Vyse

Date Due: 06/30/12

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CARRY-OVER OBJECTIVE 153– Increase the number of users with the current electronic citation program to

strive for 100% compliance. (SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Establish a committee to review other electronic citation programs that can integrate with our current Records Management

System.

Person(s) Responsible: Tricia Ardovino, Sgt. Luis Pulford, Lt. Kevin Rowe, Ray Mulkey

and Capt. Linda Vyse

Date Due: 02/09/2012

Action Step 2:

Determine if any costs are involved; identify funding sources, if needed.

Person(s) Responsible: Tricia Ardovino, Sgt. Luis Pulford, Lt. Kevin Rowe, Ray Mulkey

and Capt. Linda Vyse

Date Due: 05/16/2012

Action Step 3: Make recommendations on committee’s findings.

Person(s) Responsible: Tricia Ardovino, Sgt. Luis Pulford, Lt. Rowe, Ray Mulkey

and Capt. Linda Vyse

Date Due: 06/30/12

OBJECTIVE 154 -Enhance the efficiency of employee workload by integrating technology with other governmental

partners. (SaMWF)

Action Step 1:

Identify procedures taken to complete specific job duties within Records and STAR, Booking and Classifications.

Person(s) Responsible: Nichole Dodd, Tricia Ardovino, Christy Drake, Jessica McRee, Patti

Napoli , Jill Ross

Date Due: 02/28/12

Action Step 2:

Compile information gathered and analysis to determine what technology or procedures changes are suitable for use.

Person(s) Responsible: Nichole Dodd, Tricia Ardovino, Christy Drake, Jessica McRee, Patti

Napoli, Capt. L. Vyse, Jill Ross

Date Due: 03/30/12

Action Step 3:

Implement new procedures once areas of improvement have been identified.

Person(s) Responsible: Nichole Dodd, Tricia Ardovino, Christy Drake, Jessica McRee, Patti

Napoli, Capt. L. Vyse, Jill Ross

Date Due: 04/30/12

OBJECTIVE 178– Streamline the reporting system to reduce the amount of time deputies spend on hold with

STAR and reduce compensatory time. This will also reduce the work load for the STAR operators. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Develop a list of what type of calls can/cannot be completed by deputies to allow deputies to write/type their own reports.

(non-Part I crimes and reports that do not contain FCIC/NCIC type entries).

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Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Gallion, Sgt. Hopkins, Sgt. Dixon, Capt. L. Vyse, Lt. Rowe,

Sgt. Pulford, Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 5/1/12

Action Step 2:

Make the reporting system available to supervisors (sergeants and above) to make minor spelling/grammatical corrections

in reports.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Gallion, Sgt. Hopkins, Sgt. Dixon, Capt. L. Vyse, Lt. Rowe,

Sgt. Pulford. Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 10/15/12

Action Step 3:

Ascertain the proper software development and training for deputies.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Gallion, Sgt. Hopkins, Sgt. Dixon, Capt. L. Vyse, Lt. Rowe,

Sgt. Pulford. Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 10/15/12

Action Step 4:

Implement the program.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Gallion, Sgt. Hopkins, Sgt. Dixon, Capt. L. Vyse, Lt. Rowe,

Sgt. Pulford. Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 12/1/12

RESERVES

OBJECTIVE 155 – Recruit retired law enforcement officers to increase membership in the unit by 20%. (S)

Action Step 1:

Form a recruitment team.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Anderson, Lt. Oldberg

Date Due: 1/30/12

Action Step 2:

Compile a list of retired law enforcement officers.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Oldberg

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 3:

Contact and process candidates.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Oldberg

Date Due: 3/15/12

OBJECTIVE 156– Explore opportunities to obtain grants to fund specialized training. (Stewardship)

Action Step 1:

Determine what types of grants are available.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Anderson, Lt. Oldberg, Ashley Clark

Date Due: 2/15/12

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Action Step 2:

Coordinate with agency grant writer to apply for grants.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Anderson, Lt. Oldberg

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 3:

Utilize any grants obtained for specialized training.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Anderson, Lt. Oldberg, Sgt. Blatt

Date Due: 4/15/12

OBJECTIVE 157– Develop specialized units within the Reserve Unit. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Identify specific needs within the agency and community to determine types of units (i.e. proactive, patrol, investigative

assistance, civic events).

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Oldberg

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Name units.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Anderson

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 3:

Assign members and leaders to each unit.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Anderson, Lt. Etheredge

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 4:

Assign specific tasks to each unit.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Anderson, Lt. Etheredge, Sgt. Blatt, Sgt. Albury

Date Due: 3/15/12

Action Step 5:

Evaluate program.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Anderson, Lt. Oldberg

Date Due: 11/15/12

ROBBERY UNIT

OBJECTIVE 158– Develop a web presence on the MCSO public website to showcase unsolved robberies with the

goal of closing pending/cold case robberies. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Develop a web page link on the MCSO public website to highlight unsolved robberies and include a $1,000 reward for

information leading to an arrest.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Miller, Detective Levay, Callen Shirley, PIO

Date Due: 02/28/12

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Action Step 2:

Identify unsolved robberies with those characteristics that would be favorable for public display.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Miller & Detective Levay, PIO

Date Due: 3/31/12

Action Step 3:

Draft the unsolved robbery web page content and enter this information into the MCSO website.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Miller, Detective Levay & Callen Shirley, PIO

Date Due: 4/30/12

Action Step 4:

Follow-up on any generated leads and evaluate the effectiveness of the unsolved robbery web page.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Miller & Detective Levay, PIO

Date Due: On-going

OBJECTIVE 159– Replace deactivated “communicator system” with the new “Code Red” system to be used to

alert other banks in the event a bank is robbed. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Contact all of the financial institutions located in Marion County and develop a complete and current listing of emergency

contact telephone numbers.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Miller, Detectives Dice & Levay

Date Due: 02/28/12

Action Step 2:

Upload the emergency contact information into the Code Red system.

Person(s) Responsible: Detective Dice & Sergeant Johnson

Date Due: 3/31/12

Action Step 3:

Test the Code Red system to ensure it is functioning properly.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeants Miller, Johnson, & Detective Levay

Date Due: 4/30/12

OBJECTIVE 160– Create an information sharing network between the Robbery and Drug Units to share drugrelated

robbery intelligence. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Develop protocol for the on-call robbery Detectives who are investigating drug-related robbery cases to contact the Drug

Enforcement Unit for information sharing and possible joint investigations.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Miller, Detective Levay, & Lieutenant Winston

Date Due: 02/28/12

Action Step 2:

Grant robbery detectives access to the Drug Track database.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Miller & Lieutenant Winston

Date Due: 3/31/12

Action Step 3:

Institute the developed protocol.

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Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Miller, Detective Levay & Lieutenant Winston

Date Due: 4/30/12

OBJECTIVE 161– Develop and implement a new robbery awareness presentation specifically tailored to

pharmacies, doctor’s offices and health care providers to train them on how to prevent and react to robberies.

(QoL)

Action Step 1:

Research the trend of prescription medication robberies from commercial establishments.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Miller, Detective Levay, & Lieutenant Winston

Date Due: 02/28/12

Action Step 2:

Develop a customized power point presentation for pharmacies, doctor’s offices and health care providers.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Miller, Detective Levay & Lieutenant Winston

Date Due: 5/31/12

Action Step 3:

Advertise the availability of the presentation to the targeted businesses via the MCSO website and the media.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Miller, Detective Levay, Judge Cochran & Callen Shirley

Date Due: 6/30/12

Action Step 4:

Present the robbery awareness training to businesses.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Miller & Detective Levay

Date Due: On-going

SOPU

OBJECTIVE 162: Determine the feasibility of adding the description and picture of tattoos of sex offenders (not

arrested locally) as a searchable field in our records system and/or Reg-Net.

Action Step 1:

Determine the number of offenders and predators that are registered in Marion County that have not been incarcerated in

Marion County.

Person(s) Responsible: Detectives Watts & Scheib

Date Due: 02/15/12

Action Step 2:

Identify a means to collect photographs and descriptive information on those sex offenders.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Vorisek, Sergeant Miller, Detectives Watts

& Scheib, Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 04/15/12

Action Step 3:

Identify the cost for adding a field to the sex offender data base within the Marion County Sheriff’s records system that

would hold the added tattoo information.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Vorisek, Sergeant Miller, Detectives Watts

& Scheib, Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 06/30/12

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OBJECTIVE 163: Create a collaborative effort with our newly joined U.S Marshal Task Force to reduce the total

number of absconded sex offenders/predators by 25%.

Action Step 1:

Identify those sex offenders and predators that have absconded and prioritize that list by those with the most leads for

capture.

Person(s) Responsible: Detectives Watts & Scheib

Date Due: 02/15/12

Action Step 2:

Meet with the US Marshals’ Task Force to develop a strategy for the fugitive investigation.

Person(s) Responsible: Detective Scheib, Watts, Vorisek, E., Buie

Date Due: 03/15/12

Action Step 3:

Begin fugitive investigation and active search for absconded sex offenders.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Vorisek, Detectives Buie, Watts, & Scheib

Date Due: 03/15/12

Action Step 4:

Evaluate the program for success.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Vorisek, Detectives Buie, Watts, & Scheib

Date Due: 12/15/12

SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT

OBJECTIVE 164: Determine the feasibility of providing counseling services for Detectives in Major Crimes to

assist them in dealing with the exposure to child abuse, child sex abuse, and child pornography to increase the

overall well-being and longevity of these Detectives. (SaMW)

Action Step 1: COMPLETE

Attend SHIFT (Supporting Heroes in Mental Health Foundation Training) to obtain information on the program.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Vorisek, Detective Dodd

Date Due: 01/30/12

Action Step 2:

Locate the nearest mental health professional who could provide the recommended counseling.

Person(s) Responsible Lieutenant Vorisek, Sergeant Bevan, David Palmer

Date Due: 06/15/12

Action Step 3:

Present proposal through chain of command for consideration.

Person(s) Responsible: Lieutenant Vorisek, Sergeant Bevan, David Palmer

Date Due: 09/15/12

OBJECTIVE 165: Provide training to all sworn employees in conducting preliminary child abuse (physical/sexual)

investigations. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

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Develop a customized power point presentation for deputies on how to conduct the preliminary investigation in child abuse

cases and what information is needed.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Bevan, Inspector Mongeluzzo

Date Due: 03/15/12

Action Step 2:

Place the power point on Power DMS.

Person(s) Responsible: Training Division

Date Due: 04/15/12

Action Step 3:

Present the training to personnel during their weekly briefings.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Bevan, Inspector Mongeluzzo Detectives Myers,

Peavy, Scala, Skinner & Smith

Date Due: 06/15/12

OBJECTIVE 166: Provide training to all sworn employees in conducting preliminary investigations dealing with

Human Trafficking. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Develop a customized power point presentation for deputies on how to conduct the preliminary investigation on potential

Human Trafficking cases and what information is needed.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Bevan, Inspector Mongeluzzo

Date Due: 03/15/12

Action Step 2:

Place the power point on Power DMS.

Person(s) Responsible: Training Division

Date Due: 04/15/12

Action Step 3:

Present the training to personnel during their weekly briefings.

Person(s) Responsible: Sergeant Bevan, Inspector Mongeluzzo

Date Due: 06/15/12

SWAT

OBJECTIVE 167– Coordinate biannual training with Alachua and Citrus County SWAT teams to further enhance

positive working relationships. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Contact other counties.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Chisholm

Date Due: 2/1/12

Action Step 2:

Set training dates.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Chisholm

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 3:

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Conduct training.

Person(s) Responsible: Det. Robbins, Agent Bollers, Dep. Terrell, Dep. McQuaig

Date Due: 6/15/12, 12/15/12

Action Step 4:

Evaluate effectiveness of training.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Chisholm, Lt. Turner, Sgt. Medlin, Sgt. Curtis

Date Due: 12/30/12

OBJECTIVE 168 – Increase the number of Marion County School Junior ROTC programs competing in the annual

Bad to the Bone JROTC Challenge, to further enhance a positive relationship between the students and the

Marion County Sheriff’s Office. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Contact all Marion County High Schools JROTC Commanders.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Chisholm, Capt. Wildy, Sgt. Johnson

Date Due: 3/1/12

Action Step 2:

Set date which is compatible for all schools.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Chisholm, Capt. Wildy

Date Due: 3/1/12

Action Step 3:

Host the event.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Chisholm, Major Craig, Capt. Wildy

Date Due: 3/1/12

Action Step 4:

Review event.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Chisholm, Capt. Wildy, Major Craig

Date Due: 5/15/12

TRAFFIC UNIT

OBJECTIVE 169– Develop an educational traffic safety program, that will be presented by the Traffic Unit, at high

school driver’s education programs. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Develop a training program to address the leading causes of teen driver crashes and fatalities.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara, Dep. Hay

Date Due: 4/30/12

Action Step 2:

Review the program with the Command Staff and the School Board.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara, Dep. Hay

Date Due: 5/30/12

Action Step 3:

Implement the program.

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Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara, Dep. Hay

Date Due: 6/15/12

OBJECTIVE 170– Develop a strategic operational plan incorporating dates, times, locations in an effort to work

specific areas of concern based on crashes, fatalities and complaints. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Gather information from STEER meetings and Districts.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara

Date Due: On-going

Action Step 2:

Identify areas of concern through documented information disseminated at STEER meetings.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara

Date Due: On-going

Action Step 3:

Disseminate information

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara

Date Due: On-going

Action Step 4:

Update results at quarterly KAT-Stat meetings.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. O’Hara

Date Due: On-going

TRAINING

OBJECTIVE 171: Determine the feasibility to merge the old training records into the current Power DMS

management training records program to facilitate the ease of checking employee training records.

Action Step 1:

Meet with IT to determine the steps to implement to merge the two systems.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Rick Englebright, Sgt. Starling & IT

Date Due: 1/31/12

Action Step 2:

Begin the process and complete any data conversion issues.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Rick Englebright, Sgt. Al Starling & IT

Date Due: 3/31/12

Action Step 3:

Complete the process of the merger where the employee will be able to get a history of their training that is stored in the

electronic format.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Rick Englebright, Sgt. Al Starling & IT

Date Due: 9/30/12

OBJECTIVE 172: Update the computers and software.

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Action Step 1:

Meet with IT to determine the equipment and software that needs to be updated and arrange for the purchase of the

equipment.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Rick Englebright, Sgt. Al Starling & IT

Date Due: 10/26/12

Action Step 2:

Receive and install the equipment.

Person(s) Responsible: Lt. Rick Englebright, Sgt. Al Starling & IT

Date Due: 1/4/12

URT

OBJECTIVE 173 – Maintain and upgrade equipment of all divers assigned to the Underwater Recovery Team.

(SMWF)

Action Step 1:

Conduct an inventory and inspection of all dive equipment.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Padgett, Dep. Graham

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Determine which equipment is in need of current replacement or near future replacement.

Person(s) Responsible: Sgt. Padgett, Dep. Graham

Date Due: 2/29/12

Action Step 3:

Create a priority list of equipment for replacement.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Vyse, Lt. Joiner

Date Due: 3/30/12

Action Step 4:

Determine if funds are available for procurement.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Rolls

Date Due: 4/30/12

Action Step 5:

Submit purchase orders if funds are available.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Vyse, Lt. Joiner

Date Due: 6/30/12

OBJECTIVE 174 – Conduct bi-annual training with adjoining county Public Safety Dive Teams (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Contact other local agencies with Public Safety Dive Teams to determine their capabilities and equipment.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Vyse, Lt. Joiner

Date Due: 2/14/12

Action Step 2:

Determine dates for joint training operations

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Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Vyse, Lt. Joiner

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 3:

Conduct training.

Person(s) Responsible: Dep. Counts

Date Due: 3/30/12, On-going

Action Step 4:

Evaluate effectiveness of training.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Vyse, Lt. Joiner

Date Due: 12/15/12

WARRANTS

OBJECTIVE 175: Reduce warrants backlog by 5%. (QoL)

Action Step 1:

Work with SAO on filing no prosecution of misdemeanor warrants before 2005.

Persons Responsible: Lt. A. Ramirez, Warrants Unit

Date Due: 2/15/12

Action Step 2:

Expand the fugitive volunteer program to better serve the needs of deputies utilizing the information provided by the

volunteers.

Persons Responsible: Lt. A. Ramirez, Warrants Unit

Date Due: 6/15/12

Action Step 3:

Conduct a warrants sweep once a quarter in conjunction with OPD, P&P, and District Commanders.

Persons Responsible: Lt. A. Ramirez, Warrants Unit

Date Due: 6/28/12, quarterly

Action Step 4:

Track and evaluate the results

Persons Responsible: Lt. A. Ramirez,

Date Due: 7/15/12, quarterly

WATCH COMMANDERS

OBJECTIVE 176– Review and evaluate the Patrol Internal Manual for updates. (SMWF)

Action Step 1:

Create a committee to review the current patrol Internal Manual.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Terrell, Lt. Englebright, Sgt. Bazemore, Sgt. Denault, QRT

Date Due: 2/29/12, Sgt. Dixon

Action Step 2:

Review and evaluate the manual for out of date information or missing information (requirements that have been made

mandatory that are currently only a verbal notice or known practice).

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Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Terrell, Lt. Englebright, Sgt. Bazemore, Sgt. Denault, Sgt. Dixon

Date Due: 4/30/12

Action Step 3:

Submit the corrected manual for accuracy and completeness to the Division Chief.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Terrell, Lt. Englebright, Sgt. Bazemore, Sgt. Denault, Sgt. Dixon

Date Due: 6/30/12

Action Step 4:

Implement and distribute the new manual to appropriate units.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Terrell, Lt. Englebright, Sgt. Bazemore, Sgt. Denault, Sgt. Dixon

Date Due: 8/30/12

OBJECTIVE 177 – Read a minimum of one Operations Directive at every briefing. (SMWF)

Action Step 1:

Form a committee.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Sullivan, Lt. Englebright, Sgt. Raker, Sgt. Spicher,

Sgt. Padgett, Sgt. McClain, Lt. Gallion

Date Due: 2/1/12

Action Step 2:

Review Operations Directives.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Sullivan, Lt. Englebright, Sgt. Raker, Sgt. Spicher,

Sgt. Padgett, Sgt. McClain, Lt. Gallion

Date Due: 3/1/12

Action Step 3:

Select directives to be covered.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Sullivan, Lt. Englebright, Sgt. Raker, Sgt. Spicher,

Sgt. Padgett, Sgt. McClain, Lt. Gallion

Date Due: 5/1/12

Action Step 4:

Review directives at briefings.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Sullivan, Lt. Englebright, Sgt. Raker, Sgt. Spicher,

Sgt. Padgett, Sgt. McClain, Lt. Gallion

Date Due: 6/15/12

OBJECTIVE 178– Streamline the reporting system to reduce the amount of time deputies spend on hold with

STAR and reduce compensatory time. This will also reduce the work load for the STAR operators. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Develop a list of what type of calls can/cannot be completed by deputies to allow deputies to write/type their own reports.

(non-Part I crimes and reports that do not contain FCIC/NCIC type entries).

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Gallion, Sgt. Hopkins, Sgt. Dixon, Capt. L. Vyse, Lt. Rowe,

Sgt. Pulford, Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 5/1/12

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Action Step 2:

Make the reporting system available to supervisors (sergeants and above) to make minor spelling/grammatical corrections

in reports.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Gallion, Sgt. Hopkins, Sgt. Dixon, Capt. L. Vyse, Lt. Rowe,

Sgt. Pulford. Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 10/15/12

Action Step 3:

Ascertain the proper software development and training for deputies.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Gallion, Sgt. Hopkins, Sgt. Dixon, Capt. L. Vyse, Lt. Rowe,

Sgt. Pulford. Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 10/15/12

Action Step 4:

Implement the program.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Gallion, Sgt. Hopkins, Sgt. Dixon, Capt. L. Vyse, Lt. Rowe,

Sgt. Pulford. Ray Mulkey

Date Due: 12/1/12

OBJECTIVE 179 – Evaluate and streamline the response to 911 hang-up calls involving cell phone towers. (EoS)

Action Step 1:

Develop criteria for response to 911 hang-ups (physical address – not cell tower address).

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Rawls, Sgt. Hopkins, Sgt. Richie, Sgt. Curtis, Karl Oltz

Date Due: 3/30/12

Action Step 2:

Compile a complete list of cell tower locations within Marion County.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Rawls, Sgt. Hopkins, Sgt. Richie, Sgt. Curtis, Karl Oltz

Date Due: 6/1/12

Action Step 3:

Develop a policy and implement.

Person(s) Responsible: Capt. Rawls, Sgt. Hopkins, Sgt. Richie, Sgt. Curtis, Karl Oltz

Date Due: 9/30/12

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