Moving Forward Strategic Directions
2. Community Engagement and Partnership Continue to work with the Chief’s Advisory Board as a valuable resource for formation of strategies, development of community policing concepts, increasing public awareness, and lev- eraging the experience of persons outside of policing to benefit the department and the community. Continue to initiate discussions with the Policy Advisory Committee regarding polices as it re- lates to officer procedures and training. Enhance youth engagement by expanding Fort Worth Police Athletic League programs, men- torship programs, and the Police Explorers Pro- gram. Continue to research innovative, community- oriented programs to engage the public. Continue to reduce, solve, and prevent crime by modifying as needed the operational struc- ture to address emerging challenges and ineffi- ciencies. Continue to expand intelligence-Led Policing (ILP) to ensure sufficient and timely information is available to all decision makers. 3. Operational Improvements
4. Technology Development and Infrastructure Expansion
Continue to update the Police Department website to provide a transparent user-friendly tool for citizens to get information. Continue to improve/expand existing systems or find new technologies that aid investigations, improve operations, or increases data access and transparency. Determine solution for Northwest Patrol Divi- sion lease and secure funding for future facility. Complete Property Room expansion project in Bob Bolen Public Safety Complex Fire Training shell. Complete the South Patrol Division facility pro- ject. Implement minor facility projects as listed in the Facility section. Explore solutions and funding sources to re- place leased Central Patrol Division facilities and centralized police services currently at 1000 Calvert.
Continue to reduce response times.
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