EXHIBIT 2

RSOLUTION NO. 959
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
BONNEY LAKE, PIERCE COUNTY, WASHINGTON,
AUTHORIZING THE CHIEF OF POLICE TO SIGN AN
INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE DEA
TACOMA REGIONAL NARCOTICS TASK FORCE
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TAHOMA NARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT TEAM
THIS AGREEMENT was entered into by and between the following agencies at the
date specified and as of this date exists as follows:
Pierce County Sheriffs Department (1986)
Puyallup Police Department (1986)
Sumner Police Department (1991)
Washington State Patrol (1986)
Pierce County Prosecutor's Ofice (1986)
D.E.A. (1998)
Tacoma Police Department (1998)
Bonney Lake Police Departent (1997)
I. PROBLEM STATEMENT
Pierce County and its municipalities have experienced increased crime problems due to
dlUg abuse, which has risen rapidly in the past 30 years. This increase stems not only
from an increase in population in all areas in the county and in changing dlUg abuse
trends, but also from the lack of ability to maximize dlg enforcement efforts. The large
lral areas of the county make the county ideal for marijuana cultivation and clandestine
dlUg lab operations. The close proximity of large urban population centers provides a
ready market for illegal dlgs. Dlg abusers commit a significant number of major
crimes, such as residential and commercial burglary, robbery and assault.
II. NEED STATEMENT
The primary goals will be the pro-active investigation, arrest and prosecution of level one
dlUg traffickers of methamphetamine and Mexican black tar heroin at the federal level;
target other organizations and groups distributing and manufacturing powder cocaine,
crack cocaine, psychotropic dlgs and marijuana; deny and deprive dlUg trafficking
organizations.
The Pierce County criminal justice system must check and/or reduce the dlg abuse and
related problems within Pierce County by a coordinated and concentrated effort.
III. RECOMMENDATION
To address the dlUg problem a Task Force was formed in 1986 and joined with the DEA
in 1998. The Task Force consists of the DEA, Bonney Lake, Sumner, Puyallup,
Washington State Patrol, Tacoma Police Department and the Pierce County Sheriffs
Department and works in conjunction with the Pierce County Prosecutor's Ofice.
IV. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The Task Force will be comprised of personnel assigned from the major law enforcement
agencies within the County, Pierce County Prosecutor's Office and the Washington State
Patrol. It is agreed that at least one fll-time investigative person fnded by the Byrne
Grant shall be assigned from each of the following agencies for periods of three years,
with the option to extend an additional year to ensure unit effectiveness.
Bonney Lake Police Department
Puyallup Police Department
Pierce County Sheriffs Department
Sumner Police Department
Drug Enforcement Administration (D.E.A.)
Washington State Patrol and Tacoma Police Department shall each contribute one fll
time employee, including all operational expenses associated with the employee. The
Byre Grant does not fnd these full time employees.
V. BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND STRUCTURE OF ORGANIZATION
Overall goverance of the unit's operations, including the setting of investigative
priorities and general operating procedures, shall be vested in an Executive Board
consisting of department heads or their designee from each participating agency and in
the Resident Agent in Charge (RAC) assigned to the ofice by the DEA.
A Project Coordinator shall be used to describe the position exerclsmg staff
responsibilities over all matters relating to, or concered With, the fulfillment of the
function of the Task Force.
The Project Coordinator shall be responsible for keeping the Executive Board informed
on all matters relating to the fnction, accomplishments, and problems of the Task Force.
The RC is responsible for keeping the Project Coordinator advised of all activity and
shall give a monthly report to the Executive Board at their monthly meetings. Copies of
the monthly report shall also be sent to each participating agency.
All persons assigned to the unit shall work under the immediate supervision and direction
of the Project Coordinator and the RAC. All persons assigned to the unit shall adhere to
the rules and regulations as set forth in the D.E.A. 's Agent Manual, as well as their
individual departmental rules, policies, and procedures.
For the purpose of indemnification of the unit personnel and their participating
jurisdictions against any losses, damages, or liabilities arising out of the services and
activities of the unit, those personnel contributed by any participating jurisdiction shall be
deemed to be continuing under the employment of that jurisdiction and its police
department.
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Each agency contributing an employee to the unit will retain that employee as an
employee of the contributing agency and will be solely responsible for that employee:
such responsibility shall include the employee's salary and benefits, as well as all terms
and conditions of employment.
Any duly swor peace oficer, while assigned to duty with the unit as herein provided and
working at the direction of the Executive Board, its Chairperson and the Unit
Commander, shall have the same powers, duties, privileges, and immunities as are
conferred upon him as a peace officer in his own jurisdiction. They shall also have the
authority on behalf of the D.E.A to enforce Federal drug-traficking laws ..
Participating agencies may withdraw from the Unit by written statement of termination
directed to the Chairperson of the Executive Board. Termination of an agency's
participation and its responsibilities under this Agreement shall take place automatically
thirty (30) days after receipt of such written notice, or immediately upon written
notification that said agency is unable to sustain the required funding.
VI. BUDGET
The Executive Board shall adopt a budget. The D.E.A. shall be responsible for ofce
space and all operating costs. The High Intensity Drug Trafcking Area grant will
provide the task force with cell phones, cars and PE/PI money or other expenditures
as allocated by the H.I.D.T.A. grant.
Assets seized by the Task Force will be retained by the Task Force in accordance with
RCW 69.50.505, Seizures and Forfeitures. Equipment purchased, with the exception
of H.I.D.T.A. purchased equipment, will belong to the Task Force. H.I.D.T.A.
equipment will be disposed of in accordance with H.I.D.T.A. equipment guidelines.
In the event the unit is disbanded, such Task Force equipment derived from seizures will
be distributed as equally as possible to contributing agencies. However, if only one
agency terminates, equipment derived fom seizures will remain with the unit.
The Byre Grant fiscal cycle is July ! to June 30 annually. The application for the grant
is submitted to Washington State Department of Community, Trade q Economic
Development by the Project Coordinator with the assistance of the Resident Agent in
Charge. Funds are distributed under the direction of the Executive Board. The Pierce
County Sheriff s Department is the assigned Contractor for the grant. As the Contractor
the Department assumes responsibility for the distribution of the grant fnds.
Participating agencies shall bill the Contractor monthly. The Contractor, upon receipt of
said bill, shall bill the State for reimbursement fom the grant. Upon receipt of fnds,
Contractor shall reimburse the participating agencies. If Byrne funding is discontinued,
all participating agencies have the option to discuss the continuation of assignment
of staff to the Task Force.
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Upon approval by the Executive Board, seized fnds shall be distributed to participating
agencies.
The Task Force shall fnd one full time clerical position from seized and recovered
fnds.
VII. CONTEMPLATED UNIT COSTS
The Unit's primary focus shall be on investigations centering on narcotics trafficking,
attempting to impact the highest level dealer and wholesaler as possible. In
circumstances wherein a determination of specifc priorities of these investigations must
be made, the Executive Board will direct the Project Coordinator and the RAC as to the
unit's direction. The unit will be responsible for accomplishing the Board's objectives.
VIII. UNIT OBJECTIVES
The Task Force shall perform the activities and duties described below:
a. Disrupt the illicit drug traffic in the Pierce County area by dismantling target
violators and traficking organizations; and
b. Gather and report intelligence data relating to the trafficking In narcotics
dangerous drugs; and
c. Conduct undercover operations where appropriate and engage in such other
traditional methods of investigation in order that the Task Force's activities result
in effective prosecution before the courts of the United States and the State of
Washington.
IX. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE
This agreement shall be in effect for one year from it's making. The agreement
shall be extended each anniversary date unless either party has provided notice of
intent to abandon the agreement. If either parties desire the terminate the
relationship created by this agreement, they must provide not less than ninety (90)
days written notice to affected parties.
X. CONCLUSION
Law enforcement agencies are faced with the responsibility of narcotics investigations
with decreasing resources. Countywide, mUlti-agency task forces have proven their
ability to make signifcant impacts on crime. Such units are an extremely efcient use of
law enforcement expenditures. The cost effectiveness of this unit for city and county
resources is enhanced by the participation of the Drug Enforcement Administration;
Pierce County Prosecutor's Ofice and the State Patrol. This integrated law enforcement
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approach to narcotics investigations has been proven throughout the country as a positive
approach to combating the increasing lawlessness that surrounds narcotics within our
society.
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On behaif of my agency., Ì hereby confan our commitment to paricipate in the Tahoma
Narcotics Enforcement Team in accordance with the objectives 8D0 polic.i.es set forth in
this ageement
Pierce County Sheriff
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Bonney Lake Police Department Date
bVC:police Department Date
Tacoma Police Department Date
Washingon State Patrol Date
Drug Enforcement Administration Date
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City of Bonney Lake, Washington
Council Agenda Bill (C.A.B.) Approval Fonn
Delartment/Staf Contact: Council Meeting Date: Agenda Item Number
LDIcI Jc!cI ÌcDIu8Iy 26, 2002
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Ordinance Number: Resolution Number: Councilmember Slonsor:
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BUDGET INFORMATON
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L0uacìlL0mmíttccOatcs:
Finance Committee:
Public Safety Committee: February 4,
2002
Community Development & Planning
Committee:
Council Workshop:
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Council Call for Hearing:
Council Referred Back to:
Council Tabled Until:
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Board/Hearing Examiner Dates:
Planning Commission: Park Board:
Civil Service Commission:
Hearing ExamineI':
Council Hearings Date:
Workshop: Committee
Council Meeting Dates:

Mayo_y inistrator

Date City Attorey reviewed
!-2-02
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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE
DATE: ÌcDIu8Iy+, ZUUZ
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ISSUE AND DOCUMENTS HAVE BEEN REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY THE
CITY ADMINISTRATOR --
FINANCE DIRECTOR
CITY ATTORNEY
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COMMITTEE ACTION: RECOMMEND APPROVAL TO COUNCIL
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COMMITTEE COMMENTS:
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COMMITTEE'S RECOMMENDATION TO FORWARD TO:
CITY CLERK CITY ADMINISTRATOR

DISAPPROVED
CITY ATTORNEY
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