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   The Police Commission recommends to the City Council, City Manager, police department, and the people, the resources,
 preferred policing alternatives, policies, and citizen responsibilities needed to achieve a safe community. We strive to create a
   climate of mutual respect and partnership between the community and the police department that helps to achieve safety,
                                             justice and freedom for all people in Eugene.
Police Commissioners: Juan Carlos Valle, Chair; Tamara Miller, Vice-Chair; Mike Clark; Bernadette Conover; Jim Garner; Linda Hamilton;
Kaitlyn Lange; Jesse Lohrke; James Manning; Timothy Mueller; Kitty Piercy; Bob Walker


                                         Police Commission Meeting
                                                February 9, 2012
                             5:30 pm, McNutt Room, Eugene City Hall, 777 Pearl Street


           Item                                                                       Starting Time       Minutes

    1.     Agenda review                                                                    5:30              5

    2.     Minutes Approval – January 12, 2012                                              5:35              10

    3.     Public Forum                                                                     5:45              10

    4.     Comments from Chair and Items from Commissioners                                 5:55              20

    5.     Working City Proposal                                                            6:15              15


    6.     Outreach & Resources Committee Report - Review                                   6:30              30
           Community Survey Analysis
    7.     Break                                                                            7:00              10


    8.     Chief’s Report                                                                   7:10              20

    9.     Mid-year Status Report                                                           7:30              10

    10. PSRC Report – Review & Action on Canine Policy                                      7:40              30

    11. Closing Comments                                                                    8:10              20




                               Next Police Commission Meeting: Thursday, March 8, 2012




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Memorandum                                                                                   City of Eugene
                                                                                777 Pearl Street, Room 106
                                                                                    Eugene, Oregon 97401
                                                                                            (541) 682-5852

February 3, 2012

To:         Members of the Police Commission

From:       Carter Hawley, Police Commission Analyst

Subject:    Material Review for February 9, 2012 Police Commission Meeting

Listed below are items on the upcoming Police Commission meeting on February 9, 2012.

Working City Proposal
Working City is a show that the City of Eugene contracts for with Metro TV. Each Department is
allocated a number of shows per year. The Police Department has invited the Police Commission to fill
one of its allocated slots. Each spot is about three to five minutes long, and broadcasts on Channel 21.
Should the Commission wish to do a video, the Commission can offer ideas of content. Metro TV will
write a script and return it for Commission and EPD approval. With a completed script, one or two
commissioners would meet with Metro TV, along with the Police Commission Analyst and the Police
Department Public Information Officer. Possible topics include general information about the Police
Commission, its past accomplishments or upcoming work. Commission consensus is sought about
whether the Commission is interested in participating, and if so, possible topics. To see examples of
Working City spots, please go to http://vimeo.com/32156922 or http://vimeo.com/33309196.

Outreach and Resources Committee Report – Community Survey Review
The Outreach and Resources Committee has completed its preliminary analysis of the results from the
Community Survey conducted in November 2011. The information will be presented to the
Commission. At its meeting Thursday, February 2, the Committee developed the following
recommendations:
   This survey provides useful information about the public’s perception of EPD, and about the ease
    of providing input to the City on police policies. The Commission should consider further work,
    based on the information learned from these results, perhaps in the context of the annual retreat in
    May 2012.
   The Commission should ask EPD to provide status reports on any additional analysis conducted
    on the survey results, or subsequent planning or actions resulting from the analysis.

Mid-Year Status Report
Staff will review the mid-year status report, which is scheduled to be transmitted to the City Council in a
week.

Policy Screening & Review Committee (PSRC) Report – Review and Action on Canine Policy
At its meeting on Tuesday, February 7, the PSRC is scheduled to complete its review and make final
recommendations on the Canine Policy. A copy of the materials that the Committee will be considering
are included in this packet for Commission review. Any substantive changes from the attached draft
made by the Committee at its meeting will be highlighted at the Commission meeting.
                                              MINUTES
                                      Eugene Police Commission
                            McNutt Room—Eugene City Hall—777 Pearl Street
                                          Eugene, Oregon

                                                                                             January 12, 2012
                                                                                                    5:30 p.m.

PRESENT:        Tamara Miller, Vice Chair; Mike Clark, Bernadette Conover, Jim Garner, Kaitlyn Lange,
                Jessie Lohrke, James Manning, Tim Mueller, Mayor Kitty Piercy, Bob Walker, commis-
                sioners; Police Chief Pete Kerns; Carter Hawley, Linda Phelps, Lieutenant Scott Fellman,
                Eugene Police Department.

ABSENT:         Linda Hamilton, Juan Carlos Valle

In the absence of Chair Juan Carlos Valle, Ms. Miller called the meeting of the Eugene Police Commission
to order.


1.      Agenda Review

Ms. Hawley reviewed the agenda and related materials, which included the following supplemental
materials: 1) Internal Affairs—Department Commendations for December 2011; and 2) Closed IA
Summaries—December 2011.


2.      Minutes Approval – November 10 and December 8, 2011

Ms. Miller called for corrections to the November 10 minutes. Mr. Garner requested the following change
to the last sentence in paragraph 7 on page 1 (struck text deleted, italicized text added): “. . .which had she
maintained had already achieved so much locally and nationwide.” He also asked that the fourth sentence
in paragraph 10 on page 3 be revised to read: “She said there was nothing in federal of or State law
requiring that.”

                Mr. Manning, seconded by Mr. Garner, moved to accept the November 10, 2011, minutes
                as amended. The motion passed unanimously.

Ms. Miller called for corrections to the December 8 minutes. Mr. Garner requested the following revision
to the first sentence in paragraph 6: “Mayor Piercy pointed out the ordinance in question included an
exemption for to the camping ban for special events. . .”

                Mr. Manning, seconded by Ms. Conover, moved to accept the minutes of December 8,
                2011, as amended. The motion passed unanimously.




MINUTES—Eugene Police Commission                         January 12, 2012                        Page 1
3.      Public Forum

Carol Berg Caldwell, 2510 Augusta Street, suggested that the Eugene Police Department (EPD) create a
white paper to share with other communities about the City’s successful careful, deliberative, and
community-sensitive approach to the Occupy movement. She also commended those who participated in
Occupy Eugene for their role in helping Eugene to avoid the problems experienced by other cities.


4.      Comments from Chair and Items from the Commission

Ms. Miller reported the first meeting of the joint Human Rights Commission/Police Commission
subcommittee charged to plan the Hate Crimes Conference had not yet been scheduled because of
scheduling difficulties, and she encouraged subcommittee members to find a mutually acceptable time.

Ms. Conover said the Civilian Review Board (CRB) met on January 10 and members discussed what was
expected of the CRB in regard to the Hate Crimes Conference and hoped to be kept updated as the
planning occurred. The CRB reviewed a case involving an injury at the jail, which led to a discussion of
the City’s policies as they regarded injuries being seen on scene by an EMT. The CRB learned that many
officers had EMT training and an officer with that training could respond to the injury, often more quickly
than the Fire Department. She noted that the officer involved in the case under review had been present at
the CRB meeting and had been pleased with the process. The CRB’s next meeting was scheduled for
February.

Mr. Manning announced the February 1, 2012, appearance of Shen Yun Performing Arts at the Hult
Center. The Oregon Black Business Alliance and the Oregon Falun Dafa Association were holding a
reception for the performers at the Hilton Garden Inn in Springfield on January 31. Mr. Manning also
announced the upcoming annual Pearl Buck Center breakfast fund raiser with the theme “Beating Heart”
and noted he was the master of ceremonies for the event.

Mr. Mueller said the Autism Rocks art show was up at the Morning Glory Café. A benefit concert for
Autism Rocks was scheduled at Sam Bonds Garage on February 5 and he would appear as a member of the
band “Steel Wool.”

Mayor Piercy said the State of the City event was January 5 and the event included remembrance of Office
Chris Kilcullen as well as recognition of the work of the EPD and the role the new police facility would
play in helping the EPD serve the community. The first meeting of the task force working on the
unhoused issue was held on January 4. The task force was expected to complete its work within 90 days
and forward recommendations to the City Council.

Mr. Clark commended Chief Kerns and the EPD for their professionalism in closing the Occupy Eugene
encampment.

Mr. Garner thanked the mayor, council, Chief Kerns, and EPD for the way they handled Occupy Eugene.
He regretted that the encampment ended with a death and hoped something good came out of the task
force process.

Mr. Garner expressed disappointment that Judge Michael Hogan declined to send an embezzler to jail
because she was a gambling addict as he believed it set a bad precedent.

Ms. Lange noted that the University of Oregon was in the process of searching for a new president.


MINUTES—Eugene Police Commission                       January 12, 2012                       Page 2
5.      Policy Screening and Review Committee Recommendation – Vehicle Pursuit

Mr. Walker reviewed revised Policy 314, the Vehicle Pursuit Policy. He emphasized the major change,
which was that officers must have a good reason to begin a pursuit and a supervisor could call it off. He
said the committee recommended approval of the policy.

        Mr. Walker, seconded by Mr. Manning, recommended the commission approve the Eugene Police
        Department Vehicle Pursuit Policy.

Lieutenant Scott Fellman joined the meeting. Commissioners asked committee members and Lieutenant
Fellman questions to clarify the details of the policy and the logic behind the policy. Lieutenant Fellman
described the vehicle pursuit training that officers received and noted the proviso carried forward from the
previous policy that officers would not criticize one another for calling off a pursuit.

        Mr. Walker, seconded by Ms. Conover, called the question.

        The motion passed unanimously.


6.      Break


7.      Chief’s Report

Chief Kerns discussed the City’s experience in disbanding the Occupy Eugene encampment, which went
smoothly. He commended Incident Commander Lynn Reeves and Lieutenants Sam Kamkar, Jennifer
Bills, Nate Reynolds, and Doug Mozan and Captains Richard Stronach and Rex Barrong for their work.
He said they had all done a fantastic job and followed the objectives established by the EPD’s executive
team.

Chief Kerns noted the upcoming Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day March, which was dedicated to Officer
Chris Kilcullen. The NAACP planned to recognize Officer Kilcullen with its Leadership Award, which
would be presented to Christie Kilcullen at a ceremony in March.

Chief Kerns reported that remodeling would begin on the new police headquarters at 300 Country Club the
following week. He also reported that three officers and two communication specialists graduated from
the Police Academy in December. The EPD continued to make progress on the new records management
system, which would facilitate real-time crime analysis, with a purchase expected in a year to 18 months.
He said two EPD officers were serving on the mayor’s homelessness task force. Acting Captain Rex
Barrong had asked to return to the position of Lieutenant in charge of Investigations Division and Pete
Deshpande was now Acting Captain of that division. Chief Kerns noted that Captain Rich Stronach and
Division Manager Lynn Reeves would retire in 2013 and he anticipated that EPD would hire three captains
in 2012. The City would also fill a vacant Crime Analyst position in 2012.

Chief Kerns reported that some of EPD’s 2012 in-service session included training on hazardous materials,
gang enforcement and investigations, and defensive tactics.




MINUTES—Eugene Police Commission                        January 12, 2012                       Page 3
Chief Kerns shared statistics comparing crime levels, citations, and calls for service for the years 2010-
2011. He also shared maps showing the location of burglaries, thefts from vehicles, and stolen cars,
reporting that burglaries were climbing while vehicle theft was decreasing. Commissioners asked
questions clarifying the information provided.

Mr. Walker shared the Web site www.crimereports.com, which provided e-mailed weekly reports about
neighborhood crime rates to subscribers. He also shared the City’s telephone number for reporting graffiti
on public property: (541) 682-4800.


8.      Committee Report – Outreach and Resources

Mr. Manning reported that the committee reviewed the survey, which was very interesting. He said he had
shared some of the positive results with the police officers in attendance at the recent State of City event.
Mr. Manning said the committee debriefed its work on the Monroe Street Station closure and agreed to
continue to reach out to the affected neighborhoods and Centro Latino Americano.

Ms. Miller thanked the EPD for paying for the survey. She recognized Mr. Mueller for suggesting the idea
and the department for implementing it. She looked forward to the commission seeing the survey’s results
at the next meeting.


9.      Update on Downtown Public Safety Zone Public Forum

Ms. Hawley referred the commission to the record of the December 2011 forum on the City’s Downtown
Public Safety Zone (DPSZ), which the commission held at the request of City Manager Jon Ruiz.

Ms. Conover recommended that the brochure provided to those who received an exclusion order be made
available to the City Council.

Responding to a question from Ms. Lange, Chief Kerns said that the City’s attorneys had determined that
Eugene’s program was constitutionally defensible; it had not yet been challenged on constitutional
grounds. He described the practical impact of an exclusion order.

Speaking to the input received at the forum, Mr. Mueller suggested that the DPSZ discouraged those made
uncomfortable by individual behaviors they found outside the norm from “opening their minds” to such
behavior. He also suggested that Downtown Eugene, Inc. consider funding some supportive mental health
outreach and treatment services rather than more guides. He noted the public input offered by Neil
VanSteenbergen, who was instrumental in the City’s Human Rights Advocate Program. Mr. VanSteen-
bergen had recommended that the scope of the advocates be expanded to better assist those receiving
citations, which Mr. Mueller thought would be useful.

Chief Kerns pointed out to the commission that the ordinance could not be used to exclude those who
made people feel uncomfortable. It could only be used to exclude people who committed crimes
downtown. He indicated he would give more thought to the use of advocates.

Mr. Walker observed that none of the speakers at the forum asked that the zone be discontinued. He
briefly reviewed the testimony the commission received, which was generally supportive. Speaking to Mr.
Mueller’s comments about the DPSZ discouraging people from being open-minded, Mr. Walker recalled
that the testimony in question regarded people who entered the speaker’s place of business without intent


MINUTES—Eugene Police Commission                         January 12, 2012                       Page 4
to purchase and acted in a menacing way, which frightened away customers. He had first-hand knowledge
of some of the behaviors mentioned at the forum and believed the zone should continue.

        Mr. Walker, seconded by Mr. Manning, moved that the commission go on record as supporting the
        DPSZ, and recommend elimination of the sunset provision.

Mayor Piercy recalled that Portland’s zone was quite different from Eugene’s zone and had ended because
of discrimination. She acknowledged her own initial misgivings about Eugene’s program but had been
persuaded by Judge Wayne Allen’s report that it had been appropriately used by the EPD as a tool to keep
repeat offenders out of downtown. The program had not been used much and there was no evidence it was
being misused. Chief Kerns observed that Police Auditor had not yet received a complaint about the
program.

Mr. Garner believed the EPD was working hard to use the program appropriately and it was a tool that was
being applied very carefully by officers.

Mr. Clark recalled the problems that led to the establishment of the DPSZ and said that the lack of jail beds
made it difficult to hold those who committed crimes in downtown. The zone gave the EPD another tool
to fight crime downtown. He supported the DPSZ.

Responding to a question from Ms. Lange, Chief Kerns said the DPSZ covered more crimes than a drug-
free zone, which the City did not have. The City adopted the DPSZ concept because there was insufficient
jail space to house offenders. The zone was not established to harass the homeless or the mentally ill.

Chief Kerns noted that the CRB case review mentioned by Ms. Conover involved an offender who had
been arrested by the EPD more than 400 times; that was not an unusual record and was representative of
the type of repeat offenders the EPD found in downtown. Because the City could not keep them jailed,
keeping them out of the area gave the neighborhood some relief. Ms. Lange suggested such individuals
merely went to another neighborhood. Chief Kerns concurred that this sometimes occurred. He said that
the zone was part of a multi-faceted strategy to help downtown be more vital, and there were neighbor-
hoods where such individuals’ behavior would be less harmful.

Ms. Lange suggested the burden of the zone fell disproportionately on those of color and the mentally ill,
which had been the case in Portland. She hoped to avoid the problems that Portland encountered. Chief
Kerns pointed out that in Eugene as contrasted to Portland, a judge rather than a police officer made the
exclusion decision. He added that the entire criminal justice system disproportionately affected those with
mental health conditions.

Ms. Miller believed the DPSZ had been narrowly crafted and judiciously applied. She hoped that the
council reviewed the DPSZ periodically to ensure it continued to be used in the same manner.

Mr. Mueller suggested that the DPSZ might be less useful in the future if more jail beds became available.
He advocated for continued monitoring of the impact of the zone, and hoped Chief Kerns looked at the
potential of modifying the advocacy program.

Mayor Piercy concurred with Chief Kerns that the DPSZ was one of several City strategies to help
revitalize downtown. Those strategies included more downtown activities and programming to encourage
residents to be downtown and to displace opportunities for unlawful behaviors. She pointed out the
Downtown Guides were intended to reduce the cost of policing the downtown area through their visibility




MINUTES—Eugene Police Commission                        January 12, 2012                       Page 5
but they had limited enforcement powers. She said the guides received crisis intervention training to assist
them in addressing problems they encountered downtown.

Mr. Lohrke said the zone represented a civil remedy but violation of the exclusion order was a crime.
Speaking to the issue of jail beds, Mr. Lohrke believed the fact the City rented beds for municipal offenses
ensured that those who were sentenced to jail did the days they were sentenced to serve. He also had due
process concerns about the zone because of his perception that judges would automatically follow the
recommendation of the officer. Ms. Conover saw no difference between the exclusion order and any other
citation issued by an officer in terms of due process.

Mr. Manning pointed out that similar tools had been used in military installations with success and the
concept was not unique to Eugene. He supported the DPSZ. He believed it was designed to shape
behavior.

Mr. Mueller said that those with mental health issues often failed to respond to court summons and that
added to their problems. They often ended up in jail, which was not an appropriate place for them, but
society was not willing to spend what it required to help them get over their diseases. He thought that the
presence of an advocate would help such individuals stand up for themselves.

        The motion passed, 9:1; Mr. Lohrke voted no.


10.     Closing Remarks

Mr. Clark expressed appreciation to the EPD for its efforts at the State of the City event.

Mr. Mueller suggested to Mr. Garner that Judge Hogan’s sentence of the embezzler was based on his
perception the individual was ill with a gambling addiction. All the available data suggested that treatment
was more effective than punishment in such cases. He did not consider the sentence an invitation to others
to embezzle, but rather an invitation to those with addictions to seek treatment.

Mr. Mueller questioned accounts of the death at the Occupy Eugene that suggested the individual in
question was murdered. He maintained the individual died of heart failure because he placed himself in a
bad situation. Mr. Mueller reported he been told that attempts to contact 9-1-1 were delayed because of
the noise of generators muffled the cries for help.

Mr. Manning indicated his agreement with the remarks of Mr. Garner. He said a gambling addiction did
not exempt one from complying with the law. Many incarcerated people had addictions. The sentence
suggested that white collar employees claiming an addiction received a “pass.”

Mr. Mueller thanked Chief Kerns for giving credit to the participants in the Occupy movement. He
believed they wanted to make the world a better place.

Mr. Walker questioned how Occupy Eugene participants could say that the individual who died at the
Occupy Eugene encampment expired due to a heart attack after the medical examiner ruled that the death
was due to violence.

Ms. Conover also expressed appreciation for the EPD’s response to Occupy Eugene.

Ms. Miller adjourned the meeting at 8:24 p.m.



MINUTES—Eugene Police Commission                         January 12, 2012                      Page 6
(Recorded by Kimberly Young)




MINUTES—Eugene Police Commission   January 12, 2012   Page 7
                                    Public Opinion Survey

                         Conducted for the Eugene Police Commission

In November 2011, Advanced Marketing Research conducted a public opinion survey for the
Eugene Police Commission. One of the key goals of the Police Commission is to improve the
trust, understanding and communication between the Police Department and the community it
serves. This survey provides baseline information about those key issues. A random phone
survey was conducted, producing statistically valid results for the overall population.
Demographics were collected to learn more about how factors such as income, age and
race/ethnicity affect perceptions and responses. Those differences which are statistically
reliable are highlighted below.

80% Trust the Eugene Police Department

 95                                                            80% of all respondents stated they
       Percentage of People who Somewhat                       somewhat or highly trusted the
 90
 85
               or Highly Trust EPD                             Eugene Police Department, This is
 80                                                            slightly lower among people of
 75                                                            color (75%), people who rent
 70                                                            (70%), and people who make less
 65
                                                               than $15,000 per year (64%) The
                                                               percentage of people with higher
 60
                                                               levels of trust than the general
 55
                                                               population include higher among
 50
      All people Income People People of Home     Income       people who own their home (86%),
      surveyed <$15K who Rent Color      owners    >$50K       people making more than $50,000
                                                               (90%)



63% of all respondents rated the performance of Eugene Police Department as good or
excellent.

                                          How would you rate the performance of 
73% of people over age 65                      Eugene Police Department?
provided a good or excellent
rating, while 57% of people
under age 34 provided similar
rating.                                                             Excellent
                                                           Good 
                                                                      20%
                                                           43%
                                                                                   Don't know
                                                                                      13%
                                                                                    Poor
                                                     Average                Fair     2%
                                                      15%                   7%
In addition to information about trust and performance, the survey offered other interesting
results:



41% of all respondents feel somewhat or very encouraged to provide input to the City regarding
police policies.

69% of all respondents described their most recent interaction with the Eugene Police as
somewhat or very positive. The percentage of people with similar descriptions increased for
those with post-graduate education (81%), those making more than $75,000 (75%)

74% of all respondents reported basing their opinions about Eugene Police Department on first-
hand experience or as a witness. This is lower among people making less than $15,000 per
year (63%).

38% of all respondents reported basing their opinions about Eugene Police Department on the
media. This is higher among people over age 65 (60%).

26% of all respondents reported basing their opinions about Eugene Police Department on word
of mouth. This is higher among people age 18-24 (39%), and people who rent their homes
(34%). It is lower among people aged 55-64 (14%), and people who own their homes (21%).

38% of all respondents felt that the level of Eugene Police Department Staffing is very or
somewhat adequate. This was higher among people aged 18-24 (51%), people making less
than $15,000 /year (49%) and lower among people 45-54 (20%)



The full report and summary data tables are available upon request.



Eugene Police Commission
777 Pearl Street, Room 107
Eugene, OR 97401
www.Eugene-or.gov/policecommission
541-682-5852
                                                                                                              Results of Public Opinion Survey 
                                                                                                               for Eugene Police Commission
Overall how would you rate the performance of the Eugene Police Department?

                   Total      18‐24 yo      25‐34 yo            35‐44 yo           45‐54 yo        55‐64 yo        65+ yo          Own       Rent     White             Other         <$15       $15‐24K   $25‐49K    $50‐74K   $75K+
Poor                  8              0             0                   4                  1               3             0             5         3         5                 2            1             0         4          1       2
Fair                 27              8             5                   3                  7               3             1            11        14       22                  4            7             1        10          3       2
Average              62             12            15                   9                 10              10             6            40        21       51                 10           12             8        12         15      12
Good                171             40            24                  22                 27              32            25           108        57      144                 24           29            22        35         36      28
Excellent            82              6             4                  10                 11              19            30            73         8       75                  7           10             4        12         17      32
Don't Know           50              4            11                   5                 10               7            13            37        10       40                  9            6             4        12          6      11
                    400             70            59                  53                 66              74            75           274       113      337                 56           65            39        85         78      87


 100%

   90%

   80%

   70%

   60%
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Don't know

   50%                                                                                                                                                                                                         Excellent

                                                                                                                                                                                                               Good
   40%
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Average
   30%                                                                                                                                                                                                         Fair

                                                                                                                                                                                                               Poor
   20%

   10%

    0%
                                 18‐24 yo


                                             25‐34 yo


                                                             35‐44 yo


                                                                        45‐54 yo


                                                                                        55‐64 yo


                                                                                                     65+ yo




                                                                                                                            Rent
                                                                                                                  Own




                                                                                                                                                                                                   $75K+
                                                                                                                                     White




                                                                                                                                                     <$15


                                                                                                                                                              $15‐24K


                                                                                                                                                                            $25‐49K


                                                                                                                                                                                       $50‐74K
                                                                                                                                             Other
                      Total




                                                        Overall how would you rate the performance of the Eugene Police Department?

Variations of statistical signficance are outlined
Community Survey, Eugene Police Commission November 2011
                                                                               Results of Public Opinion Survey 
                                                                                for Eugene Police Commission
In general, do you trust or distrust the Eugene Police Department

                         TOTAL   18‐24 yo   25‐34 yo   35‐44 yo   45‐54 yo   55‐64 yo   65+ yo   Own       Rent       White   Other   <$15 $15‐24K     $25‐49K      $50‐74K   $75K+
Highly Distrust               18        2          1          4          3          5        3     13         5         12        4      3       0           7            2       3
Somewhat distrust             33       10          8          5          3          3        4     10        22         25        8     10       5          11            2       3
Neither trust nor dist        21        5          4          2          2          3        5     12         6         18        2      9       2           3            3       2
Somewhat trust               149       26         30         23         30         27       12     95        49        120       27     14      19          31           39      31
Highly trust                 172       26         15         19         25         36       49    139        30        155       15     27      13          31           32      47
Don't know                     7        1          1          0          3          0        2      5         1           7       0      2       0           2            0       1
                             400       70         59         53         66         74       75    274       113        337       56     65      39          85           78      87


 100%

  90%

  80%

  70%

  60%                                                                                                                                        Don't know

                                                                                                                                             Highly trust
  50%
                                                                                                                                             Somewhat trust

  40%                                                                                                                                        Neither trust nor distrust

                                                                                                                                             Somewhat distrust
  30%                                                                                                                                        Highly Distrust

  20%

  10%

    0%
           TOTAL 18‐24 25‐34 35‐44 45‐54 55‐64 65+ yo Own                    Rent White Other <$15      $15‐   $25‐     $50‐ $75K+
                  yo    yo    yo    yo    yo                                                            24K    49K      74K

Variations of statistical signficance are outlined
Community Survey, Eugene Police Commission November 2011
                                                                              Results of Public Opinion Survey 
                                                                               for Eugene Police Commission
Do you feel you are encouraged or discouraged in providing input to the City regarding Police policies?
                          Total         Zip ‐ 97404     Zip ‐ 97401      All other zips
Very discouraged                   14               1               2            11
Somewhat discouraged               52              10               6            36
Neither encouraged or             127              10              27            90
Somewhat encouraged               129               9              23            97
Very discouraged                   35               4               9            22
Don't know                         43               1              16            26
 100%
  90%
  80%
  70%                                                                                                     Don't know
  60%                                                                                                     Very discouraged

  50%                                                                                                     Somewhat encouraged

  40%                                                                                                     Neither encouraged or discouraged

  30%                                                                                                     Somewhat discouraged
                                                                                                          Very discouraged
  20%
  10%
   0%
                 Total              Zip ‐ 97404            Zip ‐ 97401           All other zips


Variations of statistical signficance are outlined
                                                    



                                                                               Police Commission


Memorandum                                                                              City of Eugene
                                                                           777 Pearl Street, Room 106
                                                                               Eugene, Oregon 97401
                                                                                       (541) 682-5852


January 31, 2012

To:         Mayor Piercy and City Council

From:       Carter Hawley, 541-682-5852
            Police Commission Analyst

Subject:    Police Commission Status Report

This is a status report of Police Commission activities from July 2010 through January 2011. Please
contact Chair Juan Carlos Valle at 541-686-7198, or staff with any questions.

The Police Commission’s FY 2012 Work Plan was approved by the City Council on September 26,
2011. The work plan is organized around the goals of the Police Commission, and identifies several
annual work plan objectives under each overarching goal. Additionally, the work plan identifies three
committees to assist with the work of the Commission: Outreach and Resources; Policy Screening
and Review; and a Hate Crimes Planning Committee. The Commission designed its work plan to fit
within reasonable timeframes and allow ample time for any emerging community issues to be
addressed. This summary is intended to provide a mid-year progress report on the Commission’s
work.

As spelled out in the adopted bylaws, the Police Commission has five goals, which guide the
Commission’s annual work activities. New language or Status Updates are reflected in italics, while
the original work plan language is in grey.

Goal 1 – Ensure that the policies and procedures of the Eugene Police Department protect the civil
rights and liberties of everyone in Eugene.

        Work Plan Objective 1.1 – Working with other commissions and boards, organize a hate
        crimes conference to be held in FY 2013. Status: Members of the Hate Crimes Conference
        work group have been identified from the Police Commission and Human Rights Commission,
        and the first meeting is being scheduled. The Civilian Review Board is also interested in being
        involved.
                                                   
       Work Plan Objective 1.2 – Create a Hate Crimes Conference Committee to address details
       related to conference. Status: Members of the Hate Crimes Conference work group have been
       identified from the Police Commission and Human Rights Commission, and the first meeting
       is being scheduled.

       Work Plan Objective 1.3 – Through continued Policy Screening and Review Committee,
       review policies to assure policies protect civil rights and liberties of everyone, including
       search and seizure, juvenile detention, property procedures and canine policies. Status: The
       Committee has concluded its review of the search and seizure policy and canine policy, as
       well as the vehicle pursuit policy. The community interest in the search and seizure policy was
       greater than anticipated, which has delayed review of some of the other policies.

Goal 2 – Promote policing that respects and reflects Eugene’s rich culture and diversity

       Work Plan Objective 2.1 – Through continued Outreach and Resource Committee develop
       outreach tool kit. Status: The tool kit has not been developed, although materials are being
       collected for the Committee’s consideration.

       Work Plan Objective 2.2 – Through continued Outreach and Resource Committee, identify
       increased opportunities for outreach and meaningful input between the Police Department and
       the community. Status: In response to the Police Department’s announcement of the closure
       of the Monroe Street Station, the Outreach and Resource Committee embarked on an
       extensive outreach effort, meeting with several neighborhood associations, government and
       non-profit partners, and businesses. The resulting recommendations regarding the Monroe
       Street Station more clearly reflect the community perspectives and interests. Now, that the
       recommendations have been forwarded to the Police Department, the Committee is receiving
       periodic updates from the Department, and has offered to meet with all the original
       community partners to apprise them of the progress of the department. The Police
       Department has also offered to invite Commissioners to neighborhood meetings, as
       appropriate.

       Work Plan Objective 2.3 – Through continued Policy Screening and Review Committee,
       review proposed EPD policies to assure they reflect and respect Eugene’s rich culture and
       diversity. Status: Members of the public attend the Committee meetings, and are able to
       provide public comments. More useful is a time set aside on every agenda, for community
       dialogue. Members of the public as well as interested organizations can have a two-way
       meaningful dialogue with the Committee members and Department staff about their concerns
       and interests related to the policies under review.

Goal 3 – Increase communications, understanding and trust between police and the people in Eugene

       Work Plan Objective 3.1 – Through the continued Outreach and Resource Committee,
       conduct a community survey to assess the level of community trust and understanding. Status:
       A community survey was conducted in November 2011. Preliminary analysis is being
       conducted, and the results shared with the Police Department.

       Work Plan Objective 3.2 – Establish listening sessions between Eugene Police Department
       staff and the community Status: The listening sessions coordinated by the Police Commission
                                                   
       have not been established. The Police Department has conducted listening sessions with
       community members since May 2009. The Commissioners will need to determine how they
       want to proceed in light of the work underway by the Department.

       Work Plan Objective 3.3 – Coordinate joint meetings with the Citizen Review Board and
       Human Rights Commission, to increase mutual understanding and trust. Status: A joint
       meeting with the Civilian Review Board was held in September 2011. Staff from both the
       Human Rights and the Police Commission are discussing opportunities for further
       collaboration between the Commissions, as they explore the possibility of a joint meeting.

Goal 4 – Encourage problem solving and partnerships between people, neighborhoods and other
agencies and police

       Work Plan Objective 4.1 – Increase understanding of gang violence in Eugene, and identify
       possible role for Police Commission in policies, education, resources or outreach. Status: The
       Police Commission regularly receives briefings from the Police Department about gang
       violence, and the Department’s proposed Gang Summit. As the Summit planning progresses,
       any appropriate roles for the Commission will be identified.

       Work Plan Objective 4.2 – Increase understanding of domestic violence in Eugene, and
       identify possible role for Police Commission in policies, education, resources or outreach.
       Status: At its meeting December 8, 2011 the Commission received a thorough briefing from a
       Police Department detective largely responsible for the Department’s response to domestic
       violence. No immediate role for the Commission was identified.


Goal 5 – Provide fair opportunities for the public and criminal justice professionals to comment and
participate in the commission’s work recognizing the interconnectedness of the criminal justice
system

       Work Plan Objective 5.1 – Increase understanding of system serving juveniles, with
       involvement from various public agencies, and identify possible role for Police Commission
       in policies, education, resources or outreach. Status: At its meeting in October, the
       Commission discussed all of the topics for further study, including juvenile services. They
       prioritized the discussions, based on the likely ability of the Commission to have a meaningful
       role in the topic. Services for juveniles were lower on the priority list, because of the multiple
       players, inadequate funding, and unclear resolution. The intent is to receive periodic briefings
       from the Police Department about this issue, and any possible role for the Commission.

       Work Plan Objective 5.2 – Increase understanding of complex system involving jail bed
       capacity, with involvement from various public agencies and identify possible role for Police
       Commission in policies, education, resources or outreach. Status: At its meeting in October,
       the Commission discussed all of the topics for further study, including jail bed capacity. They
       prioritized the discussions, based on the likely ability of the Commission to have a meaningful
       role in the topic. Jail bed capacity was lower on the priority list, because of the multiple
       players, inadequate funding, and unclear resolution. The intent is to receive periodic briefings
       from the Police Department about this issue, and any possible role for the Commission.
                                                    
       Work Plan Objective 5.3 – Increase understanding of interrelation between social services and
       public safety, with involvement from various public and non-profit organizations, and identify
       possible role for Police Commission in policies, education, resources or outreach. Status: At
       its meeting in October, the Commission discussed all of the topics for further study, including
       the relationship between social services and public safety. Because the Commission felt it
       needed to better understand this relationship before any role could be identified, the
       Commission will schedule an additional informational discussion later in the spring.

Work Sessions
The Police Commission routinely meets eleven times a year. At its meeting, the Commission reviews
work of the Committees, hears presentations about topics of interest, and makes recommendations to
the Chief of Police, City Manager and City Council. For FY 2012, the Commission will schedule
presentations about the following topics, to help achieve their proposed work plan.
     Jail beds and the impact low supply has on crime
     Gang activity in Eugene
     Services for juveniles and the coordination between various juvenile-serving agencies
     Social services and the relationship between services provided and the people served by
        Eugene Police Department
    Status: The Commission has had discussions on all of these topics and will continue to receive
    periodic updates from the Police Department, and outside experts. For further details, see the
    goals listed above.

Committees
Two committees from FY 2011 are proposed to carry over to FY 2012: Policy Screening and Review
Committee, and Outreach and Resource Committee.

      The Policy Screening and Review Committee (PSRC) is designed as a multi-year effort to
       assist the department in updating the police policy manual, utilizing the Lexipol structure as
       the framework for a comprehensive policy review process. This committee was first
       organized in FY 2008 but did not begin reviewing policies until FY 2009. In the past fiscal
       year, the committee reviewed and made recommendations on several different topic-specific
       policies, including several policies related to use of force. In FY 2012 the committee will
       continue its process of screening policies and making suggestions for revisions. Some of the
       priority policies identified for FY 2012 include search and seizure, vehicle pursuits, canine,
       and policies related to the move into the new headquarters. It is recommended that this
       committee will continue until the Lexipol updates are completed, well beyond FY 2012.
       Status: This committee has continued to meet, and has completed its review of the Vehicle
       Pursuit Policy and the Search and Seizure Policy. The Search and Seizure Policy review took
       significantly longer than anticipated, due in large part to extended opportunities for
       community input and discussion. The Committee expects to complete its review of the Canine
       Policy in February.

      The Outreach and Resource Committee is charged with developing the tools and practices
       to increase the Police Commission’s outreach within the Community, while also monitoring
       and making recommendations about resources available to the Eugene Police Department.
       One project currently underway that will continue into FY 2012 is the outreach related to the
       Monroe Street Public Safety Station. Another project underway is a community survey that
                                                   
       will begin to gauge the community’s trust and understand of the Eugene Police Department.
       This Committee’s work should conclude at the end of FY 2012, at which point the Committee
       will cease. Status: The Outreach and Resource Committee has largely completed its work
       with the Monroe Street Public Safety Station. It developed significant recommendations that
       were approved by the Police Commission and forwarded on to the Chief of Police for his
       consideration. The Police Chief provides periodic updates to the Commission on the
       Department’s progress on responding to the recommendations, and the Committee continues
       to follow up with community groups and other interested parties to provide updates about the
       Department’s progress.

In addition, a third committee is sought for FY 2012. One of the top priorities for the Commission is
a multi-year effort to work on creating and holding a hate crimes conference. The Commission would
like to create a Hate Crimes Conference Committee to begin the work on this important topic and
coordinate with the Human Rights Commission as well as the Civilian Review Board, as they’re
interested and able to partner with the Police Commission. This committee would be in effect for two
years, through the end of FY 2013, or the conclusion of the Hate Crimes Conference, whichever
comes first. Status: The Hate Crimes Conference Committee members have been named by both the
Human Rights Commission and the Police Commission. The first meeting of that group is being
scheduled.

Additional Work Items
In addition to the items listed above and anticipated in the Commission’s annual work plan, the
following topics have been added for discussion by the Commission:

   -   Discussion and resolution of new requirement to videotape Police Commission meetings.
       Status: The Commission discussed this, to balance the needs of the City to provide a
       transparent, accessible video record of the Commission meetings, with the logistics and costs
       associated with videotaping. The Police Department funded Metro TV videotaping through
       December 2011, while staff developed a more cost effective option using an existing video
       camera owned by the Police Department. Commission meetings continue to be video
       recorded, and all committee meetings are audio recorded.
   -   Public Forum on the Downtown Public Safety Zone. Status: The Commission was requested
       by the City to hold a public forum, which was held in December 2011. After the public forum,
       the Commission further discussed the topic and the community’s response. The Commission
       developed a recommendation to extend the Downtown Public Safety Zone regulations and
       forwarded those recommendations through the Council Liaison, Councilor Clark, to the City
       Council in January 2012.
   -   Identify New Meeting Space. Status: After the current City Hall is vacated and the McNutt
       Room is not available, the Commission will need to find alternative space for their meetings.
       They will discuss this in the spring, and consider costs, parking accessibility, transit
       accessibility, safety, and other access issues before determining where to meet.
                                                    

                Summary of Status of Eugene Police Commission Activity
                                July – December 2011

FY 2012 Work Plan Objective                                  Status
                                                             In Progress Complete
1.1 Hate Crimes Conference                                       

1.2 Hate Crimes Committee                                        

1.3 PSRC Committee Policy Review                                 

2.1 Outreach Committee - Toolkit                                 

2.2 Outreach Committee – Improve community input                 

2.3 PSRC Committee – Inform policies w/ community values         

3.1 Outreach Committee – Community Survey                                    

3.2 Listening sessions                                           

3.3 Joint meetings w/ CRB & HRC                                  

4.1 Gang violence                                                

4.2 Domestic violence                                            

5.1 Juvenile services                                            

5.2 Jail bed capacity                                            

5.3 Interaction between social services & public safety          
                                                   POLICY 318 – CANINE
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TOPIC                     LEXIPOL/EPD                         CURRENT EPD                            OTHER AGENCIES
Purpose and        318.1 The Canine Program was          The Police Service Dog Program          Beaverton PD 9.1
Scope              established to augment police         was established to augment police       PHILOSOPHY. The canine unit is primarily
Add search for     services to the community. Highly     services to the community. Highly       supportive to the patrol function. Arrests made
other people.      skilled and trained teams of          skilled and trained teams of            or things found will be considered to have
Add location of                                          handlers and police service dogs        been done by the patrol officer involved, using
org, purpose,
                   handlers and canines are used to      (K9 Teams) have evolved from            the canine team as the means to do so, unless
etc, similar to    supplement police operations and      the program and are used to             canine is the primary response unit. Each "dog
Tuscan             to expand officers’ effectiveness     supplement police operations to         handler/police canine" is considered
Add limitations    in to locateing individuals, and      locate and apprehend criminal           "specialized". Dog handlers will apply the dog
e.g., use of       contraband, and to apprehending       offenders.                              with proper restraint. It is recognized that a
force              criminal offenders.                                                           strong bond between dog and handler is vital
                                                                                                 to accomplish the goals of the canine unit. The
                                                                                                 stronger the bond, the greater success can be
                                                                                                 achieved. To form the strongest possible bond,
                                                                                                 dog handlers and their families take every
                                                                                                 opportunity to provide attention and genuine
                                                                                                 affection for their dog; the assignment is
                                                                                                 voluntary.

Inserted                                                                                         Tucson PD
language from      A canine’s greatest value lies in                                             2432.1 General [CALEA 1.3.4; 41.1.4 a]
Tuscan’s policy,   the deterrent effect of their                                                 The Service Dog Unit (SDU) is a unit of the
and from IACP      presence. The deployment of a                                                 Tactical Support Section (TSS) within the
                                                                                                 Specialized Response Division of the Support
                   canine to apprehend a criminal                                                Services Bureau. A police service dog is not a
                   suspect constitutes a use of force                                            substitute for a police officer, but is a resource
                   and, therefore, must be consistent                                            to expand the officer's effectiveness. Although
                   with EPD’s principles of                                                      their greatest value lies in the deterrent effect
                   escalation and de-escalation of                                               of their presence, all members of the
                   force.                                                                        Department shall bear in mind that the use of a
                                                                                                 service dog in making or maintaining an arrest
                   The Canine Program is in the                                                  constitutes the use of force, or the implied
                   Special Operations Section of the                                             threat of the use of force
                   East Operations Division.

Use /              318.2 A canine may be used to         Part 1, A. (modified July 13, 2010)     PPB 635.10 prohibits use for crowd
Deployment         locate and apprehend a suspect if     1. The decision to deploy a police      management or control
Use “totality of   the canine handler reasonably         service dog will be based upon
circumstances”     believes, based upon the totality     the following factors:                  PPB Foot pursuits 630.15 listed K9 Track as a
to remain                                                • The severity of the crime;            tactic to apprehend
consistent with
                   of the cirucmstances, that the        • Whether the suspect poses an
other policies;    individual has either committed or    immediate threat to the safety of       Beaverton PD Canine Unit 9.1
incorporate        threatened to commit any serious      the officers                            The canine unit is responsible for, but not
prohibition        offense and if any of the             or others; and                          limited to:
about using        following conditions exists:          • Whether the suspect is actively       A. By use of their olfactory abilities, locating
canine in crowd                                          resisting arrest or attempting to       lost/missing persons and/or suspects that have
management/        (a)       There is a reasonable       evade arrest at the time.               fled on foot.
control.           belief the individual poses an        2. A police service dog may be          B. Assisting patrol officers in criminal
                   imminent threat of violence or        used to locate and apprehend a          apprehensions;
                                                         person if the handler reasonably        C. Conducting area searches;
                   serious harm to the public, any       believes that the person has either     D. Conducting building searches; and
                   officer, or the handler.              committed or is attempting to           E. Conducting public relations demonstrations;
                   (b)       The individual is           commit a crime for which the            F. Article Searches
                   physically resisting or threatening   person would normally be taken
                   to resist arrest and the use of a     into custody if one or more             Beaverton 9.1
                   canine reasonably appears to be       of the following conditions exist(s):   THE DOG AS A MEANS OF "FORCE". Dogs
                   necessary to overcome such            • There is a reasonable belief that     may be used as an instrument of force. Their
                   resistance.                           the individual poses an immediate       proper use as a means of force shall be based
                                                         threat of violence or serious harm      on the totality of the circumstances present at



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TOPIC               LEXIPOL/EPD                         CURRENT EPD                            OTHER AGENCIES
             (c)      The individual is believed   to the public, the handler, or any      the time the decision is made.
             to be concealed in an area where      other officer.
             entry by other than the canine        • The individual is physically          Beaverton: A police canine may be used to
             would pose a threat to the safety     resisting or evading (fleeing)          locate and apprehend a suspect if the dog
                                                   arrest and the use of the dog           handler reasonably believes that the individual
             of officers or the public.            reasonably appears to be                has either committed or is about to commit any
                                                   necessary to make an arrest. The        offense and if any of the following conditions
             Once the individual has been          fact that the person is fleeing will    exist:
             located, the canine should be         not by itself serve as justification    A. There is a reasonable belief that the
             secured as soon as it becomes         for use of the dog, unless the          individual poses an immediate threat of
             reasonably practical.                 person’s behavior while fleeing is      violence or serious harm to the public, any
                                                   creating a significant hazard to        officer, or the handler.
             It is recognized that situations      officers or the public.                 B. The individual is physically resisting arrest
             may arise that do not fall within     • The individual has left the area      and the use of a police canine reasonably
                                                   and the use of the dog appears          appears to be necessary to overcome such
             the provisions set forth in this      reasonable to locate and, if            resistance.
             policy. In any such case, the         necessary, apprehend the                C. The individual(s) is/are believed to be
             handler will use a standard of        individual.                             concealed in an area where entry by other that
             objective reasonableness to           • The individual is believed to be      the police canine would pose a threat to the
             determine whether or not to use       concealed in an area where entry        safety of officers or the public.
             the canine, and the handler’s         by officers without the dog would       D. It is recognized that situations may arise
             decision will be reviewed by that     likely pose a threat to the safety of   which do not fall within the provisions set forth
             same standard.                        officers or the public.                 in this General Order. In any such case, a
                                                   • There is a need to search an          standard of objective reasonableness shall be
                                                   area or building for a crime            used to review the decision to use a police
             Absent a reasonable belief that       suspect and use of the dog will         canine in view of the totality of the
             an individual has committed or        significantly reduce the time           circumstances. Absent the presence of one or
             threatened to commit a serious        needed to conduct the search, or        more of the above conditions, mere flight from
             offense, mere flight from pursuing    a search by the dog is reasonably       pursuing officer(s) shall not serve as good
             officer(s) will not serve as good     needed to provide a more                cause for the use of a police canine to
             cause for the use of a canine to      thorough search.                        apprehend an individual.
             apprehend the individual.             3. Because canines have senses
                                                   far superior to those of humans,        Tucson PD
             Canines will not be used for          they may often be effectively           The Service Dog Unit assists in the prevention
                                                   utilized to track or search for non-    and detection of crime by searching for
             crowd management or control.          criminals (e.g., lost children,         persons, conducting building searches, and
                                                   individuals who may be                  aiding in the detection of substances according
                                                   disoriented or in need of medical       to their training.
                                                   attention) or suspects wanted for
                                                   minor criminal offenses. In such        IACP
                                                   circumstances, it will be               a. the severity of the crime;
                                                   necessary for the handler to            b. whether the suspect poses an immediate
                                                   evaluate the conditions and ability     threat to the safety of the officers or others;
                                                   of the canine to determine the          and
                                                   feasibility of such an application.     c. whether the suspect is actively resisting
                                                   Absent a change in circumstances        arrest or attempting to evade arrest at the
                                                   which presents an immediate             time. Their use includes but may not be limited
                                                   threat to officers, the canine, or      to:
                                                   the public, such applications           a. conducting building searches for what are
                                                   should be conducted on leash or         believed to be serious felony or armed
                                                   under such conditions that will         misdemeanor suspects in hiding;
                                                   minimize the likelihood that the        b. assisting in the arrest or prevention of the
                                                   canine will bite or otherwise injure    escape of serious or violent offenders;
                                                   the individual.                         c. protecting officers or others from death or
                                                   4. Unless it would otherwise            serious injury; and engaging in assignments
                                                   unreasonably increase the risk of       not listed here with the approval of the canine
                                                   injury or escape, a clearly audible     team supervisor.
                                                   warning to announce that a canine       4. A canine team may be used to respond to
                                                   will be released if the person does     minor complaint situations but the canine
                                                   not comply with an officer’s            should not be deployed.



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TOPIC                   LEXIPOL/EPD                            CURRENT EPD                           OTHER AGENCIES
                                                          commands will be made prior to         6. Canine teams should not be used to
                                                          releasing a canine. In the event of    apprehend anyone suspected to be under the
                                                          an apprehension, the handler will      influence of drugs or alcohol if no other crime
                                                          document in any related report         is involved, nor the mentally disturbed if no
                                                          whether or not a verbal warning        other crime is involved.
                                                          was given and, if none was given,      7. Extra care should be taken and alternatives
                                                          the reason(s) why.                     to the deployment of a canine should be
                                                          5. When apprehending a suspect,        considered in the case of juvenile suspects.
                                                          the canine will be commanded to        8. Where a tactical deployment is justified by
                                                          disengage as soon as the suspect       agency policy, the tactical measures used
                                                          is subdued or readily complies         shall be at the discretion of the canine handler
                                                          with the officer’s directions.         and must be objectively reasonable. However,
                                                          6. It is recognized that situations    utilization of canines requires adherence to
                                                          may arise which do not fall within     procedures that properly control their use-of-
                                                          the provisions set forth in this       force potential and that channel their
                                                          policy. In any such case, the          specialized capabilities into legally acceptable
                                                          handler will use a standard of         crime prevention and control activities.
                                                          objective reasonableness based         IV. PROCEDURES
                                                          on the totality of the                   A. Canine Team Utilization for Location of
                                                          circumstances in deciding whether            and Apprehension of Suspects
                                                          to deploy the police service dog.      1. The deployment of a police canine for the
                                                          That decision will be evaluated        location and apprehension of a suspect is a
                                                          using the same standard.               use of force that must be consistent with this
                                                                                                 agency's principles of escalation and de-
                                                                                                 escalation of force.
                                                                                                 2. Decisions to deploy a canine shall be based
                                                                                                 upon the following:
                                                                                                 a. the severity of the crime;
                                                                                                 b. whether the suspect poses an immediate
                                                                                                 threat to the safety of the officers or others;
                                                                                                 and
                                                                                                 c. whether the suspect is actively resisting
                                                                                                 arrest or attempting to evade arrest at the
                                                                                                 time.
Preparation for   318.2.1                                 Part 1, B.                             Beaverton 9.1
utilizing /       Prior to the use of a canine to         1. Dispatch K9 teams to assist         1. The individual’s age or estimate thereof.
utilization       search for or apprehend any             officers on calls where they could     2. The nature of the suspected offense.
                  individual, the canine handler          help locate an individual.             3. Any potential danger to the public and/or
                                                          Examples of such calls are             other officers at the scene if the police canine
                  and/or the supervisor on scene          intrusion alarms, foot or vehicle      is released.
                  will carefully consider all pertinent   pursuits, or crimes in progress or     4. The degree of resistance, if any the subject
                  information that is reasonably          crimes from which suspects have        has shown.
                  available at the time. The              recently fled on foot.                 5. The potentials for escape or flight if the
                  information should include, but is      2. K9 teams may respond if not         police canine is not utilized.
                  not limited to, the following:          dispatched if their response does      6. The potential for injury to officers or the
                                                          not take them from other               public caused by the suspect if the police
                  (a)      The individual’s age or        necessary duties.                      canine is not utilized.
                  estimate thereof                        3. K9 teams are available to cover
                                                          officers on other calls; however,      Tucson PD
                  (b)      The nature of the              lengthy investigations do not          2432.4 Utilization of a Service Dog [CALEA
                  suspected offense                       make full utilization of the dog’s     1.3.4; 41.1.4 a]
                  (c)      Any potential danger to        potential. Consider these factors      Service dogs can detect human scent,
                  the public and/or other officers at     in deciding whether to dispatch a      provided conditions are suitable. When
                  the scene if the canine is              K9 team to a call which does not       searching
                  released                                require a dog‚ the availability of     a building and scouting an outside area for a
                  (d)      The degree of resistance       other on-duty K9 teams ‚ the           person dogs use their natural senses of smell
                  or threatened resistance, if any,       length of time the dog is likely to    and hearing. Every effort shall be made by
                  the subject has shown                   be out of service ‚ the availability   officers requesting a service dog to avoid
                                                          of other patrol officers who could     human scent contamination of the scene.
                  (e)      The potential for escape       handle the call‚ whether it is         Small Unit Tactics shall be used when



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TOPIC                   LEXIPOL/EPD                           CURRENT EPD                          OTHER AGENCIES
                 or flight if the police dog is not      necessary to handle the call          practical. A dog's search ability may be utilized
                 utilized                                immediately.                          in such instances as at the scene of a
                 (f)       The potential for injury to   4. K9 handlers are expected to        burglary, robbery, rape, theft, recently
                 officers or the public caused by        conduct on-duty training exercises    abandoned stolen vehicle, or other felony
                                                         as call load permits. When doing      offense.
                 the suspect if the canine is not        so, they must attempt to remain       In addition, service dogs with specialty training
                 utilized                                available for calls, and advise       may be used to detect certain narcotics,
                                                         dispatch if the training would        narcotic paraphernalia, or other substances
                 As circumstances permit, the            preclude their immediate              according to their training. Service dogs may
                 canine handler should make              response to a call.                   be used to effect the arrest or prevent the
                 every reasonable effort to                                                    escape of a suspect only on command and
                 communicate and coordinate with                                               only when the use of the canine constitutes
                 other involved personnel to                                                   that force which is reasonably necessary to
                 minimize the risk of unintended                                               apprehend a suspect. The canine may be
                                                                                               used to make an arrest under the following
                 injury. Unless otherwise directed                                             circumstances:
                 by a supervisor, assisting                                                     The safety of officers or others is immediately
                 personnel should take direction                                               threatened and time does not allow use of
                 from the handler in order to                                                  other means of force.
                 minimize interference with the                                                 The nature or type of resistance indicates that
                 canine.                                                                       the use of less force would be ineffective.
                                                                                                The crime in question is of a serious nature.
                 A canine handler will have the                                                A canine may be used to help locate a suspect
                 ultimate authority not to deploy                                              of a lesser crime, but not effect an arrest
                                                                                               unless the circumstances justify that level of
                 the dog. The handler will evaluate                                            force.
                 each situation and determine if                                               Service Dog units will not normally be
                 the use of a canine is technically                                            deployed at a crowd control situation except to
                 feasible. Generally, the decision                                             provide support security in an area away from
                 to deploy the dog will remain with                                            the main body of a crowd.
                 the handler. However, a
                 supervisor sufficiently apprised of
                 the situation may decide not to
                 deploy the dog.
Warnings         318.2.2                                 Part 1,A,4. Unless it would           Beaverton 9.1
                 Unless it would otherwise               otherwise unreasonably increase       Definition: Announcement - A loud verbal
                 increase the risk of injury or          the risk of injury or escape, a       warning that a police canine will be deployed
                 escape, a clearly audible warning       Clearly audible warning to            in a police application to search a building
                                                         announce that a canine will be        within one minute and that anyone within the
                 to announce that a canine will be       released if the person does not       building must immediately show and identify
                 released if the person does not         comply with an officer’s              himself.
                 come forth will be made prior to        commands will be made prior to        Beaverton:
                 releasing a canine. The canine          releasing a canine. In the event of   Unless it would otherwise increase the risk of
                 handler, when practical, will first     an apprehension, the handler will     injury or escape, a clearly audible warning to
                 advise the supervisor of his/her        document in any related report        announce that a canine will be released if the
                 decision if a verbal warning is not     whether or not a verbal warning       person does not come forth shall be made
                 given prior to releasing the            was given and, if none was given,     prior to conducting a building search or
                 canine. In the event of an              the reason(s) why.                    releasing a canine. The dog handler, when
                                                                                               practical, shall first advise the supervisor of
                 apprehension, the handler will                                                their decision if a verbal warning is not given
                 document in any related report                                                prior to releasing the police canine.
                 whether or not a verbal warning
                 was given and, if none was given,
                 the reason(s) why.
Specialized K9   318.2.3 Drug Detection
                 A drug-detection-trained canine
                 may be used in accordance with
                 current law under the following
                 circumstances:


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                   (a)      To assist in the search for
                   controlled substances during a
                   search warrant service
                   (b)      To obtain a search
                   warrant by using the detection
                   canine in support of probable
                   cause
                   (c)      To search vehicles,
                   buildings, bags, and any other
                   articles deemed necessary
                   (d) )     Drug detection dogs
                   from other agencies will be
                   governed by that agencies’
                   policies and practices

                   A drug-detection canine will not
                   be used to search a person for
                   controlled substances
Patrol Ofcr                                               1,C,
Duties                                                    1. Identify those situations where
Assure these                                              use of a police service dog would
provisions are                                            be advantageous and request that
kept                                                      a K9 team respond.
somewhere                                                 2. If the dog is to be used:
                                                          a. Do not search; instead, set up a
                                                          perimeter for containment.
                                                          b. Avoid or minimize
                                                          contamination of the scene.
                                                          c. Be prepared to brief the
                                                          responding K@9 handler(s),
                                                          including information as to where
                                                          officers or other non-suspects
                                                          have been. Provide suspect
                                                          description, nature of the crime,
                                                          and last known Location of the
                                                          suspect.
                                                          d. When searching an area with a
                                                          K9 team, you should generally
                                                          stay several yards behind the
                                                          handler, scan the areas to the
                                                          sides and adjacent to the K9
                                                          team, and avoid backlighting the
                                                          handler with your flashlight.
                                                          Searches vary significantly; the
                                                          handler will discuss particulars at
                                                          the time.
                                                          e. When interacting with police
                                                          service dogs, check with the
                                                          handler.
                                                          In general, do not tease, harass,
                                                          or engage in activity which the
                                                          dog may construe as hostile. Do
                                                          not give commands to a dog
                                                          without approval of the handler,
                                                          except in an emergency.
Handler                                                   1,D,                                  ,
Responsibilities                                          1. Keep your dog properly
                                                          maintained and fit for service.


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                                                      2. Keep your dog with you while
                                                      on duty, unless:
                                                      a. Attending training, court, or
                                                      other work situations not related to
                                                      the dog (although the dog may
                                                      accompany the handler if
                                                      circumstances allow, when full
                                                      uniform and equipment are
                                                      available in K9 car).
                                                      b. The dog is too ill for duty.
                                                      c. Otherwise authorized by the K9
                                                      Supervisor.
                                                      3. Evaluate requests for use of the
                                                      dog and make considered
                                                      decisions regarding deployment
                                                      of your dog. Make sure you
                                                      adhere to department policies,
                                                      legal requirements, and objective
                                                      reasonableness standards.
                                                      4. For any contact between the
                                                      teeth of your dog and any person,
                                                      other than intentional contact
                                                      during training or demonstrations:
                                                      a. Notify the K9 Supervisor or a
                                                      patrol supervisor as soon as
                                                      possible.
                                                      b. Identify the person involved.
                                                      c. Look at and photograph the
                                                      affected area (or document any
                                                      refusal by the involved person).
                                                      d. If the skin is broken, advise the
                                                      person to seek medical attention.
                                                      If they are in custody, have them
                                                      examined by medical personnel.
                                                      e. Document the circumstances.
                                                      5. Prepare a report outlining the
                                                      dog's actions in instances where a
                                                      dog has taken a substantive
                                                      action toward the resolution of a
                                                      case (e.g., located a suspect or
                                                      evidence).
                                                      6. Document and maintain
                                                      accurate records of training you
                                                      have done with your dog. Keep
                                                      apprised of current K9 related
                                                      issues pertaining to training,
                                                      litigation, and deployment tactics.
                                                      7. Comply with all other applicable
                                                      K9 Team policies.
Non-           318.2.4                                3. Because canines have senses
apprehension   Because canines have senses far        far superior to those of humans,
Use            superior to those of humans, they      they may often be effectively
               may often be effectively utilized to   utilized to track or search for non-
                                                      criminals (e.g., lost children,
               track or search for non-criminals      individuals who may be
               (e.g., lost children, individuals      disoriented or in need of medical
               who may be disoriented or in           attention) or suspects wanted for
               need of medical attention) or          minor criminal offenses. In such
               suspects wanted for minor              circumstances, it will be
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                criminal offenses. In such             evaluate the conditions and ability
                circumstances, it will be              of the canine to determine the
                necessary for the handler to           feasibility of such an application.
                evaluate the conditions and ability    Absent a change in circumstances
                                                       which presents an immediate
                of the canine to determine the         threat to officers, the canine, or
                feasibility of such an application.    the public, such applications
                                                       should be conducted on leash or
                (a)       Absent a change in           under such conditions that will
                circumstances which presents an        minimize the likelihood that the
                immediate threat to officers, the      canine will bite or otherwise injure
                canine, or the public, such            the individual.
                applications should be conducted
                on leash or under such conditions
                that will minimize the likelihood
                that the canine will bite or
                otherwise injure the individual.

                (b)     When the canine is
                deployed to locate persons who
                are not criminal suspects, the
                handler should consider giving
                periodic verbal assurances that
                the canine will not bite or hurt the
                person.


Consistent w/   (c )     Once the individual has
318.2.          been located, the canine should
                be placed in a down stay or
                otherwise secured as soon as it
                becomes reasonably practical.
Outside Agy     318.3.3                                1,E. Requests for utilization of on-
Requests        The Watch Commander or the             duty K9 Teams by other
                Unit Supervisor must approve all       jurisdictions will be made Via the
                requests for canine assistance         K9 Supervisor or a patrol
                                                       supervisor. Where it is feasible to
                from outside agencies subject to       do so, attempts will be made to
                the provisions below. When             assist in such situations.
                feasible, we will attempt to honor     Procedures to request off-duty K9
                such requests.                         teams are outlined in General
                                                       Order 1201.4 (K9 Team Call-out)
                (a)      Canine teams will not be      1201.4
                used beyond the boundaries of          B Requests from other agencies
                Eugene to perform any                  If an EPD K9 team is not working
                assignment that is not consistent      determine whether Springfield PD
                                                       has an onduty K9 team An onduty
                with this policy.                      Springfield team should be
                                                       contacted before offduty Eugene
                (b)     Upon arrival at the scene,     teams
                the handler has the ultimate
                decision as to whether or not the      2 All outside agency requests for
                canine is to be used for a specific    K9 team assistance will be
                assignment.                            directed to the K9 Supervisor If
                                                       the K9 Supervisor is not available
                                                       use the callout sequence in the
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                                                        contact other K9 Team members
                                                        for evaluation of the agency
                                                        request and response as
                                                        appropriate

                                                        3 When it is feasible to do so
                                                        attempts will be made to assist
                                                        other agencies
Reflects EPD     (c)      Canine teams will not be
Structure        called out while off duty or used
                 outside the boundaries of the City
                 of Eugene unless authorized by
                 the Watch Commander, the Unit
                 Supervisor, or the Special
                 Operations Lieutenant. Special
                 Operations Lieutenant, Unit
                 Supervisor or Watch Commander
                 (Authorization should be sought
                 in that order)

                 (d)      It is the responsibility of
                 the canine handler to coordinate
                 with outside agency personnel in
                 order to minimize the risk of
                 unintended injury.
Reporting Use,   318.2.5                                D,4. For any contact between the       PPB 940 requires after-action report for K9
Bites and        (a)      Whenever the canine is        teeth of your dog and any person,      bites
Injuries         deployed, a Canine Use Report          other than intentional contact
                 will be completed by the handler       during training or demonstrations:     PPB 1010.20 Canine Bites
                                                        a. Notify the K9 Supervisor or a       Complete Force Data Collection Report for all
                 and turned in to the Unit              patrol supervisor as soon as           bites that follow a member’s intentional
                 Supervisor before going off duty.      possible.                              application of a K9 for the purpose of biting.
                                                        b. Identify the person involved.       Report will include justification for application
                 (b)      Whenever the use of the       c. Look at and photograph the          of canine and whether the bite was directed, or
                 canine results in a bite or any        affected area (or document any         not.
                 injury, a Canine Use Report            refusal by the involved person).
                 Form will be completed                 d. If the skin is broken, advise the   Beaverton 9.1
                 documenting the bite and/or injury     person to seek medical attention.      In EVERY situation where the dog bites,
                 and included with any related          If                                     grabs, nibbles, or pinches anyone, the
                                                        They are in custody, have them         following procedure will be adhered to:
                 incident report.                       examined by medical personnel.         1. Ask permission to look at the affected area.
                                                        e. Document the circumstances.         If a camera is available, take a color
                 (c)       If the Unit Supervisor is    5. Prepare a report outlining the      photograph picture of the area, whether or not
                 not immediately available, a patrol    dog's actions in instances where a     there is visible injury. If any injury exists,
                 supervisor will respond to the         dog has taken a substantive            render first aid before photographing.
                 scene of a canine bite. If the         action toward the resolution of a      a. If an adult refuses to allow a dog handler to
                 injury is serious, or there may be     case (e.g., located a suspect or       see the affected bite area, refusal should be
                 an issue as to whether the bite        evidence).                             witnessed by another officer.
                 was an appropriate use of force                                               b. If a juvenile refuses to allow the dog handler
                                                                                               to see the alleged bite area, have another
                 (e.g., the canine bit the wrong                                               officer witness the refusal. In any situation
                 person), the Unit Supervisor will                                             involving a juvenile, make every reasonable
                 be notified. If s/he is not                                                   effort to notify the juvenile's parents of the
                 available, notify the Special                                                 situation and to have them respond for custody
                 Operations Lieutenant.                                                        release and acceptance of responsibility for
                                                                                               treatment.
                 (d)     Photographs will be taken                                             c. In all cases of visible injury, the person
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                  of the bite or injury as soon as                                              2. Written accounts of all dog bites situations
                  practicable after tending to the                                              shall be forwarded by the supervisor to the
                  immediate needs of the injured                                                Chief of Police or his designee.
                  party. Photographs will be
                                                                                                IACP
                  retained as evidence in                                                       1. Whenever a canine has bitten or scratched
                  accordance with current                                                       an individual or has alleged to have done so,
                  department evidence procedures.                                               whether or not in the line of duty, the handler
                  It will be the responsibility of the                                          shall notify a supervisor and perform the
                  Unit Supervisor to ensure that                                                following.
                  such photographs are retained                                                 a. If no arrest is made, an offer will be made to
                  until the potential need for use in                                           the individual to provide medical care and
                  any related civil proceeding has                                              treatment by a qualified medical professional.
                  expired. If a subject alleges an                                              b. If an arrest is made, the individual will be
                                                                                                provided with medical attention in accordance
                  injury that is not visible, a                                                 with agency policy on transporting and booking
                  supervisor will be notified and the                                           prisoners.
                  location of the alleged injury                                                c. The officer shall take color photographs of
                  should be photographed, with the                                              the affected area if possible prior to and
                  photographs retained as                                                       following medical treatment.
                  described above.                                                              d. Prepare and submit a use-of-force report
                                                                                                2. Whenever a canine is deployed or a person
                  (e)       The injured party should                                            is injured, a written report shall be made
                  be transported to an appropriate                                              detailing the circumstances surrounding the
                                                                                                incident, the identity of the individual involved
                  medical facility if the injury                                                and any witnesses, whether the canine located
                  requires medical attention beyond                                             the suspect, the extent of any injuries if known,
                  first aid. If the injured party is in                                         and measures taken in response to the
                  custody an officer should remain                                              incident.
                  with the suspect until treatment                                              3. Each canine team shall maintain a current
                  has been rendered.                                                            "handlers log" that contains information on
                                                                                                training, certification, awards, bite memos,
                  (f)      The Unit Supervisor will                                             recall memos and other information
                  maintain liaison with the Lane                                                designated by the canine supervisor.
                  County Animal Services to ensure
                  that information regarding on-duty
                  canine bites is not retained by its
                  office.
  Reporting K9    2.6
ries              In the event that a canine is
                  injured, medical care will be
                  obtained as outlined in § 318.6.
                  The injury will be immediately
                  reported to the Watch
                  Commander and documented on
                  a Canine Use Report Form.
 Emergencies                                              F.       Emergency situations

                                                          1.         In the event a dog
                                                          handler becomes unable to give
                                                          the dog necessary commands,
                                                          call for the immediate response (in
                                                          the order listed) of:

                                                                   another K9 handler from
                                                          this department
                                                                   a Springfield Police
                                                          Department K9 handler



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                                                                  a member of the
                                                        handler's family or other person
                                                        who has been in close contact
                                                        with the dog

                                                        2.       If possible, an attempt
                                                        may be made to encourage the
                                                        dog to get into the K9 car (or
                                                        another patrol car) while trying to
                                                        contact the above.

                                                        3.        If none of the above are
                                                        available, police or animal control
                                                        personnel will attempt to confine
                                                        the dog using standard animal
                                                        control procedures and
                                                        equipment.
Assignment of      2.7                                  1.        Supervisors will attempt
K9                 The canine teams will be             to assign K9 teams to minimize
                   assigned to the Patrol Division to   response time to incidents (e.g.,
                   supplement and assist Patrol.        wild, east, west), unless
                                                        circumstances dictate another
                                                        assignment would use the dog to
                   Canine teams should function         better advantage.
                   primarily as cover units however;
                   they may be assigned by the
                   Watch Commander to other
                   functions based on the needs of
                   the watch at the time.

                   Canine teams should not be
                   assigned to handle matters that
                   will take them out of service for
                   extended periods of time unless
                   absolutely necessary and only
                   with the approval of the Watch
                   Commander.
Interaction with   (a)      Employees should get the    e.        When interacting with
other personnel    handler’s permission before          police service dogs, check with
                   interacting with a police canine.    the handler. In general, do not
                   Employees should not tease or        tease, harass, or engage in
                                                        activity which the dog may
                   harass the canine, or engage in      construe as hostile. Do not give
                   activity which the canine may        commands to a dog without
                   construe as hostile.                 approval of the handler, except in
                                                        an emergency
                   (b)     Employees should not
                   give commands to a police canine
                   without permission of the handler,
                   except in an emergency.

                   (c)      In the event a canine
                   handler becomes unable to give
                   his/her canine necessary
                   commands, call for an immediate
                   response (in the order listed) of:
                   •        another EPD canine



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                   handler
                   •        a canine handler from
                   another agency
                   •        a member of the
                   handler’s family or other person
                   who has been in close contact
                   with the canine

                   (d)      In an emergency
                   situation, an attempt may be
                   made to encourage the dog to get
                   into the canine vehicle (or another
                   police vehicle) pending the arrival
                   of one of the individuals listed
                   above. If no other reasonable
                   options are available, officers or
                   animal control personnel will
                   attempt to confine the canine
                   using standard animal control
                   procedures and equipment.
Requests for       318.3                                 1201-3,II,A
use of K9          Personnel within the Department       Supervisors will consider the
                   are encouraged to freely solicit      evaluation of the handler in
                   the use of the canines. Requests      making a determination whether
                                                         and how to utilize the dog/handler
                   for a canine team from outside of     team. The handler shall have the
                   Patrol will go through the Unit       authority not to deploy the dog,
                   Supervisor or the Watch               unless ordered to do so by the K-9
                   Commander.                            Supervisor or Special Operations
                                                         Captain or designee. Generally
                                                         the decision to deploy the dog
                                                         shall remain with the handler;
                                                         however, a supervisor sufficiently
                                                         apprised of the situation may
                                                         decide not to deploy the dog
Utilization        318.3.1                               1201-3,II,B
                            On-duty canine teams         1.        Supervisors will attempt
                   should be dispatched to assist        to assign K9 teams to minimize
                   officers on calls where they could    response time to incidents (e.g.,
                                                         wild, east, west), unless
                   help locate an individual (e.g.,      circumstances dictate another
                   intrusion alarms, foot or vehicle     assignment would use the dog to
                   pursuits, or crimes in progress or    better advantage.
                   crimes from which suspects have
                   recently fled on foot). Canine
                   teams may respond if not
                   dispatched if their response does
                   not take them from other
                   necessary duties.

                   (b)     If a canine team is to be
                   used, officers on the scene
                   should:
                   •       not conduct a search, but
                   set up a perimeter for
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                   •        avoid or minimize
                   contamination of the scene
                   •        be prepared to provide
                   the responding canine handler(s)
                   with relevant information (e.g.,
                   suspect description, nature of
                   crime, suspect’s last known
                   location, where officers or other
                   non-suspects have been)

                   (c)      Cover officer(s) should
                   generally stay several yards
                   behind the handler, scan the
                   areas to the sides and adjacent to
                   the canine team, and avoid
                   backlighting the handler. Since
                   searches vary significantly, the
                   handler’s instructions should be
                   followed
Call-out of off-   318.3.2                               1201.4
duty K9            )        In determining whether to    Callout procedure for Eugene PD
                   call out an off-duty canine team,     Evaluation of the request a
                   consider the seriousness of the       Consider the seriousness of the
                                                         incident and the likely
                   offense and the likelihood that the   effectiveness of the dog. For
                   canine would be effective, given      example a lengthy search on a hot
                   the conditions and response time      sunny afternoon will quickly
                   of the team. Factors to consider      diminish a dogs scenting ability
                   include the weather and other         and usefulness
                   environmental conditions, the         Examples of incidents that would
                   likelihood that the suspect is        normally warrant a K9 call out
                   contained in an area or can           Include a burglary with a
                   successfully be tracked, and the      probability that the suspect is still
                                                         at the scene or close by an
                   size of the area/building to be       offender who has fled to an area
                   searched. If needed, the Unit         that is either contained or is
                   Supervisor can assist in this         conducive to tracking a search for
                   evaluation.                           a suspect in a large wooded area
                                                         or large warehouse where use of
                   (b)    Request an on-duty team        a dog may reduce risk to officers
                   from another agency (e.g., SPD,       and the public the time required
                   LCSO) before calling out an off-      for a search or the number of
                   duty EPD team.                        officers necessary
                                                         b. Call Springfield PD for an
                                                         onduty K9 team before calling out
                   (c)      Call-out should be done      an off duty EPD K9 team
                   through the Unit Supervisor. If       c. Contact the K9 Supervisor if
                   s/he cannot be reached, use the       the situation is not clear
                   call-out sequence in the              2. If the K9 Supervisor cannot be
                   computerized call-out file.           reached use the call out sequence
                                                         in the computerized callout file
                   (d)      In all cases, the canine     3. In rare cases more than one K9
                   handler has the authority, based      team may be needed Consider
                                                         the terrain weather conditions size
                   on his/her assessment of the          of area requiring a search number
                   situation and the present             of suspects and tactical issues
                   capabilities of his/her canine, to    4. In all cases the dog handler has
                   decide whether to respond or not,


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                  unless directed to respond by       the authority based on the
                  his/her supervisor. If a handler    condition of the dog and an
                  declines to respond, the next       assessment of the situation to
                  handler in the call-out sequence    decide whether to respond
                                                      or not If a handler declines to
                  can then be called.                 respond the next handler in the
                                                      callout sequence may then be
                                                      called
Public            318.3.4                             1201-3,G                            Beaverton PD 9.1
Demonstrations    All public requests for a canine    Requests from the public for        To avoid misunderstanding and in furtherance
                  team will be approved by the Unit   police service dog demonstrations   of good public relations, the following rules will
                  Supervisor prior to making any      will be directed to the K9          be generally adhered to by the dog handlers:
                                                      Supervisor                          A. Canine training work will not be
                  commitment.                                                             photographed, video taped, or publicly
                                                                                          exhibited without first obtaining approval from
                  Handlers will not demonstrate any                                       the Chief of police.
                  apprehension work to the public                                         B. All public relations demonstrations must
                  unless authorized to do so by the                                       have prior approval by the unit coordinator.
                  Unit Supervisor.                                                        C. Public relations demonstrations are to be
                                                                                          prepared in a manner that will assure a
                                                                                          professional presentation to the audience and
                                                                                          shall not include “apprehension” work unless
                                                                                          approved by the unit coordinator.
                                                                                          D. Apparel worn by the dog handler shall be
                                                                                          the assigned canine uniform, neat and clean in
                                                                                          appearance.
K9 Handler        318.4                                                                   Beaverton PD 9.1
Selection         The following are the minimum                                           In selecting superior dog handlers, candidates
                  qualifications for the assignment                                       must meet the selection criteria set forth in the
                  of canine handler:                                                      job description. In addition, the following will be
                                                                                          considered:
                                                                                          A. Interest in the canine field;
                  (a)      Eugene Police                                                  B. Knowledge of or a willingness to become
                  Department officer (currently off                                       familiar with canine work and procedures;
                  probation)                                                              C. Temperament and suitability for dog
                  (b)      Reside in an adequately                                        handler duties;
                  fenced, single-family residence                                         D. Have a reputation of excellent initiative and
                  (minimum five-foot high fence                                           judgment;
                  with locking gates)                                                     E. Ability to perform duties in stressful
                  (c)      Have a garage which can                                        situations with limited supervision;
                                                                                          F. Good physical condition;
                  be secured and accommodate a                                            G. Willing to work as part of a team.
                  canine vehicle
                  (d)      Live within 30 minutes                                         IACP
                  travel time from the Eugene City                                        B. Team Qualifications and Training
                  limits                                                                  1. Applicants for police canine teams must
                  (e)      Agree to be assigned to                                        have:
                  the position for a minimum of                                           a. at least three years of uniform patrol
                  three years                                                             experience with satisfactory work
                                                                                          performance, disciplinary, and medical leave
                                                                                          records;
                                                                                          b. a willingness to remain with the unit for an
                                                                                          extended period of time as prescribed by this
                                                                                          agency;
                                                                                          c. a willingness (together with other family
                                                                                          members) to care for and house the canine at
                                                                                          the officer's residence with a secure outdoor
                                                                                          area for the canine that conforms with
                                                                                          departmental requirements;
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                                                                                                  willingness to care for and train the animal;
                                                                                                  and .
                                                                                                  e. the ability to pass designated physical
                                                                                                  fitness and agility tests related to the tasks of
                                                                                                  canine handling.
Handler             318.5.1                               2.       Keep your dog with you
Responsibilities:   The handler will be available for     while on duty, unless:
Availability        callout under conditions specified
                    by the Unit Supervisor. The           a.        Attending training, court,
                                                          or other work situations not
                    handler will have the canine with     related to the dog (although the
                    him/her while on duty unless          dog may accompany the handler if
                    performing an assignment where        circumstances allow, when full
                    the dog will not be used (e.g.,       uniform and equipment are
                    court appearance, training ), the     available in K9 car).
                    dog is too ill for duty, or as
                    otherwise authorized by the Unit      b.       The dog is too ill for duty.
                    Supervisor.
                                                          c.      Otherwise authorized by
                                                          the K9 Supervisor.

                                                           3.        Evaluate requests for
                                                          use of the dog and make
                                                          considered decisions regarding
                                                          deployment of your dog. Make
                                                          sure you adhere to department
                                                          policies, legal requirements, and
                                                          objective reasonableness
                                                          standards.

                                                          7.       Comply with all other
                                                          applicable K 9 Team policies.
Handler             318.5.2                               1.       Keep your dog properly         Tucson PD
Responsibilities:   The handler will ultimately be        maintained and fit for service          SDU handlers are responsible for the care of
Care for K9 and     responsible for the health and                                                their canine partners, to include feeding,
Equipment           welfare of the canine and will                                                grooming, veterinary care, and control of their
                                                                                                  home environment. They are also responsible
                    ensure that the canine receives                                               for the maintenance of any required
                    proper nutrition, grooming,                                                   equipment, to include an electronic collar,
                    training, medical care, affection ,                                           harness, muzzle, and leash
                    and living conditions. The handler
                    will be responsible for the                                                   IACP
                    following:                                                                    2. Officers shall maintain their canine both on
                                                                                                  and off duty in a safe and controlled manner.
                    (a)      Unless required by a                                                 Police canines shall never be allowed to run
                    particular application, the handler                                           loose unless engaged in agency-authorized
                                                                                                  training or exercise.
                    will not expose the canine to any                                             3. This agency shall provide canine officers
                    foreseeable and unreasonable                                                  with proper housing for their dog and will
                    risk of harm.                                                                 conduct periodic inspections to ensure that the
                    (b)      The handler will maintain                                            housing is properly maintained.
                    all department equipment under                                                4. Canine handlers are personally responsible
                    his/her control in a clean and                                                for the daily care and feeding of their animal to
                    serviceable condition and when                                                include a. maintenance and cleaning of the
                    not on duty will maintain the                                                 kennel and yard area where the canine is
                    canine vehicle in a garage,                                                   housed;
                                                                                                  b. provision of food, water, and general diet
                    secured from public view.                                                     maintenance as prescribed by the
                    (c)      When a handler takes a                                               department's authorized veterinarian;
                    vacation or extended number of                                                c. grooming on a daily basis or more often as


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                    days off, the canine vehicle will be                   required by weather, working conditions, or
                    maintained at the Police facility.                     other factors;
                    (d)       A handler will permit the                    d. daily exercise; and
                    Unit Supervisor to conduct                             e. general medical attention and maintenance
                                                                           of health care records.
                    spontaneous on-site inspections                        5. Canine handlers shall immediately notify the
                    of affected areas of his/her                           canine supervisor of any changes that would
                    residence as well as the canine                        affect the case and housing conditions of their
                    vehicle, to verify that conditions                     dog.
                    and equipment conform to this                          6. Where the handler is unable to perform
                    policy.                                                these and related duties due to illness, injury,
                    (e)       Any changes in the living                    or leave
                    status of the handler which may                        a. another canine handler may be assigned to
                    affect the lodging or environment                      temporarily care for the dog; or
                                                                           b. the canine may be housed in a
                    of the canine will be reported to                      departmentally approved kennel.
                    the Unit Supervisor as soon as                         7. Teasing, agitating, or roughhousing with a
                    possible.                                              police canine is strictly prohibited unless
                    (f)       When off duty, canines                       performed as part of a training exercise.
                    will be maintained at the homes of                     8. Handlers shall not permit anyone to pet or
                    their handlers. When a canine is                       hug their canine without their prior permission
                    kenneled at the handler’s home,                        and immediate supervision. Should a civilian
                    the gate will be secured with a                        express a desire to do so, he or she should be
                    lock. When off duty, canines may                       informed that police canines are serious
                                                                           working dogs and that they can be dangerous
                    be let out of their kennels while                      if improperly approached.
                    under the direct control of their
                    handlers.
                    (g)       The canine should be
                    permitted to socialize in the home
                    with the handler’s family under
                    the direct supervision of the
                    handler.
                    (h)       Under no circumstances
                    will the canine be lodged at
                    another location unless approved
                    by the Unit Supervisor or Watch
                    Commander.
                    (i)       When off duty, handlers
                    will not involve their canines in
                    any activity or conduct unless
                    approved in advance by the Unit
                    Supervisor or Watch Commander.
                    (j)       Whenever a canine
                    handler anticipates taking a
                    vacation or an extended number
                    of days off, it may be necessary
                    to temporarily relocate the canine.
                    In those situations, the handler
                    will give reasonable notice to the
                    Unit Supervisor so that
                    appropriate arrangements can be
                    made.
Handler             318.5.3
Responsibilities:   All canines will be kept on a
K9 in Public        leash when in areas that allow
Areas               access to the public. Exceptions


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                    would include specific police
                    operations for which the canines
                    are trained.

                    (a)     Canines will not be left
                    unattended in any area to which
                    the public may have access.

                    (b)       When the canine vehicle
                    is left unattended, all windows
                    and doors will be secured in such
                    a manner as to prevent
                    unauthorized access to the dog.
                    The handler will also insure that
                    the unattended vehicle remains
                    inhabitable for the canine.

Handler             318.5.4
Responsibilities:   The canine handler will be
Compensation        compensated for time spent in the
                    care, feeding, grooming, and
                    caring for other needs of the dog
                    as provided in the EPEA contract.

Medical Care        318.6                                                 Tucson PD
for K9 –            All medical attention will be                         SDU handlers are responsible for the care of
Generally           rendered by the designated                            their canine partners, to include feeding,
                    canine veterinarian, except during                    grooming, veterinary care, and control of their
                                                                          home environment. They are also responsible
                    an emergency as provided in §                         for the maintenance of any required
                    318.6.2. If the handler and dog                       equipment, to include an electronic collar,
                    are out of the area, the handler                      harness, muzzle, and leash.
                    may use the nearest available
                    veterinarian. All records of
                    medical treatment will be
                    maintained in the canine’s file
Medical Care        318.6.1
for K9 – Non        Non-emergency medical care will
Emergency           be coordinated through the Unit
                    Supervisor.

                    Any indication that a canine is not
                    in good physical condition will be
                    reported to the Unit Supervisor or
                    the Watch Commander as soon
                    as practical.
Medical Care        318.6.2
for K9 –            The designated emergency
Emergency           medical treatment center or
                    canine veterinarian will render
                    emergency medical treatment.
                    The handler will notify the Unit
                    Supervisor as soon as practicable
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                  required
Training –        318.7                                  4. K9 handlers are expected to       Tucson PD
Generally         Before assignment in the field,        conduct on-duty training exercises   Personnel assigned as part of an active-duty
                  each canine handler must have          as call load permits. When doing     handler-dog team are required to meet the
                  completed at least 360 hours of        so, they must attempt to remain      criteria as outlined by the National Police
                                                         available for calls, and advise      Canine Association (NPCA) for Patrol,
                  training in the care and use of the    dispatch if the training would       Explosive, or Narcotic Certification. Each team
                  law enforcement animal, or must        preclude their immediate             will certify with the NPCA annually
                  have passed the demonstration of       response to a call.
                  minimum standards established
                  by the Oregon Police Canine
                  Association (OCPA) or other
                  accredited and recognized animal
                  handling organization (ORS
                  167.310). Cross-trained dog
                  teams or those dog teams trained
                  exclusively for the detection of
                  drugs and/or explosives will be
                  trained and certified to meet the
                  standards established for such
                  detection dogs.
Training –        318.7.1
Continued         Each canine team will thereafter
                  be recertified to current OPCA
                  standards (as applicable), or the
                  standards of another accredited
                  and recognized animal handling
                  organization, on an annual basis.
                  Additional training considerations
                  are as follows:

                  (a)      Canine teams will receive
                  training as defined in the current
                  contract with the Department’s
                  canine training provider.
                  (b)      Canine handlers are
                  encouraged to engage in
                  additional training with approval
                  of the Unit Supervisor .
                  (c)      To ensure that all training
                  is consistent, no handler, trainer,
                  or outside vendor is authorized to
                  train any EPD dog or handler to a
                  standard that is contrary to the
                  policies of the Eugene Police
                  Department.
                  (d)      All canine training will be
                  conducted while on duty unless
                  otherwise approved by the Unit
                  Supervisor or Watch Commander.
                  Canine teams are expected to
                  conduct on-duty training
                  exercises a call load permits.
                  When doing so, they must
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                   calls, and must advise dispatch if
                   the training would preclude their
                   immediate response to a call.

Failure to meet    318.7.2
Standards          Any dog team failing the OPCA
                   canine certification standards or
                   other accredited or recognized
                   animal handling organization
                   standards (as applicable) will not
                   be deployed in the field until
                   certification is achieved. When
                   practical, pending successful
                   certification, the canine handler
                   will be temporarily reassigned to
                   regular patrol duties.

Records            318.7.3                                6.         Document and maintain
                   All canine training records will be    accurate records of training you
                   maintained in the canine               have done with your dog. Keep
                   handler’s training file.               apprised of current K9 related
                                                          issues pertaining to training,
                                                          litigation, and deployment tactics
Unit Supervisor    318.8                                  1201-3,C
Responsibilities   The Unit Supervisor will be            1.         Administer the Police
                   appointed by staff and will            Service Dog Program: supervise
                   supervise the Canine Program.          K9 handlers, oversee the K9
                                                          budget, and manage the
                   The Unit Supervisor is directly        procurement of needed equipment
                   responsible to the Special             and services for the K9 Team.
                   Operations Lieutenant. The Unit
                   Supervisor’s responsibilities          2.       Maintain liaison with
                   include, but are not limited to, the   administrative staff, patrol
                   following:                             supervisors, other agency police
                                                          service dog supervisors, and the
                   (a)      Review all Canine Use         vendor kennel.
                   Reports to ensure completeness
                                                          3.      Investigate allegations of
                   and accuracy of the reports and        improper handling or use of dogs.
                   compliance with policy.
                   (b)      Identify training issues        4.     Recommend policy and
                   and other needs of the canine          set performance standards for
                   team or the program.                   members of the K9 Team.
                   (c)      Ensure the canine teams
                   are scheduled for continuous           5.      Ensure the K9 Teams
                   training to maximize the               are scheduled for regular training
                   capabilities of the teams, and         to maximize the capabilities of the
                                                          teams.
                   ensure proper documentation of
                   all canine training.                   6.       Approve or disapprove
                   (d)      Recommend policy and          all requests from the public
                   set performance standards for          regarding police service dog
                   canine teams.                          demonstrations or K9 related
                   (e)      Maintain liaison with the     public presentations.
                   vendor kennel.
                   (f)      Maintain liaison with         7.       Function as a K9
                   administrative staff and functional    handler: train, deploy, and
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                 supervisors.                           duty. Utilize the dog on calls as
                 (g)      Maintain liaison with other   appropriate.
                 agency canine coordinators.
                 (h)      Maintain accurate records
                 to document canine activities.
                 (i)      Recommend and oversee
                 the procurement of needed
                 equipment and services for the
                 unit.
                 (j)      Schedule all canine
                 related activities
Disposition of   318.9                                  1201-3,1,H                                IACP
K9               (a)      If a handler leaves his/her   1. If a handler leaves his/her K9         9. A canine handler may apply to take
                 canine handler assignment and          assignment and the police service         possession of his dog where
                 the police service dog is fit for      dog is fit for further service, it will   a. the dog is retired from duty or relieved due
                                                        be assigned to another handler.           to injury; or
                 further service, it will be assigned                                             c. the handler is transferred or promoted or
                 to another handler.                    2.        If a police service dog         retires and a decision is made not to retrain
                                                        becomes unfit for further service         the dog for another handler.
                 (b)      If a police service dog       due to age, injury, or other factors
                 becomes unfit for further service      and must be retired from service,
                 due to age, injury, or other factors   the City will normally allow the
                 and must be retired from service,      current handler the option to keep
                 the City will normally allow the       the retired dog, in accordance with
                 current handler the option to keep     established policies.
                 the retired dog, in accordance
                 with established policies.
Building                                                                                          IACP
Searches                                                                                          D. Building Searches for Suspects in Hiding
                                                                                                  A primary use of departmental canines is for
                                                                                                  locating suspects in buildings or related
                                                                                                  structures.
                                                                                                  These searches should be governed by the
                                                                                                  following.
                                                                                                  1. The building perimeter shall be secured by
                                                                                                  police personnel.
                                                                                                  2. Whenever possible, the building's owner
                                                                                                  should be contacted to determine whether
                                                                                                  there may be tenants or others in the building
                                                                                                  and to ascertain the building's layout.
                                                                                                  4. When a canine building search is
                                                                                                  anticipated, a preliminary search by officers
                                                                                                  should not be conducted as this will interfere
                                                                                                  with the canine's ability to discriminate scents.
                                                                                                  5. The on-scene supervisor shall also take the
                                                                                                  following steps in preparation for the canine
                                                                                                  search.
                                                                                                  a. Evacuate all tenants, workers, or others
                                                                                                  from the facility.
                                                                                                  b. Request that all air conditioning, heating, or
                                                                                                  other air-blowing systems be shut off so as not
                                                                                                  to interfere with the canine's scent.
                                                                                                  6. Upon entrance to the building, all exits
                                                                                                  should be secured and communications limited
                                                                                                  to that of a tactical nature.
                                                                                                  7. The canine may be unleashed during a
                                                                                                  building search unless there is an imminent
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                                                           facility.
                                                           a. Generally, the canine should be released
                                                           once a backup officer is available to work with
                                                           the canine team.
                                                           b. Except in exigent circumstances or where
                                                           there is an imminent danger of death or
                                                           serious injury, the canine should be kept in
                                                           visual contact by the canine handler.
                                                           S. The canine should not be used to search
                                                           facilities that contain substances potentially
                                                           harmful to the animal unless overriding risk to
                                                           human life is present.
                                                           9. Before commencing the search, the handler
                                                           or other appropriate personnel shall make an
                                                           amplified and recorded announcement and
                                                           repeat the statement. The announcement shall
                                                           say that there are police officers on the
                                                           premises and that a trained police canine will
                                                           be released and may bite you if you do not
                                                           surrender.
                                                           a. A reasonable amount of time shall be
                                                           allowed for the suspect to respond. This
                                                           warning shall be repeated on each level of all
                                                           multilevel structures.
                                                           b. Where there is a reasonable belief that the
                                                           suspect speaks a language other than
                                                           English, an officer or other individual fluent in
                                                           that language should be summoned to the
                                                           scene if available and the exigency of the
                                                           situation permits.
                                                           10.When apprehending suspects, the canine
                                                           shall be commanded to disengage as soon as
                                                           the suspect is subdued or readily complies
                                                           with officer direction.
                                                           11.Arrestees shall not be transported in the
                                                           same vehicle with a police canine unless
                                                           alternative transportation is not available and
                                                           immediate transport is essential for safety or
                                                           security reasons.
Crowd Control                                              IACP
                                                           E. Crowd Control
                                                           1. Canine teams may respond as backup but
                                                           may not deploy the dog for crowd control at
                                                           peaceful demonstrations.
                                                           2. Canine teams may be used upon approval
                                                           of the agency CEO or designee to protect life
                                                           or property during a riot or other major
                                                           unlawful assembly after an order to disperse
                                                           has been made. In these situations, canines
                                                           shall a. be short-leashed at all times to protect
                                                           individuals
                                                           from serious injury, and b. not initiate any
                                                           offensive action, unless to guard against
                                                           imminent loss of life, serious
                                                           bodily injury, or substantial property damage
Tracking                                                   IACP
                                                           G. Tracking
                                                           Where trained police canines are available for
                                                           tracking, they may be used with supervisory
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                                                        suspects or to locate evidence that the
                                                        supervisor has reason to believe has been
                                                        abandoned or hidden in a specified open area.
                                                        Such searches are subject to the following
                                                        conditions and limitations:
                                                        1. When officers are pursuing suspects and
                                                        contact with the suspect is lost, the officer,
                                                        prior to summoning a canine team, shall a.
                                                        stop and pinpoint the location where the
                                                        suspect was last seen;
                                                        b. shut off engines of vehicles in the area if
                                                        possible; and
                                                        c. avoid vehicle or foot movements in the area
                                                        where the suspect or subject was last seen.
                                                        2. Canines used for tracking persons should
                                                        remain on a leash of sufficient length to
                                                        provide a reasonable measure of safety to the
                                                        subject of the search without compromising
                                                        the canine's tracking abilities.
                                                        3. On-scene supervisory personnel shall
                                                        a. secure the perimeter of the area to be
                                                        searched;
                                                        b. secure the integrity of the area to be
                                                        searched by keeping all personnel out of
                                                        the area; and
                                                        c. protect all items of clothing that will be used
                                                        for scent from being handled.




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    318                             Eugene
   EFFECTIVE
     DRAFT
                               Police Department
     020112

                                        PSRC DRAFT POLICY


Canine Program
318.1          PURPOSE AND SCOPE
The Canine Program was established to augment police services to the community. Highly
skilled and trained teams of handlers and canines are used to supplement police operations
and to expand officer’s effectiveness in locating individuals, contraband, and apprehending
criminal offenders.

A canine’s greatest value lies in the deterrent effect of their presence. The deployment of a
canine to apprehend a criminal suspect constitutes a use of force and, therefore, must be
consistent with EPD’s principles of escalation and de-escalation of force.

The Canine Program is in the Special Operations Section of the East Operations Division.

318.2          GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF CANINES
A canine may be used to locate and apprehend a suspect if the canine handler reasonably
believes, based upon the totality of the circumstances that the individual has either committed
or threatened to commit any serious offense and if any of the following conditions exists:

(a)     There is a reasonable belief the individual poses an imminent threat of violence or
serious harm to the public, any officer, or the handler.
(b)     The individual is physically resisting or threatening to resist arrest and the use of a
canine reasonably appears to be necessary to overcome such resistance.
(c)     The individual is believed to be concealed in an area where entry by other than the
canine would pose a threat to the safety of officers or the public.

Once the individual has been located, the canine should be secured as soon as it becomes
reasonably practical.

It is recognized that situations may arise that do not fall within the provisions set forth in this
policy. In any such case, the handler will use a standard of objective reasonableness to
determine whether or not to use the canine, and the handler’s decision will be reviewed by that
same standard.

Absent a reasonable belief that an individual has committed or threatened to commit a serious
offense, mere flight from pursuing officer(s) will not serve as good cause for the use of a
canine to apprehend the individual.

Canines will not be used for crowd management or control
        318.2.1          PREPARATION FOR UTILIZING A CANINE
Prior to the use of a canine to search for or apprehend any individual, the canine handler
and/or the supervisor on scene will carefully consider all pertinent information that is
reasonably available at the time. The information should include, but is not limited to, the
following:

(a)      The individual’s age or estimate thereof
(b)      The nature of the suspected offense
(c)      Any potential danger to the public and/or other officers at the scene if the canine is
released
(d)      The degree of resistance or threatened resistance, if any, the subject has shown
(e)      The potential for escape or flight if the police dog is not utilized
(f)      The potential for injury to officers or the public caused by the suspect if the canine is
not utilized

As circumstances permit, the canine handler should make every reasonable effort to
communicate and coordinate with other involved personnel to minimize the risk of unintended
injury. Unless otherwise directed by a supervisor, assisting personnel should take direction
from the handler in order to minimize interference with the canine.

A canine handler will have the ultimate authority not to deploy the dog. The handler will
evaluate each situation and determine if the use of a canine is technically feasible. Generally,
the decision to deploy the dog will remain with the handler; however, a supervisor sufficiently
apprised of the situation may decide not to deploy the dog.

        318.2.2          WARNINGS GIVEN TO ANNOUNCE THE USE OF A CANINE
Unless it would otherwise increase the risk of injury or escape, a clearly audible warning to
announce that a canine will be released if the person does not come forth will be made prior to
releasing a canine. The canine handler, when practical, will first advise the supervisor of
his/her decision if a verbal warning is not given prior to releasing the canine. In the event of an
apprehension, the handler will document in any related report whether or not a verbal warning
was given and, if none was given, the reason(s) why.

        318.2.3          USE OF DRUG-DETECTION CANINES
A drug-detection-trained canine may be used in accordance with current law under the
following circumstances:

(a)    To assist in the search for controlled substances during a search warrant service
(b)    To obtain a search warrant by using the detection canine in support of probable cause
(c)    To search vehicles, buildings, bags, and any other articles deemed necessary
(d)    Drug Detection Dogs from other agencies will be governed by that agencies policies
and practices.

A drug-detection canine will not be used to search a person for controlled substances.

        318.2.4          GUIDELINES FOR NON-APPREHENSION USE
Because canines have senses far superior to those of humans, they may often be effectively
utilized to track or search for non-criminals (e.g., lost children, individuals who may be

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disoriented or in need of medical attention) or suspects wanted for minor criminal offenses. In
such circumstances, it will be necessary for the handler to evaluate the conditions and ability
of the canine to determine the feasibility of such an application.

(a)     Absent a change in circumstances which presents an immediate threat to officers, the
canine, or the public, such applications should be conducted on leash or under such
conditions that will minimize the likelihood that the canine will bite or otherwise injure the
individual.

(b)    When the canine is deployed to locate persons who are not criminal suspects, the
handler should consider giving periodic verbal assurances that the canine will not bite or hurt
the person.

(c)  Once the individual has been located, the canine should be secured as soon as it
becomes reasonably practical.

        318.2.5          REPORTING CANINE USE, BITES, AND INJURIES
(a)    Whenever the canine is deployed, and the there is no result (capture, bite, etc) the
handler will ensure that an entry is made into CAD at the time they clear from the call.

(b)     Except during training, whenever the use of the canine results in a capture, arrest bite
or any injury, a Canine Use Report Form will be completed documenting the bite and/or injury
and included with any related incident report.

(c)     Whenever the deployment results in a bite or injury, the Unit Supervisor will be notified
and will respond to the scene. If the Unit Supervisor is not immediately available, a patrol
supervisor will respond to the scene of a canine bite. If the injury is serious, or there may be
an issue as to whether the bite was an appropriate use of force (e.g., the canine bit the wrong
person), the Unit Supervisor will be notified. If s/he is not available, notify the Special
Operations Lieutenant.

(d)     Photographs will be taken of the bite or injury as soon as practicable after tending to
the immediate needs of the injured party. . If the injuries are located in a sensitive area, the
individuals privacy and dignity will be maintained by photographing injuries at the hospital, if
transported. If the person is not transported to the hospital, a suitable, and reasonable,
location will be found where the photographs may be taken (for example inside an ambulance,
or inside a residence/business).

(e)     Photographs will be submitted and retained as evidence in accordance with current
department evidence procedures. It will be the responsibility of the Unit Supervisor to advise
the Forensics Evidence Unit that the Supervisor must authorize disposition of the photographs.
The Canine Program Supervisor will ensure that such photographs are retained until the
potential need for use in any related civil proceeding has expired. If a subject alleges an injury
that is not visible, a supervisor will be notified and the location of the alleged injury should be
photographed, with the photographs retained as described above.

(f)    The injured party should be transported to an appropriate medical facility if the injury
requires medical attention beyond first aid. If the injured party is in custody an officer should
remain with the suspect until treatment has been rendered.


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g)      The Unit Supervisor will maintain liaison with the Lane County Animal Services (LCAS)
so that City and County Code requirements are followed and they are advised that
documentation is being handled by EPD. This also ensures there is not a duplication of effort
regarding the bite. .

        318.2.6          REPORTING CANINE INJURIES
In the event that a canine is injured, medical care will be obtained as outlined in § 318.6. The
injury will be immediately reported to the Canine Unit Supervisor who will, in turn, notifify the
Special Operations Lieutenant. The injury will be documented in an administrative memo

        318.2.7          ASSIGNMENT OF CANINES
The canine teams will be assigned to the Special Operations Section to supplement and assist
Patrol.

Canine teams should function primarily as cover units however; they may be assigned by the
Watch Commander to other functions based on the needs of the watch at the time.

Canine teams should not be assigned to handle matters that will take them out of service for
extended periods of time unless absolutely necessary and only with the approval of the Watch
Commander.

        318.2.8          INTERACTION WITH CANINES BY OTHER PERSONNEL
(a)    Employees should get the handler’s permission before interacting with a police canine.
Employees should not tease or harass the canine, or engage in activity which the canine may
construe as hostile.

(b)    Employees should not give commands to a police canine without permission of the
handler, except in an emergency.

(c)   In the event a canine handler becomes unable to give his/her canine necessary
commands, call for an immediate response (in the order listed) of:
     another EPD canine handler
     a canine handler from another agency
     a member of the handler’s family or other person who has been in close contact with
      the canine

(d)    In an emergency situation, an attempt may be made to encourage the dog to get into
the canine vehicle (or another police vehicle) pending the arrival of one of the individuals listed
above. If no other reasonable options are available, officers or animal control personnel will
attempt to confine the canine using standard animal control procedures and equipment.

318.3            REQUEST FOR USE OF CANINE TEAMS
Personnel within the Department are encouraged to freely solicit the use of the canines.
Requests for a canine team from outside of Patrol will go through the Unit Supervisor or the
Watch Commander.

        318.3.1          UTILIZATION
(a)     On-duty canine teams should be dispatched to assist officers on calls where they could
help locate an individual (e.g., intrusion alarms, foot or vehicle pursuits, or crimes in progress
Policy 318 – Canine Program (draft 033010)                                                  Page 4
or crimes from which suspects have recently fled on foot). Canine teams may respond if not
dispatched if their response does not take them from other necessary duties.

(b)       If a canine team is to be used, officers on the scene should:
         not conduct a search, but set up a perimeter for containment
         avoid or minimize contamination of the scene
         be prepared to provide the responding canine handler(s) with relevant information
          (e.g., suspect description, nature of crime, suspect’s last known location, where officers
          or other non-suspects have been)

(c)     Cover officer(s) should generally stay several yards behind the handler, scan the areas
to the sides and adjacent to the canine team, and avoid backlighting the handler. Since
searches vary significantly, the handler’s instructions should be followed.

          318.3.2         CALL-OUT OF OFF-DUTY CANINE TEAMS
(a)     In determining whether to call out an off-duty canine team, consider the seriousness of
the offense and the likelihood that the canine would be effective, given the conditions and
response time of the team. Factors to consider include the weather and other environmental
conditions, the likelihood that the suspect is contained in an area or can successfully be
tracked, and the size of the area/building to be searched. If needed, the Unit Supervisor can
assist in this evaluation.

(b)     Request an on-duty team from another agency (e.g., SPD, LCSO) before calling out an
off-duty EPD team.

(c)     Call-out should be done through the Unit Supervisor. If s/he cannot be reached, use
the call-out sequence in the computerized call-out file.

(d)     In all cases, the canine handler has the authority, based on his/her assessment of the
situation and the present capabilities of his/her canine, to decide whether to respond or not,
unless directed to respond by his/her supervisor. If a handler declines to respond, the next
handler in the call-out sequence can then be called.

          318.3.3        REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE FROM OTHER AGENCIES
The Watch Commander or the Unit Supervisor must approve all requests for canine
assistance from outside agencies subject to the provisions below. When feasible, we will
attempt to honor such requests.

(a)   Canine teams will not be used beyond the boundaries of Eugene to perform any
assignment that is not consistent with this policy.

(b)    Upon arrival at the scene, the handler has the ultimate decision as to whether or not
the canine is to be used for a specific assignment.

(c)     Canine teams will not be called out while off duty or used outside the boundaries of the
City of Eugene unless authorized by the Special Operations Lieutenant, Unit Supervisor or
Watch Commander. (Authorization should be sought in that order)




Policy 318 – Canine Program (draft 033010)                                                   Page 5
(d)   It is the responsibility of the canine handler to coordinate with outside agency
personnel in order to minimize the risk of unintended injury.

        318.3.4          REQUEST FOR PUBLIC DEMONSTRATIONS
All public requests for a canine team will be approved by the Unit Supervisor prior to making
any commitment.


318.4            SELECTION OF CANINE HANDLERS
The following are the minimum qualifications for the assignment of canine handler:

(a)     Eugene Police Department officer (currently off probation)
(b)     Reside in an adequately designed residence that will provide for the security of the
dog.

(c)     Have a place for off-street parking for the canine vehicle.
(d)     Live within 30 minutes travel time from the Eugene City limits
(e)     Agree to be assigned to the position for the working life of the dog.


318.5            CANINE HANDLER RESPONSIBILITIES


        318.5.1          AVAILABILITY
The handler will be available for callout under conditions specified by the Unit Supervisor. The
handler will have the canine with him/her while on duty unless performing an assignment
where the dog will not be used (e.g., court appearance, training), the dog is too ill for duty, or
as otherwise authorized by the Unit Supervisor.

        318.5.2          CARE FOR THE CANINE AND EQUIPMENT
The handler will ultimately be responsible for the health and welfare of the canine and will
ensure that the canine receives proper nutrition, grooming, training, medical care, affection,
and living conditions. The handler will be responsible for the following:

(a)     Unless required by a particular application, the handler will not expose the canine to
any foreseeable and unreasonable risk of harm.
(b)     The handler will maintain all department equipment under his/her control in a clean and
serviceable condition and when not on duty will maintain the canine vehicle in a using off-
street parking.
(c)     When a handler takes a vacation or extended number of days off, the canine vehicle
will be maintained at location determined by the Unit Supervisor.
(d)     A handler will permit the Unit Supervisor to conduct administrative on-site inspections
of affected areas of his/her residence as well as the canine vehicle, to verify that conditions
and equipment conform to this policy. . Handlers will receive reasonable notice prior to an
administrative inspection. If an administrative inspection is being conducted pursuant to
Policy 1020 “Personnel Complaint Procedure” that policy will supersede this section.

(e)    Any changes in the living status of the handler which may affect the lodging or
environment of the canine will be reported to the Unit Supervisor as soon as possible.
Policy 318 – Canine Program (draft 033010)                                                 Page 6
(f)     When off duty, canines will be maintained and adequately secured at the homes of
their handlers. (g)    The canine should be permitted to socialize in the home with the
handler’s family under the direct supervision of the handler.
(h)     Under no circumstances will the canine be lodged at another location unless approved
by the Unit Supervisor or Special Operations Lieutenant.
(i)     When off duty, handlers will not involve their canines in any activity or conduct unless
approved in advance by the Unit Supervisor or Watch Commander.
(j)     Whenever a canine handler anticipates taking a vacation or an extended number of
days off, it may be necessary to temporarily relocate the canine. In those situations, the
handler will give reasonable notice to the Unit Supervisor so that appropriate arrangements
can be made.

        318.5.3          CANINES IN PUBLIC AREAS
All canines will be kept on a leash when in areas that allow access to the public. Exceptions
would include specific police operations for which the canines are trained.

(a)     Canines will not be left unattended in any area to which the public may have access.

(b)     When the canine vehicle is left unattended it will be secured in such a manner as to
prevent unauthorized access to the dog. The handler will also insure that the unattended
vehicle remains inhabitable for the canine.

        318.5.4          HANDLER COMPENSATION
The canine handler will be compensated for time spent in the care, feeding, grooming, and
caring for other needs of the dog as provided in the EPEA contract.

318.6            MEDICAL CARE OF THE CANINE
All medical attention will be rendered by the designated canine veterinarian, except during an
emergency as provided in § 318.6.2. If the handler and dog are out of the area, the handler
may use the nearest available veterinarian. All records of medical treatment will be
maintained in the canine’s file.

        318.6.1          NON-EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE
Non-emergency medical care will be coordinated through the Unit Supervisor.

Any indication that a canine is not in good physical condition will be reported to the Unit
Supervisor or the Special Operations Lieutenant as soon as practical.

        318.6.2          EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE
The designated emergency medical treatment center or canine veterinarian will render
emergency medical treatment. The handler will notify the Unit Supervisor as soon as
practicable when emergency medical care is required.

318.7            TRAINING PSRC
DEFERS TO EPD TO ESTABLISH TRAINING STANDARDS IN THIS
POLICY – FEEDBACK WILL BE GIVEN WHEN COMPLETED.


Policy 318 – Canine Program (draft 033010)                                                    Page 7
Before assignment in the field, each canine handler must have completed at least 360 hours of
training in the care and use of the law enforcement animal, or must have passed the
demonstration of minimum standards established by the Oregon Police Canine Association
(OCPA) or other accredited and recognized animal handling organization (ORS 167.310).
Cross-trained dog teams or those dog teams trained exclusively for the detection of drugs
and/or explosives will be trained and certified to meet the standards established for such
detection dogs.

        318.7.1          CONTINUED TRAINING
Each canine team will thereafter be recertified to current OPCA standards (as applicable), or
the standards of another accredited and recognized animal handling organization, on an
annual basis. Additional training considerations are as follows:

(a)      Canine teams will receive training as defined in the current contract with the
Department’s canine training provider.
(b)      Canine handlers are encouraged to engage in additional training with approval of the
Unit Supervisor.
(c)      To ensure that all training is consistent, no handler, trainer, or outside vendor is
authorized to train any EPD dog or handler to a standard that is contrary to the policies of the
Eugene Police Department.
(d)      All canine training will be conducted while on duty unless otherwise approved by the
Unit Supervisor or Watch Commander. Canine teams are expected to conduct on-duty
training exercises a call load permits. When doing so, they must attempt to remain available
for calls, and must advise dispatch if the training would preclude their immediate response to a
call.

        318.7.2          FAILURE TO SUCCESSFULLY MEET STANDARDS
       PSRC DEFERS TO EPD TO DEVELOP THIS SECTION – FEEDBACK WILL BE
GIVEN WHEN COMPLETED
Any dog team failing the OPCA canine certification standards or other accredited or
recognized animal handling organization standards (as applicable) will not be deployed in the
field until certification is achieved. When practical, pending successful certification, the canine
handler will be temporarily reassigned to regular patrol duties.

        381.7.3          TRAINING RECORDS
All canine training records will be maintained in the canine handler’s training file.

318.8            CANINE UNIT SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES
The Unit Supervisor will be appointed by staff and will supervise the Canine Program.
The Unit Supervisor is directly responsible to the Special Operations Lieutenant. The Unit
Supervisor’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

(a)    Review all Canine Use Reports to ensure completeness and accuracy of the reports
and compliance with policy.
(b)    Identify training issues and other needs of the canine team or the program.
(c)    Ensure the canine teams are scheduled for continuous training to maximize the
capabilities of the teams, and ensure proper documentation of all canine training.
(d)    Recommend policy and set performance standards for canine teams.
(e)    Maintain liaison with the vendor kennel.
Policy 318 – Canine Program (draft 033010)                                                   Page 8
(f)     Maintain liaison with administrative staff and functional supervisors.
(g)     Maintain liaison with other agency canine coordinators.
(h)     Maintain accurate records to document canine activities.
(i)     Recommend and oversee the procurement of needed equipment and services for the
unit.
(j)     Schedule all canine related activities.

318.9                    DISPOSITION OF CANINE
(a)      If a handler leaves his/her canine handler assignment and the police service dog is fit
for further service, it may be assigned to another handler.

(b)     If a police service dog becomes unfit for further service due to age, injury, or other
factors and must be retired from service, the City will normally allow the current handler the
option to keep the retired dog, in accordance with established practice.




Policy 318 – Canine Program (draft 033010)                                                 Page 9
           SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS
                 February 2012

1. Internal Affairs – Department Commendations for January 2012
2. Closed IA Summaries – January 2012
3. Data tables from Community Survey
Internal Affairs Case Summaries
For Cases Closed in January 2012


Conformance to Laws: The reporting party alleged that officers stole items belonging to him during the
course of his arrest. The allegation was investigated criminally and reviewed by the DA. The
investigation included interviews of the reporting party, officers, and witnesses, together with a review of
the in-car video and other relevant police records.

The investigation revealed that one of the allegedly stolen items was later recovered from a venue where
the reporting party had spent time prior to his arrest. The investigation revealed no evidence to support
that the officers stole any property from the reporting party. Therefore, the allegation was adjudicated as
UNFOUNDED.

Conduct: It was alleged that an employee knowingly released confidential information from the
Automated Records System outside the criminal justice system. The investigation consisted of an
interview with the employee, together with a review of the recorded phone call at issue and other relevant
criminal justice records.

The investigation revealed evidence that supported the allegation as alleged.          The Confidentiality
allegation was SUSTAINED.

Constitutional Rights: The reporting party filed a complaint related to the constitutionality of his arrest
and the search of his home in October 2010. The allegation was DISMISSED for timeliness.
  The Eugene Police Department received 28 commendations in January, 2012.
                           Below is a sampling.

The reporting party thanked officers for responding to a car accident she was involved in: "I
can't begin to tell you how grateful I am for your kindness and professionalism. You helped
keep me calm in a very scary situation. Thank you a million times."

The reporting party commended an officer’s demeanor in an off-duty incident. He felt the officer
handled himself well when a conversation became tense and emotional: "I could tell that he was
thinking very fast, and he was talking very slow... He was able to kinda back it right back down
to where everyone was back in a great mood... what a fantastic representative of the Eugene
Police Department."

The reporting party called to commend an officer’s response to a burglary at his home: "He's a
good, veteran officer...He was very thorough, and he was more than willing to go the extra. He
worked very hard at this."

The reporting party commended an officer for his compassionate response to some questions
she had regarding her mother's death in June, 2011. She recently called the officer with some
questions when "the what-ifs" started troubling her. The officer talked to her on the phone and
"really eased my mind....he was so kind, and just really professional, kind, and sincere."

The reporter thanked the EPD employees who responded to a Prowler call: "I thank your
Dispatcher for keeping me calm on the phone and I thank the Officers and their canine for
arriving so quickly in order to safety check my home."

The reporting party commended the officers who responded to a mental health transport call: Of
one, he said, “I was immediately impressed with how she took charge. She was able to do this
in a respectful manner and also allow for input about the situation.” The other officer
“demonstrated the kind of attitude and professionalism necessary for good outcomes to delicate
situations.... his behavior, demeanor, attitude and action indicated a mature understanding of
how to interact with an individual having mental difficulties."

The reporting party wrote to an officer to apologize for her behavior during an encounter and to
commend his response: "to me you showed care, without getting personal. You were firm and
you listened to me and understood me as a person. You did not indicate you were just here
doing a job, but that you cared about the people in your community. Above all you
demonstrated a high level of integrity & professionalism."

The reporting party commended the responding officers for their handling of a call involving one
of her students: "[the officer] was skilled in his questioning of the student and continued to talk
with him about potential patterns and consequences of aggressive behaviors. I am fully aware
of the gravity and intensity of what our police officers deal with daily; this incident may have
seemed minor in comparison, yet the Officers were supportive of me, my intentions and our
program. I appreciate both officers' time and assistance in this matter and am pleased to report
that this is another example of the Eugene Police Department's excellent collaboration as a
community partner. "
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Table 2: Overall, how would you rate the performance of the Eugene Police Department: EXCELLENT, GOOD, AVERAGE, FAIR, or
         POOR?


                               GENDER                                                       AGE                                              OWN/RENT                  ETHNICITY
                                                      ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————
                         —————————————————————————                                           ——                                          —————————————————————————   —————————————————————


              Total         Male        Female         18-24         25-34        35-44         45-54         55-64          65+           Own            Rent        White        Other
            ——————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ——————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ——————————    ————————

                 400            188          212             70          59            53            66            74             75          274           113           337         56


 Poor             8              6             2             0           0              4             1            3              0             5            3             5          2
                 2%             3%            1%            0%          0%             8%            2%           4%             0%            2%           3%            1%         4%
                                                                                      +++                                                                                   -

 Fair             27             14            13           8            5             3              7            3              1             11           14            22         4
                 7%             7%            6%          11%           8%            6%            11%           4%             1%            4%          12%            7%         7%
                                                            +                                                                     --            ---        +++

 Avg              62             30           32            12           15            9              10           10             6            40            21            51         10
                16%            16%          15%           17%          25%           17%            15%          14%             8%          15%           19%           15%        18%
                                                                        ++                                                        --

 Good            171             83           88            40           24            22             27           32             25          108            57           144         24
                43%            44%          42%           57%          41%           42%            41%          43%            33%          39%           50%           43%        43%
                                                          +++                                                                      -            --            +

 Exclnt           82             39           43              6           4            10             11           19             30           73             8            75         7
                21%            21%          20%             9%          7%           19%            17%          26%            40%          27%            7%           22%        13%
                                                             ---         ---                                                    +++          +++             ---          ++

 Don't            50             16           34             4           11            5              10           7              13           37            10            40         9
                13%             9%          16%             6%         19%            9%            15%           9%            17%          14%            9%           12%        16%
 know
                                  --         ++               -


                3.83           3.78         3.88          3.67         3.56          3.65           3.71         3.91           4.35         3.98          3.51          3.88       3.64
                0.95           1.00         0.90          0.81         0.80          1.14           0.99         1.01           0.73         0.93          0.93          0.93       0.99
 Mean           0.05           0.08         0.07          0.10         0.11          0.16           0.13         0.12           0.09         0.06          0.09          0.05       0.14
  S.D.
  S.E.

  Chi                              7.51                                                     66.86                                                 28.10                     4.30
                                   .185                                                      .001                                                  .001                     .507
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Table 2: Overall, how would you rate the performance of the Eugene Police Department: EXCELLENT, GOOD, AVERAGE, FAIR, or
         POOR?
                                                                          ZIP CODE                                                                   EDUCATION                               # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                      —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————            —————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                     No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                   Total        97401                 97402                97403         97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad          None            1-5            >5
                 ——————————
                      —        ———————————          ———————————           ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                     400               83                         131            21            35          111             19             78           141           129               49         234           146               19


Poor                   8               0                            3            0             2             3              0             3             3              2                0           2             4             2
                      2%              0%                           2%           0%            6%            3%             0%            4%            2%             2%               0%          1%            3%           11%
                                                                                                                                                                                                     -

Fair                   27              4                            9           3             4              7              0            9              7              9                2           12           15             0
                      7%              5%                           7%         14%           11%             6%             0%          12%             5%             7%               4%          5%          10%             0%
                                                                                                                                         +                                                                      ++

Average               62               8                            23          5             7              15             4            11             28            17                6          37            20             4
                    16%              10%                          18%         24%           20%            14%            21%          14%            20%           13%               12%        16%           14%            21%
                                        -                                                                                                                +

Good                 171               36                           61          6             12             50             6            29             70            52                18         95            70             6
                    43%              43%                          47%         29%           34%            45%            32%          37%            50%           40%               37%        41%           48%            32%
                                                                                                                                                       ++

Excellent             82               22                           19          2             7              23             9            16             18            33            14             51            24             7
                    21%              27%                          15%         10%           20%            21%            47%          21%            13%           26%           29%            22%           16%            37%
                                                                     --                                                                                 ---            +

Don't                 50               13                           16          5              3             13             0            10             15            16                9          37             13            0
                    13%              16%                          12%         24%             9%           12%             0%          13%            11%           12%               18%        16%             9%            0%
know
                                                                                                                                                                                                  ++               -


                    3.83             4.09                         3.73         3.44          3.56          3.85           4.26         3.68           3.74          3.93              4.10        3.92          3.71          3.84
  Mean
                    0.95             0.81                         0.92         0.96          1.16          0.97           0.81         1.11           0.86          0.96              0.84        0.88          0.99          1.26
  S.D.              0.05             0.10                         0.09         0.24          0.21          0.10           0.18         0.13           0.08          0.09              0.13        0.06          0.09          0.29
  S.E.

 Chi                                                                        34.22                                                                         20.63                                             25.86
                                                                             .103                                                                          .149                                              .004
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Table 2: Overall, how would you rate the performance of the Eugene Police Department: EXCELLENT, GOOD, AVERAGE, FAIR, or
         POOR?


                                                                          INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                          LAST INTERACTION
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                                                              $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-                   Positiv                 <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                       Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive       Neutral       e         Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                                      —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                           400          65          39          85          78          87          52          31         311          63         202          66          52


        Poor                                8           1           0           4           1           2           5           0            3          1           7           0           0
                                           2%          2%          0%          5%          1%          2%         10%          0%          1%          2%          3%          0%          0%
                                                                               ++                                 +++                       ---                    ++

        Fair                                27          7           1           10          3           2           17          5            5          5           19          3           0
                                           7%         11%          3%         12%          4%          2%         33%         16%          2%          8%          9%          5%          0%
                                                                               ++                        -        +++          ++           ---                    ++

        Average                             62          12          8           12          15          12          14          15          33          9           33          11          7
                                          16%         18%         21%         14%         19%         14%         27%         48%         11%         14%         16%         17%         13%
                                                                                                                   ++         +++           ---

        Good                               171          29          22          35          36          28           9           4         158          19          94          27          24
                                          43%         45%         56%         41%         46%         32%         17%         13%         51%         30%         47%         41%         46%
                                                                     +                                   --         ---         ---       +++            --

        Excellent                           82          10          4           12          17          32           1          1           80          14          37          13          13
                                          21%         15%         10%         14%         22%         37%          2%          3%         26%         22%         18%         20%         25%
                                                                     -                                +++           ---         --        +++

        Don't know                          50          6           4           12          6           11          6           6           32          15          12          12          8
                                          13%          9%         10%         14%          8%         13%         12%         19%         10%         24%          6%         18%         15%
                                                                                                                                             --       +++           ---


                                          3.83        3.68        3.83        3.56        3.90        4.13        2.65        3.04        4.10        3.83        3.71        3.93        4.14
          Mean
                                          0.95        0.95        0.66        1.09        0.86        0.96        0.99        0.73        0.75        1.04        1.01        0.82        0.67
          S.D.                            0.05        0.12        0.11        0.13        0.10        0.11        0.15        0.15        0.05        0.15        0.07        0.11        0.10
          S.E.

          Chi Square                                                       36.24                                          152.41                                     30.63
                                                                            .014                                           .001                                       .010




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Table 3: Would you say your overall impression of the Eugene Police Department is positive or negative? Is that VERY or
         SOMEWHAT (positive/negative)?
                                                              GENDER                                                       AGE                                                        OWN/RENT                      ETHNICITY
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                                           Total          Male         Female         18-24         25-34          35-44           45-54       55-64           65+           Own                 Rent            White           Other
                                         ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————       ———————————        ———————————     ———————————

                                               400           188            212             70            59            53             66            74            75           274                     113            337            56



Very negative                                    13            5             8              1             2              5             2             1              2             8                       5             8             3
                                                3%            3%            4%             1%            3%             9%            3%            1%             3%            3%                      4%            2%            5%
                                                                                                                       +++                                                                                              --

Somewhat negative                               39            22             17            15             6             4              3             7              4             18                      20            30            9
                                              10%           12%             8%           21%            10%            8%             5%            9%             5%            7%                     18%            9%           16%
                                                                                         +++                                                                                      ---                   +++                           +

Neutral                                          31            17            14             6             7             1              7             7              3             20                      9             28            3
                                                8%            9%            7%             9%           12%            2%            11%            9%             4%            7%                      8%            8%            5%
                                                                                                                         -

Somewhat positive                              168            78             90            28             32            31             29            22            24           106                       54           140            24
                                              42%           41%            42%           40%            54%           58%            44%           30%           32%           39%                      48%           42%           43%
                                                                                                         ++           +++                             --            -             --

Very positive                                  143            66             77            19             11            12             22            37            41           118                       24           126            16
                                              36%           35%            36%           27%            19%           23%            33%           50%           55%           43%                      21%           37%           29%
                                                                                            -             ---            --                        +++           +++           +++                        ---

Don't know                                       6             0             6              1             1             0              3             0              1             4                       1             5             1
                                                2%            0%            3%             1%            2%            0%             5%            0%             1%            1%                      1%            1%            2%
                                                                            ++                                                        ++


                                              3.99           3.95          4.02          3.71           3.76          3.77           4.05          4.18          4.32           4.14                    3.64          4.04          3.75
   Mean
                                              1.07           1.07          1.06          1.14           1.00          1.17           0.97          1.04          0.98           1.01                    1.14          1.02          1.21
   S.D.                                       0.05           0.08          0.07          0.14           0.13          0.16           0.12          0.12          0.11           0.06                    0.11          0.06          0.16
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                                     7.92                                                     63.84                                                         22.88                           5.63
                                                                  .161                                                      .001                                                          .001                           .344




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Table 3: Would you say your overall impression of the Eugene Police Department is positive or negative? Is that VERY or
         SOMEWHAT (positive/negative)?


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21             35          111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 Very negative                        13            3              5             0              2             3             0              3             4              4               2           5             7             1
                                     3%            4%             4%            0%             6%            3%            0%             4%            3%             3%              4%          2%            5%            5%


 Somewhat                            39             5             18             2             6              7             1              6             22             8               3           20           18             1
                                   10%             6%           14%            10%           17%             6%            5%             8%           16%             6%              6%          9%          12%             5%
 negative
                                                                   +                                                                                   +++               -

 Neutral                              31            5              9             5              2             8             2              4             12             12              3           16            13            1
                                     8%            6%             7%           24%             6%            7%           11%             5%            9%             9%              6%          7%            9%            5%


 Somewhat                           168             30            57             7             15             53            6             35             50            59               21        103            59             6
                                   42%            36%           44%            33%           43%            48%           32%           45%            35%           46%              43%        44%           40%            32%
 positive
                                                                                                                                                          -

 Very positive                      143             38            41             6             10             38            10            27             52            45               19         84            49             10
                                   36%            46%           31%            29%           29%            34%           53%           35%            37%           35%              39%        36%           34%            53%
                                                   ++

 Don't know                           6             2              1             1              0             2             0              3             1              1               1           6             0             0
                                     2%            2%             1%            5%             0%            2%            0%             4%            1%             1%              2%          3%            0%            0%
                                                                                                                                           +                                                       ++


                                    3.99          4.17          3.85           3.85           3.71          4.06          4.32          4.03           3.89          4.04             4.08        4.06          3.86          4.21
   Mean
                                    1.07          1.05          1.13           0.99           1.23          0.96          0.89          1.05           1.16          0.99             1.05        0.99          1.16          1.13
   S.D.                             0.05          0.12          0.10           0.22           0.21          0.09          0.20          0.12           0.10          0.09             0.15        0.07          0.10          0.26
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                                                      28.35                                                                   15.40                                            11.31
                                                                                    .292                                                                    .423                                             .334




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Table 3: Would you say your overall impression of the Eugene Police Department is positive or negative? Is that VERY or
         SOMEWHAT (positive/negative)?


                                                                  INCOME                               OVERALL IMPRESSION                          LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-                   Positiv                 <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive       Neutral       e         Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31         311          63         202          66            52


 Very negative                       13          2           2           4           3           0           13          0           0           3           10          0              0
                                    3%          3%          5%          5%          4%          0%         25%          0%          0%          5%          5%          0%             0%
                                                                                                           +++                                                +

 Somewhat                            39          13          4           11          4           4           39          0           0           7           26          3              3
                                   10%         20%         10%         13%          5%          5%         75%          0%          0%         11%         13%          5%             6%
 negative
                                               +++                                                -        +++                                              ++

 Neutral                             31          7           2           7           8           5           0          31           0           5           16          4              5
                                    8%         11%          5%          8%         10%          6%          0%       100%           0%          8%          8%          6%            10%
                                                                                                                      +++

 Somewhat                           168          21          20          39          37          33          0           0          168          27          77          33             23
                                   42%         32%         51%         46%         47%         38%          0%          0%         54%         43%         38%         50%            44%
 positive
                                                  -                                                                                +++

 Very positive                      143          21          10          22          26          45          0           0          143          18          73          24             21
                                   36%         32%         26%         26%         33%         52%          0%          0%         46%         29%         36%         36%            40%
                                                                          --                   +++                                 +++

 Don't know                          6           1           1           2           0           0           0           0           0           3           0           2              0
                                    2%          2%          3%          2%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          5%          0%          3%             0%
                                                                                                                                                ++


                                   3.99        3.72        3.84        3.77        4.01        4.37        1.75        3.00        4.46        3.83        3.88        4.22           4.19
   Mean
                                   1.07        1.21        1.10        1.13        1.00        0.79        0.44        0.00        0.50        1.14        1.18        0.77           0.84
   S.D.                            0.05        0.15        0.18        0.12        0.11        0.09        0.06        0.00        0.03        0.15        0.08        0.10           0.12
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                                       34.83                                          788.00                                     24.45
                                                                     .021                                           .001                                       .058




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Table 4: Do you feel you are encouraged or discouraged in providing input to the City regarding Police policies? Is that VERY or
         SOMEWHAT (encouraged/discouraged)?


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                    ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————    —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44           45-54        55-64           65+           Own           Rent         White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70            59             53            66             74            75           274             113         337             56


 Very discouraged                     14            7              7             2              2             3             3              3             1              11              3           9             4
                                     4%            4%             3%            3%             3%            6%            5%             4%            1%             4%              3%          3%            7%
                                                                                                                                                                                                    --


 Somewhat                            52             27            25             11            8              5             10            9              8             33               18         44             7
                                   13%            14%           12%            16%           14%             9%           15%           12%            11%           12%              16%        13%            13%
 discouraged


 Neither                            127             54            73             19            21             26            16            19             26            88               35        109             15
                                   32%            29%           34%            27%           36%            49%           24%           26%            35%           32%              31%        32%            27%
 encouraged nor
                                                                                                            +++
 discouraged

 Somewhat                           129             69            60             25            21             13            24            31             14            81               42        104             23
                                   32%            37%           28%            36%           36%            25%           36%           42%            19%           30%              37%        31%            41%
 encouraged
                                                     +             -                                                                     ++              ---            -


 Very encouraged                      35            14            21             5              4             5             7              6             7              26              9           31            4
                                     9%            7%           10%             7%             7%            9%           11%             8%            9%             9%              8%          9%            7%



 Don't know                          43             17            26             8              3             1             6              6             19            35               6          40             3
                                   11%             9%           12%            11%             5%            2%            9%             8%           25%           13%               5%        12%             5%
                                                                                                              --                                       +++              +               --          +



                                    3.33          3.33          3.34           3.32          3.30           3.23          3.37          3.41           3.32          3.33             3.34        3.35          3.30
   Mean
                                    0.97          0.98          0.97           0.97          0.93           0.96          1.06          0.98           0.94          1.00             0.95        0.96          1.05
   S.D.                             0.05          0.07          0.07           0.12          0.12           0.13          0.14          0.12           0.13          0.06             0.09        0.06          0.14
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                          5.41                                                     41.52                                                     7.23                        7.02
                                                       .368                                                      .020                                                     .204                        .219




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Table 4: Do you feel you are encouraged or discouraged in providing input to the City regarding Police policies? Is that VERY or
         SOMEWHAT (encouraged/discouraged)?


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21             35          111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 Very discouraged                     14            2              5             0              1             6             0              0             8              5               1           7             5             2
                                     4%            2%             4%            0%             3%            5%            0%             0%            6%             4%              2%          3%            3%           11%
                                                                                                                                                         +


 Somewhat                            52             6             20             3             10             10            3             13             21             12              5          30            22             0
                                   13%             7%           15%            14%           29%             9%           16%           17%            15%             9%             10%        13%           15%             0%
 discouraged
                                                     -                                       +++


 Neither                            127             27            38             7             10             40            5             19             42            47               18         79            43             5
                                   32%            33%           29%            33%           29%            36%           26%           24%            30%           36%              37%        34%           29%            26%
 encouraged nor
 discouraged

 Somewhat                           129             23            45             6             9              42            4             25             44            41               18         69            53             6
                                   32%            28%           34%            29%           26%            38%           21%           32%            31%           32%              37%        29%           36%            32%
 encouraged


 Very encouraged                      35            9             13             2             4              5             2              7             14             9               5           18           14             3
                                     9%           11%           10%            10%           11%             5%           11%             9%           10%             7%             10%          8%          10%            16%
                                                                                                               -


 Don't know                          43             16             10            3              1             8             5             14             12            15               2          31             9             3
                                   11%            19%             8%           14%             3%            7%           26%           18%             9%           12%               4%        13%             6%           16%
                                                  +++                                                                                    ++                                                         +             --



                                    3.33          3.46          3.34           3.39           3.15          3.29          3.36          3.41           3.27          3.32             3.45        3.30          3.36          3.50
   Mean
                                    0.97          0.94          1.01           0.92           1.08          0.92          1.01          0.94           1.06          0.93             0.90        0.95          0.99          1.21
   S.D.                             0.05          0.12          0.09           0.22           0.18          0.09          0.27          0.12           0.09          0.09             0.13        0.07          0.08          0.30
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                                                      35.86                                                                   18.26                                            13.95
                                                                                    .074                                                                    .249                                             .175




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Table 4: Do you feel you are encouraged or discouraged in providing input to the City regarding Police policies? Is that VERY or
         SOMEWHAT (encouraged/discouraged)?


                                                                  INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                           LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-                   Positiv                 <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive       Neutral       e         Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31         311          63         202          66            52


 Very discouraged                    14          3           1           5           2           2           9           0            5          1           9           2              2
                                    4%          5%          3%          6%          3%          2%         17%          0%          2%          2%          4%          3%             4%
                                                                                                           +++                       ---


 Somewhat                            52          11          6           11          8           8           14          5           33          9           31          7              4
                                   13%         17%         15%         13%         10%          9%         27%         16%         11%         14%         15%         11%             8%
 discouraged
                                                                                                           +++                       ---


 Neither                            127          15          13          32          21          29          18          15          91          23          56          23             21
                                   32%         23%         33%         38%         27%         33%         35%         48%         29%         37%         28%         35%            40%
 encouraged nor
                                                                                                                        ++            --                      -
 discouraged

 Somewhat                           129          21          13          27          31          27           8          8          112          16          71          19             14
                                   32%         32%         33%         32%         40%         31%         15%         26%         36%         25%         35%         29%            27%
 encouraged
                                                                                                             ---                   +++


 Very encouraged                     35          6           3           6           6           10          1           1           33          8           17          7              2
                                    9%          9%          8%          7%          8%         11%          2%          3%         11%         13%          8%         11%             4%
                                                                                                              -                     ++


 Don't know                          43          9           3           4           10          11          2           2           37          6           18          8              9
                                   11%         14%          8%          5%         13%         13%          4%          6%         12%         10%          9%         12%            17%
                                                                         --                                   -



                                   3.33        3.29        3.31        3.22        3.46        3.46        2.56        3.17        3.49        3.37        3.30        3.38           3.23
   Mean
                                   0.97        1.07        0.95        0.99        0.92        0.94        1.03        0.76        0.92        0.98        1.02        0.97           0.87
   S.D.                            0.05        0.14        0.16        0.11        0.11        0.11        0.15        0.14        0.06        0.13        0.07        0.13           0.13
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                                       14.52                                           59.34                                     14.12
                                                                     .803                                            .001                                      .517




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Table 5: Do you feel the level of Eugene Police Department staffing is adequate or inadequate? Is that VERY or SOMEWHAT
         (adequate/inadequate)?


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                     ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44           45-54        55-64           65+           Own            Rent         White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70             59            53            66             74            75           274             113          337             56


 Very inadequate                     46             18            28             6              5             7             13            10             4             41                5          40             5
                                   12%            10%           13%             9%             8%           13%           20%           14%             5%           15%               4%         12%             9%
                                                                                                                           ++                             -          +++                ---

 Somewhat                           123             47            76             17            20             18            22            24             22            87               35         106             16
                                   31%            25%           36%            24%           34%            34%           33%           32%            29%           32%              31%         31%            29%
 inadequate
                                                     --          ++

 Neither adequate                     19            11             8             1              3             4             2              5             3              13              5            16            1
                                     5%            6%             4%            1%             5%            8%            3%             7%            4%             5%              4%           5%            2%
 nor inadequate

 Somewhat                           123             76            47             26            22             16            12            21             26            77               39         102             21
                                   31%            40%           22%            37%           37%            30%           18%           28%            35%           28%              35%         30%            38%
 adequate
                                                  +++             ---                                                        --                                         -

 Very adequate                        28            13             15            10             2             3             1              5             6              16              11           19            6
                                     7%            7%             7%           14%             3%            6%            2%             7%            8%             6%             10%           6%           11%
                                                                               +++                                           -                                                                        --

 Don't know                          61             23            38             10            7              5             16            9              14            40               18          54             7
                                   15%            12%           18%            14%           12%             9%           24%           12%            19%           15%              16%         16%            13%
                                                                                                                           ++


                                    2.89          3.12          2.68           3.28           2.92          2.79          2.32          2.80           3.13          2.74             3.17         2.84          3.14
   Mean
                                    1.26          1.22          1.27           1.32           1.17          1.24          1.17          1.26           1.20          1.27             1.20         1.24          1.29
   S.D.                             0.07          0.10          0.10           0.17           0.16          0.18          0.17          0.16           0.15          0.08             0.12         0.07          0.18
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                         18.78                                                     34.66                                                     10.44                        4.60
                                                       .002                                                      .095                                                      .064                        .467




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Table 5: Do you feel the level of Eugene Police Department staffing is adequate or inadequate? Is that VERY or SOMEWHAT
         (adequate/inadequate)?


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21             35          111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 Very inadequate                     46             13             11            2             6              12            2              3             13            22               8           20           21             5
                                   12%            16%             8%           10%           17%            11%           11%             4%            9%           17%              16%          9%          14%            26%
                                                                                                                                           --                         ++                             --

 Somewhat                           123             24            42             6             9              35            7             20             44            42               16         74            43             6
                                   31%            29%           32%            29%           26%            32%           37%           26%            31%           33%              33%        32%           29%            32%
 inadequate

 Neither adequate                     19            4              7             1              2             5             0              3             5              8               2           11            7             1
                                     5%            5%             5%            5%             6%            5%            0%             4%            4%             6%              4%          5%            5%            5%
 nor inadequate

 Somewhat                           123             26            42             5             10             34            6             27             51            33               12         72            48             3
                                   31%            31%           32%            24%           29%            31%           32%           35%            36%           26%              24%        31%           33%            16%
 adequate
                                                                                                                                                          +

 Very adequate                        28            2             14             2              3             5             2             9              10             5               3           13            12            2
                                     7%            2%           11%            10%             9%            5%           11%           12%             7%             4%              6%          6%            8%           11%
                                                     -           ++                                                                       +                              -

 Don't know                          61             14            15             5             5              20            2             16             18            19               8          44            15             2
                                   15%            17%           11%            24%           14%            18%           11%           21%            13%           15%              16%        19%           10%            11%
                                                                                                                                                                                                  ++              --


                                    2.89          2.71          3.05           2.94           2.83          2.84          2.94          3.31           3.01          2.61             2.66        2.92          2.90          2.47
   Mean
                                    1.26          1.24          1.26           1.34           1.37          1.22          1.34          1.21           1.24          1.23             1.30        1.21          1.31          1.42
   S.D.                             0.07          0.15          0.12           0.34           0.25          0.13          0.33          0.15           0.11          0.12             0.20        0.09          0.11          0.34
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                                                      15.67                                                                   20.77                                            14.12
                                                                                    .924                                                                    .144                                             .168




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Table 5: Do you feel the level of Eugene Police Department staffing is adequate or inadequate? Is that VERY or SOMEWHAT
         (adequate/inadequate)?


                                                                   INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                          LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-                   Positiv                 <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive       Neutral       e         Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31         311          63         202          66            52


 Very inadequate                     46          4           4            3          10          20          6           4           36          4           30          9              0
                                   12%          6%         10%          4%         13%         23%         12%         13%         12%          6%         15%         14%             0%
                                                                         ---                   +++                                                          ++

 Somewhat                           123          13          12          37          20          27          16          7           99          16          68          16             20
                                   31%         20%         31%         44%         26%         31%         31%         23%         32%         25%         34%         24%            38%
 inadequate
                                                  --                   +++

 Neither adequate                    19          3           1           2           8           2           4           3           12          5           8           2              3
                                    5%          5%          3%          2%         10%          2%          8%         10%          4%          8%          4%          3%             6%
 nor inadequate
                                                                                    ++

 Somewhat                           123          23          14          30          27          23          15          10          98          16          53          28             18
                                   31%         35%         36%         35%         35%         26%         29%         32%         32%         25%         26%         42%            35%
 adequate
                                                                                                                                                              --        ++

 Very adequate                       28          9           4           5           2           4           5           2           21          4           18          2              3
                                    7%         14%         10%          6%          3%          5%         10%          6%          7%          6%          9%          3%             6%
                                                ++                                    -

 Don't know                          61          13          4           8           11          11          6           5           45          18          25          9              8
                                   15%         20%         10%          9%         14%         13%         12%         16%         14%         29%         12%         14%            15%
                                                                          -                                                                    +++


                                   2.89        3.38        3.06        2.96        2.87        2.53        2.93        2.96        2.88        3.00        2.78        2.96           3.09
   Mean
                                   1.26        1.25        1.30        1.14        1.19        1.31        1.29        1.28        1.26        1.21        1.32        1.25           1.07
   S.D.                            0.07        0.17        0.22        0.13        0.15        0.15        0.19        0.25        0.08        0.18        0.10        0.17           0.16
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                                       45.09                                           4.83                                      31.09
                                                                     .001                                           .902                                       .009




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Table 6: How long ago was your most recent interaction with the Eugene Police?


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                    ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————    —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44           45-54        55-64           65+           Own            Rent        White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70             59            53            66             74            75           274             113         337             56


 Never had any                       63             23            40             13            6              7             5             8              23            42               18         56             7
                                   16%            12%           19%            19%           10%            13%            8%           11%            31%           15%              16%        17%            13%
 interaction
                                                     -             +                                                        --                         +++

 2 years or less                    202             99           103             47            33             28            39            34             19           126               71        165             30
                                   51%            53%           49%            67%           56%            53%           59%           46%            25%           46%              63%        49%            54%
                                                                               +++                                                                       ---           ---            +++

 3-5 years                           66             34            32             8             11             9             9             15             14            51               13         55             11
                                   17%            18%           15%            11%           19%            17%           14%           20%            19%           19%              12%        16%            20%
                                                                                                                                                                        +                -

 6-10 years                           25            13             12            1             6              4             2              7             5              21              3           20            5
                                     6%            7%             6%            1%           10%             8%            3%             9%            7%             8%              3%          6%            9%
                                                                                  -                                                                                      +               -

 Over 10 years                        27            14             13            0              2             2             6              7             10             20              7           26            1
                                     7%            7%             6%            0%             3%            4%            9%             9%           13%             7%              6%          8%            2%
                                                                                                                                                        ++                                           +

 Don't know                           16            5              11            1              1             3             5              3             3              14              1           14            2
                                     4%            3%             5%            1%             2%            6%            8%             4%            4%             5%              1%          4%            4%
                                                                                                                                                                         +              --

 Refused                              1             0              1             0              0             0             0              0             1              0               0           1             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            0%             0%            0%            0%             0%            1%             0%              0%          0%            0%
                                                                                                                                                        ++


                                                       6.64                                                     61.41                                                     13.98                       4.37
   Chi Square                                          .356                                                      .001                                                      .030                       .627




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Table 6: How long ago was your most recent interaction with the Eugene Police?


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21             35          111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 Never had any                       63             18            19             5             5              12            4             18             20            17               7          57              5            1
                                   16%            22%           15%            24%           14%            11%           21%           23%            14%           13%              14%        24%             3%            5%
 interaction
                                                     +                                                         -                         ++                                                      +++              ---

 2 years or less                    202             40            68             10            18             58            8             35             77            56               32         62           122             18
                                   51%            48%           52%            48%           51%            52%           42%           45%            55%           43%              65%        26%           84%            95%
                                                                                                                                                                        -              ++          ---         +++

 3-5 years                           66             13            20             3             6              20            4             11             23            27               5          53             12            0
                                   17%            16%           15%            14%           17%            18%           21%           14%            16%           21%              10%        23%             8%            0%
                                                                                                                                                                        +                        +++              ---

 6-10 years                           25            2              10            2              1             9             1              6             7              11              1           21            4             0
                                     6%            2%             8%           10%             3%            8%            5%             8%            5%             9%              2%          9%            3%            0%
                                                                                                                                                                                                  +++             --

 Over 10 years                        27            5              9             0              2             9             2              5             7             13               2          27             0             0
                                     7%            6%             7%            0%             6%            8%           11%             6%            5%           10%               4%        12%             0%            0%
                                                                                                                                                                        +                        +++

 Don't know                           16            5              5             1              3             2             0              2             7              5               2           13            3             0
                                     4%            6%             4%            5%             9%            2%            0%             3%            5%             4%              4%          6%            2%            0%
                                                                                                                                                                                                     +

 Refused                              1             0              0             0              0             1             0              1             0              0               0           1             0             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            0%             0%            1%            0%             1%            0%             0%              0%          0%            0%            0%
                                                                                                                                          ++


                                                                                   19.77                                                                   22.03                                           136.71
   Chi Square                                                                       .922                                                                    .231                                            .001




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Table 6: How long ago was your most recent interaction with the Eugene Police?


                                                                  INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                           LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-              Positiv                      <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive      Neutral   e              Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31        311           63        202           66            52


 Never had any                       63          14          7           12          9           10          10          5           45         63           0           0              0
                                   16%         22%         18%         14%         12%         11%         19%         16%         14%       100%           0%          0%             0%
 interaction
                                                                                                                                              +++

 2 years or less                    202          37          19          41          33          45          36          16         150          0         202           0              0
                                   51%         57%         49%         48%         42%         52%         69%         52%         48%          0%       100%           0%             0%
                                                                                                           +++                        -                   +++

 3-5 years                           66          6           8           16          11          21          3           4           57          0           0          66              0
                                   17%          9%         21%         19%         14%         24%          6%         13%         18%          0%          0%       100%              0%
                                                  -                                             ++           --                       +                               +++

 6-10 years                          25          3           3           3           10          5           1           5           19          0           0           0              25
                                    6%          5%          8%          4%         13%          6%          2%         16%          6%          0%          0%          0%            48%
                                                                                   +++                                  ++                                                            +++

 Over 10 years                       27          2           2           8           12          1           2           0           25          0           0           0              27
                                    7%          3%          5%          9%         15%          1%          4%          0%          8%          0%          0%          0%            52%
                                                                                   +++           --                                   +                                               +++

 Don't know                          16          2           0           5           3           5           0           1           14          0           0           0              0
                                    4%          3%          0%          6%          4%          6%          0%          3%          5%          0%          0%          0%             0%


 Refused                             1           1           0           0           0           0           0           0           1           0           0           0              0
                                    0%          2%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%             0%
                                                ++


                                                                    38.49                                           21.49                                    1000+
   Chi Square                                                        .031                                            .044                                     .001




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Table 7: Would you describe your most recent interaction with the Eugene Police as positive or negative? Is that VERY or
         SOMEWHAT (positive/negative)?


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                     ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44           45-54        55-64           65+           Own            Rent         White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————

                                    337            165           172             57             53            46            61             66            52           232               95         281             49


 Very negative                        25            15             10            5              4             6             6              4             0              11              14           18            6
                                     7%            9%             6%            9%             8%           13%           10%             6%            0%             5%             15%           6%           12%
                                                                                                                                                                        ---           +++

 Somewhat                            33             12            21             8             7              3             9              5             1              17              14           26            7
                                   10%             7%           12%            14%           13%             7%           15%             8%            2%             7%             15%           9%           14%
 negative
                                                                                                                                                         --              --              +

 Neutral                              25            18             7             5              5             2             1              6             6              16              8            20            4
                                     7%           11%             4%            9%             9%            4%            2%             9%           12%             7%              8%           7%            8%
                                                   ++              --                                                        -

 Somewhat                            97             57            40             19            24             9             19            13             13            63               30          82             14
                                   29%            35%           23%            33%           45%            20%           31%           20%            25%           27%              32%         29%            29%
 positive
                                                   ++              --                        +++                                           -

 Very positive                      135             56            79             19            13             20            23            33             25           104               28         116             15
                                   40%            34%           46%            33%           25%            43%           38%           50%            48%           45%              29%         41%            31%
                                                     --          ++                             --                                         +                         +++                 --

 Don't know                           22            7              15            1              0             6             3              5             7              21              1            19            3
                                     7%            4%             9%            2%             0%           13%            5%             8%           13%             9%              1%           7%            6%
                                                     -              +                                         +                                         ++            +++               --


                                    3.90          3.80          4.00           3.70           3.66          3.85          3.76          4.08           4.38          4.10             3.47         3.96          3.54
   Mean
                                    1.28          1.26          1.29           1.32           1.21          1.49          1.39          1.26           0.81          1.16             1.43         1.24          1.43
   S.D.                             0.07          0.10          0.10           0.18           0.17          0.24          0.18          0.16           0.12          0.08             0.15         0.08          0.21
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                         17.96                                                     47.13                                                     23.73                        4.30
                                                       .003                                                      .005                                                      .001                        .507




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Table 7: Would you describe your most recent interaction with the Eugene Police as positive or negative? Is that VERY or
         SOMEWHAT (positive/negative)?


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    337             65           112             16             30            99            15             60           121           112              42         177           141               18


 Very negative                        25            4              10            0              2             8             1              5             10             7               3           10           14             1
                                     7%            6%             9%            0%             7%            8%            7%             8%            8%             6%              7%          6%          10%             6%


 Somewhat                            33             4              10            3             7              9             0             8              16             9               0           16           16             1
                                   10%             6%             9%           19%           23%             9%            0%           13%            13%             8%              0%          9%          11%             6%
 negative
                                                                                             +++

 Neutral                              25            6              10            1             3              4             1              5             9              7               4           11            13            0
                                     7%            9%             9%            6%           10%             4%            7%             8%            7%             6%             10%          6%            9%            0%


 Somewhat                            97             12            39             6             8              29            3             16             42            29               9          54            37             6
                                   29%            18%           35%            38%           27%            29%           20%           27%            35%           26%              21%        31%           26%            33%
 positive
                                                     --            +                                                                                      +

 Very positive                      135             30            39             6             8              44            8             24             39            46               25         67            58             10
                                   40%            46%           35%            38%           27%            44%           53%           40%            32%           41%              60%        38%           41%            56%
                                                                                                                                                          --                          +++

 Don't know                           22            9              4             0              2             5             2              2             5             14               1          19              3            0
                                     7%           14%             4%            0%             7%            5%           13%             3%            4%           13%               2%        11%             2%            0%
                                                  +++                                                                                                                +++                         +++              ---


                                    3.90          4.07          3.81           3.94           3.46          3.98          4.31          3.79           3.72          4.00             4.29        3.96          3.79          4.28
   Mean
                                    1.28          1.26          1.28           1.12           1.35          1.29          1.18          1.35           1.30          1.25             1.15        1.22          1.36          1.13
   S.D.                             0.07          0.17          0.12           0.28           0.25          0.13          0.33          0.18           0.12          0.13             0.18        0.10          0.12          0.27
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                                                      31.49                                                                   25.29                                            17.23
                                                                                    .173                                                                    .046                                             .069




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Table 7: Would you describe your most recent interaction with the Eugene Police as positive or negative? Is that VERY or
         SOMEWHAT (positive/negative)?


                                                                  INCOME                               OVERALL IMPRESSION                          LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-                   Positiv                 <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive       Neutral       e         Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   337           51          32          73          69          77          42          26         266            0        202          66            52


 Very negative                       25          3           2           10          1           6           13          4            8          0           20          3              2
                                    7%          6%          6%         14%          1%          8%         31%         15%          3%          0%         10%          5%             4%
                                                                        ++           --                    +++                       ---                    ++

 Somewhat                            33          6           5           8           8           5           11          5           17          0           23          4              5
                                   10%         12%         16%         11%         12%          6%         26%         19%          6%          0%         11%          6%            10%
 negative
                                                                                                           +++                       ---

 Neutral                             25          7           5           4           4           2           2           6           17          0           12          8              4
                                    7%         14%         16%          5%          6%          3%          5%         23%          6%          0%          6%         12%             8%
                                                 +           +                                    -

 Somewhat                            97          15          12          24          24          13          9           8           79          0           62          16             16
                                   29%         29%         38%         33%         35%         17%         21%         31%         30%          0%         31%         24%            31%
 positive
                                                                                                 ---

 Very positive                      135          19          8           22          24          45           7          3          123          0           85          32             15
                                   40%         37%         25%         30%         35%         58%         17%         12%         46%          0%         42%         48%            29%
                                                              -           -                    +++           ---                   +++                                                   -

 Don't know                          22          1           0           5           8           6           0           0           22          0           0           3              10
                                    7%          2%          0%          7%         12%          8%          0%          0%          8%          0%          0%          5%            19%
                                                                                     +                                              ++                                                +++


                                   3.90        3.82        3.59        3.59        4.02        4.21        2.67        3.04        4.20        0.00        3.84        4.11           3.88
   Mean
                                   1.28        1.24        1.21        1.43        1.07        1.30        1.52        1.28        1.06        0.00        1.34        1.15           1.17
   S.D.                            0.07        0.18        0.21        0.17        0.14        0.15        0.24        0.25        0.07        0.00        0.09        0.15           0.18
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                                       41.75                                           86.53                                     48.28
                                                                     .003                                            .001                                      .001




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Table 8: Why would you give that rating?


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                    ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————    —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44          45-54         55-64           65+           Own           Rent         White         Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                      58            27             31            13            11              9            15              9              1           28              28           44            13


 They wouldn't                       11             4             7              1             4             2              3             1              0             5                6          6              4
                                   19%            15%           23%             8%           36%           22%            20%           11%             0%           18%              21%        14%            31%
 listen; I was
 misunderstood


 Insufficient                        11             3             8              0             2             1              5             2             1              9               2           10             1
                                   19%            11%           26%             0%           18%           11%            33%           22%          100%            32%              7%         23%             8%
 staff/slow
 response/non-
 responsive

 Rude/unfriendly/                    9              7              2             4              1            1              2             1              0              2               7          7              2
                                   16%            26%             6%           31%             9%          11%            13%           11%             0%             7%             25%        16%            15%
 unprofessional



 Treated roughly/                    7              4             3              1              1            2              0             3              0             5               2           6              1
                                   12%            15%           10%             8%             9%          22%             0%           33%             0%           18%              7%         14%             8%
 aggressively



 Not helpful for the                 7              1             6              2             2             1              2              0             0             3                3          5              2
                                   12%             4%           19%            15%           18%           11%            13%             0%            0%           11%              11%        11%            15%
 situation



 Traffic ticket                       5             4              1             3              0            1              1              0             0              1               3          5              0
                                     9%           15%             3%           23%             0%          11%             7%             0%            0%             4%             11%        11%             0%




 Incompetent                          4             2              2             1              0            1              1             1              0              2              2            3             1
                                     7%            7%             6%            8%             0%          11%             7%           11%             0%             7%             7%           7%            8%




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General/non-      3    2        1    0          1       0         1     1    0    1       2    2        1
                 5%   7%       3%   0%         9%      0%        7%   11%   0%   4%      7%   5%       8%
specific



Stopped for no    2    1        1    1          0        1        0    0     0    1       1    1        1
                 3%   4%       3%   8%         0%      11%       0%   0%    0%   4%      4%   2%       8%
reason



Profiling         2    1        1    1          1       0         0    0     0    1       1    0         2
                 3%   4%       3%   8%         9%      0%        0%   0%    0%   4%      4%   0%       15%




                       11.60                             36.75                    9.93         11.64
  Chi Square            .237                              .804                    .356          .234




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Table 8: Why would you give that rating?


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                      58              8            20              3             9            17              1            13            26            16               3           26            30              2


 They wouldn't                       11             2             6              0             3              0             0             4              6              1              0            2            8              1
                                   19%            25%           30%             0%           33%             0%            0%           31%            23%             6%             0%           8%          27%            50%
 listen; I was
 misunderstood


 Insufficient                        11             1             3              1             2             4              0             3              2             5                1          6             5              0
                                   19%            13%           15%            33%           22%           24%             0%           23%             8%           31%              33%        23%           17%             0%
 staff/slow
 response/non-
 responsive

 Rude/unfriendly/                    9              0             3              0             1             4             1              2              4             2                1          4             5              0
                                   16%             0%           15%             0%           11%           24%          100%            15%            15%           13%              33%        15%           17%             0%
 unprofessional



 Treated roughly/                    7              1             2              1             1             2              0              0             3             4               0           3             4              0
                                   12%            13%           10%            33%           11%           12%             0%             0%           12%           25%              0%         12%           13%             0%
 aggressively



 Not helpful for the                 7              0             5              0              0            2              0             2              3              1               1          3             4              0
                                   12%             0%           25%             0%             0%          12%             0%           15%            12%             6%             33%        12%           13%             0%
 situation



 Traffic ticket                       5             2              0             0              0            3              0              0             4              1              0            2             2             1
                                     9%           25%             0%            0%             0%          18%             0%             0%           15%             6%             0%           8%            7%           50%




 Incompetent                          4             0              1             1             1              1             0              0             3              1              0           3              1             0
                                     7%            0%             5%           33%           11%             6%            0%             0%           12%             6%             0%         12%             3%            0%




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General/non-      3     1    0    0          1       1    0     2    0    1    0    1    2     0
                 5%   13%   0%   0%        11%      6%   0%   15%   0%   6%   0%   4%   7%    0%
specific



Stopped for no    2    0     0    0          1       1    0    1     0    1    0    2    0     0
                 3%   0%    0%   0%        11%      6%   0%   8%    0%   6%   0%   8%   0%    0%
reason



Profiling         2     1    1    0          0       0    0    0     2    0    0    1    1     0
                 3%   13%   5%   0%         0%      0%   0%   0%    8%   0%   0%   4%   3%    0%




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Table 8: Why would you give that rating?

(continued)
                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                      58              8            20              3             9            17              1            13            26            16              3            26            30              2



                                                                                   41.59                                                                   26.60                                            14.14
   Chi Square                                                                       .617                                                                    .486                                             .720




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Table 8: Why would you give that rating?


                                                                  INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                           LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-              Positiv                      <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive      Neutral   e              Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                     58           9           7          18           9          11          24           9          25           0          43           7              7


 They wouldn't                       11          2           2           4           1           1           4           3           4           0           9           0              1
                                   19%         22%         29%         22%         11%          9%         17%         33%         16%          0%         21%          0%            14%
 listen; I was
 misunderstood


 Insufficient                        11          1           0           2           4           4           4           2           5           0           8           2              1
                                   19%         11%          0%         11%         44%         36%         17%         22%         20%          0%         19%         29%            14%
 staff/slow
 response/non-
 responsive

 Rude/unfriendly/                    9           2           0           4           1           1           6           1           2           0           7           1              1
                                   16%         22%          0%         22%         11%          9%         25%         11%          8%          0%         16%         14%            14%
 unprofessional



 Treated roughly/                    7           1           0           3           0           3           4           1           2           0           5           1              1
                                   12%         11%          0%         17%          0%         27%         17%         11%          8%          0%         12%         14%            14%
 aggressively



 Not helpful for the                 7           1           2           2           0           1           3           0           4           0           5           1              1
                                   12%         11%         29%         11%          0%          9%         13%          0%         16%          0%         12%         14%            14%
 situation



 Traffic ticket                      5           1           2           1           1           0           1           0           4           0           4           1             0
                                    9%         11%         29%          6%         11%          0%          4%          0%         16%          0%          9%         14%            0%




 Incompetent                         4           0           2           0           1           1           1           1           2           0           3           1             0
                                    7%          0%         29%          0%         11%          9%          4%         11%          8%          0%          7%         14%            0%




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General/non-      3    0     0    1     1       0      0     1    2    0    2    0     1
                 5%   0%    0%   6%   11%      0%     0%   11%   8%   0%   5%   0%   14%
specific



Stopped for no    2    0     0    1    0        0      1    0     1    0    1    0     1
                 3%   0%    0%   6%   0%       0%     4%   0%    4%   0%   2%   0%   14%
reason



Profiling         2     1    0    1    0        0      2    0     0    0    2    0    0
                 3%   11%   0%   6%   0%       0%     8%   0%    0%   0%   5%   0%   0%




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Table 8: Why would you give that rating?

(continued)
                                                                  INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                            LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————      ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-                    Positiv                 <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive      Neutral         e         Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————     —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                     58           9           7          18           9          11          24             9         25            0         43            7              7



                                                                    34.01                                           14.84                                      9.24
   Chi Square                                                        .563                                            .673                                      .954




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Table 9: In general, do you trust or distrust the Eugene Police Department? Do you HIGHLY or SOMEWHAT (trust/distrust) the
         Eugene Police Department?


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                     ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44           45-54        55-64           65+           Own            Rent         White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70             59            53            66             74            75           274             113          337             56


 Highly distrust                      18            9              9             2              1             4             3              5             3              13              5            12            4
                                     5%            5%             4%            3%             2%            8%            5%             7%            4%             5%              4%           4%            7%
                                                                                                                                                                                                      --

 Somewhat                             33            18             15            10            8              5             3              3             4              10              22           25            8
                                     8%           10%             7%           14%           14%             9%            5%             4%            5%             4%             19%           7%           14%
 distrust
                                                                                ++                                                                                      ---           +++                          +


 Neither trust nor                    21            13             8             5              4             2             2              3             5              12              6            18            2
                                     5%            7%             4%            7%             7%            4%            3%             4%            7%             4%              5%           5%            4%
 distrust

 Somewhat trust                     149             73            76             26            30             23            30            27             12            95               49         120             27
                                   37%            39%           36%            37%           51%            43%           45%           36%            16%           35%              43%         36%            48%
                                                                                              ++                                                         ---                                                        +

 Highly trust                       172             73            99             26            15             19            25            36             49           139               30         155             15
                                   43%            39%           47%            37%           25%            36%           38%           49%            65%           51%              27%         46%            27%
                                                                                               ---                                                     +++           +++                ---       +++              ---

 Don't know                           7             2              5             1              1             0             3              0             2              5               1            7             0
                                     2%            1%             2%            1%             2%            0%            5%             0%            3%             2%              1%           2%            0%
                                                                                                                            +


                                    4.08          3.98          4.16           3.93           3.86          3.91          4.13          4.16           4.37          4.25             3.69         4.15          3.73
   Mean
                                    1.11          1.14          1.08           1.14           1.02          1.21          1.02          1.14           1.10          1.04             1.19         1.06          1.21
   S.D.                             0.06          0.08          0.08           0.14           0.13          0.17          0.13          0.13           0.13          0.06             0.11         0.06          0.16
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                          5.32                                                     48.45                                                     37.17                       11.81
                                                       .378                                                      .003                                                      .001                        .038




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Table 9: In general, do you trust or distrust the Eugene Police Department? Do you HIGHLY or SOMEWHAT (trust/distrust) the
         Eugene Police Department?


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21             35          111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 Highly distrust                      18            6              7             0              0             5             0              3             9              5               1           7             9             2
                                     5%            7%             5%            0%             0%            5%            0%             4%            6%             4%              2%          3%            6%           11%
                                                                                                                                                                                                     -

 Somewhat                             33            2             17             2             4              7             1              7             15             8               3           16           17             0
                                     8%            2%           13%            10%           11%             6%            5%             9%           11%             6%              6%          7%          12%             0%
 distrust
                                                    --           ++                                                                                                                                               +


 Neither trust nor                    21            3              8             1              2             7             0              7             7              6               1           12            7             1
                                     5%            4%             6%            5%             6%            6%            0%             9%            5%             5%              2%          5%            5%            5%
 distrust

 Somewhat trust                     149             28            49             10            13             45            4             33             44            51               20         88            57             4
                                   37%            34%           37%            48%           37%            41%           21%           42%            31%           40%              41%        38%           39%            21%
                                                                                                                                                          -

 Highly trust                       172             42            49             7             15             45            14            27             65            56               22        104            56             12
                                   43%            51%           37%            33%           43%            41%           74%           35%            46%           43%              45%        44%           38%            63%
                                                                                                                                           -

 Don't know                           7             2              1             1              1             2             0              1             1              3               2           7             0             0
                                     2%            2%             1%            5%             3%            2%            0%             1%            1%             2%              4%          3%            0%            0%
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ++


                                    4.08          4.21          3.89           4.10           4.15          4.08          4.63          3.96           4.01          4.15             4.26        4.17          3.92          4.26
   Mean
                                    1.11          1.14          1.20           0.91           0.99          1.07          0.76          1.08           1.24          1.04             0.94        1.02          1.21          1.28
   S.D.                             0.06          0.13          0.11           0.20           0.17          0.10          0.17          0.12           0.10          0.09             0.14        0.07          0.10          0.29
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                                                      26.97                                                                   13.60                                            16.83
                                                                                    .357                                                                    .556                                             .078




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Table 9: In general, do you trust or distrust the Eugene Police Department? Do you HIGHLY or SOMEWHAT (trust/distrust) the
         Eugene Police Department?


                                                                   INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                          LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-                   Positiv                 <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive       Neutral       e         Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31         311          63         202          66            52


 Highly distrust                     18          3           0           7           2           3           10          1            6          1           12          3              0
                                    5%          5%          0%          8%          3%          3%         19%          3%          2%          2%          6%          5%             0%
                                                                         +                                 +++                       ---

 Somewhat                            33          10          5           11          2           3           20          3           10          4           18          7              3
                                    8%         15%         13%         13%          3%          3%         38%         10%          3%          6%          9%         11%             6%
 distrust
                                                ++                        +          --           -        +++                       ---


 Neither trust nor                   21          9           2           3           3           2           5           9            7          5           11          1              3
                                    5%         14%          5%          4%          4%          2%         10%         29%          2%          8%          5%          2%             6%
 distrust                                      +++                                                                     +++           ---

 Somewhat trust                     149          14          19          31          39          31          12          12         124          26          73          25             19
                                   37%         22%         49%         36%         50%         36%         23%         39%         40%         41%         36%         38%            37%
                                                 ---                               +++                        --                     ++

 Highly trust                       172          27          13          31          32          47           4           5         162          22          87          29             27
                                   43%         42%         33%         36%         41%         54%          8%         16%         52%         35%         43%         44%            52%
                                                                                                ++           ---         ---       +++

 Don't know                          7           2           0           2           0           1           1           1            2          5           1           1              0
                                    2%          3%          0%          2%          0%          1%          2%          3%          1%          8%          0%          2%             0%
                                                                                                                                     ---       +++            -


                                   4.08        3.83        4.03        3.82        4.24        4.35        2.61        3.57        4.38        4.10        4.02        4.08           4.35
   Mean
                                   1.11        1.28        0.96        1.30        0.86        0.96        1.27        1.01        0.84        0.95        1.18        1.15           0.84
   S.D.                            0.06        0.16        0.15        0.14        0.10        0.10        0.18        0.18        0.05        0.12        0.08        0.14           0.12
   S.E.

   Chi Square                                                       45.31                                          168.84                                     26.67
                                                                     .001                                           .001                                       .032




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Table 10: On what do you base your opinions about the Eugene Police Department? (READ CHOICES IF NECESSARY;
          MULTIPLE RESPONSES POSSIBLE)


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                    ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————    —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44           45-54        55-64           65+           Own           Rent         White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70            59             53            66             74            75           274             113         337             56


 First hand                         296            145           151             49            48             45            56            57             39           204               84        249             40
                                   74%            77%           71%            70%           81%            85%           85%           77%            52%           74%              74%        74%            71%
 experience or as
                                                                                                               +           ++                            ---
 a witness

 Media                              153             75            78             24            23             14            21            25             45           106               45        131             21
                                   38%            40%           37%            34%           39%            26%           32%           34%            60%           39%              40%        39%            38%
                                                                                                               -                                       +++


 Word of mouth                      102             52            50             27            16             14            15            10             19            57               38         80             19
                                   26%            28%           24%            39%           27%            26%           23%           14%            25%           21%              34%        24%            34%
                                                                               +++                                                        ---                          ---             ++           -


 Don't know                           7             1              6             2              1             0             2              1             1              5               1           6             1
                                     2%            1%             3%            3%             2%            0%            3%             1%            1%             2%              1%          2%            2%
                                                     -             +



                                                       3.53                                                     29.99                                                     4.72                        1.84
   Chi Square                                          .316                                                      .012                                                     .194                        .606


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————

                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401           97402        97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21            35           111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 First hand                         296             53           104             13            28             84            14            53            110            91               40        144            133            18
                                   74%            64%           79%            62%           80%            76%           74%           68%            78%           71%              82%        62%            91%           95%
 experience or as
                                                     --            +                                                                                                                               ---          +++
 a witness

 Media                              153             42            44             6             9              44            8             26             49            59               18        113             35            5
                                   38%            51%           34%            29%           26%            40%           42%           33%            35%           46%              37%        48%            24%           26%
                                                  +++                                                                                                                 ++                         +++              ---


 Word of mouth                      102             17             38            10              7            26              4            17            33            39              12           68            28               6

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              26%   20%   29%   48%        20%      23%   21%   22%   23%      30%   24%   29%     19%    32%
                                                                                             +       --


Don't know     7     0     1     0           1        5    0     2     0        4     1     7        0      0
              2%    0%    1%    0%          3%       5%   0%    3%    0%       3%    2%    3%       0%     0%
                                                    +++                                    ++



                                  22.22                                 7.72                     34.76
 Chi Square                        .102                                 .563                      .001




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Table 10: On what do you base your opinions about the Eugene Police Department? (READ CHOICES IF NECESSARY;
          MULTIPLE RESPONSES POSSIBLE)


                                                                   INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                          LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-                   Positiv                 <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive       Neutral       e         Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31         311          63         202          66             52


 First hand                         296          41          31          66          56          68          40          23         230          15         189          55             30
                                   74%         63%         79%         78%         72%         78%         77%         74%         74%         24%         94%         83%            58%
 experience or as
                                                  --                                                                                             ---       +++            +             ---
 a witness

 Media                              153          23          15          34          36          25          23          14         115          40          61          17             28
                                   38%         35%         38%         40%         46%         29%         44%         45%         37%         63%         30%         26%            54%
                                                                                                  --                                           +++           ---          --           ++


 Word of mouth                      102          14          12          25          20          18          13          9           79          21          44          14             17
                                   26%         22%         31%         29%         26%         21%         25%         29%         25%         33%         22%         21%            33%
                                                                                                                                                              -


 Don't know                          7           3           0           1           0           1           0           0           6           3           0           1              1
                                    2%          5%          0%          1%          0%          1%          0%          0%          2%          5%          0%          2%             2%
                                                 +                                                                                              ++



                                                                    11.79                                           2.35                                      68.56
   Chi Square                                                        .463                                           .885                                       .001




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Table 12: What has worked well,either for you personally, or that you are aware of, related to the Eugene Police?


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                     ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44          45-54         55-64           65+           Own           Rent          White         Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70            59             53            66             74            75           274             113          337             56


 Handle problems                     81             36            45             15            10             12            14            17             13            54               26          71             10
                                   20%            19%           21%            21%           17%            23%           21%           23%            17%           20%              23%         21%            18%
 effectively/
 competently/
 helpful

 Police presence                     49             27            22             9             10             8             11             6             5             35               13          41             8
                                   12%            14%           10%            13%           17%            15%           17%             8%            7%           13%              12%         12%            14%




 Nice/friendly/                       33            15             18            5             6              4             7             8              3              22              11           27            6
                                     8%            8%             8%            7%           10%             8%           11%           11%             4%             8%             10%           8%           11%
 polite



 Doing a good job                     27            10             17            3              2             1             5              5             10             25               1           25            2
                                     7%            5%             8%            4%             3%            2%            8%             7%           13%             9%              1%           7%            4%
                                                                                                                                                        ++            +++               ---



 Quick response                       25            11             14            4              2             3             4              5             6              19              6            20            4
                                     6%            6%             7%            6%             3%            6%            6%             7%            8%             7%              5%           6%            7%




 Nothing                              20            13             7             4              3             4             5              4             0              10              10           12            5
                                     5%            7%             3%            6%             5%            8%            8%             5%            0%             4%              9%           4%            9%
                                                     +              -                                                                                                    -             ++            ---



 Easy to reach/                       19            8              11            3              0             3             4              6             2              14              4            17            1
                                     5%            4%             5%            4%             0%            6%            6%             8%            3%             5%              4%           5%            2%
 communication



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Outreach to       15    7    8    4          2       4    1    3    1     12    3    11    4
                 4%    4%   4%   6%         3%      8%   2%   4%   1%    4%    3%   3%    7%
community



Volunteers        4     1    3    2          0       0    0    1    1     2     2    3     0
                 1%    1%   1%   3%         0%      0%   0%   1%   1%    1%    2%   1%    0%
                                  +



From what I've    2     1    1    0          0       0    0    0     2    2     0    2     0
                 1%    1%   0%   0%         0%      0%   0%   0%    3%   1%    0%   1%    0%
heard/seen
                                                                   +++




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                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                    ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————    —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44           45-54        55-64           65+           Own            Rent        White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70             59            53            66             74            75           274             113         337             56


 Canine unit                          1             1              0             0              0             0             1              0             0              1               0           1             0
                                     0%            1%             0%            0%             0%            0%            2%             0%            0%             0%              0%          0%            0%
                                                                                                                           ++



 Other                                15            8              7             4              4             2             0              5             0              6               7           14            1
                                     4%            4%             3%            6%             7%            4%            0%             7%            0%             2%              6%          4%            2%
                                                                                                                                                                        --



 Don't know                         124             55            69             20            21             15            18            17             33            83               34        105             18
                                   31%            29%           33%            29%           36%            28%           27%           23%            44%           30%              30%        31%            32%
                                                                                                                                           -           +++




                                                       7.96                                                     69.38                                                     20.37                       9.77
   Chi Square                                          .788                                                      .191                                                      .060                       .636




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                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21            35           111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 Handle problems                     81             13            28             3             9              23            5             14             27            27               13         40            37             4
                                   20%            16%           21%            14%           26%            21%           26%           18%            19%           21%              27%        17%           25%            21%
 effectively/
                                                                                                                                                                                                    -             +
 competently/
 helpful

 Police presence                     49             8             17             3              3             13            5              5             16            21               6          32            16             1
                                   12%            10%           13%            14%             9%           12%           26%             6%           11%           16%              12%        14%           11%             5%
                                                                                                                                            -                           +



 Nice/friendly/                       33            7              9             3              2             11            1              6             14             9               4           20            12            1
                                     8%            8%             7%           14%             6%           10%            5%             8%           10%             7%              8%          9%            8%            5%
 polite



 Doing a good job                     27            9              6             2              1             7             2              3             10             12              1           19            6             2
                                     7%           11%             5%           10%             3%            6%           11%             4%            7%             9%              2%          8%            4%           11%
                                                    +



 Quick response                       25            6              9             2              1             5             2              6             10             5               4           11            13            1
                                     6%            7%             7%           10%             3%            5%           11%             8%            7%             4%              8%          5%            9%            5%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   +



 Nothing                              20            3              9             0              3             5             0              5             9              4               2            4            12            4
                                     5%            4%             7%            0%             9%            5%            0%             6%            6%             3%              4%          2%            8%           21%
                                                                                                                                                                                                    ---          ++



 Easy to reach/                       19            4              5             2              1             7             0              3             4              8               3           7             11            1
                                     5%            5%             4%           10%             3%            6%            0%             4%            3%             6%              6%          3%            8%            5%
 communication                                                                                                                                                                                      --           ++




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Outreach to       15    4     6    1          1       3    0    2    4    5    4    9    4     2
                 4%    5%    5%   5%         3%      3%   0%   3%   3%   4%   8%   4%   3%   11%
community
                                                                               +



Volunteers        4     1     1    0          0       2    0    0    1    2    1    2    2     0
                 1%    1%    1%   0%         0%      2%   0%   0%   1%   2%   2%   1%   1%    0%




From what I've    2      2    0    0          0       0    0    0    2    0    0    2    0     0
                 1%     2%   0%   0%         0%      0%   0%   0%   1%   0%   0%   1%   0%    0%
heard/seen
                       +++                                           +




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                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21             35          111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 Canine unit                          1             0              0             0              0             1             0              0             0              0               1           0             1             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            0%             0%            1%            0%             0%            0%             0%              2%          0%            1%            0%
                                                                                                                                                                                      +++



 Other                                15            6              2             0              3             3             1              4             7              3               1           7             7             1
                                     4%            7%             2%            0%             9%            3%            5%             5%            5%             2%              2%          3%            5%            5%
                                                    +



 Don't know                         124             24            43             7             12             33            5             33             42            37               12         89            32             2
                                   31%            29%           33%            33%           34%            30%           26%           42%            30%           29%              24%        38%           22%            11%
                                                                                                                                         ++                                                      +++             ---




                                                                                   43.25                                                                   37.28                                            49.36
   Chi Square                                                                       .949                                                                    .410                                             .002




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                                                                  INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                           LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-              Positiv                      <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive      Neutral   e              Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31        311           63         202          66            52


 Handle problems                     81          9           8           18          16          23          6           3           71           3          53          15             8
                                   20%         14%         21%         21%         21%         26%         12%         10%         23%          5%         26%         23%            15%
 effectively/
                                                                                                              -                     ++           ---       +++
 competently/
 helpful

 Police presence                     49          5           5           10          12          12          8           2           39          8           28          7              5
                                   12%          8%         13%         12%         15%         14%         15%          6%         13%         13%         14%         11%            10%




 Nice/friendly/                      33          6           3           5           10          7           0           2           31          3           14          9              7
                                    8%          9%          8%          6%         13%          8%          0%          6%         10%          5%          7%         14%            13%
 polite
                                                                                                                                    ++                                   +



 Doing a good job                    27          3           1           6           5           7           3           2           22          4           9           5              5
                                    7%          5%          3%          7%          6%          8%          6%          6%          7%          6%          4%          8%            10%
                                                                                                                                                              -



 Quick response                      25          2           3           6           7           2           0           3           22          2           16          4             3
                                    6%          3%          8%          7%          9%          2%          0%         10%          7%          3%          8%          6%            6%
                                                                                                  -



 Nothing                             20          4           3           8           2           0           11          0            8          0           17          3             0
                                    5%          6%          8%          9%          3%          0%         21%          0%          3%          0%          8%          5%            0%
                                                                        ++                                 +++                       ---                   +++



 Easy to reach/                      19          1           1           1           4           8           2           2           15          1           16          1             1
                                    5%          2%          3%          1%          5%          9%          4%          6%          5%          2%          8%          2%            2%
 communication                                                            -                     ++                                                         +++




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Outreach to       15    3    2    4    1       4      3    0    12    4    6    2    3
                 4%    5%   5%   5%   1%      5%     6%   0%   4%    6%   3%   3%   6%
community



Volunteers        4     1    0    0    0       1      0    0    4     1    3    0    0
                 1%    2%   0%   0%   0%      1%     0%   0%   1%    2%   1%   0%   0%




From what I've    2     0    0    0    1       0      0    0    2     1    0    0    0
                 1%    0%   0%   0%   1%      0%     0%   0%   1%    2%   0%   0%   0%
heard/seen




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                                                                  INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                           LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-                   Positiv                 <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive      Neutral        e         Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31        311           63        202           66            52


 Canine unit                         1           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           1           0           1           0              0
                                    0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%             0%




 Other                               15          3           5           3           1           3           2           4           9           4           7           1              3
                                    4%          5%         13%          4%          1%          3%          4%         13%          3%          6%          3%          2%             6%
                                                           +++                                                         +++            -



 Don't know                         124          31          8           26          23          24          17          13          90          33          41          23             18
                                   31%         48%         21%         31%         29%         28%         33%         42%         29%         52%         20%         35%            35%
                                               +++                                                                                    -        +++           ---




                                                                    55.72                                           63.92                                     69.63
   Chi Square                                                        .207                                            .001                                      .001




                                                             Prepared by Advanced Marketing Research, Inc.




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                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                     ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44          45-54         55-64           65+           Own           Rent          White         Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70            59             53            66             74            75           274             113          337             56


 Funding/more                       179             71           108             25            32             23            34            34             31           137               39         151             25
                                   45%            38%           51%            36%           54%            43%           52%           46%            41%           50%              35%         45%            45%
 officers/quicker
                                                    ---         +++               -                                                                                  +++                ---
 response

 Attitude issues                     43             23             20            12            11             6             6              6             2              18              25          33             8
                                   11%            12%             9%           17%           19%            11%            9%             8%            3%             7%             22%         10%            14%
                                                                                  +           ++                                                         --             ---           +++


 Policy/politics                      20            14             6             1              2             2             3              2             9              13              7            17            2
                                     5%            7%             3%            1%             3%            4%            5%             3%           12%             5%              6%           5%            4%
                                                   ++              --                                                                                  +++


 Public                               16            9              7             0              2            6              2              5             0              11              4            12            2
                                     4%            5%             3%            0%             3%          11%             3%             7%            0%             4%              4%           4%            4%
 outreach/PR
                                                                                                           +++


 Communication                        14            4              10            0              0             1             3              4             5              13              0            12            1
                                     4%            2%             5%            0%             0%            2%            5%             5%            7%             5%              0%           4%            2%
 issues
                                                                                                                                                         +             ++


 Force/                               12            8              4             4              1             0             1              3             3              5               7            9             3
                                     3%            4%             2%            6%             2%            0%            2%             4%            4%             2%              6%           3%            5%
 aggressiveness/
                                                                                                                                                                        --             ++
 profiling

 Nothing                              11            4              7             4              2             0             2              1             2              5               5            11            0
                                     3%            2%             3%            6%             3%            0%            3%             1%            3%             2%              4%           3%            0%
                                                                                 +                                                                                       -


 More authority for                   10            5              5             0              1             2             1              2             3              8               2            10            0
                                     3%            3%             2%            0%             2%            4%            2%             3%            4%             3%              2%           3%            0%
 police


 Crime                                10            4              6             2              0             1             3              2             2              8               2            7             3
                                     3%            2%             3%            3%             0%            2%            5%             3%            3%             3%              2%           2%            5%
 prevention/public
 safety

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Location issues    2    0    2    0          1       0    0    0    1    1    1    2    0
                  1%   0%   1%   0%         2%      0%   0%   0%   1%   0%   1%   1%   0%



Police             1    1    0    0          0       0    0    0    1    1    0    1    0
                  0%   1%   0%   0%         0%      0%   0%   0%   1%   0%   0%   0%   0%
Commission
                                                                   ++
issues

Always room for    1    1    0    0          0       0    0    1    0    1    0    1    0
                  0%   1%   0%   0%         0%      0%   0%   1%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%
improvement
                                                              ++




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                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                    ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————    —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44           45-54        55-64           65+           Own            Rent        White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70             59            53            66             74            75           274             113         337             56


 Everything                           1             0              1             0              0             0             1              0             0              1               0           1             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            0%             0%            0%            2%             0%            0%             0%              0%          0%            0%
                                                                                                                           ++


 Other                                7             4              3             1              0             1             1              2             2              6               0           5             2
                                     2%            2%             1%            1%             0%            2%            2%             3%            3%             2%              0%          1%            4%



 Don't know                          88             47            41             22            12             12            12            14             16            57               24         77             11
                                   22%            25%           19%            31%           20%            23%           18%           19%            21%           21%              21%        23%            20%
                                                                                ++



                                                      20.55                                                     87.52                                                     39.55                      10.60
   Chi Square                                          .114                                                      .077                                                      .001                       .717




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                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21            35           111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 Funding/more                       179             30            62             9             14             54            10            27             63            65               23        101            68             10
                                   45%            36%           47%            43%           40%            49%           53%           35%            45%           50%              47%        43%           47%            53%
 officers/quicker
                                                     -                                                                                     --
 response

 Attitude issues                     43             8             15             4             6              8             2             9              17              6              11          11           30             2
                                   11%            10%           11%            19%           17%             7%           11%           12%            12%             5%             22%          5%          21%            11%
                                                                                                                                                                        ---           +++           ---        +++


 Policy/politics                      20            7              8             0              0             5             0              4             7              6               2           13            6             1
                                     5%            8%             6%            0%             0%            5%            0%             5%            5%             5%              4%          6%            4%            5%



 Public                               16            5              2             1              3             5             0              0             4              8               3           8             8             0
                                     4%            6%             2%            5%             9%            5%            0%             0%            3%             6%              6%          3%            5%            0%
 outreach/PR
                                                                    -


 Communication                        14            3              3             0              3             5             0              4             1              6               2           7             4             2
                                     4%            4%             2%            0%             9%            5%            0%             5%            1%             5%              4%          3%            3%           11%
 issues
                                                                                                +                                                        --


 Force/                               12            6              2             0              1             3             0              2             8              2               0           6             6             0
                                     3%            7%             2%            0%             3%            3%            0%             3%            6%             2%              0%          3%            4%            0%
 aggressiveness/
                                                   ++                                                                                                   ++
 profiling

 Nothing                              11            2              5             2              1             1             0              3             6              2               0           6             5             0
                                     3%            2%             4%           10%             3%            1%            0%             4%            4%             2%              0%          3%            3%            0%



 More authority for                   10             7             1             0              0             1             1              1             5              3               1           8             0             2
                                     3%             8%            1%            0%             0%            1%            5%             1%            4%             2%              2%          3%            0%           11%
 police
                                                   +++


 Crime                                10            1              5             0              0             2             2              4             2              3               1           9             1             0
                                     3%            1%             4%            0%             0%            2%           11%             5%            1%             2%              2%          4%            1%            0%
 prevention/public
                                                                                                                                           +                                                       ++              -
 safety

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Location issues    2    0    0    1          0       1    0    0    1    1    0    1    1     0
                  1%   0%   0%   5%         0%      1%   0%   0%   1%   1%   0%   0%   1%    0%



Police             1    0    0    0          0       1    0    0    0    1    0    1    0     0
                  0%   0%   0%   0%         0%      1%   0%   0%   0%   1%   0%   0%   0%    0%
Commission
issues

Always room for    1    1    0    0          0       0    0    1    0    0    0    1    0     0
                  0%   1%   0%   0%         0%      0%   0%   1%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%    0%
improvement
                        +                                     ++




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(continued)
                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21             35          111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 Everything                           1             0              0             0              0             1             0              0             0              1              0            1             0             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            0%             0%            1%            0%             0%            0%             1%             0%           0%            0%            0%



 Other                                7             1              1             1              0             3             1              1             2              3              1            5             2             0
                                     2%            1%             1%            5%             0%            3%            5%             1%            1%             2%             2%           2%            1%            0%



 Don't know                          88             15            30             4             9              27            3             24             29            26               9          61            23             4
                                   22%            18%           23%            19%           26%            24%           16%           31%            21%           20%              18%        26%           16%            21%
                                                                                                                                         ++                                                       ++              --



                                                                                   84.82                                                                   50.08                                            48.63
   Chi Square                                                                       .110                                                                    .183                                             .009




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Table 13: What can be improved,either for you personally, or that you are aware of, related to the Eugene Police?


                                                                   INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                          LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-               Positiv                     <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive       Neutral   e             Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31         311          63         202          66            52


 Funding/more                       179          17          17          41          38          47          19          8          149          23          92          30             25
                                   45%         26%         44%         48%         49%         54%         37%         26%         48%         37%         46%         45%            48%
 officers/quicker
                                                 ---                                            ++                       --          ++
 response

 Attitude issues                     43          9           5           13          3           6           19          12          12          5           35          0              3
                                   11%         14%         13%         15%          4%          7%         37%         39%          4%          8%         17%          0%             6%
                                                                                     --                    +++         +++           ---                   +++


 Policy/politics                     20          4           1           7           2           3           5           0           15          3           7           5              4
                                    5%          6%          3%          8%          3%          3%         10%          0%          5%          5%          3%          8%             8%



 Public                              16          0           1           6           2           3           3           1           12          2           9           2              3
                                    4%          0%          3%          7%          3%          3%          6%          3%          4%          3%          4%          3%             6%
 outreach/PR


 Communication                       14          1           1           1           4           4           2           1           11          2           7           3              1
                                    4%          2%          3%          1%          5%          5%          4%          3%          4%          3%          3%          5%             2%
 issues


 Force/                              12          4           3           2           2           0           3           1           7           2           7           2              1
                                    3%          6%          8%          2%          3%          0%          6%          3%          2%          3%          3%          3%             2%
 aggressiveness/
                                                             +
 profiling

 Nothing                             11          4           3           1           3           0           0           0           11          2           5           2              2
                                    3%          6%          8%          1%          4%          0%          0%          0%          4%          3%          2%          3%             4%
                                                 +          ++                                                                        +


 More authority for                  10          1           0           2           1           4           1           0           9           2           4           4              0
                                    3%          2%          0%          2%          1%          5%          2%          0%          3%          3%          2%          6%             0%
 police
                                                                                                                                                                        ++


 Crime                               10          2           2           0           2           4           0           0           10          2           3           3              1
                                    3%          3%          5%          0%          3%          5%          0%          0%          3%          3%          1%          5%             2%
 prevention/public
                                                                                                                                      +
 safety

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Location issues    2    0    0    0    0       0      0    0     2    1    1    0    0
                  1%   0%   0%   0%   0%      0%     0%   0%    1%   2%   0%   0%   0%



Police             1    0    0    0    1       0      0     1    0    0    0    0     1
                  0%   0%   0%   0%   1%      0%     0%    3%   0%   0%   0%   0%    2%
Commission
                                      ++                  +++                       +++
issues

Always room for    1    0    0    0    1       0      0     1    0    0    0    1    0
                  0%   0%   0%   0%   1%      0%     0%    3%   0%   0%   0%   2%   0%
improvement
                                      ++                  +++                  ++




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(continued)
                                                                  INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                           LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-                   Positiv                 <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive       Neutral       e         Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31         311          63         202          66            52


 Everything                          1           0           0           0           0           1           0           0           1           0           0           1              0
                                    0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          1%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          2%             0%
                                                                                                 +                                                                      ++


 Other                               7           1           0           1           2           2           0           1           6           0           6           0              1
                                    2%          2%          0%          1%          3%          2%          0%          3%          2%          0%          3%          0%             2%
                                                                                                                                                             +


 Don't know                          88          23          6           16          21          14           4          8           74          19          37          15             12
                                   22%         35%         15%         19%         27%         16%          8%         26%         24%         30%         18%         23%            23%
                                               +++                                                           ---                                  +           -



                                                                    70.93                                          110.95                                     53.86
   Chi Square                                                        .086                                           .001                                       .104




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Table 14: What do you feel is the biggest public safety concern in the Eugene area?


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                    ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————    —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44          45-54         55-64           65+           Own           Rent         White         Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70            59             53            66             74            75           274             113         337             56


 Crime/drugs/                       238            108           130             41            40             36            40            39             40           166               66        204             33
                                   60%            57%           61%            59%           68%            68%           61%           53%            53%           61%              58%        61%            59%
 gangs


 Traffic issues                      50             23            27             10             3             5             9             12             11            35               13         41             8
                                   13%            12%           13%            14%             5%            9%           14%           16%            15%           13%              12%        12%            14%
                                                                                                 -


 Homeless/                           43             16            27             6              4             4             10            11             8             31               11         39             3
                                   11%             9%           13%             9%             7%            8%           15%           15%            11%           11%              10%        12%             5%
 transients


 Funding/police                       22            10             12            1              4             1             7              3             5              16              5           20            1
                                     6%            5%             6%            1%             7%            2%           11%             4%            7%             6%              4%          6%            2%
 presence/jail beds
                                                                                  -                                        ++


 Downtown                             18            8              10            1              1             1             2              7             5              17              1           16            1
                                     5%            4%             5%            1%             2%            2%            3%             9%            7%             6%              1%          5%            2%
                                                                                                                                          ++                           ++               --


 Occupy Eugene                        13            9              4             0              1             1             2              3             6              13              0           13            0
                                     3%            5%             2%            0%             2%            2%            3%             4%            8%             5%              0%          4%            0%
                                                                                                                                                        ++             ++


 Police                               6             4              2             1              2             0             1              2             0              4               2           6             0
                                     2%            2%             1%            1%             3%            0%            2%             3%            0%             1%              2%          2%            0%
 behavior/attitude


 Nothing                              4             3              1             0              0             1             1              1             1              4               0           3             0
                                     1%            2%             0%            0%             0%            2%            2%             1%            1%             1%              0%          1%            0%



 Policies/politics                    3             3              0             0              1             1             0              0             1              1               2           2             1
                                     1%            2%             0%            0%             2%            2%            0%             0%            1%             0%              2%          1%            2%
                                                    +


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Police are too    2    2    0    0          0       0     0    1    1    2    0    2    0
                 1%   1%   0%   0%         0%      0%    0%   1%   1%   1%   0%   1%   0%
restricted


Street            2    2    0    0          0        2    0    0    0    0    2    1    0
                 1%   1%   0%   0%         0%       4%   0%   0%   0%   0%   2%   0%   0%
maintenance
                                                   +++                       ++
issues

Racism            1    0    1    0          0       1     0    0    0    1    0    0    1
                 0%   0%   0%   0%         0%      2%    0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   2%
                                                   ++                                  ++




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Table 14: What do you feel is the biggest public safety concern in the Eugene area?

(continued)
                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                    ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————    —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44           45-54        55-64           65+           Own            Rent        White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70             59            53            66             74            75           274             113         337             56


 Other                                1             0              1             1              0             0             0              0             0              0               0           1             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            1%             0%            0%            0%             0%            0%             0%              0%          0%            0%
                                                                                ++


 Don't know                           33            14             19            10            8              3             3              3             6              16              15          23            10
                                     8%            7%             9%           14%           14%             6%            5%             4%            8%             6%             13%          7%           18%
                                                                                ++                                                                                      ---            ++            --         +++



                                                      16.66                                                     80.76                                                     26.59                      23.47
   Chi Square                                          .215                                                      .090                                                      .014                       .036




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Table 14: What do you feel is the biggest public safety concern in the Eugene area?


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21            35           111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 Crime/drugs/                       238             52            85             10            20             61            10            44             76            89               27        142            84             11
                                   60%            63%           65%            48%           57%            55%           53%           56%            54%           69%              55%        61%           58%            58%
 gangs
                                                                                                                                                          -          +++


 Traffic issues                      50             8             14             5              3             19            1             9              17            14               10         27            19             4
                                   13%            10%           11%            24%             9%           17%            5%           12%            12%           11%              20%        12%           13%            21%
                                                                                                               +                                                                         +


 Homeless/                           43             12             11            1              3             16            0             9              15            13               6          26            15             2
                                   11%            14%             8%            5%             9%           14%            0%           12%            11%           10%              12%        11%           10%            11%
 transients


 Funding/police                       22            3              7             0              3             6             3              4             8              6               3           12            8             2
                                     6%            4%             5%            0%             9%            5%           16%             5%            6%             5%              6%          5%            5%           11%
 presence/jail beds


 Downtown                             18            5              4             1              0             8             0              4             7              4               3           7             10            1
                                     5%            6%             3%            5%             0%            7%            0%             5%            5%             3%              6%          3%            7%            5%
                                                                                                                                                                                                     -             +


 Occupy Eugene                        13            4              2             0              1             4             2              3             3              6               1           8             4             1
                                     3%            5%             2%            0%             3%            4%           11%             4%            2%             5%              2%          3%            3%            5%



 Police                               6             0              3             0              1             2             0              1             3              1               1           3             3             0
                                     2%            0%             2%            0%             3%            2%            0%             1%            2%             1%              2%          1%            2%            0%
 behavior/attitude


 Nothing                              4             1              2             0              0             1             0              0             3              1               0           1             2             1
                                     1%            1%             2%            0%             0%            1%            0%             0%            2%             1%              0%          0%            1%            5%
                                                                                                                                                         +


 Policies/politics                    3             0              0             0              1             2             0              0             2              1               0           1             2             0
                                     1%            0%             0%            0%             3%            2%            0%             0%            1%             1%              0%          0%            1%            0%



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Police are too    2     2    0    0          0       0    0    1     0    0    1     2    0     0
                 1%    2%   0%   0%         0%      0%   0%   1%    0%   0%   2%    1%   0%    0%
restricted
                      +++


Street            2    0     2    0          0       0    0     2    0    0    0     0    2     0
                 1%   0%    2%   0%         0%      0%   0%    3%   0%   0%   0%    0%   1%    0%
maintenance
                            ++                                +++                         +
issues

Racism            1    0     0    0          0       1    0    0     0    0     1    0    1     0
                 0%   0%    0%   0%         0%      1%   0%   0%    0%   0%    2%   0%   1%    0%
                                                                              +++




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Table 14: What do you feel is the biggest public safety concern in the Eugene area?

(continued)
                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21             35          111             19             78           141           129             49          234           146               19


 Other                                1             0              0             1              0             0             0              1             0              0              0            1             0             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            5%             0%            0%            0%             1%            0%             0%             0%           0%            0%            0%
                                                                                                                                          ++


 Don't know                           33            4              11            4             4              7             3             9              14             7              3            22            10            1
                                     8%            5%             8%           19%           11%             6%           16%           12%            10%             5%             6%           9%            7%            5%




                                                                                   80.88                                                                   40.44                                            19.45
   Chi Square                                                                       .088                                                                    .406                                             .817




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Table 14: What do you feel is the biggest public safety concern in the Eugene area?


                                                                  INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                           LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-              Positiv                      <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive      Neutral   e              Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31         311          63         202          66            52


 Crime/drugs/                       238          34          24          49          50          53          26          10         199          41         116          37             34
                                   60%         52%         62%         58%         64%         61%         50%         32%         64%         65%         57%         56%            65%
 gangs
                                                                                                                         ---       +++


 Traffic issues                      50          10          4           13          9           10          10          7           32          7           29          6              7
                                   13%         15%         10%         15%         12%         11%         19%         23%         10%         11%         14%          9%            13%
                                                                                                                         +            --


 Homeless/                           43          8           3           8           7           8           7           2           32          6           16          11             6
                                   11%         12%          8%          9%          9%          9%         13%          6%         10%         10%          8%         17%            12%
 transients
                                                                                                                                                              -           +


 Funding/police                      22          5           2           3           4           5           4           1           17          5           12          2              2
                                    6%          8%          5%          4%          5%          6%          8%          3%          5%          8%          6%          3%             4%
 presence/jail beds


 Downtown                            18          2           0           2           5           5           1           2           15          1           11          3              2
                                    5%          3%          0%          2%          6%          6%          2%          6%          5%          2%          5%          5%             4%



 Occupy Eugene                       13          0           0           2           3           7           0           1           12          2           5           2              2
                                    3%          0%          0%          2%          4%          8%          0%          3%          4%          3%          2%          3%             4%
                                                                                               +++


 Police                              6           1           1           1           1           1           3           0           3           0           5           0              1
                                    2%          2%          3%          1%          1%          1%          6%          0%          1%          0%          2%          0%             2%
 behavior/attitude
                                                                                                           +++                        -


 Nothing                             4           1           0           1           0           2           0           1           3           1           3           0              0
                                    1%          2%          0%          1%          0%          2%          0%          3%          1%          2%          1%          0%             0%



 Policies/politics                   3           1           1           0           0           1           1           0           2           0           2           1              0
                                    1%          2%          3%          0%          0%          1%          2%          0%          1%          0%          1%          2%             0%



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Police are too    2    0    0    0    1       1      0     1    1    0    1    1    0
                 1%   0%   0%   0%   1%      1%     0%    3%   0%   0%   0%   2%   0%
restricted
                                                          ++


Street            2    0    0    0    1       0       2    0    0    0    2    0    0
                 1%   0%   0%   0%   1%      0%      4%   0%   0%   0%   1%   0%   0%
maintenance
                                                    +++
issues

Racism            1    0    0    0    0       0      0     0    1    0    1    0    0
                 0%   0%   0%   0%   0%      0%     0%    0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%




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Table 14: What do you feel is the biggest public safety concern in the Eugene area?

(continued)
                                                                  INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                           LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-                   Positiv                 <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive      Neutral        e         Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31        311           63        202           66           52


 Other                               1           1           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           1           0           0             0
                                    0%          2%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          2%          0%          0%            0%
                                                ++                                                                                              ++


 Don't know                          33          8           4           9           3           6           2           8           23          6           16          9             2
                                    8%         12%         10%         11%          4%          7%          4%         26%          7%         10%          8%         14%            4%
                                                                                                                       +++                                               +



                                                                    37.20                                           58.72                                     29.03
   Chi Square                                                        .940                                            .001                                      .878




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Table 15: How many times have you interacted with anyone from the Eugene Police Department in the past 12 months? (in a
          police/civilian capacity)


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                    ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————    —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44           45-54        55-64           65+           Own           Rent         White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70             59            53            66             74            75           274             113         337             56


 0 times                            234            104           130             37            32             23            40            39             62           166               59        202             32
                                   59%            55%           61%            53%           54%            43%           61%           53%            83%           61%              52%        60%            57%
                                                                                                               --                                      +++

 1-5 times                          146             72            74             33            22             27            22            30             11            91               51        118             22
                                   37%            38%           35%            47%           37%            51%           33%           41%            15%           33%              45%        35%            39%
                                                                                ++                           ++                                          ---            --             ++

 6-10 times                           10            6              4             0              4             1             1              3             0              8               2           8             1
                                     3%            3%             2%            0%             7%            2%            2%             4%            0%             3%              2%          2%            2%
                                                                                               ++

 More than 10                         9             5              4             0              1             2             3              2             1              8               1           8             1
                                     2%            3%             2%            0%             2%            4%            5%             3%            1%             3%              1%          2%            2%
 times

 Don't know                           1             1              0             0              0             0             0              0             1              1               0           1             0
                                     0%            1%             0%            0%             0%            0%            0%             0%            1%             0%              0%          0%            0%
                                                                                                                                                        ++

 No                                   0             0              0             0              0             0             0              0             0              0               0           0             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            0%             0%            0%            0%             0%            0%             0%              0%          0%            0%
 answer/Refused


                                                       3.00                                                     44.25                                                     6.31                        0.62
   Chi Square                                          .558                                                      .001                                                     .177                        .961




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Table 15: How many times have you interacted with anyone from the Eugene Police Department in the past 12 months? (in a
          police/civilian capacity)


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                               # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad          None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21             35          111             19             78           141           129               49         234           146               19


 0 times                            234             55            72             12            18             66            11            54             77            82               19         234             0             0
                                   59%            66%           55%            57%           51%            59%           58%           69%            55%           64%              39%        100%             0%            0%
                                                                                                                                         ++                                             ---       +++

 1-5 times                          146             26            52             9             16             37            6             21             59            41               24           0           146             0
                                   37%            31%           40%            43%           46%            33%           32%           27%            42%           32%              49%           0%         100%             0%
                                                                                                                                           -                                             +                      +++

 6-10 times                           10            2              3             0              1             3             1              2             3              3               2            0             0             10
                                     3%            2%             2%            0%             3%            3%            5%             3%            2%             2%              4%           0%            0%           53%


 More than 10                         9             0              3             0              0             5             1              1             2              2               4            0             0             9
                                     2%            0%             2%            0%             0%            5%            5%             1%            1%             2%              8%           0%            0%           47%
 times
                                                                                                              +                                                                       +++

 Don't know                           1             0              1             0              0             0             0              0             0              1               0            0             0             0
                                     0%            0%             1%            0%             0%            0%            0%             0%            0%             1%              0%           0%            0%            0%


 No                                   0             0              0             0              0             0             0              0             0              0               0            0             0             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            0%             0%            0%            0%             0%            0%             0%              0%           0%            0%            0%
 answer/Refused


                                                                                   13.54                                                                   22.91                                            798.00
   Chi Square                                                                       .853                                                                    .028                                             .001




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Table 15: How many times have you interacted with anyone from the Eugene Police Department in the past 12 months? (in a
          police/civilian capacity)


                                                                  INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                           LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-                   Positiv                 <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive      Neutral        e         Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31        311           63         202          66            52


 0 times                            234          35          23          54          46          52          25          16         187          57          62          53             48
                                   59%         54%         59%         64%         59%         60%         48%         52%         60%         90%         31%         80%            92%
                                                                                                                                               +++           ---       +++            +++

 1-5 times                          146          27          15          27          28          28          25          13         108           5         122          12              4
                                   37%         42%         38%         32%         36%         32%         48%         42%         35%          8%         60%         18%             8%
                                                                                                              +                                  ---       +++           ---            ---

 6-10 times                          10          2           0           2           1           4           0           1           9           0           10          0              0
                                    3%          3%          0%          2%          1%          5%          0%          3%          3%          0%          5%          0%             0%
                                                                                                                                                           +++

 More than 10                        9           1           1           2           2           3           2           0           7           1           8           0              0
                                    2%          2%          3%          2%          3%          3%          4%          0%          2%          2%          4%          0%             0%
 times
                                                                                                                                                            ++

 Don't know                          1           0           0           0           1           0           0           1           0           0           0           1              0
                                    0%          0%          0%          0%          1%          0%          0%          3%          0%          0%          0%          2%             0%
                                                                                    ++                                 +++                                              ++

 No                                  0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0              0
                                    0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%             0%
 answer/Refused


                                                                    9.06                                            18.21                                    135.14
   Chi Square                                                       .911                                             .020                                     .001




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Table 16: Do you own or rent your current residence?


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                     ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44          45-54         55-64           65+           Own           Rent          White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70            59             53            66             74            75           274             113          337             56


 Own                                274            118           156             17            29             38            55            63             70           274               0          240             30
                                   69%            63%           74%            24%           49%            72%           83%           85%            93%          100%               0%         71%            54%
                                                     --           ++             ---           ---                        +++           +++            +++           +++                          +++              ---

 Rent                               113             66            47             44            29             14            11            11              4             0           113             86             25
                                   28%            35%           22%            63%           49%            26%           17%           15%             5%             0%         100%            26%            45%
                                                  +++             ---          +++           +++                             --           ---            ---                       +++              ---          +++

 Homeless                             0             0              0             0              0             0             0              0             0              0               0            0             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            0%             0%            0%            0%             0%            0%             0%              0%           0%            0%


 Other                                9             4              5             8              1             0             0              0             0              0               0            9             0
                                     2%            2%             2%           11%             2%            0%            0%             0%            0%             0%              0%           3%            0%
                                                                               +++

 Don't know/No                        4             0              4             1              0             1             0              0             1              0               0            2             1
                                     1%            0%             2%            1%             0%            2%            0%             0%            1%             0%              0%           1%            2%
 answer
                                                                   +                                                                                                                                  -


                                                      11.18                                                    130.54                                                    387.00                       10.78
   Chi Square                                          .011                                                     .001                                                      .001                         .013


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                               # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad          None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21            35           111             19             78           141           129               49         234           146               19


 Own                                274             68            79             9             23             80            15            43             79           108               43         166             91            16
                                   69%            82%           60%            43%           66%            72%           79%           55%            56%           84%              88%         71%            62%           84%
                                                  +++              --                                                                     ---            ---         +++              +++                           --

 Rent                               113             15            50             10            12             22            4             31             57            19                6          59             51            3
                                   28%            18%           38%            48%           34%            20%           21%           40%            40%           15%              12%         25%            35%           16%
                                                     --         +++                                            --                        ++            +++             ---              ---                       ++

 Homeless                             0             0              0             0              0             0             0              0             0              0               0            0             0             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            0%             0%            0%            0%             0%            0%             0%              0%           0%            0%            0%


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Other            9    0    2     2          0       5     0    2    5        2    0    6       3     0
                2%   0%   2%   10%         0%      5%    0%   3%   4%       2%   0%   3%      2%    0%
                                                    +

Don't know/No    4    0    0    0           0        4    0    2    0        0    0    3       1     0
                1%   0%   0%   0%          0%       4%   0%   3%   0%       0%   0%   1%      1%    0%
answer
                                                   +++


                                 41.27                              46.48                  6.88
 Chi Square                       .001                               .001                  .332




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Table 16: Do you own or rent your current residence?


                                                                   INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                          LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-               Positiv                     <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive       Neutral   e             Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31         311          63         202          66            52


 Own                                274          21          16          50          71          78          26          20         224          42         126          51             41
                                   69%         32%         41%         59%         91%         90%         50%         65%         72%         67%         62%         77%            79%
                                                 ---         ---          --       +++         +++           ---                   +++                       ---          +              +

 Rent                               113          37          22          32           7           9          25          9           78          18          71          13             10
                                   28%         57%         56%         38%          9%         10%         48%         29%         25%         29%         35%         20%            19%
                                               +++         +++          ++           ---         ---       +++                       ---                   +++            -

 Homeless                            0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0              0
                                    0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%             0%


 Other                               9           6           1           2           0           0           1           2           5           3           3           1              1
                                    2%          9%          3%          2%          0%          0%          2%          6%          2%          5%          1%          2%             2%
                                               +++

 Don't know/No                       4           1           0           1           0           0           0           0           4           0           2           1              0
                                    1%          2%          0%          1%          0%          0%          0%          0%          1%          0%          1%          2%             0%
 answer


                                                                    97.18                                           15.85                                     13.03
   Chi Square                                                        .001                                            .015                                      .161




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Table 17: Please tell me when I mention the category that includes your age:


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                     ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44          45-54         55-64           65+           Own           Rent          White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70             59            53            66             74            75           274             113          337             56


 18-24                               70             35            35            70              0             0             0              0             0              17              44          55             15
                                   18%            19%           17%          100%              0%            0%            0%             0%            0%             6%             39%         16%            27%
                                                                              +++                                                                                       ---           +++                         ++

 25-34                               59             32            27             0             59             0             0              0             0             29               29          40             19
                                   15%            17%           13%             0%          100%             0%            0%             0%            0%           11%              26%         12%            34%
                                                                                             +++                                                                       ---            +++           ---          +++

 35-44                               53             22            31             0              0            53             0              0             0             38               14          42             10
                                   13%            12%           15%             0%             0%         100%             0%             0%            0%           14%              12%         12%            18%
                                                                                                           +++

 45-54                               66             23            43             0              0             0            66              0             0             55               11          61             4
                                   17%            12%           20%             0%             0%            0%         100%              0%            0%           20%              10%         18%             7%
                                                     --          ++                                                      +++                                         +++                 --        ++              --

 55-64                               74             39            35             0              0             0             0             74             0             63               11          64             6
                                   19%            21%           17%             0%             0%            0%            0%          100%             0%           23%              10%         19%            11%
                                                                                                                                        +++                          +++                ---

 65 and over                         75             37            38             0              0             0             0              0            75             70                4          73              2
                                   19%            20%           18%             0%             0%            0%            0%             0%         100%            26%               4%         22%             4%
                                                                                                                                                      +++            +++                ---       +++              ---

 Refused - DO                         3             0              3             0              0             0             0              0             0              2               0            2             0
                                     1%            0%             1%            0%             0%            0%            0%             0%            0%             1%              0%           1%            0%
 NOT READ


                                                       9.84                                                     1000+                                                    100.11                       33.47
   Chi Square                                          .132                                                      .001                                                     .001                         .001




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Table 17: Please tell me when I mention the category that includes your age:


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21             35          111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 18-24                               70             11            23             10            5              18            3             15             49              6              0          37            33             0
                                   18%            13%           18%            48%           14%            16%           16%           19%            35%             5%              0%        16%           23%             0%
                                                                                                                                                       +++              ---                                     ++

 25-34                               59              4            26             3             11             13            2             13             16            24               6          32            22             5
                                   15%             5%           20%            14%           31%            12%           11%           17%            11%           19%              12%        14%           15%            26%
                                                    ---          ++                          +++

 35-44                               53             8             19             3             6              16            1              6             17            20               9          23            27             3
                                   13%            10%           15%            14%           17%            14%            5%             8%           12%           16%              18%        10%           18%            16%
                                                                                                                                                                                                    --          ++

 45-54                               66             16            26             0             5              17            2             12             16            31               7          40            22             4
                                   17%            19%           20%             0%           14%            15%           11%           15%            11%           24%              14%        17%           15%            21%
                                                                                                                                                          --         +++

 55-64                               74             14            21             4             5              26            4             12             21            26               15         39            30             5
                                   19%            17%           16%            19%           14%            23%           21%           15%            15%           20%              31%        17%           21%            26%
                                                                                                                                                                                       ++

 65 and over                         75             29            15             1              3             20            7             20             21            22               12         62             11            1
                                   19%            35%           11%             5%             9%           18%           37%           26%            15%           17%              24%        26%             8%            5%
                                                  +++             ---                                                                      +                                                     +++              ---

 Refused - DO                         3             1              1             0              0             1             0              0             1              0               0           1             1             1
                                     1%            1%             1%            0%             0%            1%            0%             0%            1%             0%              0%          0%            1%            5%
 NOT READ


                                                                                   61.28                                                                   68.98                                            39.60
   Chi Square                                                                       .001                                                                    .001                                             .001




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Table 17: Please tell me when I mention the category that includes your age:


                                                                   INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                          LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-               Positiv                     <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive       Neutral   e             Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31         311          63         202          66            52


 18-24                               70          33          15          11           2           3          16          6           47          13          47          8               1
                                   18%         51%         38%         13%          3%          3%         31%         19%         15%         21%         23%         12%             2%
                                               +++         +++                       ---         ---       +++                        --                   +++                          ---

 25-34                               59          7           9           24          9           9           8           7           43          6           33          11             8
                                   15%         11%         23%         28%         12%         10%         15%         23%         14%         10%         16%         17%            15%
                                                                       +++

 35-44                               53           2          3           17          12          13          9           1           43          7           28          9              6
                                   13%          3%          8%         20%         15%         15%         17%          3%         14%         11%         14%         14%            12%
                                                 ---                    ++                                                -

 45-54                               66          4           5           8           18          22          5           7           51          5           39          9              8
                                   17%          6%         13%          9%         23%         25%         10%         23%         16%          8%         19%         14%            15%
                                                 --                      --           +         ++                                               --

 55-64                               74          11          2           13          20          23          8           7           59          8           34          15             14
                                   19%         17%          5%         15%         26%         26%         15%         23%         19%         13%         17%         23%            27%
                                                             --                       +         ++                                                                                       +

 65 and over                         75          8           5           12          17          17          6           3           65          23          19          14             15
                                   19%         12%         13%         14%         22%         20%         12%         10%         21%         37%          9%         21%            29%
                                                                                                                                    ++         +++           ---                       ++

 Refused - DO                        3           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           3           1           2           0              0
                                    1%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          1%          2%          1%          0%             0%
 NOT READ


                                                                   116.71                                           17.93                                     47.20
   Chi Square                                                       .001                                             .118                                      .001




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Table 18: What is the highest level of education you had the opportunity to complete?


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                     ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44           45-54        55-64           65+           Own            Rent         White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70             59            53            66             74            75           274             113          337             56


 Less than high                       6             3              3             3              1             0             0              2             0              3               2            4             2
                                     2%            2%             1%            4%             2%            0%            0%             3%            0%             1%              2%           1%            4%
 school graduate
                                                                                ++

 High school                         57             30            27             12            11             5             8              4             17            31               23          46             10
                                   14%            16%           13%            17%           19%             9%           12%             5%           23%           11%              20%         14%            18%
 graduate
                                                                                                                                           --           ++              --             ++

 Technical/special                    15            9              6             0              1             1             4              6             3              9               6            13            1
                                     4%            5%             3%            0%             2%            2%            6%             8%            4%             3%              5%           4%            2%
 (not college)
                                                                                                                                          ++

 Some college                       141             69            72             49            16             17            16            21             21            79               57         114             25
                                   35%            37%           34%            70%           27%            32%           24%           28%            28%           29%              50%         34%            45%
                                                                               +++                                           --                                        ---            +++

 Graduated college                  129             51            78              6            24             20            31            26             22           108               19         116             13
                                   32%            27%           37%             9%           41%            38%           47%           35%            29%           39%              17%         34%            23%
 (4-year degree)
                                                     --          ++              ---                                      +++                                        +++                ---         ++

 Post graduate                        20            8              12            0              3             4             3              7             3              19              1            18            1
                                     5%            4%             6%            0%             5%            8%            5%             9%            4%             7%              1%           5%            2%
 work
                                                                                                                                           +                          +++               --

 Post graduate                        29            18             11            0              3             5             4             8              9              24              5            24            4
                                     7%           10%             5%            0%             5%            9%            6%           11%            12%             9%              4%           7%            7%
 degree
                                                     +              -                                                                                    +               +

 Don't                                3             0              3             0              0             1             0              0             0              1               0            2             0
                                     1%            0%             1%            0%             0%            2%            0%             0%            0%             0%              0%           1%            0%
 know/Refused


                                                      10.56                                                     97.09                                                     36.98                        7.98
   Chi Square                                          .159                                                      .001                                                      .001                        .335




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Table 18: What is the highest level of education you had the opportunity to complete?


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21             35          111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 Less than high                       6             2              2             1              1             0             0              6             0              0               0           5             1             0
                                     2%            2%             2%            5%             3%            0%            0%             8%            0%             0%              0%          2%            1%            0%
 school graduate
                                                                                                                                         +++

 High school                         57             6             24             4             10             11            2             57             0              0               0          39            15             3
                                   14%             7%           18%            19%           29%            10%           11%           73%             0%             0%              0%        17%           10%            16%
 graduate
                                                    --                                        ++                                        +++                                                                       -

 Technical/special                    15            5              7             0              0             2             1             15             0              0               0           10            5             0
                                     4%            6%             5%            0%             0%            2%            5%           19%             0%             0%              0%          4%            3%            0%
 (not college)
                                                                                                                                        +++

 Some college                       141             28            54             8             14             30            7              0           141              0               0          77            59             5
                                   35%            34%           41%            38%           40%            27%           37%             0%         100%              0%              0%        33%           40%            26%
                                                                   +                                           --                                     +++

 Graduated college                  129             32            34             5             7              45            6              0             0            129               0          82            41             5
                                   32%            39%           26%            24%           20%            41%           32%             0%            0%          100%               0%        35%           28%            26%
 (4-year degree)
                                                                   -                                         ++                                                      +++

 Post graduate                        20            5              4             2              2             7             0              0             0              0               20           6            11            3
                                     5%            6%             3%           10%             6%            6%            0%             0%            0%             0%             41%          3%            8%           16%
 work
                                                                                                                                                                                      +++           ---            +

 Post graduate                        29            5              5             1              1             14            3              0             0              0               29          13            13            3
                                     7%            6%             4%            5%             3%           13%           16%             0%            0%             0%             59%          6%            9%           16%
 degree
                                                                    -                                        ++                                                                       +++

 Don't                                3             0              1             0              0             2             0              0             0              0               0           2             1             0
                                     1%            0%             1%            0%             0%            2%            0%             0%            0%             0%              0%          1%            1%            0%
 know/Refused


                                                                                   47.95                                                                   1000+                                            21.16
   Chi Square                                                                       .071                                                                    .001                                             .098




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Table 18: What is the highest level of education you had the opportunity to complete?


                                                                   INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                          LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-               Positiv                     <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive       Neutral   e             Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31         311          63         202          66            52


 Less than high                      6           3           1           1           1           0           0           1           4           1           4           1              0
                                    2%          5%          3%          1%          1%          0%          0%          3%          1%          2%          2%          2%             0%
 school graduate
                                                ++

 High school                         57          14          11          7           11           3          8           2           46          14          23          9              9
                                   14%         22%         28%          8%         14%          3%         15%          6%         15%         22%         11%         14%            17%
 graduate
                                                  +        +++            -                      ---                                            ++            -

 Technical/special                   15          4           1           6           0           2           1           1           12          3           8           1              2
                                    4%          6%          3%          7%          0%          2%          2%          3%          4%          5%          4%          2%             4%
 (not college)
                                                                         +

 Some college                       141          35          19          34          27          15          26          12         102          20          77          23             14
                                   35%         54%         49%         40%         35%         17%         50%         39%         33%         32%         38%         35%            27%
                                               +++            +                                  ---        ++                        -

 Graduated college                  129           8           5          33          34          41          12          12         104          17          56          27             24
                                   32%         12%         13%         39%         44%         47%         23%         39%         33%         27%         28%         41%            46%
 (4-year degree)
                                                 ---         ---                    ++         +++                                                            -           +            ++

 Post graduate                       20          1           0           3           3           9           2           2           16          2           15          1              1
                                    5%          2%          0%          4%          4%         10%          4%          6%          5%          3%          7%          2%             2%
 work
                                                                                               +++                                                          ++

 Post graduate                       29          0           2           1           2           17          3           1           24          5           17          4              2
                                    7%          0%          5%          1%          3%         20%          6%          3%          8%          8%          8%          6%             4%
 degree
                                                                         --           -        +++

 Don't                               3           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           3           1           2           0              0
                                    1%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          1%          2%          1%          0%             0%
 know/Refused


                                                                   111.70                                           11.22                                     22.94
   Chi Square                                                       .001                                             .669                                      .347




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Table 19: What is your residential zip code?


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                     ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44           45-54        55-64           65+           Own            Rent         White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70             59            53            66             74            75           274             113          337             56


 97401                               83             40            43             11              4            8             16            14             29            68               15          72             9
                                   21%            21%           20%            16%             7%           15%           24%           19%            39%           25%              13%         21%            16%
                                                                                                ---                                                    +++           +++                 --

 97402                              131             61            70             23            26             19            26            21             15            79               50         106             22
                                   33%            32%           33%            33%           44%            36%           39%           28%            20%           29%              44%         31%            39%
                                                                                              ++                                                         ---            --            +++

 97403                                21            7              14            10             3             3             0              4             1               9              10           20            1
                                     5%            4%             7%           14%             5%            6%            0%             5%            1%             3%              9%           6%            2%
                                                                               +++                                                                        -             ---            ++

 97404                                35            19             16            5             11             6             5              5             3              23              12           27            8
                                     9%           10%             8%            7%           19%            11%            8%             7%            4%             8%             11%           8%           14%
                                                                                             +++

 97405                              111             47            64             18            13             16            17            26             20            80               22          95             14
                                   28%            25%           30%            26%           22%            30%           26%           35%            27%           29%              19%         28%            25%
                                                                                                                                                                                         --

 97408                                19            14             5             3              2             1             2              4             7              15              4            17            2
                                     5%            7%             2%            4%             3%            2%            3%             5%            9%             5%              4%           5%            4%
                                                   ++              --                                                                                   ++

 Other                                0             0              0             0              0             0             0              0             0              0               0            0             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            0%             0%            0%            0%             0%            0%             0%              0%           0%            0%



                                                       8.78                                                     60.31                                                     19.64                        5.62
   Chi Square                                          .118                                                      .001                                                      .001                        .345




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Table 19: What is your residential zip code?


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21             35          111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 97401                               83            83              0             0              0             0             0             13             28            32               10         55            26             2
                                   21%          100%              0%            0%             0%            0%            0%           17%            20%           25%              20%        24%           18%            11%
                                                 +++

 97402                              131             0            131             0              0             0             0             33             54            34               9          72            52             6
                                   33%             0%          100%             0%             0%            0%            0%           42%            38%           26%              18%        31%           36%            32%
                                                                +++                                                                      ++               +             -               --

 97403                                21            0              0            21              0             0             0              5             8              5               3           12            9             0
                                     5%            0%             0%         100%              0%            0%            0%             6%            6%             4%              6%          5%            6%            0%


 97404                                35            0              0             0             35             0             0             11             14             7               3           18           16             1
                                     9%            0%             0%            0%          100%             0%            0%           14%            10%             5%              6%          8%          11%             5%
                                                                                             +++                                           +

 97405                              111             0              0             0              0           111             0             13             30            45               21         66            37             8
                                   28%             0%             0%            0%             0%         100%             0%           17%            21%           35%              43%        28%           25%            42%
                                                                                                           +++                             --             --          ++               ++

 97408                                19            0              0             0              0             0            19              3             7              6               3           11            6             2
                                     5%            0%             0%            0%             0%            0%         100%              4%            5%             5%              6%          5%            4%           11%


 Other                                0             0              0             0              0             0             0              0             0              0               0           0             0             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            0%             0%            0%            0%             0%            0%             0%              0%          0%            0%            0%



                                                                                   1000+                                                                   27.86                                             8.86
   Chi Square                                                                       .001                                                                    .022                                             .545




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Table 19: What is your residential zip code?


                                                                  INCOME                               OVERALL IMPRESSION                          LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-               Positiv                     <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive       Neutral   e             Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31         311          63         202          66            52


 97401                               83          11          6           17          12          20          8           5           68          18          40          13             7
                                   21%         17%         15%         20%         15%         23%         15%         16%         22%         29%         20%         20%            13%
                                                                                                                                                  +

 97402                              131          25          20          37          28          14          23          9           98          19          68          20             19
                                   33%         38%         51%         44%         36%         16%         44%         29%         32%         30%         34%         30%            37%
                                                           +++          ++                       ---          +

 97403                               21          9           2           2           1           3           2           5           13          5           10          3              2
                                    5%         14%          5%          2%          1%          3%          4%         16%          4%          8%          5%          5%             4%
                                               +++                                    -                                +++            -

 97404                               35          5           5           5           9           8           8           2           25          5           18          6              3
                                    9%          8%         13%          6%         12%          9%         15%          6%          8%          8%          9%          9%             6%
                                                                                                             +

 97405                              111          13          6           22          24          31          10          8           91          12          58          20             18
                                   28%         20%         15%         26%         31%         36%         19%         26%         29%         19%         29%         30%            35%
                                                              -                                   +                                               -

 97408                               19          2           0           2           4           11          1           2           16          4           8           4              3
                                    5%          3%          0%          2%          5%         13%          2%          6%          5%          6%          4%          6%             6%
                                                                                               +++

 Other                               0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0              0
                                    0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%             0%



                                                                    50.99                                           17.42                                     9.22
   Chi Square                                                        .001                                            .066                                     .866




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Table 20: Please stop me when I read the ethnic group to which you belong:


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                     ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44           45-54        55-64           65+           Own            Rent         White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70             59            53            66             74            75           274             113          337             56


 White or                           337            156           181             55            40             42            61            64             73           240               86         337             0
                                   84%            83%           85%            79%           68%            79%           92%           86%            97%           88%              76%        100%             0%
 Caucasian
                                                                                               ---                         ++                          +++           +++                ---       +++

 African American                     7             4              3             4              0             1             1              1             0              3               4            0             7
                                     2%            2%             1%            6%             0%            2%            2%             1%            0%             1%              4%           0%           13%
                                                                               +++                                                                                                      +                        +++

 Latino/Latina                        30            15             15            7             16             4             1              1             1              14              15           0             30
                                     8%            8%             7%           10%           27%             8%            2%             1%            1%             5%             13%           0%           54%
                                                                                             +++                            --             --            --             ---           +++                        +++

 Asian                                7             4              3             2              1             2             0              2             0              4               3            0             7
                                     2%            2%             1%            3%             2%            4%            0%             3%            0%             1%              3%           0%           13%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 +++

 Native American                      11            3              8             2              2             2             2              2             1              9               2            0             11
                                     3%            2%             4%            3%             3%            4%            3%             3%            1%             3%              2%           0%           20%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 +++

 Middle Eastern                       0             0              0             0              0             0             0              0             0              0               0            0             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            0%             0%            0%            0%             0%            0%             0%              0%           0%            0%


 Other                                1             1              0             0              0             1             0              0             0              0               1            0             1
                                     0%            1%             0%            0%             0%            2%            0%             0%            0%             0%              1%           0%            2%
                                                                                                             ++                                                                                                   ++

 Refused - DO                         7             5              2             0              0             1             1              4             0              4               2            0             0
                                     2%            3%             1%            0%             0%            2%            2%             5%            0%             1%              2%           0%            0%
 NOT READ
                                                                                                                                         +++


                                                       5.28                                                     76.75                                                     14.77                      393.00
   Chi Square                                          .509                                                      .001                                                      .022                       .001




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Table 20: Please stop me when I read the ethnic group to which you belong:


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                              # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————    ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad         None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21             35          111             19             78           141           129              49         234           146               19


 White or                           337             72           106             20            27             95            17            63            114           116               42        202           118             16
                                   84%            87%           81%            95%           77%            86%           89%           81%            81%           90%              86%        86%           81%            84%
 Caucasian
                                                                                                                                                                       ++

 African American                     7              5             1             0              0             1             0              1             4              2               0           4             3             0
                                     2%             6%            1%            0%             0%            1%            0%             1%            3%             2%              0%          2%            2%            0%
                                                   +++

 Latino/Latina                        30            2              12            1             7              7             1             10             9              7               4           16            13            1
                                     8%            2%             9%            5%           20%             6%            5%           13%             6%             5%              8%          7%            9%            5%
                                                    --                                       +++                                         ++

 Asian                                7             1              2             0              0             4             0              0             4              2               1           5             2             0
                                     2%            1%             2%            0%             0%            4%            0%             0%            3%             2%              2%          2%            1%            0%
                                                                                                              +

 Native American                      11            1              7             0              1             1             1              2             7              2               0           7             4             0
                                     3%            1%             5%            0%             3%            1%            5%             3%            5%             2%              0%          3%            3%            0%
                                                                  ++                                                                                    ++

 Middle Eastern                       0             0              0             0              0             0             0              0             0              0               0           0             0             0
                                     0%            0%             0%            0%             0%            0%            0%             0%            0%             0%              0%          0%            0%            0%


 Other                                1             0              0             0              0             1             0              0             1              0               0           0             0             1
                                     0%            0%             0%            0%             0%            1%            0%             0%            1%             0%              0%          0%            0%            5%


 Refused - DO                         7             2              3             0              0             2             0              2             2              0               2           0             6             1
                                     2%            2%             2%            0%             0%            2%            0%             3%            1%             0%              4%          0%            4%            5%
 NOT READ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                +++


                                                                                   37.51                                                                   20.00                                            32.66
   Chi Square                                                                       .163                                                                    .333                                             .001




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Table 20: Please stop me when I read the ethnic group to which you belong:


                                                                  INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                           LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-               Positiv                     <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive       Neutral   e             Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31         311          63         202          66            52


 White or                           337          52          32          71          67          80          38          28         266          56         165          55             46
                                   84%         80%         82%         84%         86%         92%         73%         90%         86%         89%         82%         83%            88%
 Caucasian
                                                                                                ++            --

 African American                    7           2           1           2           1           0           1           0           6           2           4           1              0
                                    2%          3%          3%          2%          1%          0%          2%          0%          2%          3%          2%          2%             0%


 Latino/Latina                       30          6           3           10          5           2           8           3           19          4           18          4              4
                                    8%          9%          8%         12%          6%          2%         15%         10%          6%          6%          9%          6%             8%
                                                                          +                      --         ++                        --

 Asian                               7           1           0           1           1           3           0           0           7           0           2           3              1
                                    2%          2%          0%          1%          1%          3%          0%          0%          2%          0%          1%          5%             2%
                                                                                                                                                                         +

 Native American                     11          2           3           0           4           2           2           0           8           1           5           3              1
                                    3%          3%          8%          0%          5%          2%          4%          0%          3%          2%          2%          5%             2%
                                                            ++

 Middle Eastern                      0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0           0              0
                                    0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%             0%


 Other                               1           0           0           1           0           0           1           0           0           0           1           0              0
                                    0%          0%          0%          1%          0%          0%          2%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%             0%
                                                                         +                                 +++

 Refused - DO                        7           2           0           0           0           0           2           0           5           0           7           0              0
                                    2%          3%          0%          0%          0%          0%          4%          0%          2%          0%          3%          0%             0%
 NOT READ
                                                                                                                                                           +++


                                                                    30.12                                           18.22                                     16.49
   Chi Square                                                        .181                                            .109                                      .559




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Table 22: Please tell me when I read the category that contains your total annual household income:


                                                   GENDER                                                       AGE                                                  OWN/RENT                     ETHNICITY
                                             —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————    —————————————————————————     —————————————————————————


                                 Total         Male         Female         18-24          25-34         35-44          45-54         55-64           65+           Own            Rent         White          Other
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————

                                    400            188           212             70             59            53            66             74            75           274             113          337             56


 Under $15,000                       65             34            31             33            7               2            4             11             8              21              37          52             11
                                   16%            18%           15%            47%           12%             4%            6%           15%            11%             8%             33%         15%            20%
                                                                               +++                            ---           --                                          ---           +++


 $15,000-$24,999                     39             19             20            15            9              3             5              2             5              16              22           32            7
                                   10%            10%             9%           21%           15%             6%            8%             3%            7%             6%             19%           9%           13%
                                                                               +++                                                         --                           ---           +++


 $25,000-$49,999                     85             45            40             11            24             17            8             13             12            50               32          71             14
                                   21%            24%           19%            16%           41%            32%           12%           18%            16%           18%              28%         21%            25%
                                                                                             +++             ++             --                                          --             ++


 $50,000-$74,999                     78             35            43              2            9              12            18            20             17            71                7          67             11
                                   20%            19%           20%             3%           15%            23%           27%           27%            23%           26%               6%         20%            20%
                                                                                 ---                                         +             +                         +++                ---


 $75,000-$99,999                     39             23             16             1            6              5             9             9              9             33               6           36             3
                                   10%            12%             8%            1%           10%             9%           14%           12%            12%           12%               5%         11%             5%
                                                                                 ---                                                                                  ++                 -


 $100,000 and up                     48             20            28              2             3             8             13            14             8             45                3          44             4
                                   12%            11%           13%             3%             5%           15%           20%           19%            11%           16%               3%         13%             7%
                                                                                 ---             -                         ++            ++                          +++                ---


 Don't                               46             12            34             6              1             6             9              5             16            38               6           35             6
                                   12%             6%           16%             9%             2%           11%           14%             7%           21%           14%               5%         10%            11%
 know/Refused -
                                                    ---         +++                             --                                                     +++            ++                --
 DO NOT READ

                                                      13.00                                                    137.77                                                     88.96                        4.07
   Chi Square                                          .043                                                     .001                                                       .001                        .668




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Table 22: Please tell me when I read the category that contains your total annual household income:


                                                                               ZIP CODE                                                               EDUCATION                               # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                              —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————     —————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                      No           Some          4-Year          Post-
                                 Total        97401          97402         97403          97404         97405         97408         College       College        Degree          Grad          None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————    ———————————   ———————————    ———————————    ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400             83           131             21             35          111             19             78           141           129              49          234           146               19


 Under $15,000                       65             11            25             9             5              13            2             21             35              8               1          35            27             3
                                   16%            13%           19%            43%           14%            12%           11%           27%            25%             6%              2%         15%           18%            16%
                                                                                                                                        +++            +++              ---             ---


 $15,000-$24,999                     39             6             20             2             5              6             0             13             19              5              2           23            15             1
                                   10%             7%           15%            10%           14%             5%            0%           17%            13%             4%              4%         10%           10%             5%
                                                                +++                                            -                         ++               +             ---


 $25,000-$49,999                     85             17            37             2             5              22            2             14             34            33               4           54            27             4
                                   21%            20%           28%            10%           14%            20%           11%           18%            24%           26%               8%         23%           18%            21%
                                                                 ++                                                                                                                     --


 $50,000-$74,999                     78             12            28             1             9              24            4             12             27            34               5           46            28             3
                                   20%            14%           21%             5%           26%            22%           21%           15%            19%           26%              10%         20%           19%            16%
                                                                                                                                                                      ++                 -


 $75,000-$99,999                     39             5              11            0             7              13            3              2             10            16               11          24             12            3
                                   10%             6%             8%            0%           20%            12%           16%             3%            7%           12%              22%         10%             8%           16%
                                                                                              ++                                           --                                         +++


 $100,000 and up                     48             15              3            3              1             18            8              3              5            25               15          28            16             4
                                   12%            18%             2%           14%             3%           16%           42%             4%            4%           19%              31%         12%           11%            21%
                                                     +             ---                           -                                         --            ---         +++              +++


 Don't                               46             17              7            4              3             15            0             13             11             8               11          24            21             1
                                   12%            20%             5%           19%             9%           14%            0%           17%             8%             6%             22%         10%           14%             5%
 know/Refused -
                                                  +++              ---                                                                                    -             --             ++
 DO NOT READ

                                                                                   86.24                                                                  108.43                                              6.71
   Chi Square                                                                       .001                                                                   .001                                               .876




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Table 22: Please tell me when I read the category that contains your total annual household income:


                                                                  INCOME                              OVERALL IMPRESSION                           LAST INTERACTION
                                           ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————     ————————————————————————————————     ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                       $15K-       $25K-       $50K-                   Nega-              Positiv                      <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total      <$15K       $24K        $49K        $74K        $75K+        tive      Neutral   e              Never        Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————    —————————   —————————   —————————   —————————

                                   400           65          39          85          78          87          52          31        311           63         202          66            52


 Under $15,000                       65         65           0           0           0           0           15          7           42          14          37          6              5
                                   16%       100%           0%          0%          0%          0%         29%         23%         14%         22%         18%          9%            10%
                                              +++                                                          +++                       ---                                  -


 $15,000-$24,999                     39          0          39           0           0           0           6           2           30          7           19          8              5
                                   10%          0%       100%           0%          0%          0%         12%          6%         10%         11%          9%         12%            10%
                                                          +++


 $25,000-$49,999                     85          0           0          85           0           0           15          7           61          12          41          16             11
                                   21%          0%          0%       100%           0%          0%         29%         23%         20%         19%         20%         24%            21%
                                                                      +++


 $50,000-$74,999                     78          0           0           0          78           0           7           8           63          9           33          11             22
                                   20%          0%          0%          0%       100%           0%         13%         26%         20%         14%         16%         17%            42%
                                                                                  +++                                                                                                 +++


 $75,000-$99,999                     39          0           0           0           0           39          3           2           34          6           19          7              3
                                   10%          0%          0%          0%          0%         45%          6%          6%         11%         10%          9%         11%             6%
                                                                                               +++


 $100,000 and up                     48          0           0           0           0           48          1           3           44          4           26          14             3
                                   12%          0%          0%          0%          0%         55%          2%         10%         14%          6%         13%         21%             6%
                                                                                               +++           --                     ++                                  ++


 Don't                               46          0           0           0           0           0           5           2           37          11          27          4              3
                                   12%          0%          0%          0%          0%          0%         10%          6%         12%         17%         13%          6%             6%
 know/Refused -
 DO NOT READ

                                                                   1000+                                            19.42                                     36.72
   Chi Square                                                       .001                                             .079                                      .006




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Table 23: THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME! Hang up and record: Gender:


                                                     GENDER                                                                 AGE                                                       OWN/RENT                    ETHNICITY
                                               —————————————————————————        —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————                 —————————————————————————   —————————————————————————


                                 Total           Male           Female             18-24           25-34         35-44             45-54         55-64               65+            Own            Rent        White          Other
                               ———————————     ———————————     ———————————     ———————————        ———————————   ———————————     ———————————     ———————————     ———————————       ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400              188              212             70                 59            53                 66            74             75              274           113           337             56


 Male                               188              188                0              35               32             22              23                39             37             118             66          156             27
                                   47%             100%                0%            50%              54%            42%             35%               53%            49%             43%            58%          46%            48%
                                                    +++                                                                                 --                                               --          +++

 Female                             212               0             212                35               27             31              43                35             38             156             47          181             29
                                   53%               0%           100%               50%              46%            58%             65%               47%            51%             57%            42%          54%            52%
                                                                   +++                                                                ++                                                ++             ---


                                                         400.00                                                             7.15                                                            7.55                       0.07
   Chi Square                                             .001                                                              .210                                                            .006                       .789


                                                                                     ZIP CODE                                                                        EDUCATION                                # INTERACTIONS LAST YR
                                                —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————               —————————————————————————————————————————————————————         ———————————————————————————————————————


                                                                                                                                                  No             Some             4-Year           Post-
                                 Total          97401           97402           97403              97404         97405             97408        College         College           Degree           Grad        None            1-5            >5
                               ———————————     ———————————     ———————————     ———————————        ———————————   ———————————     ———————————     ———————————     ———————————       ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————   ———————————

                                    400                  83           131             21                 35          111                  19            78            141              129             49          234           146               19


 Male                               188               40                61             7                19             47              14                42             69              51             26          104             72            11
                                   47%              48%               47%            33%              54%            42%             74%               54%            49%             40%            53%          44%            49%           58%
                                                                                                                                                                                         --

 Female                             212               43                70             14               16             64              5                 36             72              78             23          130             74            8
                                   53%              52%               53%            67%              46%            58%             26%               46%            51%             60%            47%          56%            51%           42%
                                                                                                                                                                                       ++


                                                                                           8.78                                                                            5.26                                               1.83
   Chi Square                                                                              .118                                                                            .153                                               .400


                                                                      INCOME                                    OVERALL IMPRESSION                              LAST INTERACTION
                                              ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————           ————————————————————————————————         ———————————————————————————————————————————


                                                          $15K-        $25K-         $50K-                      Nega-                 Positiv                         <2 Yrs 3-5 Yrs >5 Yrs
                                Total        <$15K        $24K         $49K          $74K           $75K+        tive         Neutral   e               Never          Ago    Ago     Ago
                              —————————      —————————    —————————    —————————    —————————       —————————   —————————     —————————    —————————    —————————    —————————      —————————   —————————

                                   400             65           39            85             78           87          52            31          311            63          202            66          52


 Male                               188            34            19            45         35              43          27             17         144             23           99           34          27
                                   47%           52%           49%           53%        45%             49%         52%            55%         46%            37%          49%          52%         52%
                                                                                                                                                                 -

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Female         212     31     20      40      43      44      25       14     167     40    103       32     25
              53%    48%    51%     47%     55%     51%     48%      45%     54%    63%    51%      48%    48%
                                                                                       +


                                   1.28                            1.25                      4.06
 Chi Square                        .865                            .536                      .255




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