FINAL ADOPTED BUDGET FY2021-22
POLICE DEPARTMENT Budget Highlights: The FY 21-22 Adopted Budget is increasing by $5,138,440, or 6.5%.
The budget includes the full cost of seven (7) FY 20-21 mid-year FTE additions. The seven additional positions are five (5) Police Officer II positions utilized in Detective roles, one (1) Crime Analysis Specialist, and one (1) Victims Advocate. The FY 21-22 and FY 22-23 budgets include a total of 16 Police Officer II FTEs that will be utilized in the Patrol division. Eight (8) Police Officer II FTEs will be added in FY 21-22 and the remaining the eight (8) FTEs are projected to be added in FY 22-23. The FY 21-22 budget includes the addition of $65,000 for tenured psychological exams that allow for officers to be psychologically evaluated on a scheduled basis, rather than only after a critical incident. The FY 21-22 budget includes $769,355 to address compensation changes that will be implemented in three (3) phases over the fiscal year. Phase 1 includes moving the minimum salary for starting police officers to $40,212 as well as other adjustments to the Police Sworn Salary Structure, for a total of $101,550. Phase 2 includes $550,805 to address compensation issues and market adjustments for various steps in the salary structure. Phase 3 includes $117,000 to address compression issues for Lieutenants and above. The budget includes a return to pre-COVID-19 funding levels by $78,500 to fund Detective clothing allowances.
Adopted 2021-22 Budget
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