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					        Springboro Division of
               Police
       Jeffrey P. Kruithoff, Police Chief


  2004 Annual Report




         Community Partnerships for Success
Visit the City of Springboro Web Site: www.ci.springboro.oh.us
   Department Roster
                      Police Chief
                  Jeffrey P. Kruithoff

Lieutenant                           Sergeants
Jon Wheeler                          Don Wilson
                                     Jon Wheeler
Supervising Detective                Todd Turpin
Tim Parker                           Dan Bentley
                                     Lisa Walsh

Communications Supervisor            Dispatchers
Melody Meredith                      Nicole Pacifico
                                     Junell Mandich
Detective                            Cathy Lang
Aaron Zimmaro                        Carol Schweighardt
                                     Jennifer Lee
                                     Amy Tousignaut

                        Patrol Officers

Dan Fueston                          Joe May
Dale Richter                         Bob Marchiny
Larry Bush                           Brian Stewart
Nick Clark                           Randy Peagler
Eric Kuhlman                         Terry Dunkel
Nathan Anderkin                      Heath Martin
Chris Evans                          Todd Pultz
The Springboro Division of Police works in partnership with the
community to provide protection and security for it’s citizens. The
Police Division exists to protect people and property, to foster a
community spirit and adherence to the law, to provide rapid
response to citizens needs for service and to provide a variety of
emergency services.


Police Chief – Chief Executive Officer
The Police Chief is responsible for planning, organizing, operations analysis,
community relations and public affairs, development of operational policies
and procedures, publishing enforcement and training bulletins and the
development of short and long range operations.

Springboro’s Division of Police is organized into two components:

Operations Section
The Operations Section consists of the following functions:

Patrol

Property Management
Crime Prevention

Investigations Unit

Criminal Investigations

Personnel Training

Juvenile Delinquency



Communications Records Section

The Communications Records Section is responsible for the reception and
dispatching of calls for service to the Springboro Police Division. It is
responsible for the maintenance and control of all police reports and
records within the police division, except those reports which by their
nature would stay under the control of the Chief of Police.
           Operations Section
The Operations Section consists of:

Lieutenant

Sergeants

Investigators

Patrol   Officers

The function of the Operations Section include the following:

Patrol

The patrol function is responsible for the protection of life, property and the
prevention of crime and the apprehension of offenders through a
combination of random and direction patrol by uniformed police officers in
marked police vehicles. The patrol force is responsible to preserve the
public peace, response to calls for service, render assistance to persons
when necessary, conduct preliminary and follow-up investigations or
reported offenses.

Crime Prevention

The crime prevention function provides crime prevention programs to the
citizens of the community. The Crime Prevention Officer is also involved in
public relations for the department. He is sometimes responsible for
assisting the community with block parties, arranging for tours of the
building for scout troops, etc. He shall keep up to date on crime patterns
within the city and identify problem areas within the community, then make
recommendations to reduce those areas that have been identified.
              Communications
                 Records
                 Section
The Communications Records Section consists of:

Lead Dispatcher
Dispatcher/Deputy Clerks



The Communications Records Section, under the supervision of the Lead
Dispatcher, is responsible for the reception and dispatching of calls for
service. The main and most important duty of this component is to receive
and transmit various types of information in person, by telephone, by two-
way radio and by computer terminal. It is responsible for receiving
payments, typing charges for presentment in Springboro Mayor’s Court
when the Clerk of Courts office is closed and for performing receptionist
clerk/typist duties. It is responsible for the maintenance and control of all
police reports.

In 2004 the Communications Section dispatched 9,830 calls for service
compared to 9,574 in 2003.

20,639 Computer Aided Dispatch calls were processed                 by   the
Communications Section in 2004 with 21,287 in 2003.

2004 showed 1,211 calls were received by E-911.        In 2003, 1,284 calls
were received.
         Chart 1
   Summary of Activity by
       Time of Day


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                                                       2436                 2401




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             553




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 2am 4am     6am    8am 10am 12pm 2pm 4pm              6pm    8pm 10pm 12am
     Chart 2
Summary of Activity by
   Day of Week
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                Chart 3
          Summary of Activity by
              Time of Day
FROM      TO        MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY TOTAL


12:00am   2:00am      188    184       188      198     200    286     288    1532
2:00am    4:00am      116    126       109      118     136    176     190     971
4:00am    6:00am       89     86       55        70     79      84      90     553
6:00am    8:00am      252    230       239      236     261    193     163    1574
8:00am    10:00am     198    246       232      210     223    181     124    1414
10:00am   12:00pm     215    210       267      220     232    204     149    1497
12:00pm   2:00pm      235    248       232      258     254    219     177    1623
2:00pm    4:00pm      347    354       392      397     422    348     333    2593
4:00pm    6:00pm      309    390       386      333     416    314     288    2436
6:00pm    8:00pm      256    297       284      282     357    280     243    1999
8:00pm    10:00pm     276    309       343      274     323    263     258    2046
10:00pm   12:00am     303    327       284      315     422    442     308    2401

TOTALS               2784    3007     3011      2911   3325    2990    2611   20639
                       Chart 4
                    2003 Statistics
Offenses            2004     Close   2003        Part I Crime    2004   Close   2003
Missing Person       0         0      5       Homicide            0       0      0
Child Abuse          8         5      11      Rape                8       8      5
Robbery              5         3      3       Robbery             5       3      3
Burglary             36        8      56      Burglary            36      8      56
Larceny             203        83    220      Larceny            203      83    220
Auto Theft           13        6      12      Auto Theft          13      6      12
Assault              39        35     32      Assault             39      35     32
Criminal Damaging    72        20     54      Total              304     143    328
Domestic Violence    31        30     39      Other Closures              1
Sex Offense          19        18     12                                 144
Other               356       184    314      47% Closure
Total               782       392    758
Other Closures                 0
                              392
50% Closure

CAD Incidents        2004             2003    Officer Activity   2004           2003
                    20,639           21,287   Arrests            628            532
                                              Citations          2448           2302
Complaints          2004             2003     Warnings           2713           2176
                    9,830            9,574    DUI                103             92
                                              Field              1059           645
Response Time       2004             2003     Accidents          357            373
                    7 min            6 min

Priority response   2004             2003     Warrant Service    2004           2003
                    6 min            3 min                       124            161

Time on Scene        2004             2003
                    20 min           19 min
             Chart 5
     Part I Clearance Rate

120.00%


100.00%


80.00%


60.00%


40.00%


20.00%


 0.00%
          Rape    Robbery   Assault    Burglary      Theft     Auto Theft

                 National   2004      2003    2002      2001
               Chart 6
             Part I Crime
             2004   2003   2002   2001   2000

Homicide      0      0      0      0      0

Rape          8      5      4      1      4

Robbery       5      3      5      5      2

Burglary     36     56     42     50     53

Larceny      203    220    198    185    188

Assault      39     32     40     24     40

Auto Theft   13     12     10      6      6

Total        304    328    299    271    293
              Chart 7
        Summary of Activity by
              Officer
Officer Name               Complaints Accidents Arrests Citations DUI's Field Juvenile Offenses Suspects Warnings

  104   Barton, Jim             1         0        0        0      0     1      0        1         1         0
  105   Fueston, Dan          352         3        5       10      0    10      1        9         0        11
  110   May, Joe              724        41       10      128      0    57      0       50        12       125
  111   Wilson, Don            38         0        1        1      0    13     13       15         2         2
  112   Richter, Dale         550        23       15       88      4    43      0       33         0        71
  116   Wheeler, Jon           25         0        2        2      0     2      0        2         0         1
  117   Turpin, Todd          220         4        1        9      0    10      0       10         1         9
  118   Marchiny, Bob         592        30       19      109      5    33      5       33         3        43
  120   Parker, Tim             6         0        2        0      0     3      0        3         3         0
  121   Walsh, Lisa           358         5        9       31      2    33      7       29         5        22
  123   Bentley, Dan          158         2       18       88     13    23      1       24         1        65
  124   Bush, Larry           749        50       27      115      0    89      2       76        11        65
  126   Stew art, Brian       459        18       48      135      2    61      6       46         9        54
  127   Zimmaro, Aaron         41         2       10       20      2     8      0        9         0        11
  128   Peagler, Randy        671        25       51      287     13    78      5       64         7       503
  129   Clark, Nick           539        16       40      168     15    58      3       49         1       116
  130   Kuhlman, Eric         397        11       26       56      3    62      3       46         3        93
  131   Dunkel, Terry         575        25       43      147      3    73      7       59        15       150
  132   Anderkin, Nathan     1088        38      118      351     23   163      9      148        23       316
  134   Martin, Heath         907        30       48      224      6   100      8       70        11       479
  135   Evans, Chris          561        12       41       75      3    56      1       43         3       145
  136   Pultz, Todd           592        22       94      404      9    83      5       68         4       432
        Unassigned            227         0        0        0      0     0      0        0         0         0

Total                        9830       357      628     2448     103 1059     76       68       115      2713
           Chart 8
        Crime Index
        Comparisons
  Crimes per 1000 population per year
Crimes per 100,000 population per year

 4300                         4200                          4100
           4100                               4100




    2300
                                     2200
                                                     2000
                                                                   1900
                  1600




 2000      2001               2002                2003      2004

                         National    Springboro
           Chart 9
       Traffic Crashes

                    379
                             373
                                     357
            330
  310




2000     2001     2002    2003     2004
        Chart 10
       DUI Arrests

        146
               133

 115
                             103
                       92




2000   2001   2002   2003   2004
    Chart 11
 Criminal Arrests
          661
                  638             628

  564
                          532




2000    2001    2002    2003    2004
             Chart 12
          Crime Analysis

250


200


150


100


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 0
      Larceny    Crim inal Burglary Dom estic Assault    Auto    Rape   Robbery
                Dam aging           Violence             Theft


                   2000       2001      2002      2003       2004
      Chart 13
  Calls for Service

                         9574    9830
                 8953
         8017
 7437




2000    2001    2002    2003    2004
                     Chart 14
                 Calls for Service


                                          Suspicious Person Crashes
                                                        Traffic
                                                 Calls         9%
                                                 18%


     Vehicle Lock Out
           Calls        All Other Calls                       Disorderly Person
            7%                22%                                   Calls
                                                                     0%


                                                                   Warrant/Summons
                                                                          4%
       Larceny Calls
            6%                                               911 Hang Up Calls
                                                                    6%

                                               Alarm Calls
                                                   18%

Domestic Related
    Calls
      3% Criminal Damaging
                       Juvenile Calls
                 Calls      5%
                  2%
   Mission Statement

The MISSION of the Springboro Police Department is
 to work in partnership with the residents and
 businesses of the community to provide a safe and
 secure environment where the quality of life may be
 enhanced through the delivery of fair and impartial
 police services.

Value Statement

We  insist on honesty and integrity within our
 profession
We respect all people and their dignity

We value each Police Department employee and
 their contribution to our mission
We recognize our responsibility to the community

				
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