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EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PLAN

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									EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PLAN

  CITY OF LYNNWOOD, WASHINGTON

          DECEMBER 2006




             Don Gough
               Mayor




            Presented by:

            Robin L. Hall
       Human Resources Director
                               Equal Employment Opportunity Plan


I. Introduction

The City of Lynnwood and each department within the City are committed to the values of equity,
diversity and productivity in the workplace. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, national
origin, religion, creed, disability or age. As evidence of our commitment, we maintain an equal
employment opportunity/affirmative action plan to guide us in our efforts to achieve and maintain a
diverse work force reflective of the communities we serve. This plan is currently in effect (December
2006) and will be reviewed and updated annually.

The City employs approximately 365 regular full-time and regular part-time positions and
approximately 163 seasonal/temporary/part-time employees. These employees are based in 10
departments and are covered by the EEO/AAP:

               Administrative Services                   Human Resources
               Community Development                     Municipal Court
               Economic Development                      Parks and Recreation
               Executive                                 Police
               Fire                                      Public Works

The City of Lynnwood’s Equal Employment Opportunity Plan is established in accordance with certain
laws and regulations, which include:

       Title 6 and Title 7 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, the Equal Employment Act of
        1972, Presidential Executive Order #11246 (as amended by Presidential Executive Order
        #11375), and Chapter 60 of Title 41 CFR, Part 60-2.

       Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and Americans with
        Disabilities Act of 1990.

       The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration’s Equal Employment
        Opportunity Program Guidelines for Grant Recipients contained in Circular “UMTA C 4704.1”
        and the implementing regulation of UMT Act of 1964, as amended, 49 U.S.C. 1601, Section
        19.

       The U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Civil Rights 28 CFR 42.301 governing requirements
        for grant recipients to establish and maintain an EEO Plan which includes race/gender
        workforce analysis, hiring and implementation plan components.

       Washington Administrative Codes governing employment regulations (Chapter 162-12, 16, 18,
        20, 22 & 30), Revised Code of Washington Chapter 49.60 – Washington State Law Against
        Discrimination, as amended by Initiative 200.




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The City of Lynnwood is located at 19100 44th Avenue West in Lynnwood, Washington. The following
projects are covered under this plan:

Project Number       Project Name                 Funding Level     Project Directors

2005-DJ-BX-0660    Justice Assistance Grant            $18,669        Chief Steven Jensen
CM-9999 (273)      Interurban Trail Link/Ped. Bridge   $1,750,000 William Franz
CM-9999 (365)      Regnl.Traffic Opprtns.Imprvmnts     $1,450,000 William Franz
STUPUL-2523(001)   Regional Transit Ped. Bridge        $456,590       William Franz
STPH-2548(003)     Alderwd Mall Blvd/40th Av W         $175,000William Franz
STPH-2558(001)     OlmpcVw Dr./176th St. SW            $250,000William Franz
IMD-2004 (037)     I-5 Lynn City Center Exit           $1,500,264     William Franz
ITS-2003 (050)     2003 ITS Project                    $1,663,884     William Franz
CDBG-F2005#3       60th Av W. Sidewalks                $148,500William Franz
HPP-0005 (010)     I-5 Lynnwood City Ctr off ramp      $137,380William Franz
ITS-2005 (043)     Lynnwood Traffic Mgmt Ctr           $605,893William Franz
                   Heritage Park, Phase II             $200,000Lynn Sordel




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II. Work Force Analysis by EEO Category

The chart below lists the total number of City of Lynnwood employees by gender, ethnicity, and EEO
category. Statistics are also shown which indicate the percentage in each EEO category. Numbers
are based on a total of 528 full and part-time employees. (Total percentages may be slightly more or
less than 100% due to rounding.) A description of the types of job categories is included in Appendix
A. A second chart (Appendix B) lists all City employees by Department as well as EEO Category.

    Job Category    Total              Male                                Female

                             W     B      H      A     NA      W       B        H       A       NA

Officials/Admin.       36   26                                 10
Percentage            100   72                                 28

Professionals          50   31     1              3            13      1        1
Percentage            100   62     2              6            26      2        2

Technicians            41   28            1       2      1      7               1        1
Percentage            98*   68            2       5      2     17               2        2

Protective Svcs       114   102    1      1       2             8
Percentage            100    89    1      1       2             7

Paraprofessionals     142   40     5              3            79      3        3        7        2
Percentage            100   28     4              2            56      2        2        5        1

Admin. Support         63    8     1                           48      1        3        2
Percentage           101*   13     2                           76      2        5        3

Skilled Craft          38   35                                  2                        1
Percentage            100   92                                  5                        3

Service/Maint.         44   33     4      1       1             5
Percentage            99*   75     9      2       2            11


*Numbers not equal to 100% due to rounding

Abbreviations used in chart:

W      = White
B      = African-American
H      = Hispanic
A      = Asian-American
NA     = Native-American




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III. Area Labor Force Statistics

The chart below shows the total labor force population in the Snohomish County statistical area. It
also shows the percentage of each group by EEO category:
AREA LABOR FORCE FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY


Job Category         TOTAL    Females    Whites    Blacks   Native    Asian     Pacific   Hispanic    Dual
                                                            Amer.              Islander              Races

Officials/Admin.     38,255    15,384     34,110      435      265     1,710         75        995     305
Percentage                     40.2%      89.2%      1.1%     0.7%     4.5%       0.2%        2.6%    0.8%

Professional         56,240    28,790     48,480      780      535     3,845       135        1350     475
Percentage                     51.2%      86.2%      1.4%     1.0%     6.8%       0.2%        2.4%    0.8%

Technicians           7,390      3,574     6,200      175        70     555          14        210       75
Percentage                      48.3%     83.9%      2.4%     0.9%     7.5%       0.2%        2.8%    1.0%

Protective Service    5,535      1,106     4,845      125        75     185          14        120       74
Percentage                      20.0%     87.5%      2.3%     1.4%     3.3%       0.3%        2.2%    1.3%

Non-Sworn - PS          455       215       415         0        0        29          0          4       4
Percentage                      47.6%     91.2%         0        0     6.4%           0       0.9%    0.9%

Admin Support        51,525    39,715     45,145      670      455     2,505         90      1,485     400
Percentage                     77.1%      87.6%      1.3%     0.9%     4.9%       0.2%       2.9%     0.8%

Skilled Crafts       41,385     2,730     36,260      555      435     1,085         75      2,000     450
Percentage                      6.6%      87.6%      1.3%     1.1%     2.6%       0.2%       4.8%     1.1%

Service/Maint.       53,260    27,534     42,520      870    1,190     3,145       115       3,675     750
Percentage                     51.7%      79.8%      1.6%    2.2%      5.9%       0.2%       6.9%     1.4%


Statistics taken from Aggregated Occupations of the Civilian Labor Force by Sex, Race & Origin for
Snohomish County from 2000 Census (adjusted to 7/2006), as found on Washington State
Employment Security website.




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IV.        Utilization Analysis

This chart compares the Lynnwood labor force with the area labor force by EEO category and job
category. Negative differences indicate an underutilization.

UTILIZATION ANALYSIS FOR CITY OF LYNNWOOD


Category               EEO Cat.              Lynnwood        Labor Force          Difference

Females                Officials/Admin.                 28                 40.2                   -12.2
                       Professionals                    26                 51.2                   -25.2
                       Technicians                      17                 48.3                   -31.3
                       Protective Services               7                 20.0                   -13.0
                       Paraprofessionals                56                  N/A                Unknown
                       Admin. Support                   76                 77.1                    -1.1
                       Skilled Crafts                    5                  6.6                    -1.6
                       Service/Maint.                   11                 51.7                   -40.7

Blacks                 Officials/Admin.                 0                  1.1                     -1.1
                       Professionals                    4                  1.4                      2.6
                       Technicians                      0                  2.4                     -2.4
                       Protective Services              1                  2.3                     -1.3
                       Paraprofessionals                6                  N/A                 Unknown
                       Admin. Support                   4                  1.3                      2.7
                       Skilled Crafts                   0                  1.3                     -1.3
                       Service/Maint.                   9                  1.3                      7.7

Asian                  Officials/Admin.                 0                   4.5                    -4.5
                       Professionals                    6                   6.8                    -0.8
                       Technicians                      7                   7.5                    -0.5
                       Protective Services              2                   3.3                    -1.3
                       Paraprofessionals                7                   NA                 Unknown
                       Admin. Support                   3                   4.9                    -1.9
                       Skilled Crafts                   0                   2.6                    -2.6
                       Service/Maint.                   2                   5.9                    -3.9

Hispanic               Officials/Admin.                 0                  2.6                     -2.6
                       Professionals                    2                  2.4                     -0.4
                       Technicians                      4                  2.8                      1.2
                       Protective Services              1                  2.2                     -1.2
                       Paraprofessionals                2                  N/A                 Unknown
                       Admin. Support                   5                  2.9                      3.9
                       Skilled Crafts                   0                  5.1                     -5.1
                       Service/Maint.                   2                  6.9                     -4.9

Native American        Officials/Admin.                 0                  0.7                     -0.7
                       Professionals                    0                  1.0                     -1.0
                       Technicians                      2                  0.9                      1.1
                       Protective Services              0                  1.4                     -1.4
                       Paraprofessionals                0                  N/A                 Unknown
                       Admin. Support                   0                  0.9                     -0.9
                       Skilled Crafts                   0                  1.1                     -1.1
                       Service/Maint.                   0                  2.2                     -2.2




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As previously mentioned, our utilization analysis is based on the adjusted 2000 Census information
report generated by the Washington State Employment Security Department. The report covers
Snohomish County. This particular labor market was chosen because of Lynnwood’s location in
southern Snohomish County. Lynnwood draws applicants from Snohomish County as well as from
nearby King County.

In analyzing Lynnwood’s work force, statistics were developed using employee data from
November of 2006. This data will be updated regularly to enable the city to comply with federal
reporting requirements.

Lynnwood shows an underutilization of women and minorities in a number of categories. The
above chart shows the percent of each EEO category found in Lynnwood’s work force as
compared to the actual labor force. The chart shows significant discrepancies (over 10%) in the
following categories:

Females              Officials/Administrators      -12.2%
Females              Professionals                 -25.2%
Females              Technicians                   -31.3%
Females              Protective Services           -13.0%
Females              Service/Maintenance           -40.7%

Most areas underutilized show a discrepancy of less than 5%.

Lynnwood also employs a higher percentage of workers as compared to the labor force in the
areas shown in the chart below. The chart below shows how these categories have changed over
the nine-year period they have been tracked.

Category          Area of Higher than      1997             1999          2003          2006
                  Average                  Utilization      Utilization   Utilization   Utilization
                  Employment in 2006       Compared to      Compared to   Compared      Compared
                                           Labor Force      Labor Force   to Labor      to Labor
                                                                          Force         Force
Professionals     Blacks                    2.0%             0.5%          2.8%         2.6%
Admin. Support    Blacks                   -4.0%            -4.0%         -2.0%         2.7%
Admin. Support    Hispanic                 -0.5%            -0.8%         -1.0%         3.9%
Service           Blacks                   -5.0%            -5.0%         5.0%          7.7%
Maintenance
Technicians       Native Americans         -1.0%             1.57%         -0.6%        1.1%
Technicians       Hispanic                 -2.0%            -.03%         2.1%          1.2%




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V. Affirmative Action Commitments

We believe that diversity and equal employment opportunity are basic foundations of effective
service provision to citizens and clients of the City of Lynnwood. With this in mind, we plan to
work towards addressing our underutilization by conducting the following applicant pool diversity
enhancement activities:

              Ensure departments utilize recruitment tools and strategies to reach a diverse pool
               of applicants, especially for positions that are currently under-represented.
              Ensure all recruiting efforts are non-discriminating on the basis of gender, national
               origin or color. Maintain demographic statistics for all applicants, and monitor
               recruitment efforts for effectiveness in identifying/recruiting women and minorities.
              Develop and maintain partnerships with community-based organizations that serve
               diverse populations, as well as area and regional diversity task forces and
               professional organizations that serve minority or diverse memberships.
              Develop and maintain relationships with public and private agencies that serve
               diverse populations, such as the State Employment Security Department, Private
               Industry Council, colleges, universities, community colleges, and vocational and
               training institutions.

General Goals:

Encourage the development of short-term and long-term recruitment plans to achieve a more
diversified work force.

Review and update the information and commitments noted in this EEO/AA plan annually to
ensure the City maintains an effective and meaningful equal employment opportunity program.


VI. Specific Steps to Address Underutilization of Minorities, Women & Persons with
    Disabilities:

       Identify, attend and/or coordinate departmental participation in job and career fairs and
        conferences, particularly those that attract a diverse clientele.

       Seek new sources/contacts for generating qualified female and minority applicants for the
        City’s vacant positions.

       Actively support the City’s Neighborhood and Demographic Diversity Commission,
        particularly on projects related to recruitment.

       Identify and advertise specific identified under-represented positions in newspapers
        reaching out to female and minority populations.

       Utilize the Internet to target specific groups’ web sites such as the California Women’s
        Peace Officer Association or the Society of Black Engineers site.




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       Explore the possibility of sponsoring a public safety job fair with other cities for women and
        minorities.

       Review statistics with individual departments and discuss ways to reach out to applicants in
        underutilized categories

VI. Achievements:

Continued to provide an assigned Human Resources staff person to oversee the City’s recruitment
efforts, identifying qualified minorities and women for under-represented positions.

Continued to provide workplace harassment training classes for City employees to ensure the City
of Lynnwood provides an appropriate workplace for females and minority employees.

Reviewed and updated our Community-Based organizations mailing list to ensure we are mailing
job announcements to organizations that serve diverse populations.

Maintained demographic statistics for all applicants and monitored recruitment efforts for
effectiveness in identifying/recruiting women, minorities and persons with disabilities.

Participated in the Snohomish County Diversity Coalition to identify additional resources to attract a
diverse applicant pool for vacant positions.

Continued to utilize Internet recruiting resources to identify qualified female and minority
candidates for protective services, professional, management and technical positions.


VII.    Dissemination:

A copy of this plan will be provided to all City of Lynnwood supervisors and department heads. A
summary of the plan will be mailed to all community-based organizations receiving City job
announcements by mail. Persons wishing more information about the City’s commitment to Equal
Employment Opportunity may contact the City’s Human Resources Director as listed below:

                              Robin L. Hall, Human Resources Director
                              City of Lynnwood
                              PO Box 5008
                              Lynnwood, WA 98046-5008
                              (425) 775-1971




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                                            APPENDIX A

                            DESCRIPTION OF JOB CATEGORIES

Officials and Administrators: Occupations in which employees set broad policies, exercise overall
responsibility for execution of these policies, or direct individual departments or special phases of
the agency’s operations, or provide specialized consultation on a regional, district or area basis.
Includes: department heads, bureau chiefs and inspectors, division chiefs, directors, deputy
directors, controllers, wardens, superintendents, sheriffs, police and fire chiefs and inspectors,
examiners (bank, hearing, motor vehicle, warehouse), inspectors (construction, building, safety,
rent-and-housing, fire, ABC Board, license, dairy, livestock, transportation), assessors, tax
appraisers and investigators, coroners, farm managers, and kindred workers.

Professionals: Occupations that require specialized and theoretical knowledge that is usually
acquired through college training or through work experience and other training which provides
comparable knowledge. Includes: personnel and labor relations workers, social workers, doctors,
psychologists, registered nurses, economists, dietitians, lawyers, system analysts, accountants,
engineers, employment and vocational rehabilitation counselors, teachers or instructors, police and
fire captains and lieutenants, librarians, management analysts, airplane pilots and navigators,
surveyors and mapping scientists, and kindred workers.

Technicians: Occupations which require a combination of basic scientific or technical knowledge
and manual skills, which can be obtained through specialized post-secondary school education or
through equivalent on-the-job training. Includes: computer programmers, drafters, survey and
mapping technicians, licensed practical nurses, photographers, radio operators, technical
illustrators, highway technicians, technicians (medical, dental, electronic, physical sciences), police
and fire sergeants, inspectors (production or processing inspectors, testers and weighers), and
kindred workers.

Protective Service Workers: Occupations in which workers are entrusted with public safety,
security and protection from destructive forces. Includes: police patrol officers, firefighters, guards,
deputy sheriffs, bailiffs, correctional officers, detectives, marshals, harbor patrol officers, game and
fish wardens, park rangers (except maintenance), and kindred workers.

Paraprofessionals: Occupations in which workers perform some of the duties of a professional or
technician in a supportive role, which usually require less formal training and/or experience
normally required for professional or technical status. Such positions may fall within an identified
pattern of staff development and promotion under a “New Careers” concept. Included: research
assistants, medical aides, child support workers, policy auxiliary welfare service aides, recreation
assistants, homemakers aides, home health aides, library assistants and clerks, ambulance drivers
and attendants, and kindred workers.

Administrative Support (Including Clerical and Sales): Occupations in which workers are
responsible for internal and external communication, recording and retrieval of data/information,
and other paperwork required in an office. Includes: bookkeepers, messengers, clerk-typists,
stenographers, court transcribers, hearing reporters, statistical clerks, dispatchers, license
distributors, payroll clerks, office machine and computer operators, telephone operators, legal
assistants, sales workers, cashiers, toll collectors, and kindred workers.




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Skilled Craft Workers: Occupations in which workers perform jobs that require special manual skill
and thorough and comprehensive knowledge of the processes involved in the work, which is
acquired through on-the-job training and experience or through apprenticeship or other formal
training programs. Includes: mechanics and repairers, electricians, heavy equipment operators,
stationary engineers, skilled machining occupations, carpenters, compositors and typesetters,
power plan operators, water and sewage treatment plan operators, and kindred workers.

Service-Maintenance: Occupations in which workers perform duties that result in or contribute to
the comfort, convenience, hygiene or safety of the general public or that contribute to the upkeep
and care of buildings, facilities or grounds of public property. Workers in this group may operate
machinery. Includes: chauffeurs, laundry and dry cleaning operatives, truck drivers, bus drivers,
garage laborers, custodial employees, gardeners and groundskeepers, refuse collectors,
construction laborers, park rangers (maintenance), farm workers (except managers), craft
apprentices/trainees/helpers, and kindred workers.




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                                            APPENDIX B

Work Force Analysis by EEO Category by Department

The chart below lists the total number of City of Lynnwood employees by gender, ethnicity,
EEO category, and Department. Statistics are also shown that indicate the percentage in each
EEO category, by Department. (Total percentages may be slightly more or less than 100%
due to rounding.)

Department: Administrative Services
    Job Category       Total              Male                         Female
                                W     B      H     A   NA     W    B       H         A   NA

Officials/Admin.         6      3                            3
                   %   100%    50%                          50%
Professionals            4                        1          3
                   %   100%                      25%        75%
Technicians              6      4                 1                              1
                %      101%    67%               17%                            17%
Protective Svcs.
                %
Paraprofessionals         4      1                            3
                %      100%    25%                          75%
Admin.Support            19      1    1                      16          1
                %       99%     5%   5%                     84%         5%
Skilled Craft
                %
Service/Maint.
                %
Total by Dept           39      9     1           2          25          1       1
                %      101%    23%   3%          5%         64%         3%      3%




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Department: Community Development
    Job Category       Total              Male                          Female
                                 W    B      H   A   NA     W       B       H         A   NA

Officials/Admin.         5      4                          1
                   %   100%    80%                        20%
Professionals            6      5                                         1
                   %   100%    83%                                       17%
Technicians              4      2                          2
                %      100%    50%                        50%
Protective Svcs.
                %
Paraprofessionals
                %
Admin.Support            4                                 3                      1
                %      100%                               75%                    25%
Skilled Craft
                %
Service/Maint.
                %
Total by Dept           19      11                         6              1       1
                %      100%    58%                        32%            5%      5%



Department: Economic Development
    Job Category       Total              Male                          Female
                                 W    B      H   A   NA      W      B       H         A   NA

Officials/Admin.         1       1
                   %   100%    100%
Professionals            1                                  1
                   %   100%                               100%
Technicians
                %
Protective Svcs.
                %
Paraprofessionals
                %
Admin.Support            1                                         1
                %      100%                                      100%
Skilled Craft
                %
Service/Maint.
                %
Total by Dept           3       1                          1      1
                %      99%     33%                        33%    33%




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Department: Executive
    Job Category       Total               Male                       Female
                                 W     B      H   A   NA      W   B       H    A   NA

Officials/Admin.         2       2
                   %   100%    100%
Professionals
                   %
Technicians
                %
Protective Svcs.
                %
Paraprofessionals
                %
Admin.Support            2                                  1           1
                %      100%                                50%         50%
Skilled Craft
                %
Service/Maint.
                %
Total by Dept            4      2                           1           1
                %      100%    50%                         25%         25%

Department: Fire
    Job Category       Total               Male                       Female
                                 W     B      H   A   NA      W   B       H    A   NA

Officials/Admin.         7      6                           1
                   %   100%    86%                         14%
Professionals            9      8                           1
                   %   100%    89%                         11%
Technicians
                %
Protective Svcs.        44      39     1                    4
                %      100%    89%    2%                   9%
Paraprofessionals
                %
Admin.Support            2                                   2
                %      100%                                100%
Skilled Craft
                %
Service/Maint.
                %
Total by Dept           62      53     1                    8
                %      100%    85%    2%                   13%




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Department: Human Resources
    Job Category       Total           Male                            Female
                               W   B      H   A   NA      W        B       H    A   NA

Officials/Admin.         1                               1
                   %   100%                            100%
Professionals            1                               1
                   %   100%                            100%
Technicians
                %
Protective Svcs.
                %
Paraprofessionals        1                               1
                %      100%                            100%
Admin.Support            1                               1
                %      100%                            100%
Skilled Craft
                %
Service/Maint.
                %
Total by Dept            4                               4
                %      100%                            100%



Department: Municipal Court
    Job Category       Total           Male                            Female
                               W   B      H   A   NA      W        B       H    A   NA

Officials/Admin.         1                               1
                   %   100%                            100%
Professionals            3                               2     1
                   %   100%                             75%   25%
Technicians
                %
Protective Svcs.
                %
Paraprofessionals
                %
Admin.Support            9                               9
                %      100%                            100%
Skilled Craft
                %
Service/Maint.
                %
Total by Dept           13                              12     1
                %      100%                            92%    8%




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Department: Parks and Recreation
    Job Category       Total              Male                              Female
                                W     B      H     A   NA      W        B       H         A    NA

Officials/Admin.         4      3                            1
                   %   100%    75%                          25%
Professionals            9      4                 1          4
                   %    99%    44%               11%        44%
Technicians
                %
Protective Svcs.
                %
Paraprofessionals       134     39    5           3          72     3         3       7        2
                %      100%    29%   4%          2%         54%    2%        2%      5%       2%
Admin.Support             5      1                            4
                %      100%    20%                          80%
Skilled Craft            18     15                            2                       1
                %      100%    83%                          11%                      6%
Service/Maint.           22     19    2                       1
                %      100%    86%   9%                      5%
Total by Dept           192     80    8           4          84     3         3       8        2
                %      102%    42%   4%          2%         44%    2%        2%      4%       2%



Department: Police
    Job Category       Total              Male                              Female
                                W     B      H     A   NA      W        B       H         A    NA

Officials/Admin.         5       3                           2
                   %   100%    60%                          40%
Professionals            4       3                           1
                   %   100%    75%                          25%
Technicians             14      13                1
                %      100%    93%               7%
Protective Svcs.        70      63         1      2            4
                %      100%    90%        1%     3%           6%
Paraprofessionals        3                                     3
                %      100%                                 100%
Admin.Support           16      4                             10              1       1
                %      100%    25%                           63%             6%      6%
Skilled Craft
                %
Service/Maint.
                %
Total by Dept           112     86         1      3          20               1       1
                %      101%    77%        1%     3%         18%              1%      1%




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Department: Public Works
    Job Category       Total               Male                       Female
                                 W     B      H    A   NA     W   B       H    A   NA

Officials/Admin.          4       4
                   %   100%    100%
Professionals            12      10    1           1
                   %    99%     83%   8%          8%
Technicians              17       9         1           1    5          1
                %      100%     53%        6%          6%   29%        6%
Protective Svcs.
                %
Paraprofessionals
                %
Admin.Support            4        2                          2
                %      100%     50%                         50%
Skilled Craft           20       20
                %      100%    100%
Service/Maint.          22       14    2    1      1          4
                %      101%     64%   9%   5%     5%        18%
Total by Dept           79       59    3    2      2    1    11         1
                %      101%     75%   4%   3%     3%   1%   14%        1%

Abbreviations used in chart:
    W = White
    B     = African-American
    H     = Hispanic
    A     = Asian-American
    NA = Native-American




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               %        101%    75%    4%   3%     3%   1%   14%        1%

Abbreviations used in chart:
    W = White
    B      = African-Am erican
    H      = Hispanic
    A      = Asian-American
    NA = Native-American




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