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Resolution No. 11-11

 

January 31, 2011

 

 

 

 

                At the meeting of the Police Commission on Wednesday, January 26, 2011, the following resolution was adopted:

 

RESOLUTION NO. 11-11

 

ADOPTION OF PROPOSED OBJECTIVES AND CRITERIA FOR SETTING PRIORITIES AND LIST OF COMMISSION PRIORITIES AND APPROVAL TO POST ON THE COMMISSION WEBPAGE                  

 

                RESOLVED, that the Commission hereby adopts the following Objectives and Criteria for Setting Priorities and list of Commission priorities:

 

OBJECTIVES (Not in order of any priority):

 

1.            To schedule, hear and decide discipline cases with maximum efficiency and fairness.

 

2.            To systematically review the primary areas of the Police Department, including Department General Orders, to make sure they are running well and in compliance with current law and best practices for training.

 

3.            To address the particular needs of special populations that may have challenges impacting public safety due to culture or language differences, disability or age to insure accessibility to and protection of the police system.

 

4.            To support the Chief of Police and the Director of Office of Citizen Complaints.

 

5.            To foster confidence, trust and respect in the Police Department, peace officers, the Office of Citizen Complaints, and the Police Commission.

 

CRITERIA FOR SETTING PRIORITIES (Not in order of any priority):

 

1.            Does the matter address one or more commission objectives, stated above?

 

2.            How urgent is the matter?

 

3.            How long is the commission meeting agenda proposed for discussion of the matter and how long would the matter require for presentation, discussion, and/or action?

 

4.            How long ago was the matter planned for presentation, discussion and/or action? 

 

5.            How high a priority is the matter for the San Francisco Public, Chief of Police, or Director of Office of Citizen Complaints?

 

6.            To what degree does the matter impact public safety?

 

SUMMARY OF PRIORITIES:

 

TOP TIER “RED”:

                Language Access

                Mental Health Issues

                Patrol Special Officers

                Nightclub Violence

                Undocumented Crime Victims

 

SECOND TIER “BLUE”:

                Brady II

                DNA & Sexual Assault Cases

                Domestic Violence

 

THIRD TIER:

                Breach of Confidentiality             

                Chief of Police & OCC Director Reviews

                Surveillance, Racial Profiling

                Commission Staffing

                Domestic Violence

                DGO on Shooting Moving Vehicles

                Cannabis

 

                FURTHER RESOLVED, that the priorities will be discussed when the full Commission is present; and

 

                FURTHER RESOLVED, that this resolution be posted on the Police Commission webpage.

 

PRESENT:             Commissioners Mazzucco, Marshall, Chan, Kingsley, Hammer

ABSENT:               Commissioners DeJesus, Slaughter

 

                                                                                                                Very truly yours,

 

 

                                                                                                                Lieutenant Timothy Falvey

                                                                                                                Secretary

                                                                                                                San Francisco Police Commission

 

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