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very proud of. so thank you so much for your time. i'll answer questions. >> commissioner safai: any questions for commissioner richardson? >> commissioner yee: no but i just want to make a comment about all three reappointments. it's amazing. it seems like it was only yesterday when they came before the committee to get appointed. so welcome back. >> thank you. >> commissioner safai: any members of the public wish to comment please come forward. >> good afternoon, superrise -- supervisors. i'm here to support the reappointment of linda richardson. you have three fantastic candidates that bring their life experiences and background and stellar credentials including linda richardson as president of adr
continental group, a full servicewomen-owned company. she has expertise in land use planning, workforce training and as a board member of the african-american chamber of commerce and on the southeast alliance for environmental justice she has really brought an important voice to the table. i hope you will approve for reappointment. thank you. >> commissioner safai: thank you. any other public comments? seeing none it's closed. thank you commissioner richardson for all your commitment to serve again sand your wonderful qualifications. so can we entertain a motion? i think it's your turn commissioner yee. >> commissioner yee: sure. i'd like to make a motion to amend -- approving to state that we support for approving the mayor's nomination for reappointment of linda richardson and pass it on the committee with a positive
recommendation to the full board. >> commissioner safai: without objection, thank you. congratulations. please call item number 13. >> clerk somera: item number 13 is a motion to approve or reject the nomination of paul giusti term ending april 28th, 2022. >> commissioner safai: thank you. >> good afternoon, supervisors. thank you for the opportunity to be here today. my name is paul giusti. i'm the affairs manager here in san francisco and have been here for 41 years. i had not considered one of my qualifications to mention one of them but i guess considering an earlier item today before the committee i guess i better mention that i'm also a first generation italian american, both my parents immigrated from italy and i'm also a second generation employee for recology
here with sunset scavenger. the first 17 years of my career with suns sunset scavenger was working the routes in san francisco. in the 90s i came into management and served in various xmcapacities d the last 7 years as the community government relations manager. my time gave me a lot of experience in labor, in working with labor and that is one of the most exciting things i think about serving on treasure island as a commissioner there is for me to see the building that's going on in the island, that will be going on and the opportunities there are for job training and job placement. i've been a short time commissioner and had have not had a lot of experience on the commission so far. some of the items we have dealt with
in any short time there included approving the arts, $50 million arts and improving the marina. thank you. >> commissioner safai: thank you, commissioner. any questions for him? seeing none any members of the public wish to comment on this item, please forward of seeing none public comments closed. thank you for your commitment, service and wonderful qualifications. whose turn is it? supervisor stefani? >> commissioner stefani: i'd like to move this item forward.
>> commissioner safai: thank you. we can do that. item number 14. >> clerk somera: there's three seats and three applicants with william hank trout with drawing his name from consideration. >> commissioner safai: thank you. so we have one person with drawing their application. i think margaret graft please come forward. >> my name is margaret graft. i have been a resident of san francisco for over 55 years. still live in the same house in the same district in which i started here. as you are aware i'm a registered nurse and also on attorney. i'm retired from both. i have had a father who believed very sincerely in
giving back to the community you lived in. as such i followed in his footsteps and have been in numerous organizations as a volunteer giving time, energy and what talent i had to where i was. i served at the golden state museum. i started out with thepta. after the pta came what we used to call the recreation center for the handicapped which is now of course the janet palmroy. i worked with children with cerebral palsy. i have been most recently on the committee that wrote the resilient sunset
preparedness guide. this was our guide for the sunset district when there was an emergency, a disaster for local residents so they know how to get ready, what to do before, during and after. i have very personal conscious to the department of ageing and alzheimer's disease and dementia. every morning i wake up ai like at the face of alzheimer's disease. my husband has it. we've been dealing with it for 6 years. i know that horror. every night i go to bed i deal with dementia. i deal with hallucinations, pathe whol
gamut. i have served -- i was asked to be part of a focus group for the dignity fund. when there i learned something, this is a group of people coming from various areas in san francisco with some very angry voices at that focus group. the angry voices said i can't get the information i need to know where to go or how to take care of my ageing parent, my husband, my wife. there needs to be a better dispersement and the feeling our residents have. i
have no know how to take care of my ageing parent, my mother-in-law, my husband, my wife. there needs to be a better dispersement. we are failing our residents about this. more recently i have taken part as a research subject up at uc san francisco in langlely porter because the research project involved how to help caretakers who are dealing with patients with dementia. it is a depression that settles in and it needs to be addressed. we, again, are failing our citizens in this area. those
are my beliefs. those are my thoughts. strictly mine. they are areas in which i hope to work with on this advisory council. thank you very much. you've been kind. it's late in the day. your attention is great. i am grateful for that. i'd be happy to answer any questions as best i can. >> commissioner safai: any members of the committee wish to ask any questions? no. seeing none we'll have public comment. thank you for your patience. today is a long day. thank you for waiting. >> good afternoon, supervisors. thank you for your time. here on behalf of the supervisor to voice our strong support of margaret graft to the advisory counsel. she has the professional background and personal experience that will be
well for this role. as a nurse and attorney she has a diverse and technical skill set that will be an asset to the advisory council. she's a seen you're and a care giver and understands the challenges and opportunities we have. she's very involved in the community that she's a part of including as a resident of the sunset district. as she mentioned she participated in the drafting in the sunset plan, a plan for residents to prepare themselves for disaster. >> commissioner safai: any additional questions? any public comments? seeing none public comments closed. do we go there all of the -- right. mrs. elinore lurie please come forward. >> thank you, supervisors for having me. i'm seeking
reappointment to the advisory council to the commission on ageing for a 2-year term ending in march 2020. i am serving as first vice president currently to advisory council and also as representative from the advisory council to the dignity fund. i did research for the elderly and i've had over 20 years of service on to the board of community agencies including twice as president of a community living campaign. i have tried to make things work more smoothly and better. as you probably know it's required by administration on ageing money to oversee units on ageing
which here is the department of ageing and adult services and to advise the decision making body, the commissioner on ageing. we visit nutrition sites, reprove the annual plan and we monitor pending and to some extent federal legislation which affects our constituents. my interest in particular at this time is to continue work on the dignity fund and to help it get really established so that we meet more people with more services in san francisco. also to continue advocating such as the built environment and traffic. i'm here on behalf of
people with disabilities. i'll be glad to answer questions. i know it's late and i can talk more but you may wish me tot to talk more. >> commissioner safai: any members of the committee have any questions? seeing none. thank you for your commitment to serve again. any members of the public withish to comment -- wish to comment come forward? seeing none public comments closed. our third application, mr. william hank trout with drew his nomination due to health issues. so we appreciate him applying. we wish him all the best. entertain a motion? >> commissioner stefani: can i
say something briefly. i just want to thank elevator -- for serving for district 2. my father actually died of dementia and it's tough knowing what to do next especially when you don't live as close as you would like to. just going through that i met with some family members about the closure of that unit or the transfer of some of the patients and just hearing from the families. there's just so many heartbreaking stories. i do agree that there's a lot more we could be doing. i really want to follow up with both of you on this subject because i really want to be dedicated to it and i lock look -- look forward. with that i'd like to move both of these applicants forward with
positive recommendation. >> commissioner safai: supervisor yee? >> commissioner yee: i also want to make a comment. i'm glad you two are interested in being -- continuing to be on this committee. i want to say that the issues that you're addressing are issues that i've been trying to push forth for the last few years. i started with my own district when we only had one service provider serving seniors and now we have six in my district. i want to -- i hope that you'll work closely with my office because there's two issues that i'm trying to highlight and maybe hopefully we can address. one of them being that how can the city promote employment
opportunities for those -- not only though with disabilities but also for those that are older. we are finding that older people want to work but they are not finding the opportunities. the second issue that i'm working on and hopefully you'll be interested in participating in this work group or task force or whatever i want to call it to look at reversing that pattern that we have seen in the city in terms of what we are losing, in terms of -- whether it's residential care facilities for elderly or it's skilled nursing bids or any of these that we are losing. i'm really interested in looking at policies where we can start reversing a pattern. we don't want our seniors -- we don't want our elders to -- because they can't take care of themselves or they need help to continue having to move out of
the county. so hopefully you'll work with us. >> commissioner safai: okay. supervisor stefani want to just fix that? so -- >> commissioner stefani: moving forward, seat one and mark to seat five on the ageing advisory council. >> commissioner safai: do we have to say that we are counting mr. william trout? no. >> commissioner safai: we can do that without objection. thank you. mad dam clerk, back to the item we skipped, item number 6. >> clerk somera: yes.
justice has found that the original language in article 16 does not provide explicit enough authorization for the office of cannabis to receive access to a person's criminal history information. this ordinance would address that. finally, i would like to request a consideration of a couple of amendments to the legislation pending before you. these amendments further refine the language around receipt and review of conviction history and seek to reconcile the intent of the equity workforce provisio provisions housed in article 15 with your most recent changes to the fair chance ordinance. we should all be aware that an equity incubator does not qualify as an equity applicant, but satisfies the criteria. among those are the arrest or conviction of a cannabis related offense. an employer may inquire about convictions for decriminalized activities when the question is
necessary to satisfy the requirements of the equity program, meaning the employer may ask this question when intended to confer a benefit, i.e., employment under the benefit program. so with that said, i'm happy to walk you through these benefits line by line if necessary to ensure that everybody is familiar and comfortable with them with the hope that you will move these out of committee today. i have been informed that they are not substantive. >> supervisor safai: is that correct, city attorney shen? >> that is correct, chair safai. >> supervisor safai: okay. >> supervisor yee: i request that we don't go line by line. >> that's fine. >> supervisor safai: supervisor stefani, did you have a question? so i think that pretty much is the gist of it.
so the question that i have in terms of the equity incubator is why is that called out in particular? >> what is called out about the equity incubator is they are authorized to ask about decriminalized conviction histories with the intent of conferring a benefit of employment to somebody under the equity program, so it is he he -- it's a very narrow rec reconciliation there. >> supervisor safai: okay. okay. supervisor yee? okay. any members of the public wish to comment on this item, please come forward. seeing none, public comment's closed. we'll call you back up if we have any other questions, director elliott. >> supervisor yee: i'd like to make a motion to amend the administrative code to authorize the director of the office of cannabis to access summary criminal history information to perform permit
and licensing duties and pass it out with a positive recommendation to the full board. >> supervisor safai: we can do that without objection. thank you. madam clerk, please call the next item on the agenda. i believe that's item number 15. >> clerk: item number 15 is a hearing to consider appointing one member term ending february 28, 2019 and two members' terms ending february 19, 2020 to the balboa park station advisory committee. there are three seats and four applicants with one, rezwana christie withdrawing her name from consideration. >> supervisor safai: right. and then my appointee was not able to make it today, nellie selander, so if we could continue that to the call of
the chair. you're okay with appointing? okay. yeah, it's my chair so maybe we don't need to -- but let's hear from the person that's actually here, mr. vigil. for seat number three. >> yeah. it's for seat number three. my name is vigil. i'm currently attending ccsf, and i will come back to pursue my dream school, u.c. berkeley. a mentor of mine has been rekindling that dream of mine, so i'll be back in june. i'm here because i've used this station for my entire life, and i part of my life i didn't use it for is because as a toddler, i was very energyizetic, and ay mom will say, i still am.
i would love to bring my point of view to the table and have a discussion around violence. a few months ago, me and a staff from the youth commission were going to our homes which we both live in district 11 and we noticed that there was one man about to fight three teenagers. there's no security in balboa park station that i can see. it's a very very insecure place. i bring a lot to the table when it comes to youth issue. as a youth commissioner, i'm working on two resolutions with the youth commission all around youth, and if you pass our staff, you'd know that i'm very, very passionate of the work that i do, and i'm very -- i take it very personal. i take my work very personal, and i make sure that i get stuff done, and that is
something that i want to bring to this committee, is making -- bringing someone who's young, who's lived in the district since they was three, who's used this station to go to school or to go to work and you know for their every day lives, and who also loved youth advocacy, and that is something that i want to bring here and something that i want to be able to provide to my community, and it's something that i believe is being mentored to me through d-11's office. they've encouraged me to be a big advocate in my community, making sure that i get appointed here, make sure i bring that skill that i love and am mentoring in and acquiring to the table, not just for me but also for young people in the district. thank you. >> supervisor safai: thank you, javier. any questions for javier?
seeing none, i think we'll bring up the next person, mr. jason chommanard. >> i am applying for the bicycle interest and pedestrian seat. i want to first thank supervisor yee for nominating me, supervisor safai for scheduling the item and supervisor stefani for considering my application. i want to be on the cac because there are many projects being proposed in the area and it is important for city agencies to hear the opinions of neighbors who use the station regularly. for nearly 20 years, i've lived in sunnyside which is one of the neighborhoods served by balboa park. i went to middle school and high school down the street at denman and high school. i bike to balboa, passing by the station every day. when i was going to u.c. berkeley, i biked to the b.a.r.t. station, and took the
richmond station train to get to school. over the years i haven't seen many changes to the routing hub but after attending a few meetings, i'm excited for the projects that are in the pipeline. some of the projects i'm excited about are the new m dropoff which is in desperate need of a knew design that prioritizes pedestrian safety, adding more passenger dropoff zones on different streets so people don't have to use the bus zones to drop off passengers which slows down the buses and also redesign of the station and plaza. this community advisory council serves an important role in informing agencies about design projects for stations that they're thinking about implementing for the balboa park area. when agencies do not seek input from the community, they will often make design chases that
are not in the best interest of the people who use the station. an example of this was in the december meeting when dpw added a barrier at the northwest corner of generva and san jose which forces people to walk outside of the crosswalk in order to avoid an unnecessary long-term. at that meeting everyone had pretty much negative comments to dpw about that change. i hope to continue to contribute to making the station safer, more usable and efficient for neighbors if appointed. thank you again for your consideration. >> supervisor safai: thank you. any members of the public wish to comment on these items, please come forward. seeing none, public comment -- >> chelsea approximated uellard from supervisor stefani's
office. i definitely want to express important on behalf of supervisor fewer for him. he's a balboa high school student, city college student, has lived in the area for a long, long time, is very interested in transportation policy, and supervisor fewer feels that he would serve the community well, particularly the interests of pedestrians and bicyclists on this advisory board. thank you. >> supervisor safai: thank you. any other -- >> hi. my name is could ily huffmakyl. i'm a youth commissioner, and i just want to say he's extremely passionate about the community he lives and goes to school in. i can't imagine another person taking these issues so seriously. we fully encourage jason to be appointed to this advisory committee. >> supervisor safai: thank you. any other members of the public
wish to comment on this item, please come forward. seeing none, public comment's closed. supervisor yee? >> supervisor yee: yeah. i'd like to make a motion. actually, it's pretty exciting -- this is the first time i believe we've actually entertained a motion where all the candidates are young, which is really great for the city to see. >> supervisor safai: shows the good work we do. >> supervisor yee: so i'd like to make a motion to nominate nellie selander to seat two, javier vigil to seat three, and jason chommanard to seat any objecti objection -- seat six and pass it onto positive recommendation to the full board. >> supervisor safai: we can do that without objection. thank you for your nomination and we're excited to work with you guys. please call the last item. >> clerk: item number 16 is an ordinance amending the administrative code to repeal law enforcement data collection and report requirements
associated with traffic stops, detentions and arrests. >> supervisor safai: great, and i think we have a member of -- officer connolly, the deputy chief michael connolly, and i know you've had professional standards and principle policing bureau. if you would come forward -- oh, leah christie iisti is goi speak first. >> okay. good afternoon supervisor safai and yee. i currently, administrative code 96(a) requires sfpd to collect
data and author quarterly reports. starting july 2018 under assembly bill 953, law enforcement agencies throughout california will be mandated to collect stop data -- stop data and report the data to the california department of justice. ab 953's data collection for stops substantially duplicates chapter 96(a). the state chapter also requires law enforcement agencies to collect much more information for stops than currently required under 96(a). the d.o.j. has taken responsibility of showing an annual report of stop data collection that will provide you opportunities for cross comparison of law enforcement throughout california. however the d.o.j.'s first report will not be available until january 2020. the legislation before you does two things. first is reconciles the differences ab 953 and 96(a) for stop data collections. second we have circulated additional amendments that will require data for ab 953 to be reported on a quarterly basis to the mayor, the board of
supervisors, police commission and the human rights commission. the frequency of reporting is imperative in identifying trends within san francisco for stop data. to achieve more frequent reporting than required by state law, sfpd will have to build a new reporting mechanism to issue quarterly reports for tap dat stop data. in order to provide sfpb to build this reporting system, the first semi annual report will be due may 2019, and there will include data collected under ab 953, and the second will be due in august 2019, and will include data from january to june 2019. each report thereafter will be on a quarterly basis with the first quarterly report due in november 2019. i would also like to clarify that reporting requirements for use of force are not changing and will continue to be reported on a quarterly basis. here today, i have deputy chief michael connolly who will provide additional details for
stop data collection under ab 953 and further explain the timelines to build a new report to report ab 953 data more frequently. some documents that he will be going over have been provided beforehand, but he has extra copies, should you need them. i am happy to answer any questions that you have, and thank you for your time. >> supervisor safai: any members of the committee have any questions? seeing none, deputy chief connelly? >> could i have the overhead, please. great. in essence, what wasn't said here was that in the absence of conflicting data collection, we have to build systems to adhere to senate bill 953, so that's why you will have a lag time approximately 11 months where you'll be hearing what would
normally be the # 6(a) quarterly report under the new format of 953 -- assembly bill 953. this illustration here on the screen just represented the two major obstacles that we have to overcome, and one of them is working with the state to see what their reporting mechanism is so that we can build out a more techno logically fluid system, much like we have today with the 96(a) reporting, which is reported to our smart phones. and then secondarily, we have to look at what the reporting mechanism looks like from the data that the state is collecting. i can entertain questions, and i have staff here to answer any questions that you may have. >> supervisor safai: my first question in terms of what they've put in this in terms of the first report being due, will you be able to meet that? sfl will we be able to build out a system and have it available to that?
yes. >> supervisor safai: they asked for the first report to be sometime in 2019. are you able to do that? >> we're collecting data from july 1st, so the data goes directly to the state. they are responsible for the reporting, and then, we will grab the data back and create a report here for the mayor's office, the board of supervisors, police commission and human rights commission. >> supervisor safai: actually, i see in here the first quarterly report is due august 7, 2018. is that right, miss chisti? o [ inaudible ] >> supervisor safai: yeah, so when is it -- in your amendments here, when is the first report? i see a lot of different dates, beginning july 1, 2019, human rights commission, august 6, 2019. >> so the first report for the period from july 1st through december 31st, 2018 will be may 7th, 2019. >> supervisor safai: you guys
based on what you guys have put up on the screen, will you be able to meet that? >> we believe so. >> supervisor safai: okay. that's it. that was my only question. >> to clarify your earlier question about the august 7, 2018, that's for the -- this is for the current report for 96(a), so the current data that we're collecting will expire after our last quarterly report for our local level august 7, 2018. >> supervisor safai: great. okay. thank you. if we have any other questions, we'll call you back up. any members of the public wishing to comment on this item, please come forward. seeing none, public comment is closed. members of the committee have any questions or comments? seeing none, can we entertain a motion? >> supervisor yee: i'll go ahead and make this a motion to pass this on with a positive recommendation to the full board. you know, when i first read the title, i was shocked, not
understanding why supervisor cohen was doing this, and when i got the explanation, it made a lot of sense. >> supervisor safai: thank you. >>commissioner stefani: i believe there were amendments. >> supervisor safai: do you have some amendments that you needed to talk through, miss chisti? >> i talked upon those amendments in my talking points. the amendments were the semiannual report, so the first two semi annual reports, and then quarterly thereafter. >> supervisor safai: so we would say then send to the full board, this ordinance as amended with positive recommendation. we can do that without objection. thank you. [ gavel ]. >> supervisor safai: any other matters before us today? >> clerk: that concludes our business for today. >> supervisor safai: thank you. we are adjourned. >>
>> thank you president turman. we have a quorum. and we have prosecutesident dpa. >> thank you. members of the san francisco public, ladies and gentlemen, thank you for attending the wednesday april 11, 2018, regular meeting of the san francisco police commission. because of some lengthy discussion i believe we're going to have as well as other items off the agenda i'm going to afound announce some squabblichanges. we'll take general public comments right away. item two discussion possible ite items. issuance of bullen tin 18-30e 5 that will be rescheduled.
18-305 will be rescheduled. >> you have that? >> yes, sir. >> you may call the first item. >> general public comment. the public is welcome to address the commission on items that do not appear on the agenda but are within the subject matter. speaker will address the remarks to the commission as a whole and not to individuals or dpa personn personnel. under police commission rules of owner neither police nor personnel nor commissioners are required to respond to questions but may provide a brief response. police and personnel should refrain from entering in deba s debates. >> because of time constraints and the linength of certain ite. we will limit items to two
minutes. public comment. >> okay. public comments. okay seeing none, closed. >> next item secretary? >> line one. 1a chief's report. report on recent police department activities including major events, weekly crime strands, including staffing over time and announcement. first quarter 2018fdr findings and recommendations and ois summari summaries. >> thank you, secretary. >> good evening chief scott. how are you this evening? >> president turman, i am well thank commission, director henders
henderson. >> good evening. we have a big agenda. i will start with the crime stran strands. starting off with our violent crime we are 38% down on homicide this year. which is really good news to report. we have had 10 homicides year-to-date compared to 16 this time law last year. none fatal shootings down. homicide with firearms down 58%. 12 this time last year compared to 5 this time this year. our total gun violence victims are down 34%. 56 last year, 37 this year. in terms of our property crime, we are also doing well. at this point of the year. sorry. burglar riese down 9 -- burglaries down 9%. motor vehicle theft down 32%
which is almost 500 crimes less than this time last year. >> wow. >> down 13%. which is almost 1500 crimes less than this time last year. autoburglaries down 18% year to date and that number represents dw -- i'll do the math, about 1500 crimes less. really good news to report. we will do everything in our power to keep this momentum don't going. i would like to thank many member of the community that work with us to -- with the recommendations and awareness to help us at least get to this point at this time this year. we are in terms of over time. i asked the commission last week if i could hold it to this week
because they caught something last week they had a question about. i have the over time report for this week. as you recall, last month the board of supervisors approved our over time budget adjustment and direct came and reported on that for the general fund and that was due to the northbay fires that caused a high dull degree of over time and the airport had issues that caused the high doegree of over time. the airport needed to increase over time to address the increase in service requests by san francisco international airport and to back fill some position vacant sis at the bing of the fiscal year. many have been filled. we are doing better staff wise at the airport. the general fund related to participating in the north bay fires that caused the response
this past october. we're working with sonoma county for a cost of about 1 .1 million dollars and we do expect it to take time. wh hopefully we'll get our monies as quickly as possible back into the city coffers. we expect that beyond the close of this fiscal year. 3 million for the airport and 19 .2 million for the general vapid -- fund we are 73% into the fizz cal year and -- fiscal year. under expenditures and we're on target as far as our expenditures in the general find. we are managing our over time ni nicely. we have a few months left in the fiscal year. our command staff and captains have done a good job managing over time. i know that was an issue last year. we have fly week at the end of
june. we're monitoring other areas to make sure we stay within budget by the end of this fiscal year. as far as our staffing, our full duty staffing, sworn staffing, is 18-794 .67% below our mand e mandated level. we are 1% higher than we were this time last month. class 259 graduates in june. that will add 38 uniformed officers on the our streets. these gnarlnumbers will help our all staff. we do anticipate requirements in -- retirements in joiune. >> items of interest for this yick woke -- this week >> this saturday april 14th the
seizure chav chavez parade and festival to 4 24th and folsom from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and april 14th and 15th a cherry blossom festival in japan town. we expect about 35,000 to participant in that. there are also three peace park events that will happen at rec and park facilities from april 12th to april 14th. the programming for peace park is with rec and park address having our young folks in the city have programming at the park to keep them engaged and give them something to do. we have officers deployed at the parks. they're real mission aside from public safety, is to engage with
the public, the youth and we think that will pay dividends down the roads in communicati communicationests and give -- efforts and giving kids. it's getting off to a good start. that will include barbecue, free fo food, swimming, health fair and the other parks young blood, coleman and patrero rec center. and that is it for the chief's report. >> okay. i do want to comment on, and congratulate you and the members of the department especially the 31% reduction in auto burglar s burglaries. it's been an issue that has playied san francisco and spotlighted us across the country as an issue we need to face and your efforts increasing
foot patrols and other tactics are paying off. i hope that continues. thank you to yourself and to your command staff and to the officers on the street. what you're doing is making a difference and most appreciated. >> thank, sir. >> questions, comments for the chief? >> all right. let's move on to the dpa directo director's report. >> 1bdpa direct director report -- >> i'm sorry. >> chief, did you want to do the firearms discharge review? >> yes. we have that presentation. >> i'm sorry. before we move to the director's report. one moment. >> no problem. >> before you begin sergeant
crudo, i want to make people entering this room aware ric, because they weren't here previously and they didn't see the monitor because they were on the way here. public comment has already taken pla place. likely whatever you're going to say may be appropriate under the chief's report after this report. general public comment has already taken place. you hear that, frank? did wiyou hear that, ms. brown? good. all right. go ahead sergeant crudo. welco welcome. >> good evening. president turman, chief scott i'm sergeant -- i coordinate the ois investigation team on the admin side. i will give you the 4th quarter 2017 combined with the 1st
quarter 2018fdrb report and an update on the ois investigations. the last time i appeared before you to give an update was november 8, 2018. this is an update from that last appearan appearance. the fdr brick convened twice december 11, 2017, and march 2, 2018. you are have the materials that were dribistributed from the ch with the letter also on the table. they give you a break down of the different issues we're ta talking about today, including a snapshot of where the different investigations are. the fdrb that i just mentioned, first quarter, fourth quarter covered review the following four investigations. 14005, 14007 and 16002. i'll briefly review those three incidents. ewald 14 -- oiled at at the
intersection of california and batteri batteries. a roll over car collision at battery and california. a good samaritan went to assist the driver, the driver fired at them. officers attempted to persuade the armed suspect to vendor but he he emerged from his car po t pointed a firearm at the officers and six officers fired fatally striking him. this was an inpolicy oil officer-involv officer-involved. . >> four plained clothes officers suspe suspected a hand to hand narcotics transaction. two officers approached the subject. the subjects. one of the officers pursued a fleeing suspect. the suspect produced a refresh
my memory firearm firearm from his hardship. this was deemed in policy and the chief concurred. >> officer-involved shooting may 19, 20160900 hours. bay view district. two uniformed officers condu conducting a vehicle theft. discovered a stolen vehicle. the driver tilted to flee, cr h crashed the driver almost str e striking one of the officers. the second officer fired one time and fatally struck the suspect when the suspect drove towards that officer. this was deemed in policy. it should be noted since this time dg5.02 and 5.02 has been rescinded. 5 .01 w01 was revised to prohib shooting at occupants shooting
from the vehicle with the vehicle as a weapon. there was no incustody death cases reviewed. we'll get to a quick snapshot of open ois investigations. there are 17 open sfpd ois investigation. this includes five cases opened since the last time i spoke with you. of these cases five were opened. listed up on the board. seven cases -- 17 other cases have active criminal investigation. five have active medical examin examiner. charging decisions were received from the district attorney's office for two of the open cases as well as a criminal investigation completed by the
richmond police department that's one the open corners -- coroners investigation. here's a snapshot and, again, you have a little more detail in the memo document that was provided by the chief. cases dating back to 2015, at this time there are 1504 the reports are submitted. 1507 being prepared for fdrb. 1508. a charging decision received and the final admin report is being prepa prepared. that is also being moved toward fdrb. final homicide reports prepared for 15-009 and the admin report as well. >> 15-010 the reports being prepared for the fdrp.
16-001 and 16-003 open occasi s occasions. they are being -- open cases. >> 17001, active investigations, 17-003 this is being prepared for the fdrb. 17-004 prepared. >> 005 active. criminal investigation as is 006, 007. 008, again, richmond pd outside jurisdiction and coroner's inquest is forthcoming. 18 18-001, 002, 003 are active criminal investigation at this time. we talk about active criminal ghags does not mean -- investigations that does not mean [ indiscernible ]. that is the snapshot. >> thank you, sergeant crudo. >> questions on the fdrb fourth
quarter report and first quarter 2018 report? questio questions? >> thank you for your time. appreciate your report. >> with that, that concluded the chief report. >> thank you, sir. >> line 1b. dpa director's report report on recent dpa activities and announcemen announcements. >> good evening. a couple of updates for you. we are at 133 cases that have been opened this year. 112 cases have been closed this year. our current pending case load is now at 262. just by comparison in context last year we were at 421 open
and pending cases. we are continuing to close out our cases as my staff comes on board and is able to resolve a lot of cases. we have 11 sustained case this year. and we are at five cases this year mediated. we are -- cases that we've had on our docket that are over 270 days old down to 32 cases. and by comparison last year, we were at 107 case. i will continue to give these kinds of updates for a comparis comparison. coming on board we had new personnel growth. this is always a prior to me to increase the staff for our back loads and increase our jurisdiction with prop g. starting this week is diana rosen seen t rosen stein here in the audie e audience. many of you know her. she's been with the city a long time. he was with -- she was