CITY OF NEW O RLEANS 2014 Proposed Budget

CITY OF NEW O RLEANS 2014 Proposed Budget

CITY OF NEW O RLEANS 2014 Proposed Budget New Orleans Police Department October 30, 2013 02/22/20 20 New Orleans Police Department 2014 Budget Presentation Department Mission & Vision 2013 Year In Review 2014 Allocation 2014 Department Goals Performance Measures 2 Insert Presentation Name in New Orleans Police Master Department Department Mission & Vision Mission Statement The mission of the New Orleans Police Department is to provide professional police services to the public in order to maintain order and protect life and property. We will identify and solve problems by forming partnerships with the citizens of our community to enhance the quality of life for our citizens and visitors. Our service will be delivered through transparency, accountability, collaboration and integrity. Vision Statement 3 It is our goal to make significant strides in reducing overall crime and making our streets safe for all who live, visit and do business in the City of New Orleans. The reduction of violent crime remains our highest priority. Building new and invigorating existing partnerships with members of our community is critical to our success. We believe that the overall satisfaction of the community we serve assists in heightening the performance and response level of the men and women of our Department. Increased satisfaction and the resulting confidence of the community in the NOPD will result in lower crime rates and more successful prosecution of those persons who committed crime in our community. As a direct result of our recent reorganization and Insert Presentation Name in New Orleans Police consolidation of departmental functions, we are poised to provide more Master Department accountability and efficiency in managing the daily operations of the New 2013 Year In Review Office of the Superintendent of Police Field Operations Bureau (FOB) Investigation & Support Bureau (ISB) Public Integrity Bureau (PIB) Management Services Bureau (MSB) 4 Insert Presentation Name in New Orleans Police

Master Department 2013 Year In Review Office of the Superintendent of Police Consent Decree On July 25, 2012, the City of New Orleans formally agreed to enter into a Consent Decree with the U.S. Department of Justice/Civil Rights Division. Certain costs within the New Orleans Police Departments 2013 Budget Proposal are reflective of funding required to meet specific compliance timelines established under this Agreement. Funding allocation for Consent Decree will be placed in separate miscellaneous fund in the Chief Administrative Office. As part of the Citys overall proposed $7,000,000 Consent Decree funding request for 2013, direct cost related to NOPD operations total $4,750,000 updated status below: NOPD Personnel $877,832 Consent Decree Administrator (Deputy Superintendent) / Position approved by Civil Service on 10/21/13, awaiting Council endorsement (proposed salary $117, 562). Curriculum Director / Position approved by both Civil Service & Council, currently being advertised (proposed salary $55,102) HR Manager interviewing candidates (proposed salary $51,783) Technology Project Manager (City ITI) Technology Architecture (City ITI) Lexipol Policy Development $97,950 (2014) AVL & Mobile Data Terminal $1,297,098 (still remaining in 2013 budget available grant funds used to offset this cost) In-Car Camera System - $1,410,000 (NOPD intends to re-direct use of $200,000 before year end for purchase of body worn cameras 2 Year Data Storage - $383,200 (City ITI) Electronic Control Weapons - $601,220 (spent in 2013) 5 Insert Presentation Name in New Orleans Police Master Department 2013 Year In Review Office of the Superintendent of Police cont. Compliance Audits Policy and Planning Customer Satisfaction Surveys, initiated in the summer of 2010 continue and are conducted on random Part I UCR Major Crime reports, resulting in 684 surveys YTD and 3,834 since June 2010. Since June 2010, more than 10,000 police reports and police response to Calls For Service have been reviewed Completed re-write of the entire NOPD manual on June 30, 2013 (over 1,000 page document) to be consistent with Best Practices and Consent Decree requirements. Technology Implemented Omega Crime View Dashboards in crime analysis system for a more robust crime analysis/tracking system and response strategy by District Commands Implemented a workload analysis and patrol staffing optimization system using state-ofthe-art software Expanded the use of Digital Mobile Video/Audio Recording systems in department patrol vehicles Increased the number of Digital Mobile Video/Audio Recording systems in interview rooms Implemented an on-line Daily Training Bulletin system for all commissioned officers which requires successful testing Assisted multiple agencies/consultants/entities with data requests for crime reductions or assessment of NOPD initiatives Initiated purchasing procedures to acquire BODY WORN CAMERAS for NOPD officers deployment expected within 6-12 weeks Insert Presentation Name in Promotion of Police Officers New Orleans Police Master 6 Department NOPDs training academy worked closely with the Fraternal Order of Police created a

2013 Year In Review Office of the Superintendent of Police cont. Departmental Staffing Today there are 1,204 officers of any rank, compared to 1,539 in May 2010 a reduction of 21.77% or 335 less officers The 2014 proposed budget provides full year funding for 1,260 sworn and 225 civilian staff Today there are 19% fewer Police Officers of any rank than May 2010 Today there are 15% fewer Police Sergeants than May 2010 Today there are 20.5% fewer senior leaders (Lieutenant, Captain Major, Commanders or Deputy Chief) than May 2010 Assignment of Sworn NOPD About 64% of all sworn personnel (Recruit through Deputy Superintendent) are assigned to the Field Operations Bureau Patrol Districts; Patrol Investigations (robbery, assault, burglary, thefts) and Special Operations (SWAT, K9, Traffic, Bomb) About 17.5% of all sworn personnel are assigned to Investigative Support Bureau Homicide, Sex Crimes, Child Abuse, Juvenile, DV, Intelligence, Gang, Major Narcotics, Vice/Prostitution, Computer Forensic, Crime Lab (firearms examiners, drug chemistry), City Hall, Municipal/Traffic/Juvenile Courts, District Attorneys Office Unlike Patrol functions where a number of standards my be appliedthere is currently no industry standard of the number of detectives required, recent staffing study report, Insert Presentation Name in Glendale, AZ Police Department New duty Orleans Master 7 About 9.5% of all sworn personnel are on long term sick leave, military leave, limited duePolice to Department injury, administrative, etc. 2013 Year In Review cont. Field Operations Bureau While the 2013 DWI arrest numbers show a 12% decrease from 2012 YTD, the significant strides made in enforcement have indicated that checkpoints are up 38%. The Louisiana Highway Safety Commission has increased grant funding by 8% in Orleans Parish due to the New Orleans Police Departments diligence in promoting highway safety and addressing the number of traffic fatalities in the City. DWI arrests for 2013 have declined in all areas with the exception of the motorcycle platoons and checkpoints; the following is the comparison by DWI category: 2012 2013 Radio Dispatched 375 361 - 4% Self-Initiated 562 468 - 17% Hwy Safety OT125 73 - 12% Checkpoint Arrests 67 96 +30% Motorcycle Platoons 44 63 +30% Certified District Personnel (1st 8th) 71 28 8 - 61% Insert Presentation Name in New Orleans Police Master Department 2013 Year In Review cont. Investigation & Support Bureau

In early 2012, ISB, under the recommendations of DOJ-BJA to advance our Homicide Units policies, procedures and practices, and to staff the unit with an adequate number of detectives, has shown an improvement in the overall clearance rate and murder reduction in 2013. The Homicide Units clearance rate is now 63% and murder has been reduced by 25.1%. The unit had 163 murders at this time last year and has 123 this year which is a reduction of 40 murders. In late 2012, the Multi-Agency Gang Unit was developed and led by ISB commanders in conjunction with our Intelligence, Narcotics and Homicide commands. The goal was to conduct follow up using the Group Violence Reduction Strategy of the NOLA FOR LIFE campaign. The strategy was to fight the crimes of murder and violence among identified gangs/groups. The Gang Unit has successfully identified 13 gang groups and has dismantled 7 of those groups which resulted in 67indictments of gang members. In 2013, the Street Gang Unit also made a total of 1,263 arrest which includes: 266 Felony, 419 Misdemeanor, 116 Municipal, 64, traffic, 12 Juvenile, 68 Guns, 224 Narcotics arrest. The goal for 2014 is to dismantle and/or disrupt at least the same number of groups, as in 2012, using the Gang Violence Reduction Strategy. In 2013, the Major Case Narcotics Unit is working on increasing the number of street level narcotics dealers arrested by the unit and continue these efforts in 2014. MCN will also attempt to dismantle and federally prosecute at least the same number of drug trafficking organizations as in 2012. In 2012, the NOPD-Victim/Witness Assistance Unit launched our Rapid Engagement of Support in the Event of Trauma (R.E.S.E.T.) initiative. The program provides resource information to neighborhoods within 24-48 hours after a homicide occurs. The R.E.S.E.T. Program continued in 2013 and generated 1 lead, had 26 activations and 445 interactions with citizens in active homicide investigations. Central Evidence & Property Section successfully conducted a 100% audit of inventory, and BEAST- entry of all DNA evidence. This project has allowed for total accountability and the organization of all DNA evidence in NOPDs possession. After this effort was accomplished in 2012, a similar effort was accomplished in the main facilitys newly-created DNA room. In addition to a full reorganization of DNA on-hand, we integrated DNA evidence into our highercontrolled sensitive evidence operation, permanently assigning a Police Officer and Police Criminalist to oversee DNA maintenance daily. Our goal for 2014 is to continue to work towards disposing of all prescribed evidence, via court orders, that is no longer useful. A mammoth task involving the purging of numerous types and vast amounts ofInsert evidence throughout ourName facility,in Presentation with the utmost integrity, will free up considerable space. New Orleans Police Master Crime Labs goal is to improve the units average response time and increase testing,Department per 9 2013 Year In Review cont. Public Integrity Bureau Complaints Against Police Officers - Citizens or supervisor Initiated- Satisfaction with Officer Contact -15 % reduction in total complaints YTD (2012 vs 2011, there was a 16.1 % reduction in total complaints; 2011 vs 2010 there was a 13.8% reduction of employee misconduct cases) -2.6 % reduction in citizens complaints YTD -34.5 % reduction in supervisor initiated complaints YTD A reduction in Accident Review Board cases, with a 74% reduction in suspension resulting from Board Review Disciplinary actions from criminal or administrative investigations are up 33.1 % YTD Suspensions issued are up 34.4 % YTD Integrity Checks The Public Integrity Bureau has completed 210 integrity checks as of October 22, 2013. Goal is 240 by end of 2013. Professional Performance Enhancement Training (PPEP) 5- PPEP classes conducted YTD 56- Officers trained YTD Staffing Use of Force Investigation FIT (Force Investigation Team) Members attended a 32-hour block of instruction hosted and conducted by FBI regarding case management, interviewing and investigative techniques, etc. Additional training included Taser training, Internal Investigations, Use of Force, Excited Delirium and Arrest Related Deaths. A 24 hour training course on Officer Involved shootings is scheduled for November, 2013. Update PIB directives consistent with Consent Decree mandates. FIT has drafted an internal manual of standard operational and procedures in in

Insertpolicy Presentation Name New Orleans Police compliance with the Master 10 Department Consent Decree. Submitted Negotiated Settlements proposal for review. 2013 Year In Review cont. Management Services Bureau Recruitment Division/Education & Training Hired & Trained 30 new recruits Established new online Recruitment campaign, as of yesterday: 11,326 visits to joinnopd.org 1,681 applications downloaded Trained 14 instructors to teach IACP leadership classes (train-the-trainer); 30 supervisors trained in IACP leadership Recruitment staff increased attendance at job fairs by 10% Reduced background investigation time from average of 90-120 days, current average 75-80 days Created on line training for PO III & IV Records Management Implement the opening of the Records Rooms window Monday through Friday for access to background checks, police reports and letters of good conduct in an effort to serve the public as well as to realize a gain in revenue for the City of New Orleans. Data compiled from our customer service surveys since the July 2013 inception have yielded a 98% Very Satisfied rating. Since its July 2012 inception Sales of online Docview accident reports are in line to show an average monthly percentage increase of 21.14% through the end of 2013. Fleet Administration purchased 100 new vehicles (currently being outfitted with decals & equipment) Risk Management Two Accident Review Boards. Twenty three cases heard. Working on updating schedule of assessments Insert Presentation Name in New Orleans Police Master 11Fiscal & Human Resources (HR) Held 22 Rule IX hearing, increase of 32% from 2012 and heard 107 cases Department 2014 Allocation 12 Insert Presentation Name in New Orleans Police Master Department Funding Summary Other Operati ng; 2.94% Persona l Services EXPENDITURE HISTORY Public Safety; 100.00% $26,891,956.0 Police 97.06%

$6,718,885.0 $21,872,031.0 $6,476,010.0 $126,784,896.0 $7,763,791.0; $128,600,368.0 $150,000,000.0 $138,757.0 $128,606,454.0 $1,886,076.0 $130,272,813.0 $127,883,538.0 $119,332,022.0 $113,098,644.0 $125,000,000.0 $100,000,000.0 $75,000,000.0 $50,000,000.0 $25,000,000.0 $0.0 General Fund Year GF Expenditures Total Funding #FTEs* 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Adopted Proposed $113,098,644 $119,332,022 $127,883,538 $130,272,813 $128,606,454 $126,784,896 $128,600,368 134,970,675 146,223,978 129,769,614 130,411,570 135,082,464

134,548,687 135,319,253 1847.02 1811.72 1754.07 1642.68 1607.68 1514.57 1489.07 * All Full Time Employees figures are adopted. 13 Other Funds Insert Presentation NamePolice in New Orleans Master Department 2013 Adopted Budget Adopted 2013 = $ 128,684,216 14 2014 Proposed Budget Proposed 2014 = $ 128,616,499 Insert Presentation Name in New Orleans Police Master Department NOPD Manpower, 2013 (as of October 28, 2013) 60% 46% 46% 45% 40% 20% 8% 0% 1% -20% -40% -52% -60% Resigned

Retired Resigned Retired Dismissed Deceased Total Hired 15 Net Loss (Positions) Dismissed Deceased 2013 Attrition/Hiring 41 40 7 1 89 41 -48 Hired Net Loss (Positions) 46% 45% 8% 1% 48% Insert Presentation Name in New Orleans Police Master Department Historical Police Pension Trends MUNICIPAL POLICE EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM Employee and Employer Contribution Rates (July 1 June 30) Presentation in * Projected 2013 - 2014 contributions - Pension Board will provide new rateInsert in December 2013 upon receipt Name from actuary New Orleans Police Master 16 Department Performance Measures Key Performance Indicator 2013 Mid-Year 2013 Mid-Year Actual Target 2013 Year-End Target 2014 Target 460 Management Statistic Management Statistic

Management Statistic Average monthly number of crimes against property 2,238 Management Statistic Management Statistic Management Statistic Clearance rate for crimes against persons 44% 41% 41% 41% Clearance rate for crimes against property 15% 18% 18% 16% Number of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) arrests 626 885 1,770 1,355 New Measure in 2014 New Measure in 2014 Establishing Baseline 119 120 240 240 New Measure in 2014 New Measure in 2014 New Measure in 2014 Establishing Baseline

Number of Neighborhood Watch (Community Coordinating) meetings 494 400 800 822 Percent of officers completing 40 hours of in-service training 42% 50% 100% 100% Average monthly number of crimes against person Number of complaints about officers made to the NOPD New Measure in Public Integrity Bureau that were sustained 2014 Number of integrity checks Percent of police reports reviewed Number of recruit classes 17 New Measure in 2014 New Measure in New Measure in 3 2014 2014 Insert Presentation Name in New Orleans Police Master Department Actions to Meet 2014 KPIs and Goals Goal 1: Feeling Safe in Neighborhoods and Crime Fighting Goal 2: Community Policing Goal 3: Maintain high standards through proactive approach by Public Integrity Bureau 18 Goal 4: Highway Safety Initiatives Insert Presentation Name in New Orleans Police Master Department Actions to Meet 2014 KPIs and Goals

Feeling Safe in Neighborhoods and Crime Fighting Action 1. New Orleans residents feeling safe in their neighborhood continues to be the highest priority of the NOPD. Maintaining this level, or higher, of safety requires a daily focus on crime fighting, community policing, Quality of Life enforcement and developing a high performing organization. Effective recruiting, training, disciplining and deployment of officers and staff are the principal means of responding to crime, particularly violent crime. The Department will continue to be a flexible, responsive and an innovative policing agency designed to reduce crime, maintain response time to emergency calls at current levels, enforce Quality of Life standards and enhance public perception of the Police Department. Enforcement stops, directed patrols of District Task Forces and Narcotics Units, deployment of Mission 2 personnel, collaboration on a daily basis with local, state and federal law enforcement officials, etc. are a few examples of the Departments commitment to advancing public safety in New Orleans. The NOPD will continue to work aggressively through the NOLA FOR LIFE strategy and its holistic approach to strategically attacking the root causes of murder in our community with innovative programs such as Cease Fire and the Group Violence Reduction Strategy. Recent and continuing survey data shows that about 85% of those responding feel safe in their neighborhood in five different polls, conducted each six months, beginning in August 2010. The NOPD is committed to continued advancement of our citizens feeling safe. Community Policing Action 2. The Community Coordinating Sergeant program, established in August 2010, is 19 responsible for initiating and increasing neighborhood, community and business watch groups to advance the NOPDs relationship in the community, crime prevention techniques and implementing Community Policing strategies. CoCo Sergeants supervise and coordinate the duties of District Quality of Life officers, follow up on contacts generated by the Crime Prevention Division, and provide support to District Commanders to foster relationships with neighborhood, community, and business groups throughout their district. This relationship Insert Presentation Name in New Orleans Police building effort is the cornerstone of implementing Community Policing. Community Policing Master Department through shared dialogue and information with the community enhances police efforts. From January 2012 to October 2013, the CoCo Sergeants have led 2,019 meetings in our Actions to Meet 2014 KPIs and Goals Cont. Maintain high standards through proactive approach by Public Integrity Action 3 Ensure PIB directives comply with Consent Decree mandates. Provide semi-annual training sessions for all PIB investigators which include investigation techniques and policy analyses that are complaint/investigationdriven. Ensure PIB personnel compliance with mandatory Departmental training requirements. Complete written communications with complainants regarding initiation, identification of the investigator, and outcome of the investigation. Within 3 days of classification all complaints are entered into the complaint management system within 15 days of the date received by PIB and updated within

15 days of completion. Each quarter, conduct 60 integrity and quality assurance checks of Department personnel according to complaint trends and other information obtained from internal and external sources. PIB - Administrative Investigation Section 20 Ensure that all administrative investigations are completed within 120 days. Ensure all section personnel receive 40-60 hours of role-specific training for investigators. Insert Presentation NamePolice in New formal Orleans Maintain a user-friendly and reliable database for tracking and managing Master Department internal investigations. Actions to Meet 2014 KPIs and Goals Cont. Highway Safety Initiatives Action 4. In 2014, the Department plans to actively engage in more public service awareness campaigns for DWI & under age drinking. Juvenile Underage Drinking has long been problematic in Orleans Parish and in addition to the regular enforcement conducted primarily by the 8th District Bourbon Street Promenade; the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission includes this component in their funding package to the New Orleans Police Department. With the deployment of plainclothes officers that target known challenging areas that cater to minors, there has been a significant increase in this enforcement component that has shown a 65% increase in the summonses issued to violators from 2012 to 2013 ytd. We expect that trend to continue, and while the numbers have significantly increased, several university newspapers have published articles in their respective newspaper s warning students to expect enforcement. While we strive to increase arrest numbers annually for DWI, we know that removing impaired drivers from our streets are the most significant factor in reducing fatal crashes; we believe that our strategy and initiatives are effective and could be a model for any agency in the United States. Our partnership with the LHSC and NHTSA allows us to expand our enforcement and coupled with our enforcement, we will continue to send media releases through the Public Information Office which will only enhance our effectiveness annually. 21 Insert Presentation NamePolice in New Orleans Master Department UCR Data Jan. through September Citywide Totals Offense Jan Sep 2012 Jan - Sep (1) 2013 % Change Murder* 149

111 -25.50% Rape** 108 123 13.89% Arm. Robbery 556 522 -6.12% Sim. Robbery 251 273 8.76% Assault 1181 1161 -1.69% Person Crime Total 2245 2190 -2.45% Burglary 2597 2414 -7.05% Theft 6049 6768 11.89% Auto Theft 1724 1585 -8.06% Property Crime Total 10370 10767 3.83%

Total Index Crimes 12615 12957 2.71% (1) Estimate (based on Jan-Jun actual UCR / Jul - Sep estimated) *Murder Totals Provided by Homicide Unit **Rape Totals Provided by Sex Crimes Unit **Rape statistics do not include male victim nor oral sexual battery cases 22 Insert Presentation NamePolice in New Orleans Master Department 2012 Final UCR NOLA Compared 2012 All Crime Violent Murder Rape Robbery Assault Property Burglary Theft Auto Theft Population per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 Saint Louis 318,172 86.92 17.79 0.36 0.63 5.59 11.22 69.13 15.67 42.49 10.97 Oakland 400,740 85.60 19.87

0.32 0.68 10.82 8.05 65.73 15.39 32.93 17.41 Cleveland 390,928 76.12 13.94 0.21 0.93 8.32 4.48 62.18 24.92 27.65 9.62 Miami 413,892 65.54 11.73 0.17 0.16 5.06 6.34 53.81 10.28 36.98 6.55 Tulsa 393,987 62.83 10.02 0.11 0.80

2.70 6.42 52.81 15.83 30.87 6.12 Wichita 385,577 62.09 7.44 0.06 0.59 1.28 5.51 54.65 10.16 39.76 4.72 Minneapolis 392,890 59.13 9.86 0.10 1.03 4.38 4.35 49.27 12.17 32.48 4.62 Bakersfield 358,597 54.89 5.38 0.09 0.16 1.94 3.18

49.51 13.93 26.60 8.98 Corpus Christi Cities with/ Pop. 250,000499,000 * 312,195 51.63 6.59 0.05 0.59 1.20 4.75 45.04 7.85 35.77 1.42 14,272,134 50.56 7.77 0.12 0.43 2.99 4.24 42.78 10.19 27.34 7.48 Arlington 375,600 45.31 5.08 0.05 0.36 1.42 3.26 40.23 9.43

28.26 2.53 New Orleans 369,250 45.08 8.01 0.52 0.37 2.88 4.24 37.07 9.27 21.80 6.00 Pittsburgh 306,211 42.58 7.66 0.13 0.15 3.70 3.67 34.91 8.29 24.85 1.78 Riverside 313,673 38.92 4.43 0.05 0.24 1.65 2.49 34.49 7.16 22.60 4.71

Tampa 347,645 34.83 6.22 0.07 0.12 1.51 4.38 28.61 7.12 19.74 1.75 Anaheim 343,248 33.06 3.73 0.04 0.24 1.28 2.16 29.34 4.68 20.47 4.20 Santa Ana 330,920 26.36 4.03 0.03 0.17 1.63 2.20 22.33 3.12 14.44 4.77 Population from: http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/index.html City Crime data from: http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in-the-u.s/2012/crime-in-the-u.s.-2012 (Table 8 , Table 10 for Jefferson Parish (un-incorp)) * Data from: http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in-the-u.s/2012/crime-in-the-u.s.-2012 (Table 16 ) (1) The data collection methodology for the offense of forcible rape used by Chicago, Illinois, does not comply with national Uniform Crime Reporting Program

guidelines. a part) Consequently, its figures for forcible rape and violent crime ,of which forcible rape is, are not published in this table. Insert Presentation NamePolice in New Orleans (2) Area patrolled by LVMPD ( Clarke County, minus the cities of Henderson North Las Vegas, Boulder City, & Mesquite) 23 Master Department 2012 Final UCR NOLA Compared 2012 Population All Crime Violent Murder Rape Robbery Assault Property Burglary Theft Auto Theft per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 per/1000 Atlanta 443,775 77.92 13.58 0.19 0.25 5.13 8.01 64.34 13.95 38.79 11.60 Orlando 249,562 75.38 10.05 0.10 0.41

2.42 7.12 65.33 15.14 44.97 5.23 Houston 2,160,821 59.83 10.00 0.10 0.31 4.34 5.25 49.83 12.32 31.46 6.05 DC 632,323 58.06 11.78 0.14 0.37 5.89 5.38 46.28 5.57 35.10 5.61 Seattle 634,535 56.23 5.90 0.04 0.19 2.24 3.44

50.32 10.28 34.44 5.60 San Fransico 825,863 54.09 7.00 0.08 0.13 4.22 2.56 47.10 6.44 34.20 6.46 Nashville 624,496 53.81 12.09 0.10 0.50 2.76 8.73 41.72 9.19 30.24 2.29 1,241,162 50.50 6.75 0.12 0.39 3.30 2.94 43.75 12.96 25.10

5.69 New Orleans 369,250 45.08 8.01 0.52 0.37 2.88 4.24 37.07 9.27 21.80 6.00 Denver 634,265 42.91 6.10 0.06 0.59 1.84 3.61 36.80 8.09 22.93 5.79 Chicago (1) 2,714,856 41.43 N/A 0.18 N/A 4.96 4.52 41.43 8.38 26.78 6.26 Las Vegas (2)

1,480,359 39.20 7.83 0.05 0.40 2.58 4.80 31.36 9.61 17.24 4.52 636,479 37.10 8.27 0.09 0.39 3.00 4.79 28.83 5.22 21.05 2.55 Dallas Boston Population from: http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/index.html City Crime data from: http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in-the-u.s/2012/crime-in-the-u.s.-2012 (Table 8 , Table 10 for Jefferson Parish (un-incorp)) * Data from: http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in-the-u.s/2012/crime-in-the-u.s.-2012 (Table 16 ) (1) The data collection methodology for the offense of forcible rape used by Chicago, Illinois, does not comply with national Uniform Crime Reporting Program guidelines. a part) Consequently, its figures for forcible rape and violent crime ,of which forcible rape is, are not published in this table. Presentation Name in (2) Area patrolled by LVMPD ( Clarke County, minus the cities of Henderson North Las Vegas, BoulderInsert City, & Mesquite) 24 New Orleans Police Master Department

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