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NCJ Number: 148999 Find in a Library
Title: Columbus Division of Police 1993 Annual Report
Corporate Author: Columbus Police Dept
United States of America
Date Published: 1993
Page Count: 32
Sponsoring Agency: Columbus Police Dept
Columbus, OH 43215-2838
Sale Source: Columbus Police Dept
120 Marconi Boulevard
Columbus, OH 43215-2838
United States of America
Type: Report (Annual/Periodic)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This 1993 annual report of the Columbus Division of Police presents information and statistics on organizational structure, the operations of the subdivisions, significant achievements, personnel, offenses, and arrests.
Abstract: Subdivision reports encompass the Executive Subdivision, the Administrative Subdivision, the Patrol Subdivision, the Investigative Subdivision, and the Support Operations Subdivision. A review of the year's major achievements focuses on the Canine Unit, the Citizen Police Academy, the Automated Identification Management System, cultural sensitivity training, management of a Ku Klux Klan rally, and expanded fingerprinting. Other significant achievements described are the implementation of the field force concept, the formation of two Street Crime Attack Teams, and the purchase of a Luma-Lite 2000A for forensic work. Information on personnel addresses retirements, promotions, personnel status, awards, and complaints and compliments. A financial statement is followed by statistics on criminal offenses, traffic offenses, and arrests. These statistics encompass a 10-year period. Columbus' crime statistics are compared with those of Ohio's three other largest cities.
Main Term(s): Police statistics
Index Term(s): Ohio; Police employment/expenditure data; Police organizational structure; Police personnel; Police policies and procedures
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