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CITY

OF OAKLAND

Memorandum TO: ATTN: FROM: DATE: RE: Bureau of Investigation Deputy Chief Jeffrey A. Israel Criminal Investigation Division 15 Feb 10 2009 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION ANNUAL REPORT

Staffing CID Authorized vs. Actual Staffing as of 2009 Authorized Actual Vacancies Number Number (+/-) 1 1 0 3 3 0 34 27 7 33 28 5 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 5 4 1 79 65 14

Classification Captain of Police Lieutenant of Police Sergeants of Police Police Officers Admin. Analyst II Admin. Asst. I PST II PRSs Overall Total

Vacancies Percentage 0% 0% 21% 15% 0% 0% 100% 20% 18%

SPECIAL INVESTIGATION SECTION - Section Functions and Responsibilities The Special Investigation Section (SIS) was reorganized on 26 May 10. It was created to merge several organizational units within the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) into one section thereby increasing our communication and aligning units with inter-related and interdependent enforcement strategies. It required the reorganization and consolidation of several units within the Department. We also co-located units with related enforcement responsibilities in an effort to augment the Departments ability to impact gangs and violent crime. The co-location of units in the Special Investigation Section increases intelligence, personnel, equipment, and resource sharing which contributes to our overall goal of thwarting crime and dismantling criminal organizations.

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Homicide: The following chart is an example of our caseload compared to other agencies for 2009: Police Department Oakland San Jose San Diego San Francisco Fresno Number of Homicides 109 28 41 45 42 Total Investigators 12 12 25 29 10

Productivity Performance Data 2009* Arrest by Investigator Arrest Warrants Obtained Ramey Warrants Obtained Search Warrants Obtained No. of Admissions/Confessions Photo Line-Ups 63 1 49 200 41 885

*Includes homicide, attempted murder, and shooting cases investigated by Homicide investigators. 2009 Arrest & Prosecution (Felony) DA Refused to Prosecute Homicide Statistical Information Homicides In-Custody Deaths Officer Involved Shootings Attempted Murder Investigations Suspicious and/or Unexplained Death Investigations 2008 Homicide Cases Solved and Prosecuted Homicide Cases Solved from Prior Years 5150 Cases Processed TETF II 109 2 6 11 463 48 13 3,560 47 5

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The following chart shows the accomplishments of the Targeted Enforcement Task Force II assigned to the Homicide Section: Murder Suspects Arrested Attempted Murder Suspects Arrested Murders Interrupted/Prevented Guns Recovered during Enforcement Stops Homicide Cases Cleared Through Arrests Electronic Surveillance (Stingray) Arrests 16 12 5 115 16 19

Stingray Operations/ESU Arrests Nine (9) subjects wanted for 187 PC Three (3) subjects wanted for 664/187 PC Two (2) subjects wanted for 245(a)(2) PC (ADW shooting) Four (4) subjects wanted for 211 PC One (1) subject wanted for 207 PC (kidnapping) One (1) subject wanted for 136.1(c)(1) PC (intimidation of a witness)

Witnesses located Thirty three (33) homicide witnesses were located.

Search Warrants, Probation/Parole Searches The TETF II has conducted or assisted 15+ searches, excluding Stingray operations.

Recoveries The TETF II has recovered or assisted in the recovery of 75+ firearms.

Significant Accomplishments TETF I continued to support the Alameda Countys prosecutions from 2008s Nutcracker wiretap investigation. TETF I was also instrumental in obtaining and performing wiretap investigations in the high-profile murder investigations, such as the Hassani Campbell case. TETF I continued to be a leader in the field of electronic surveillance to include vehicle trackers and Pen Registers, which provided information which often proved to be invaluable in ongoing narcotics and violent crime investigations.
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GITF recovered: o 110 firearms, o nearly $100,000 in cash and o over $1,000,000 (street value) in narcotics and controlled substances, GITF arrested over 100 violent offenders to include gang members. GITF participated in the federal charging of 30 known felons targeted by the unit.

GITF put together operations involving the entire Department to recover firearms from prohibited persons through the Automated Prohibited Persons System (APPS). During one operation, the Department was able to recover 24 firearms within 3 hours. In June 2009, GITF established a Department wide reward system to recognize officers who recover firearms. The reward is called the 12025 Top Gun pin and works similar to the existing 10851 VC (auto theft) pin. All firearms recovered are tracked by GITF to ascertain which ten (10) officers recover the most firearms during a six (6) month period. To date, the unit has identified the first ten (10) officers to receive their pins.

Robbery Staffing Authorized Lieutenant of Police Admin. Sgt. *Investigators Police Records Specialist Total Productivity Performance Data Robbery Reports Received 2009 Jan-Jun Total Reports Assigned Total In-Custody Received Total Reports Filed Total Reports Received 298 157 1,045 1,500 Jul 35 23 204 262 Aug 37 13 183 233 Sep 42 25 187 254 Oct 50 15 210 275 Nov 55 16 256 327 Dec 36 28 165 229 1 1 12 1 15

Actual 1 1 6 1 9

YTD 553 277 2,250 3,080

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Robbery Follow-up Activities 2009 Jan-Jun Arrest by Investigator Arrest Warrants obtained Ramey Warrants obtained Search Warrants obtained No. of Adm./Confessions Parole/Probation Searches Photo Line-ups Physical Line-ups 43 13 44 22 129 1 209 1 Jul 0 0 3 3 18 1 28 2 Aug 0 2 2 1 18 0 33 0 Sep 5 3 6 4 41 3 51 20 Oct 3 1 9 4 32 4 52 1 Nov 2 0 7 4 25 2 53 6 Dec 4 0 4 6 30 3 62 0 YTD 57 19 75 44 293 14 488 30

Prosecution 2009 CID & Patrol Arrest & Prosecution (Felony) Arrest & Prosecution (Misd.) Arrest & Prosecution (Parole) Arrest & Prosecution (Probation) O/C Arrest & Prosecution (Felony) O/C Arrest & Prosecution (Misd.) O/C Arrest & Prosecution (Parole) O/C Arrest & Prosecution (Prob.) DA Refused to Prosecute O/C = Out of Custody The Assault Section is responsible for investigating felony and misdemeanor assault cases. This section is also tasked with investigating hate crimes. Jan-Jun 84 3 3 3 45 0 0 0 28 Jul 13 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 7 Aug 8 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 6 Sep 20 3 0 0 18 0 0 0 4 Oct 12 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 3 Nov 9 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 Dec YTD 23 1 1 1 6 0 0 0 4 169 8 5 4 86 0 0 0 58

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Assault Staffing 2009 Authorized Lieutenant of Police Admin. Sgt. *Investigators Police Records Specialist Total 1 1 11 1 14

Actual 1 1 6 1 9

Assault Reports Received Jan-Jun Total Reports Assigned Total In-Custody Received Total Reports Filed Total Reports Received 300 449 1,707 2,456 Jul 53 53 329 435 Aug 58 105 288 451 Sep 85 76 303 464 Oct 39 55 384 478 Nov 35 65 251 351 Dec 35 83 295 413 YTD 605 886 3,557 5,048

Assault Follow-up Activities Jan-Jun Arrest by Investigator Arrest Warrants obtained Ramey Warrants obtained Search Warrants obtained No. of Adm./Confessions Parole/Probation Searches Photo Line-ups Physical Line-ups 22 16 25 19 70 4 144 1 Jul 6 1 1 0 12 2 34 0 Aug 4 1 5 5 13 0 32 5 Sep 6 3 5 6 16 0 34 0 Oct 3 4 4 6 5 0 14 0 Nov 2 1 4 6 4 0 16 0 Dec 1 0 1 1 11 0 17 0 YTD 44 26 45 43 131 6 291 6

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Prosecution 2009 Jan-Jun Jul Aug Arrest & Prosecution (Felony) Arrest & Prosecution (Misd.) Arrest & Prosecution (Parole) Arrest & Prosecution (Probation) O/C Arrest & Prosecution (Felony) O/C Arrest & Prosecution (Misd.) O/C Arrest & Prosecution (Parole) O/C Arrest & Prosecution (Prob.) DA Refused to Prosecute *O/C = Out of Custody 91 104 11 36 16 25 6 9 212 18 11 0 4 1 5 0 0 41 24 20 3 12 5 1 0 0 42

Sep 22 13 2 13 4 4 0 0 36

Oct 9 14 0 7 2 7 0 0 36

Nov 14 14 1 9 6 14 0 0 36

Dec 19 26 1 7 2 0 0 0 33

YTD 197 202 18 88 36 56 6 9 436

Theft Follow-up Activities 2009 Jan-Jun Arrest by Investigator Arrest Warrants obtained Ramey Warrants obtained Search Warrants obtained No. of Adm./Confessions Parole/Probation Searches Photo Line-ups Physical Line-ups 13 8 10 19 28 8 49 0 Jul 0 4 2 5 4 3 6 0 Aug 0 3 2 5 4 0 16 0 Sep 2 2 4 7 10 1 13 0 Oct 3 6 7 11 13 6 20 0 Nov 3 0 8 2 11 0 29 0 Dec 3 2 4 4 19 0 19 0 YTD 24 25 47 53 89 18 152 0

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Prosecution 2009 Jan-Jun Arrest & Prosecution (Felony) Arrest & Prosecution (Misd.) Arrest & Prosecution (Parole) Arrest & Prosecution (Probation) O/C Arrest & Prosecution (Felony) O/C Arrest & Prosecution (Misd.) O/C Arrest & Prosecution (Prob.) DA Refused to Prosecute 289 105 12 125 16 4 3 118 Jul 42 23 2 26 5 0 0 19 Aug 48 27 2 19 1 0 0 18 Sep 43 20 5 24 2 0 0 21 Oct 41 23 5 11 1 1 1 18 Nov 50 21 4 17 3 1 0 18 Dec 47 26 6 12 3 1 1 12 YTD 551 241 36 232 30 7 5 211

Performance Data Photo Lab 6,157 Films Issued 6,195 Films Processed 103,676 Photographs Processed Field Support Unit Felony Arrests 397 Misdemeanor Arrests 410 Subpoena 78 Extraditions 15 FBI Arrests 105

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DEA TASK FORCE

OPD DEA TASK FORCE


2009 SUMMARY STATS
Case Agents: E. Karsseboom 8040P & L. Sanchez 8181P

TOTAL
NARCOTICS

FELONY ARRESTS 153 EVIDENCE


TYPE
COCAINE HCL COCAINE BASE METHAMPHETAMINE MARIJUANA HEROIN

AMOUNT
16 LBS, 3 OZ 4 OZ 7 LBS, 1 OZ 150 LBS, 6 OZ 1 OZ

FIREARMS

TOTAL TYPE
ASSAULT WEAPON(S) RIFLE(S) SEMI-AUTO PISTOL(S) REVOLVER(S)

173 LBS, 15 OZ NUMBER


2 1 7 4

CURRENCY

TOTAL TOTAL

14 $ 405,000.00

PAROLE AND CORRECTIONS TEAM (PACT) The Oakland Police Departments Parole and Corrections Team (PACT) is made up of six OPD officers, three parole agents and one probation agent. Based out of the Special Operations Section most of the year, the unit was transferred to the Criminal Investigation Division in December of 2009.

Significant Statistical Information: Total Arrests o Parole Violation o Probation Violation Total Firearms Recovered o Assault Rifles 912 453 103 61 (14/61)

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CID PERSONNEL MOVEMENTS / TRANSFERS IN 2009 CAME TO CID FROM DATE Prop. & Evid. 11/21/2009 Unit SOS-PACT 11/21/2009 Team SOS-SDU I 11/21/2009 (PACT) SOS-SDU I 11/21/2009 (PACT) SOS-SDU I 11/21/2009 (PACT) SOS-SDU I 11/21/2009 (PACT) SOS-SDU I 11/21/2009 (PACT) SOS-SDU I 11/21/2009 (PACT) SOS-DEA Task 11/21/2009 Force SOS-DEA Task 11/21/2009 Force Patrol 3A-0500 10/3/2009 CRT 3 10/3/2009 SOS-SDU 28/15/2009 Gang 5/19/2009 Patrol 05/3A 5/16/2009 Patrol 05/3A 5/16/2009 YFSD/ISS/Cold 5/9/2009 Case Patrol 08/3A 4/4/2009 IAD 4/4/2009 SRS 3 4/4/2009 SRS 3 4/4/2009 Patrol 4/4/2009 SRS 1 4/4/2009 SRS 3 4/4/2009 Patrol 4/4/2009 SRS 3 4/4/2009 Patrol/2A-0800 3/14/2009 Patrol 3/7/2009
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CLASS Sergeant Sergeant Officer Officer Officer Officer Officer Officer Officer Officer Officer Officer

NAME Serge Babka Robert Glock Christopher Crabtree Cesar Garcia William Pappas Brodie Rivera Bruce Vallimont Douglas Walker Eric Karsseboom

REASON/TO CID Admin. Homicide / PACT Team Homicide / PACT Team Homicide / PACT Team Homicide / PACT Team Homicide / PACT Team Homicide / PACT Team Homicide / PACT Team CID DEA CID DEA GITF GITF SIS/ALCO Narcotics (Loan) SIS GITF GITF Homicide/Cold Case Robbery Robbery TETF II TETF II TETF II FSU TETF II TETF II Assault Theft (End of Loan) Theft (End of Loan)

Jason Sena Eric Milina Makisig Sevilla Randolph Sergeant Brandwood Lieutenant Jeffrey A. Loman Officer Clifford Bunn Officer Gerardo Melero Sergeant Sergeant Officer Officer Officer Officer Officer Officer Officer Officer Officer Officer Robert Nolan Leronne Armstrong Steven Bang Frank Bonifacio Richard Niven Michael Osanna Anthony Ramos Jason Saunders Anthony Tedesco Richard Vass Bruce Worden Daniel Salcido

CLASS Officer PST II Officer Lieutenant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Officer Sergeant Officer Officer Officer
Officer Officer Officer Officer

NAME Steven Gray Eileen Boyle Martin Ziebarth Brian Medeiros Rachael Van Sloten Darrin Downum Alex Perez Robert Endow Robert Muniz Bradley Baker Michael Valle Phillip Gall Adriane Jacobs Robert SilvaRodriguez Edwin Somarriba Mark Contreras NAME Louis N. Cruz Bruce Worden John Gutierrez Claudia Erving Darrin Downum Robert Endow Gerald Moriarty John Kelly Leo Sanchez Ersie Joyner Drennon Lindsey Rick Andreotti Steve Chavez Oliver Cunningham Derwin Longmire Sven Hamilton Steven Nowak

FROM Patrol ID Extended Mil. Leave Training Patrol/3A-0500 SRS-3/CRT 6 Patrol/2B-1100 SOS-Ora/Net, E&CE Communication SRS 1/CRT 1 SRS 2/CRT 3 Patrol/1B-0500 Patrol/3B-0500

DATE 3/7/2009 3/7/2009 3/7/2009 2/7/2009 2/7/2009 2/7/2009 2/7/2009 2/7/2009 2/7/2009 2/7/2009 2/7/2009 2/7/2009 2/7/2009

REASON/TO Theft (End of Loan) FSU TETF I (End of Mil. Leave) Homicide Homicide Assault Robbery Theft Theft (End of Loan) TETF I TETF I Theft Theft

CLASS Sergeant Officer Officer PST II Sergeant Sergeant Officer Officer Officer Lieutenant Lieutenant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Officer

Patrol 2 PSO 4 2/7/2009 Theft OIG-Auditing 2/7/2009 Theft Unit SRS 1/PSO 1 2/7/2009 FSU LEFT CID FROM DATE REASON/TO Homicide 12/30/2009 Service Ret. CID Theft 10/3/2009 Patrol 05/1B Homicide 7/10/2009 30 Yrs Service Ret. CID Front Desk 6/22/2009 Service Retirement Assault 5/16/2009 Patrol Theft 5/16/2009 Patrol Theft 3/24/2009 BFO Admin. TETF I 2/17/2009 Patrol (Capped Out) TETF I 2/14/2009 Patrol (Capped Out) Homicide 2/7/2009 Patrol Robbery 2/7/2009 Promotion/Patrol Homicide 2/7/2009 Patrol Theft 2/7/2009 Promotion/Communication Theft 2/7/2009 Patrol Homicide 2/7/2009 Patrol Assault 2/7/2009 Patrol Robbery 2/7/2009 Patrol
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CIDs Departmental Awards The following CID employees were recognized for exceptional performance in 2009: AWARDS Community Service Award BOI Employee of the Year Spirit Award Unit Citation Award Unit Citation Award Unit Citation Award Unit Citation Award Unit Citation Award Unit Citation Award Unit Citation Award Unit Citation Award Unit Citation Award Plans and Goals for CID As part of the Oakland Police Departments (OPD) overall violence reduction plan, the Criminal Investigation Divisions (CID) investigative resources will be primarily directed at guns, drugs, and gangs. This focus will support and complement the Departments overall crime reduction plan and will require multi-dimensional thinking. The gathering, analyzing, and dissemination of intelligence information to dismantle/disrupt gangs and gang-related activity will be the primary objectives for 2010. The resources within CID will be directed, realigned, and focused at known gangs and their sphere of influence, utilizing a variety of innovative and creative strategies, while respecting the rule of law and adhering to the Departmental and NSA policies. This will require a high degree of integration, cooperation, and alignment across all the investigative sections and specialized units. MEMBERS / EMPLOYEES Lt. J. Meeks Ms. Nenette Causapin Ms. Cassandra Lane Sgt. N. Joshi Ofc. K. Kaney Ofc. C. Bunn Ofc. E. Guerrero Ofc. E. Milina Ofc. F. Shavies Ofc. D. Gil Ofc. G. Melero Ofc. M. Sevilla

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