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PD 10 1055 0474 2nd Installment

PD 10 1055 0474 2nd Installment

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This is a second installment of a three part release of around 1,800 emails from the Washington State Patrol. They describe operations of the Detectives of the Criminal Investigation Division. The description in the first part of the series was mistaken - and referred to the number of pages, not emails.
This is a second installment of a three part release of around 1,800 emails from the Washington State Patrol. They describe operations of the Detectives of the Criminal Investigation Division. The description in the first part of the series was mistaken - and referred to the number of pages, not emails.

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Published by: Andrew Charles Hendricks on Mar 19, 2011
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From:
To:
Cc:
Subject:
RE: VIN and Auto Theft
Date:
Friday, October 08, 2010 10:53:00 AM
 Attachments:
 Auto Theft Justification 10-5-10.docx
Here is the updated version for the auto theft and VIN justification.Captain Michael DahlCriminal Investigation Division (CID)210 11th Ave SW, Room 409Olympia, WA. 98504(360) 704-2950 (desk)(360) 239-0042 (cell)From: Thomsen, Heidi (WSP)Sent: Friday, October 08, 2010 9:29 AMTo: Dahl, Mike (WSP)Cc: Nashleanas, Eileen (WSP)Subject: RE: VIN and Auto TheftHi Mike,Just checking in to see where you are with this. If you get a draft done today, please forward to Eileen and she can incorporate it into thedocument. We will need it by early Monday morning at the latest to allow for review of the entire request by Bob/I and the DC and Chief.Thanks.Eileen – The current version of the document is located at: W:\FISCAL\BUDGET\2011-13 Biennium\Budget Development\Cuts\Decision Packagesfor Cuts\State Patrol Highway Account Reduction.docx <file:///\\WSPGPOLYGA2\wp_data\FISCAL\BUDGET\2011-13%20Biennium\Budget%20Development\Cuts\Decision%20Packages%20for%20Cuts\State%20Patrol%20Highway%20Account%20Reduction.docx> If you can highlight what is added, that would be great as I’ve reviewed the rest of the document.Heidi ThomsenWSP Budget ManagerBudget & Fiscal Services(360) 596-4046Micro 12, Ext. 11046From: Dahl, Mike (WSP)Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 2010 1:31 PMTo: Thomsen, Heidi (WSP); LeBlanc, Chuck (WSP); Bosman, Dennis (WSP); Huntley, Keith (WSP)Subject: Re: VIN and Auto Theft Yes, we can get you some data and information to specify the impact.My Lieutenants will pull that data and craft a narrative for my review and I will forward that to you within a day or so.Lieutenants, please get the data and dollars requested below. When you complete a proposal, send it to me for review and I will sens it to Heidi.Thanks,From: Thomsen, Heidi (WSP)Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 2010 01:26 PMTo: Dahl, Mike (WSP)Subject: VIN and Auto Theft
 
Mike,I’d like to “beef up” the narrative in the decision package for the SPHA reductions for VIN and auto theft. The narrative states that the impacts toeliminating these programs will be “dramatic” and “significant”. By reading this, the reader is left with the question of “so what?” Do we have data that shows what impact VIN and auto theft have to citizens? I’ve looked at the SAF data for VIN and auto theft. Can we saywe do an average of XX VIN inspections per year and this results in an average of $YY and XX vehicles recovered per year? Is there any otherdata that substantiates the work we do and the impact to citizens that could be added? Similar thing with Auto theft. We should show theaverage # of cases worked per year and the impacts of working those cases (avg # of arrests, vehicles recovered, etc.). Also – is there evidence that when a stolen vehicle is recovered, then we find that the individual has been involved in other crimes (has otherstolen property, drugs, etc.)? If so, then I think we need some narrative to this effect. Maybe even a short paragraph on the auto theft casethat you discussed during SAF today? What OFM and the Legislature want to know is what the impacts to citizens are if they were to eliminatethese programs. This will help them to prioritize all the transportation needs statewide and decide what should be funded.Please let me know if you’d like to meet to discuss.Thanks,HeidiHeidi ThomsenWSP Budget ManagerBudget & Fiscal Services(360) 596-4046Micro 12, Ext. 11046
 
From:
Dahl, Mike (WSP)
To:
Cc:
Subject:
Fleet
Date:
Friday, October 08, 2010 11:58:00 AM
Mike,I am sending down a fleet involving Det/Sgt Rick Smith that occurred on9-27-2010. It is a very lowlevel collision. You may notice that there was a little lack of compliance with investigative procedures as outlined in our AIM. I just wanted to assure you that this has been addressed with the Sergeant and Lieutenant and Iam hopeful we will do better next time.MikeCaptain Michael DahlCriminal Investigation Division (CID)210 11th Ave SW, Room 409Olympia, WA. 98504(360) 704-2950 (desk)(360) 239-0042 (cell)

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