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2019 Annual Report South Jordan City Police Department

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Table of Contents Letter From The Fire Chief 2 POLICE DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT AND DEPARTMENT VALUES

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ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE 4 ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION 5 Uniformed services division 6 Investigations DIVISION 7 INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION - continued 8 INVESTIGATIONS, VICTIM SERVICES, PROPERTY AND EVIDENCE UNITS

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Traffic unit, training unit, and community outreach

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Special SERVICES DIVISION SPECIAL EVENTS, COPS FOR KIDS CHARITY, D.A.R.E/OUTREACH UNITS

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Public safety building dedication 12 Station 64 - ground breaking 13 COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD 14 STATISTICAL DATA CALLS FOR SERVICE, CALLS FOR SERVICE AND POPULATION, AVERAGE RESPONSE TIME

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DUI’S, TOTAL ACCIDENTS, ACCIDENTS AND POPULATION 16 Property, violent, population total crimes, and crimes by category

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Burglary, vehicle theft, larceny and arson 18 County property and county violent crimes plus population

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County cities population, total part 1 crimes per 1,000 plus population

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Awards banquet

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2019 Message from the Chief As we finish another decade, I have reflected on my career which started in the early eighties and thought about the advancements in policing as well as some of the new challenges we face. I am proud to be associated with the men and women of this profession and especially proud of the officers and civilians that serve South Jordan City. Officers working in South Jordan today face different challenges such as being asked to deal with a spiraling drug problem and mental health issues. Our hope is that they are better equipped and trained than those of us that policed in a different time. Our residents can be assured that we make every effort to provide the latest in equipment to help keep our residents and officers safe while doing so in a fiscally responsible way. Our mission includes involving the community in a meaningful partnership. We do that in various ways but I would like to highlight the police department’s Community Advisory Board. This board is made of dedicated residents as well as a representative from the Jeff Carr Chief of Police business community and the school district. The board allows the police department to engage various stakeholders in our mission. Meeting with residents and representatives from the business community and schools help us better understand what is important to South Jordan and what expectations the community has for critical services provided by the police department. The values of our Police Department and South Jordan City are guardrails that help ensure appropriate service to our residents. Our city has always had a strong sense of community, while placing a high value on families. We ask our officers to adhere to those common values as they interact with the community. However, at times, the work they do can be dangerous as they act to protect the community. Officers are asked daily to control difficult situations and sometimes that requires direct talk and actions. We hope our residents will understand and support their important work. In our city, I believe the vast majority of our residents respect and appreciate our police officers. I see evidence of that every day. Sir Robert Peel, the father of modern policing, said in 1829 “The police at all times should maintain a relationship with the public that gives reality to the historic tradition that the police are the public and the public are the police.� It is our hope that the police department reflects this statement that I believe is just as relevant today as it was nearly two centuries ago. Success in crime prevention and reduction efforts will always be a partnership with the community. In any partnership, both partners have to be committed and willing to work for it to be a success. The police department has felt that commitment from the community and we pledge ourselves towards that goal. It is an honor to serve you and I hope that you enjoy the 2019 annual report. Jeff Carr Police Chief


South Jordan City South Jordan was primarily a rural farming community when it became incorporated as a town in 1935. In 1960 the population was 1,354 and by 1970 the population had more than doubled to 2,942. Housing gradually started to replace farmland as the population once again more than doubled by 1980 to 7,492. Then in 1990 it nearly doubled again to 13,106. The 2017 population was 72,602. This type of growth brings many kinds of challenges and opportunities. South Jordan is committed to preserving the natural beauty of this area.

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Mission Statement

Provide professional police services through engaged community partnerships consistent with the values of South Jordan City.

SJPD at a glance 66 Sworn Officers 2 Animal Control 8 Civilian Personnel 49 Marked Patrol Vehicles 12 Unmarked Vehicles 3 Motorcycles 3 Support Vehicles 2 Animal Control Vehicles 10 Special Vehicles/Trailers 3

Police Department Values Character

Acting with Integrity, Fairness, and Compassion, Holding Ourselves Accountable for our Actions.

Competence

Promoting Education and Training, Learning from Experiences, Using our Intelligence to Solve Problems, and Turning Knowledge into Wisdom.

Trust

Building Trust with Community and Each Other, Ensuring our Words Align with our Actions.

Transparency

Openness with the Community and Each Other, Understanding that our Authority Comes from the Public We Serve.


2019 Annual Report

Organization Structure Jeanene Clark

Administrative Assistant

Jeff Carr Chief of Police

Jason Knight

Deputy Chief of Police

Lieutenant Matt Brown

Lieutenant Rob Hansen

Lieutenant Matt Pennington

Sergeant Sam Winkler

Sergeant Josh Whatcott Sergeant David Lovendahl

Sergeant Sean Phillips

Special Services Division

Traffic Unit School Resource Unit Crossing Guards Special Events Sergeant Case Winder

Patrol Division

Investigations Division

Day Shift Patrol

Investigations Unit Homeland Security (ILO)

Sergeant Nate Thompson Sergeant Eric Anderson

Jodi Skogg

Afternoon Shift Patrol

Property and Evidence Unit Crime Scene Response

Sergeant Travis Kaer Sergeant Eric Hill

Josie McCarter

Training Unit Animal Services Peer Support Unit

Graveyard Shift Patrol

Shar Hoffman

Other Units

Support Services Unit

SWAT Team K-9 Unit

Victim Services Unit Other Units Crisis Negotiation Unit Honor Guard Unit

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Administrative Services Division

The South Jordan Police Department made a substantial organizational change in 2019 resulting in the promotion of a third Lieutenant to act as a Division Commander and a reorganization of the existing police department structure. This was an important step to accommodate the challenges of a growing community, while maintaining the span of control necessary to remain effective and efficient. The new structure includes the following: The Office of the Chief

This includes the Police Chief, Deputy Police Chief, an Executive Officer and an Executive Assistant. The Office of the Chief drives the Mission, Vision, and Values of the organization and maintains responsibility for all financial management, policy management, legislative liaison, technology maintenance, internal affairs, human resources, and employee health and wellness. Patrol Division The Patrol Division is the largest division of the police department and is responsible for the majority of public contact. The Patrol Division includes all uniformed patrol services, the Tactical Unit, and the K-9 Unit. Investigations Division The Investigations Division is responsible for all major follow-up criminal investigations, property and crime scene. Special Services Division The Special Services Division has a wide ranging area of responsibility as they touch all of the other areas of the police department. The responsibilities include units such as Animal Control, School Resources, Traffic, Training, Peer Support, Special Events, and coordination of all extra duty assignments. In 2019, we saw our final year of accreditation with the Utah Chiefs of Police Association and will be seeking to renew our accreditation with the Utah Chiefs in early 2020. We also saw a three year trend emerge in the reduction of our instances of Use of Force. In 2017 there was 136 instances where officers were required to use force, and in 2018 this number dropped to 116 instances. We are proud to say in 2019 this figure dropped again to 104 instances. In each of those years, less than 10% of those cases resulted in injury to the subject and officer involved.

Jason Knight Deputy Chief of Police

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As we look ahead to 2020, we hope to continue to develop our police officers and supporting personnel to serve this great community and provide our citizens with the best police services in the region.


2019 Annual Report

Uniformed Services Division

The importance of a partnership between the police and the community cannot be overstated, it is through this partnership that the high quality of life and low-crime rate can be preserved for those who live and work in South Jordan. Although we know that good police work can contribute to a low crime rate, police work is only part of the equation. The public’s willingness to get involved to both prevent and respond to crime is critical to our success as a community. The South Jordan Patrol Division is committed to keeping South Jordan a safe and peaceful community. Our department members recognize and value the responsibility of serving our community in a professional manner and the importance of preserving the public trust. The Patrol Division is the largest division within our agency, encompassing many shifts, units and teams, including; patrol officers, traffic investigators, and K-9 units. Members of the division work collectively to improve the quality of life and to provide a safe environment for the residents of our community. I would like to commend the men and women of the South Jordan Police Department Patrol Division for their continued commitment to the residents we serve. Their devotion to our community is revealed in the hard work and responsible service demonstrated on a daily basis.

Rob Hansen Lieutenant

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2019 Annual Report

South Jordan City

INVESTIGATIONS Division

Police Department

The Investigations Division within the South Jordan Police Department consists of one Lieutenant and one Sergeant who are responsible for the following areas: • Investigations Unit • Victim Services Unit • Property and Evidence Unit

Matt Pennington Lieutenant

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2019 Annual Report

Investigations Unit

Investigations Division

The Investigations Unit consists of one Detective Sergeant and nine Detectives: seven tasked with general criminal investigation, one assigned to investigate local street crime activities, and one with the DEA Metro Narcotics Task Force. In addition, we have one part-time Investigations Administrative Assistant to help everything run smoothly. The Investigations Unit is responsible for conducting follow-up investigations on criminal cases reported to the department. In addition to receiving cases from uniformed patrol officers, in special circumstances investigators create additional cases resulting from direct contact with informants or complainants about criminal activity related to controlled substances, gangs, crimes against children, and any others as necessary. During 2019, the Investigations Unit reviewed and managed over 1180 cases, 642 of which were assigned to a detective for follow up. The Unit’s positive closure ratio was around 57%, which is a 17% increase from 2018.

VICTIM SERVICES Unit The Victim Services Unit consists of one full-time program coordinator, two part-time advocates, and one volunteer advocate. They are responsible for helping victims and witnesses of criminal activity related to fire, deaths, domestic violence, sexual assault, and any other crimes where the advocates feel someone may benefit from the services they can offer. Trained advocates assess the needs of victims and witnesses, and provide support and referrals to resources that help in recovery and navigation of the criminal justice system. In addition, the advocates spend countless hours in the courtroom with victims and witnesses as support and advocate for their voices to be heard. In 2019, the unit provided services to nearly 700 victims.

PROPERTY AND EVIDENCE UNIT The Property and Evidence Unit consists of one full-time Evidence Custodian, who also doubles as a Crime Scene Technician and Quarter Master coordinator, and one part-time Evidence Technician. Together they are responsible for managing all evidence items seized or held by the police department, currently maintaining nearly 29,000 physical and digital articles of evidence. Maintaining all of this is crucial to supporting criminal cases set for prosecution. In 2019, the Property and Evidence Unit processed 5,417 articles of evidence and released or destroyed 454 articles. In addition, the Prescription Drug Take Back Program, which the Property and Evidence Unit manages in collaboration with our local DEA office, was again very successful in 2019 collecting over 950 lbs. of unused prescription drugs.

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2019 Annual Report

South Jordan City

SPECIAL Services Division

Police Department

Special Events The Special Services Division oversees and participates in the planning of special events within the city. These events include the SoJo Race Series, Summer Fest, the Safety and Preparedness Fair, and a variety of other community activities.

MATT BROWN Lieutenant

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SPECIAL SERVICES Statistics

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Cases - Incident Total: 17,781 Citations: 6889 Disseminated Records: 5880 Expungements: 90 Fingerprints: 469 NCIC Entries: 220 Police Clearance - Letter of Good Conduct: 45 Right of Access - Utah Criminal History: 173 Traffic Accidents: 1878

Each Officer within the South Jordan Police Department is assigned a beat area where they work with members of the community on community specific issues. The Special Services Sergeant works with the beat officers to schedule Neighborhood Watch meetings, bicycle safety rodeos, personal safety presentations, tours of the police department, and more. The goal is to give the community the information they need to make more informed decisions regarding public safety.


2019 Annual Report

SPECIAL Services Division

School Resource officers

The peer support unit

The South Jordan Police Department has five full time School Resource Officers and one part-time School Resource Officer. They are assigned to all of the school within the City. These officers handle a variety of calls and investigations within their schools and ensure a safe environment for everyone.

Provides South Jordan Police Officers an opportunity to receive training and support through times of personal or professional crisis. Peer support offers mental health training, addresses law enforcement suicide prevention, helps to break the silence and stigma associated with mental health and provided resources for additional services when needed.

TRAFFIC UNIT The South Jordan Police Department has three full-time traffic/motorcycle officers that handle a variety of traffic related incidents. In 2019, the traffic unit was seeing an increase in crashes and started various enforcement and education campaigns to address this concerning trend. The program resulted in a reduction of crashes of more than 4%. The traffic unit also participates in a multi-agency crash investigation team to investigate the most serious and complex crashes and has acquired new equipment to complete those investigations more quickly allowing the roadways to open sooner.

Crossing guard unit The Special Service Division oversees the department’s crossing guard program that consists of 42 crossing guards - 34 fulltime and 8 part-time/substitute crossing guards - covering 25 school crossings within the City.

ANIMAL SERVICES The Animal Services Unit has been making incremental shifts in our operational practices for the last several years. There were no carbon monoxide euthanasia’s in 2019. In addition, every adoptable domestic dog or car was adopted or placed with a rescue. There were a total of 913 live animal intakes in 2019. South Jordan animal services unit is staffed with two full time animal control officers and a part-time civilian employee.

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2019 Annual Report

Training unit

SPECIAL Services Division

The Training Unit is responsible for providing ongoing training to our police officers. These trainings vary in topics ranging from officers response to critical incidents, de-escalation and legal and case law updates. The Training Unit also manages incoming newly sworn officers through the long academy and field training process. Last year the Training Unit logged more the 9,000 hours of training.

D.A.R.E/OUTREACH UNIT Officers assigned to the middle schools also teach D.A.R.E. to the fifth grade students in the elementary schools that feed into those middle schools. These D.A.R.E. instructors teach over 1,100 fifth grade students in our eight elementary school each year.

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COPS FOR KIDS CHARITY EVENTS


2019 Annual Report

January 9, 2019, South Jordan City Mayor Dawn R. Ramsey helped dedicate the new Public Safety Building. Police Chief Jeff Carr, City Manager Gary Whatcott, City Council Members and other city officials attended the ceremony. The Public Safety Building houses the Police Department, Fire Administration, and the Municipal Courts for South Jordan. Thank you for all those who made this beautiful building possible.

Public safety building dedication

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2019 Annual Report

STATION 64 - GROUND BREAKING July 15, 2019 marked a new day for South Jordan City. A ground-breaking ceremony was conducted to begin the construction for a new substation on the west side of South Jordan City. This building will house Fire Station 64 and a police station. This new facility will allow for quicker response times for incidents on the west side. The ground breaking ceremony was celebrated by Mayor Dawn R. Ramsey, along with members from the City Administration, City Council, Community Advisory Board, F ire Administration, Police Administration and Construction personnel. This will be a great asset for the citizens of South Jordan City.

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2019 Annual Report

Community Advisory Board

The Community Advisory Board meets with the Police Chief, Jeff Carr, on a quarterly basis. At this meeting; ideas are shared, surveys are reviewed, concerns are addressed; and suggestions are noted and if possible implemented. This Board is a great asset to our city as they serve as liaisons between individuals of the city and the Police Department. Their time and efforts are greatly appreciated.

Members are as follows: (left to right) Front Row: Laurie Payne, Paula Beaste, Mark Smith, Lance Everill. Back Row: Deputy Chief Jason Knight, Justin Petersen, Greg Hughes, Tim Stapleton and Chief Jeff Carr.

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2019 Annual Report

South Jordan City

Statistics

Police Department

CALLS FOR SERVICE 40,000

36,764

35,000 30,000

36,366

33,695

32,451 27,050

25,000 20,000 15,000

10,000 5,000 0

2015

2016

2017

36,764 32,451

72,000

33,695

36,366

40,000 35,000

74,000 72,000

30,000

70,000

68,000

25,000

68,000

66,000

20,000

70,000

27,050

64,000

69,944

58,000

2015

15,000 10,000

63,030

5,000 2016 POPULATION

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72,065

66,167

62,000

60,000

71,302

2017

2018 CALLS FOR SERVICE

2019

AVERAGE RESPONSE TIME & POPULATION

CALLS FOR SERVICE & POPULATION 74,000

2018

2019

0

5:47

6:22

6:35

8:24 7:12

4:48

64,000

69,944

71,302

72,065

63,030 2015

3:36 2:24

66,167

62,000 58,000

6:58

6:00

66,000

60,000

6:51

1:12 2016 POPULATION

2017

2018 RESPONSE TIME

2019

0:00


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Statistics

DUI'S FOR THE PAST 5 YEARS 160 138

140 120 100

109

118

92

84

80 60

40 20 0

2015

2016

2017

2018

TOTAL ACCIDENTS 2050 1,977

2000

ACCIDENTS & POPULATION 74,000

1,990

1,878

1850

1,878

64,000 62,000

1,683

60,000

58,000

1650 1600

1,802

68,000 66,000

1,802

1800

1,683 63,030 2015

69,944

2015

2016

2017

2018

71,302

72,065

2018

2019

66,167

2016

2017 POPULATION

1550 1500

1,990

70,000

1900

1700

1,977

72,000

1950

1750

2019

2,050 2,000 1,950 1,900 1,850 1,800 1,750 1,700 1,650 1,600 1,550 1,500

ACCIDENTS

2019

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2019 Annual Report

Statistics PROPERTY CRIMES 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0

VIOLENT CRIMES

889

60 50 35

40 30 20

169

77

BURGLARY

LARCENY

VEHICLE THEFT

12

10

1

0

HOMICIDE

ARSON

RAPE

72,000

1,555

1,674

2,000

1,782

1,800

1,527

1,600

70,000 1,195

68,000 66,000 64,000

69,944

58,000

63,030

2015

2016

POPULATION

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72,065

66,167

62,000 60,000

71,302

2017

2018

TOTAL CRIMES

ROBBERY

AGG. ASSAULT

CRIMES BY CATEGORY

POPULATION & TOTAL CRIMES 74,000

9

3

2019

1,400 1,200 1,000 800

1000

889

900

800 700 600 500

600

400

400

300

200

200

0

100 0

169 3 HOMICIDE

12 RAPE

9 ROBBERY

35 AGG. BURGLARY LARCENY ASSAULT

77 VEHICLE THEFT

1 ARSON


2019 Annual Report

Statistics BURGLARY 250

VEHICLE THEFT

226

160

200 167 150

163

154

169

143

140

130

120 100

89

90

77

80 100

60 40

50

20 0

0

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

LARCENY ARSON

1,600 1,400

1,245

1,230

1,351

3.5

1,166

1,200 1,000

3

889

800

1

400

0.5 0

2015

2016

2017

2018

3

2 1.5

200

3

2.5

600

0

3

1

2015

2016

1

2017

2018

2019

2019

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2019 Annual Report

Statistics COUNTY PROPERTY CRIMES AND POPULATION

COUNTY PROPERTY CRIMES 14000

250,000

12,409

12000

10000

150,000

8000 6000

4,906 3,012

4000

0

12000

200,000

10000

2000

176

942

789

Bluffdale CHPD

2,604

1,781

1,127

103

Draper Herriman Murray

Sandy

3,019

3,019 2,604

100,000 50,000 0

South Salt Lake South West Jordan City Salt Lake Jordan

4,906

176

789

34,054

46,257

44,877

49,675

Bluffdale

CHPD

Draper

Herriman

Murray

South Jordan

Salt Lake South Salt City Lake

919

1000

600

Bluffdale

43 CHPD

81

14

Draper Herriman Murray

Sandy

0

Property Crime

202,633 1,457

150,000

50,000

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West Valley

*Data pertains to 2018 statistics. 2019 data to be released Fall of 2020.

137,132 115,392 97,057

100,000

800

156

West Jordan

4000 2000

25,160

200,000

195

137,132

250,000

1,457

400

115,392

COUNTY VIOLENT CRIMES AND POPULATION

1200

19

Sandy

72,065

8000 6000

202,633 1,781

97,057

Population

1400

0

1,127

3,012

14,648

West Valley

COUNTY VIOLENT CRIMES 1600

103

942

*Data pertains to 2018 statistics. 2019 data to be released Fall of 2020.

200

14000

12,409

235

292

0

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South Salt Lake South West Jordan City Salt Lake Jordan *Data pertains to 2018 statistics. 2019 data to be released Fall of 2020.

West Valley

72,065 34,054

46,257

44,877

49,675

14,648

25,160

195

43 11 Bluffdale CHPD Draper

156

81

14 Herriman Murray

Sandy

59 South Jordan

Salt Lake South Salt City Lake

*Data pertains to 2018 statistics. 2019 data to be released Fall of 2020

Population

292

235

Violent Crimes

.

West Jordan

West Valley

919

1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0


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Statistics COUNTY CITIES POPULATION 250,000 200,544

200,000 150,000 96,145

100,000 50,000 0

113,905

13,484

33,996

Bluffdale CHPD

47,710 49,295

Draper Murray Sandy

136,170

72,065 24,956 South Salt Lake South West Jordan City Salt Lake Jordan

West Valley

*Data pertains to 2018 statistics. 2019 data to be released Fall of 2020.

TOTAL PART 1 CRIMES PER 1,000 90

TOTAL PART 1 CRIMES PER 1,000 WITH POPULATION

80.13

80

64.56

70

250,000

68.43

50

42.48 24.43

30 20 12.77 10 0

Bluffdale

28.44

22.12

20.56

150,000

50,000 0

CHPD

Draper

Murray

Sandy

South Salt Lake South West Jordan City Salt Lake Jordan

*Data pertains to 2018 statistics. 2019 data to be released Fall of 2020.

42.48

100,000

28.69

West Valley

68.43

64.56

200,000

60 40

80.13

24.43 12.77

28.44

22.12

20.56

28.69

13,484 33,996 47,710 49,295 96,145 74,321 200,544 24,956 113,905 136,170 Bluffdale CHPD

Draper Murray

Sandy

Population

South Salt Lake South West Jordan City Salt Lake Jordan

West Valley

90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

Part 1 Crimes

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Award Recipients

Police Department Awards Banquet

In May 2019, we held our annual awards banquet in recognition of all the amazing things the employees of South Jordan Police Department were able to accomplish during the 2018 calendar year. • Rising Talent Award - Officers Baker, Barraza, Dessert and Visser • Chief’s Award - Officers Chamberlain, Houston, Larrabee, Prince, Talbot and K-9 Timber. • Chief’s Award - Officers Thompson, Crossing Guard Coordinator DeAnn Bland and Executive Administrative Assistant Jeanene Clark.

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Life Saving Medal

Life saving medal

Distinguished service medal

On August 14, 2018, at the scene of an unknown problem where a male was found lying on the sidewalk unconscious and not breathing. Officers immediately took over CPR efforts from a citizen on scene and were able to regain a pulse. The man was transported to the hospital and ultimately survived due to your quick and decisive actions. Master Officer Prince and Master Officer Dempsey (not present).

In recognition for the actions taken on October 27, 2018, at the scene of a child who was choking. The parents and others on scene were unable to effectively help the child, but because of your quick response and decision-making ability, you successfully performed the Heimlich maneuver and saved the life of this child. Sergeant Winkler (not present).

On May 8, 2018, you responded to a report of a man making death threats at a local convenience store. You were able to locate the suspect as he was driving into oncoming traffic, endangering himself and others. As you initiated a traffic stop the suspect quickly pulled over and ducked across his seat before exiting his vehicle and advancing on you, creating a potentially life-threatening situation. Due to your quick actions you were able to keep the suspect calm until a Taser could be deployed to safely take him into custody. Your professionalism and the way you handled this dangerous situation is commendable. Sergeant Winkler (not present).

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Distinguished Service Medal

The Distinguished Service Medal is awarded to an individual who during the course of a project, investigation, or assignment performs meritorious service leading to the success of a difficult assignment or project.

Distinguished unit citation

Distinguished service medal

Distinguished service medal

As a supervisor in our organization, you are entrusted to ensure that our officers are meeting expectations and that they adhere to our vision, mission and values. Thank you for your selfless service and daily contribution to the success of the South Jordan Police Department.

In May 2018, the department received a report of a male who kissed and fondled a juvenile female without her consent while she was on a break from school. With little information and a surveillance clip of the suspect’s vehicle, you were able to work small leads until you were able to identify a suspect. Through your hard work and determination, you were able to locate, interview, and obtain a confession from the suspect. Your work ethic and drive is commendable in helping victims who are seeking justice. Detective Dan Burke (not present).

In 2016, one of the strategic goals of the police department was to ensure that all schools in South Jordan City received active shooter training. Over the course of two years, Lieutenant Pennington spent countless hours working with school officials in developing a district-wide plan that is encapsulated by the tag line of “Avoid, Deny, Defend.” Once school officials approved the plan, a training curriculum was developed and the training was rolled out to nearly 5,000 employees.

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