PUERTO RICO POLICE DEPARTMENT

LEGAL BASIS: Law No. 53 of June 10, 1996, known as "The Puerto Rico Police Department, 1996 Law". Reorganization Plan No. 2 of December 9, 1993, creates the Public Safety Commission, and attaches the Puerto Rico Police Department as an operation component.

MISSION: Watch for the security of all citizens, reduce crime incidence and violation of the law, in order to preserve order and the peace of our people.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE:

The P. R. Police Department is attached to the Public Safety Commission and has the following offices:

GEOGRAPHICAL STRUCTURE:

The Puerto Rico Police Department is composed of eleven (12) Regional Headquarters located in the following Municipalities:

PROGRAM STRUCTURE:

The Puerto Rico Police Department has the following programs:

SUMMARY OF AVAILABLE AGENCY RESOURCES

CONSOLIDATED BUDGET

(in thousands of dollars)

Programs

1997

1998

1999

2000

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

Operating Expenditures

Criminal Justice College

0

0

5,929

5,734

Quality of Life Congress

647

23

126

129

Transit Control and Safety

25,615

19,505

20,166

19,373

General Management and Administration

13,162

11,924

14,592

14,922

United Swift Acting Forces

10,597

13,772

14,395

16,037

Criminal Investigation

78,283

74,254

73,635

73,036

Human and Fiscal Resources

24,535

28,203

22,001

24,437

Community Relations

5,611

6,553

6,818

6,286

9-1-1 Emergency Service

1,146

5,553

5,672

5,815

Professional and Scientific Operations Assistant Services

15,572

18,557

17,403

17,188

Guard and Safety Services to the Governor and Ex-Governors

5,670

5,746

5,876

5,581

Police Patrol

247,695

258,568

274,331

280,224

Patrolling and Safety in Public Housing Projects

38,384

38,561

42,114

31,649

Weapons and Drug Free School Zones

9,238

8,973

9,072

9,469

Subtotal, Operating Expenditures

476,155

490,192

512,130

509,880

Capital Improvements

United Swift Acting Forces

463

295

0

0

Criminal Investigation

0

0

72

0

Human and Fiscal Resources

453

0

1,100

0

Professional and Scientific Operations Assistant Services

0

0

35

0

Police Patrol

0

0

143

0

Subtotal, Capital Improvements

916

295

1,350

0

Total, Consolidated Budget

477,071

490,487

513,480

509,880

Revenues by Sources

Operating Expenditures

Joint Resolution General Budget

447,808

464,223

468,600

471,750

Appropriations

419

624

20,683

20,683

State Funds

4,608

3,801

2,800

2,900

Federal Funds

21,506

19,236

19,236

13,736

Other Revenues

1,814

2,308

811

811

Subtotal, Operating Expenditures

476,155

490,192

512,130

509,880

Capital Improvements

 

Public Improvements Fund

916

295

1,350

0

Subtotal, Capital Improvements

916

295

1,350

0

Total, Revenues

477,071

490,487

513,480

509,880

Operating Budget by Concept

Payroll and Related Costs

426,798

428,910

431,406

435,474

Facilities and Public Services Payments

21,939

28,047

27,066

22,515

Donations, Subsidies and Distributions

1,167

1,870

1,163

1,163

Subcontracted Services

5,827

6,446

8,298

6,361

Information System

125

146

331

624

Transportation Costs

9,497

11,928

13,184

12,744

Other Expenditures

10,802

12,845

30,682

30,999

Total, Operating Expenditures

476,155

490,192

512,130

509,880

Filled and Proposed Positions

Total Amount of Positions

20,008

20,294

19,612

20,692

Average Cost per Position

21

21

22

21

ADDITIONAL STATISTICAL DATA (In dollars)

Concept

1997

1998

1999

2000

Publicity Expenses

150,000

500,000

650,000

650,000

Training Expenses

98,000

50,000

50,000

160,000

PROGRAM: Criminal Justice College

Description of the Program: This Program provides law and order officers the opportunity to obtain a degree in Criminal Justice and at the same time a disciplinary formation in order to render quality services to the community.

Purpose: To prepare law enforcement officers with a college degree that will enable them to perform in a better and more effective way.

Clients: The cadets that are recruited, the officers that will be retrained, county and correctional officers, the natural resources guardians, the firefighter, security guards and others.

Type of Clients

1997

1998

1999

2000

Potential

0

0

1,125

1,500

Serviced

0

0

1,125

1,500

AVAILABLE AND PROPOSED PROGRAM RESOURCES

Human Resources

Positions Filled

12/92

3/94

9/94

9/95

9/96

9/97

9/98

9/99

Officers

0

0

0

0

0

0

72

77

Civilians

0

0

0

0

0

0

30

30

Total, Positions Filled

0

0

0

0

0

0

102

107

Program Budget

(In thousands of dollars)

Program

1997

1998

1999

2000

Operating Expenditures

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

Criminal Justice College

0

0

5,929

5,734

Total, Budget

0

0

5,929

5,734

Revenues by Sources

       

Operating Expenditures

       

Joint Resolution General Budget

0

0

5,929

5,734

Total, Revenues

0

0

5,929

5,734

Operating Budget by Concept

       

Payroll and Related Costs

0

0

3,706

3,811

Facilities and Public Services Payments

0

0

402

402

Subcontracted Services

0

0

680

380

Donations, Subsidies and Distributions

0

0

100

100

Transportation Costs

0

0

673

673

Other Revenues

0

0

368

368

Total, Operating Expenditures

0

0

5,929

5,734

Recommended Budget for 2000: The budget recommended will to continue training to cadets recruited during the next year and all the other agents of the agency.

PROGRAM: Quality of Life Congress

Description of the Program: Improving the quality of life of the residents of Public Housing Projects.

Purpose: Perform activities to reestablish and sustain a peaceful and safe atmosphere in rescued Public Housing Projects.

Goal:

Clients: Rescued residents and Public Housing Projects. Currently there are 83 rescued public housing projects, and we introduce the affected residents as clients. The residents of the affected housing projects are considered as clients.

Type of Clients

1997

1998

1999

2000

Potential

54,945

91,575

109,890

106,435

Serviced

54,945

91,575

109,890

106,435

AVAILABLE AND PROPOSED PROGRAM RESOURCES

Human Resources

Positions Filled

12/92

3/94

9/94

9/95

9/96

9/97

9/98

9/99

Officers

0

0

0

0

4

0

1

1

Civilians

0

2

2

2

2

0

2

2

Total Positions Filled

0

2

2

2

6

0

3

3

Program Budget

(In thousands of dollars)

Program

1997

1998

1999

2000

Operating Expenditures

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

Quality of Life Congress

647

23

126

129

Total, Budget

647

23

126

129

Revenues by Source

       

Operating Expenditures

       

Joint Resolution General Budget

647

23

126

129

Total, Revenues

647

23

126

129

Operating Budget by Concept

       

Payroll and Related Costs

623

0

97

100

Facilities and Public Services Payments

15

15

10

10

Transportation Costs

9

8

19

19

Total, Operating Expenditures

647

23

126

129

Recommended Budget for 2000: The recommended budget will continue exercising different activities with the residents of Rescued Public Housing Projects to sustain a peaceful and safe environment so that they may fulfill their integral development.

PROGRAM: Transit Control and Safety

Description of the Program: This Program preserves public order to avoid accidents and therefore sustain the highest level of safety on public roadways. It controls and directs the transit of motor vehicles throughout the ten Transit Divisions established in police and Highway Patrol Division areas.

Purpose: Enforce laws, regulations, and statutes, and watch for and sustain the highest degree of safety on the country's public roadways helping to reduce transit accidents.

Goal:

Clients: Authorized drivers with valid licenses

Type of Clients

1997

1998

1999

2000

Potential

1,622,907

1,660,234

1,671,254

1,751,254

Serviced

1,622,907

1,660,234

1,671,254

1,751,254

AVAILABLE AND PROPOSED PROGRAM RESOURCES

Human Resources

Positions Filled

12/92

3/94

9/94

9/95

9/96

9/97

9/98

9/99

Officers

905

914

879

897

897

737

587

626

Civilians

37

27

37

82

90

98

83

83

Total, Positions Filled

942

941

916

979

987

835

670

709

Program Budget

(In thousands of dollars)

Program

1997

1998

1998

1999

Operating Expenditures

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

Transit Control and Safety

25,615

19,505

20,166

19,373

Total, Budget

25,615

19,505

20,166

19,373

Revenues by Source

 

 

 

 

Operating Expenditures

 

 

 

 

Joint Resolution General Budget

24,410

18,357

19,190

18,564

Federal Funds

1,098

1,025

870

703

State Funds

0

0

63

63

Other Revenues

107

123

43

43

Total, Revenues

25,615

19,505

20,166

19,373

Operating Budget by Concept

 

 

 

 

Payroll and Related Costs

23,149

16,745

16,972

16,344

Facilities and Public Services Payments

980

1,218

1,172

1,122

Transportation Costs

203

192

192

192

Subcontracted Services

428

563

799

832

Other Expenditures

855

787

1,031

883

Total, Operating Expenditures

25,615

19,505

20,166

19,373

Recommended Budget for 2000: The recommended budget will allow this program to continue with the task of watching for traffic control and safety in such a way that traffic deaths on public roadways will not continue ascending. With the appropriated budget in the past and present fiscal year, the program has a reduction of deaths due to traffic accident up to 7%, which indicates that it can operate with the recommended resources. On the other hand, the budget will allow continuing offering guidance services to the citizens in order to make them aware of the problem with bring the consumption of alcoholic beverages while conducting a motor vehicle and the use of the seat belts.

PROGRAM: General Management and Administration

Description of the Program: This Program directs the public policy of the agency. Besides, it supervises and coordinates all central and regional headquarter services and operations throughout the island. As part of its duties, it supervises to see if the operations performed by the programs abide with the established rules, laws and regulations.

Purpose: Oversee the introduction of public policy and offer support services to the remaining programs in order to accomplish the Agency's mission.

Goal:

AVAILABLE AND PROPOSED PROGRAM RESOURCES

Human Resources

Positions Filled

12/92

3/94

9/94

9/95

9/96

9/97

9/98

9/99

Officers

515

521

556

293

293

48

94

100

Civilians

133

127

147

115

129

166

209

164

Total Positions Filled

648

648

703

408

422

214

303

264

Program Budget

(In thousands of dollars)

Program

1997

1998

1999

2000

Operating Expenditures

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

General Management and Administration

13,162

11,924

14,592

14,922

Total, Operating Expenditures

13,162

11,924

14,592

14,922

Total, Budget

13,162

11,924

14,592

14,922

Revenues by Source

 

 

   

Operating Expenditures

 

 

   

Joint Resolution General Budget

8,900

8,305

11,983

12,213

State Funds

4,262

3,619

2,609

2,709

Subtotal, Operating Expenditures

13,162

11,924

14,592

14,922

Total, Revenues

13,162

11,924

14,592

14,922

Operating Budget by Concept

 

 

   

Payroll and Related Costs

7,088

6,138

9,813

10,093

Facilities and Public Services Payments

1,207

1,296

1,445

1,445

Subcontracted Services

329

497

426

376

Donations, Subsidies and Distributions

0

0

2

2

Transportation Costs

221

244

906

906

Other Expenditures

4,317

3,749

2,000

2,100

Total, Operating Expenditures

13,162

11,924

14,592

14,922

Recommended Budget for 2000: The recommended budget will continue rendering administrative support to the remaining programs so that the rendering of protection and safety to the citizens and the fight against crime mission may go on.

PROGRAM: United Rapid Action Forces

Description of the Program: This program establishes a combined express action plan that identifies, intercepts and confiscates air vessels or ships along with the crew members that try to penetrate our coasts. It operates in coordination with the Federal Customs Office, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Coast Guard, the Federal Air Administration, and the US Air Force.

Purpose: Stop the illegal drugs and weapons trafficking, and the entrance of illegal aliens.

Goal:

Clients: The clients of this program are composed of different units of the Police of Puerto Rico as well as different Federal Offices which offer support to the different police operations.

AVAILABLE AND PROPOSED PROGRAM RESOURCES

Human Resources

Positions Filled

12/92

3/94

9/94

9/95

9/96

9/97

9/98

9/99

Officers

150

156

427

427

627

546

380

389

Civilians

4

4

7

20

28

25

19

19

Total, Positions Filled

154

160

434

447

655

571

399

408

Program Budget

(In thousands of dollars)

Program

1997

1998

1999

2000

Operating Expenditures

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

United Express Acting Forces

10,597

13,722

14,395

16,037

Subtotal, Operating Expenditures

10,597

13,722

14,395

16,037

Capital Improvements

 

 

   

United Express Acting Forces

463

295

0

0

Subtotal, Capital Improvements

463

295

0

0

Total, Budget

11,060

14,067

14,395

16,037

Revenues by Source

 

 

   

Operating Expenditures

 

 

   

Joint Resolution General Budget

10,319

13,762

14,130

14,114

Federal Funds

278

10

265

1,923

Subtotal, Operating Expenditures

10,597

13,772

14,395

16,037

Capital Improvements

 

 

   

Public Improvements Fund

463

295

0

0

Subtotal Capital Improvements

463

295

0

0

Total, Revenues

11,060

14,067

14,395

16,037

Operating Budget by Concept

 

 

   

Payroll and Related Costs

8,090

10,193

10,137

10,361

Facilities and Public Services Payments

638

693

998

998

Subcontracted Services

754

777

1,008

752

Transportation Costs

957

1,377

1,201

1,152

Other Expenditures

158

732

1,051

2,774

Total, Operating Expenditures

10,597

13,772

14,395

16,037

Recommended Budget for 2000: The recommended budget for this program will allow to continue offering air and ground patrol through the different units in order to control the entrance of illegal drugs and aliens to the Island. With the appropriated resources, this program has attained to increase the amount of drugs impounded as well as the seizure of different vessels used for the entrance of illegal aliens into the island. On the other hand, the recommended resources will allow to continue giving support to the activities performed by the different programs geared at the abatement of criminal incidence.

PROGRAM: Criminal Investigation

Description of the Program: This Program performs investigations involving drug trafficking and the illegal use of drugs, organized crime, stolen vehicles, arson and illegal use of explosives, Type I felonies and other felonies. Also conducts special arrests, extradition services, and illegal weapons investigations.

Purpose: Increase the percentage of crime clearings, arrest felons in order to prosecute, and reduce criminal incidence.

Goal:

Clients: The clients of this program are composed of felons who have violated the ruling laws.

Type of Clients

1997

1998

1999

2000

Potential

79,461

75,500

71,915

71,915

Serviced

79,461

75,500

71,915

71,915

AVAILABLE AND PROPOSED PROGRAM RESOURCES

Human Resources

Positions Filled

12/92

3/94

9/94

9/95

9/96

9/97

9/98

9/99

Officers

2,469

2,569

2,698

2,792

2,819

2,549

2,420

2,579

Civilians

70

66

88

215

236

229

223

223

Total Positions Filled

2,539

2,635

2,786

3,007

3,055

2,778

2,643

2,802

Program Budget

(In thousands of dollars)

Program

1997

1998

1999

2000

Operating Expenditures

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

Criminal Investigation

78,283

74,254

73,635

73,036

Subtotal, Operating Expenditures

78,283

74,254

73,635

73,036

         

Capital Improvements

       

Criminal Investigation

0

0

72

0

Subtotal, Capital Improvements

0

0

72

0

Total, Budget

78,283

74,254

73,707

73,036

Revenues by Source

 

 

   

Operating Expenditures

 

 

   

Joint Resolution General Budget

77,234

73,673

73,248

72,370

State Funds

111

122

0

0

Federal Funds

848

369

369

648

Other Revenues

90

90

18

18

Total, Revenues

78,283

74,254

73,635

73,036

Capital Improvements

       

Public Improvements Fund

0

0

72

0

Subtotal, Capital Improvements

0

0

72

0

Total, Budget

78,283

74,254

73,707

73,036

Operating Budget by Concept

       

Payroll and Related Costs

70,524

66,272

65,029

65,609

Facilities and Public Services Payments

4,041

5,080

4,681

3,520

Subcontracted Services

438

397

420

420

Donations, Subsidies and Distributions

509

400

400

400

Transportation Costs

2,127

1,696

2,413

2,313

Other Expenditures

644

409

692

774

Total, Operating Expenditures

78,283

74,254

73,635

73,036

Recommended Budget for 2000: The recommended budget will allow to continue investigations in order to reduce drug trafficking and the illegal use of drugs. Moreover, it will allow the number of complaints solved against organized crime, vehicle thefts, serious and other non-serious crime to increase. During the last fiscal years, the Program has been able to increase the processing of cases; successfully solving 35% of the cases filed. Therefore, the clearings of motor vehicle thefts and other kinds of crimes have increased, which indicates that the program's appropriated budget has helped to reach this goal.

PROGRAM: Human and Fiscal Resources

Description of the Program: Provides selected administration services, training and learning services for the personnel of the Puerto Rico Police Department. Besides, it offers fiscal and administration services to the operational area of the Agency.

Purpose: Guarantee that the programs dispose of the personnel and administrative support in order to accomplish the government's goals geared at guaranteeing law and order.

Goal:

AVAILABLE AND PROPOSED PROGRAM RESOURCES

Human Resources

Positions Filled

12/92

3/94

9/94

9/95

9/96

9/97

9/98

9/99

Officers

130

141

186

830

830

3,543

617

657

Civilians

167

441

469

541

477

532

526

526

Total Positions Filled

297

582

655

1,371

1,307

4,075

1,143

1,183

Program Budget

(In thousands of dollars)

Program

1997

1998

1999

2000

Operating Expenditures

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

Human and Fiscal Resources

24,535

28,203

22,001

24,437

Subtotal, Operating Expenditures

24,535

28,203

22,001

24,437

Capital Improvements

       

Human and Fiscal Resources

453

0

1,100

0

Subtotal, Capital Improvements

453

0

1,100

0

Total, Budget

24,988

28,203

23,101

24,437

Revenues by Source

       

Operating Expenditures

       

Joint Resolution General Budget

23,220

26,410

22,001

24,437

Other Revenues

1,315

1,793

0

0

Subtotal, Operating Expenditures

24,535

28,203

22,001

24,437

Capital Improvements

       

Public Improvements Fund

453

0

1,100

0

Subtotal, Capital Improvements

453

0

1,100

0

Total, Revenues

24,988

28,203

23,101

24,437

Operating Budget by Concept

       

Payroll and Related Costs

21,618

22,127

16,197

20,010

Facilities and Public Services Payments

1,392

1,653

1,972

972

Subcontracted Services

433

902

612

211

Donations, Subsidies and Distributions

463

1,246

500

500

Information System

0

146

331

624

Transportation Costs

495

1,087

1,091

1,091

Other Expenditures

134

1,042

1,298

1,029

Total, Operating Expenditures

24,535

28,203

22,001

24,437

Recommended Budget for 2000: The recommended budget will continue exercising all personnel transactions including recruiting and the administrative procedures of the different programs. The program will have fiscal resources to recruit 1,500 cadets, which will reinforce the police force. These officers will serve at different developing programs of the Puerto Rico Police Department.

PROGRAM: Community Relations

Description of the Program: This Program establishes a more effective coordination between the Police of Puerto Rico and the community. Activities are developed to encourage the dialog with civil groups and organizations to expand the extent of collaboration in the public security and order programs.

Purpose: Attain a larger communication between the citizenship and the Police of Puerto Rico in order to fight crime.

Goal:

Clients: The clients of this program are composed of citizens, including children and youngsters, who are interested in working with the police to prevent juvenile delinquency and continue the fight against crime.

Type of Clients

1997

1998

1999

2000

Potential

43,130

50,667

55,667

56,000

Serviced

43,130

50,667

55,667

56,000

AVAILABLE AND PROPOSED PROGRAM RESOURCES

Human Resources

Positions Filled

12/92

3/94

9/94

9/95

9/96

9/97

9/98

9/99

Officers

485

501

171

266

266

273

146

156

Civilians

64

35

31

69

31

43

33

33

Total Positions Filled

549

536

202

335

297

316

179

189

Program Budget

(In thousands of dollars)

Program

1997

1998

1999

2000

Operating Expenditures

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

Community Relations

5,611

6,553

6,818

6,286

Total, Budget

5,611

6,553

6,818

6,286

Revenues by Source

       

Operating Expenditures

       

Joint Resolution General Budget

4,821

5,723

5,922

5,501

Appropriations

419

604

683

683

Federal Funds

371

226

213

102

Total, Revenues

5,611

6,553

6,818

6,286

Operating Budget by Concept

       

Payroll and Related Costs

4,224

4,854

4,769

4,550

Facilities and Public Services Payments

529

1,075

1,217

1,212

Subcontracted Services

450

226

525

275

Transportation Costs

269

333

201

160

Other Expenditures

139

65

106

89

Total, Operating Expenditures

5,611

6,553

6,818

6,286

Recommended Budget for 2000: The recommended budget will permit continue reactivating Neighborhood Councils, Police Athletic League Projects, and activities promoting cooperation and coordination among the Puerto Rico Police Department and the community, in order to achieve better communication and join forces against crime.

PROGRAM: Assistant Professional and Scientific Operation Services

Description of the Program: This program groups all police service assistant and supplemental activities steered at the fight against crime. Besides, all acts and regulations that regulate the issue of licenses and permits for the use of weapons, police reports, private detective schools, and the sale and/or availability of explosives and related materials.

Purpose: Provide supplemental services to the remaining programs so that these can efficiently exercise their duties. Moreover, it renders direct services to the citizens, like the issuing of licenses to posses or carry weapons, penal record certificates, and others.

Goal:

Clients: The clients of this program are composed of the 13 operation programs of the Police of Puerto Rico, plus the persons, ascending to 1,021,266, who request different services offered.

AVAILABLE AND PROPOSED PROGRAM RESOURCES

Human Resources

Positions Filled

12/92

3/94

9/94

9/95

9/96

9/97

9/98

9/99

Officers

213

225

145

255

255

226

192

205

Civilians

425

402

433

559

552

506

472

472

Total Positions Filled

638

627

578

814

807

732

664

677

Program Budget

(In thousands of dollars)

Program

1997

1998

1999

2000

Operating Expenditures

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

Assistant Professional and Scientific Operation Services

15,572

18,557

17,403

17,188

Subtotal, Operating Expenditures

15,572

18,557

17,403

17,188

         

Capital Improvements

       

Assistant Professional and Scientific Operation Services

0

0

35

0

Subtotal, Capital Improvements

0

0

35

0

Total, Revenues

15,572

18,557

17,438

17,188

Revenues by Source

       

Operating Expenditures

       

Joint Resolution General Budget

15,337

18,497

17,275

17,060

State Funds

235

60

128

128

Subtotal, Operating Expenditures

15,572

18,557

17,403

17,188

Capital Improvements

       

Public Improvements Fund

0

0

35

0

Subtotal, Capital Improvements

0

0

35

0

Total, Revenues

15,572

18,557

17,438

17,188

Operating Budget by Concept

       

Payroll and Related Costs

13,567

15,133

14,164

14,299

Facilities and Public Services Payments

1,425

2,059

1,986

1,986

Subcontracted Services

169

437

448

98

Transportation Costs

200

561

450

450

Other Expenditures

211

367

355

355

Total, Operating Expenditures

15,572

18,557

17,403

17,188

Recommended Budget for 2000: The recommended budget will allow this program to continue offering the support services to the other operation programs of the System. Besides, it will allow continuing offering direct services to the general public.

PROGRAM: 9-1-1 Emergency Service

Description of the Program: This Program rules, directs, and administers the rendering of call-in services received by the Public Safety Agencies and other emergency services providers in order to channel the requests for services more efficiently.

Purpose: Provide the citizens with a fast and effective means of requesting urgent help from any telephone in Puerto Rico in order to expedite the rendering of necessary services.

Goal:

Clients: The clients of this program are composed of all the population of the island, which ascends to 3.4 million people.

AVAILABLE AND PROPOSED PROGRAM RESOURCES

Human Resources

Positions Filled

12/92

3/94

9/94

9/95

9/96

9/97

9/98

9/99

Officers

0

0

0

66

81

13

232

247

Civilians

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

0

Total Positions Filled

0

0

0

66

81

15

232

247

Program Budget

(In thousands of dollars)

Program

1997

1998

1999

2000

Operating Expenditures

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

9-1-1 Emergency Service

1,146

5,553

5,672

5,815

Total, Budget

1,146

5,553

5,672

5,815

Revenues by Source

       

Operating Expenditures

       

Joint Resolution General Budget

1,146

5,553

5,265

5,408

Other Revenues

0

0

407

407

Total, Revenues

1,146

5,553

5,672

5,815

Operating Budget by Concept

       

Payroll and Related Costs

781

5,338

5,362

5,505

Facilities and Public Services Payments

58

200

129

129

Transportation Costs

237

12

13

13

Other Expenditures

70

3

168

168

Total, Operating Expenditures

1,146

5,553

5,672

5,815

Recommended Budget for 2000: The recommended budget will allow this program to continue offering services so that it can be more responsive to your emergency calls. Besides, this Program will dispose of additional resources proceeding by the Government's Board for the 9-1-1 Service; which distributes resources based on the calls Serviced to by each one of the participating agencies. Those resources come from the collection that the Puerto Rico Telephone make to the citizen from the 9-1-1 concept.

PROGRAM: Guard and Security Services to the Governor and Ex-Governors

Description of the Program: This Program offers special security services to the Governor of Puerto Rico, his family, Ex-Governors, and the Luis Muñoz Marín Foundation.

Purpose: Guarantee the safety of the Governor, his family, and Ex-Governors of Puerto Rico.

Goal:

Clients: The Governor, his family and the Ex-Governors.

Type of Clients

1997

1998

1999

2000

Potential

11

11

9

9

Serviced

11

11

9

9

AVAILABLE AND PROPOSED PROGRAM RESOURCES

Human Resources

Positions Filled

12/92

3/94

9/94

9/95

9/96

9/97

9/98

9/99

Officers

206

206

206

218

218

198

162

173

Civilians

14

14

14

10

14

16

14

14

Total Positions Filled

220

220

220

228

232

214

176

187

Program Budget

(In thousands of dollars)

Program

1997

1998

1999

2000

Operating Expenditures

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

Guard and Security Services to the Governor and Ex-Governors

5,670

5,746

5,876

5,581

Total, Budget

5,670

5,746

5,876

5,581

Revenues by Source

       

Operating Expenditures

       

Joint Resolution General Budget

5,670

5,746

5,876

5,581

Total, Revenues

5,670

5,746

5,876

5,581

Operating Budget by Concept

       

Payroll and Related Costs

4,607

4,368

4,413

4,318

Facilities and Public Services Payments

48

89

124

124

Subcontracted Services

696

650

650

650

Donations, Subsidies and Distributions

10

101

101

101

Transportation Costs

177

378

436

236

Other Expenditures

132

160

152

152

Total, Operating Expenditures

5,670

5,746

5,876

5,581

Recommended budget for 2000: The recommended budget will allow to continue offering the Governor, his family members, and the different Ex-Governors of Puerto Rico protection and security. Besides, protection will continue to be offered to those places considered to be of public interest as the Luis Muñoz Marín Foundation, the Capitol Building, and La Fortaleza.

PROGRAM: Police Patrol

Description of the Program: This Program provides preventive patrol and protection services to the whole Puerto Rican community.

Purpose: Guarantee citizens order, safety, and the protection of life and property as well as help to abate criminal incidence.

Goal:

Clients: The clients of this program are composed of the whole population of the island.

Type of Clients

1997

1998

1999

2000

Potential

3,522,037

3,522,037

3,522,037

3,522,037

Serviced

3,522,037

3,522,037

3,522,037

3,522,037

AVAILABLE AND PROPOSED PROGRAM RESOURCES

Human Resources

Positions Filled

12/92

3/94

9/94

9/95

9/96

9/97

9/98

9/99

Officers

7,588

8,004

8,148

8,015

8,942

7,814

10,718

11,436

Civilians

835

781

672

803

916

919

836

836

Total Positions Filled

8,423

8,785

8,820

8,818

9,858

8,733

11,554

12,272

Program Budget

(In thousands of dollars)

Program

1997

1998

1999

2000

Operating Expenditures

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

Police Patrol

247,695

258,568

274,331

280,224

Subtotal, Operating Expenditures

247,695

258,568

274,331

280,224

Capital Improvements

       

Police Patrol

0

0

143

0

Subtotal, Capital Improvements

0

0

143

0

Total, Budget

247,695

258,568

274,474

280,224

Revenues by Source

       

Operating Expenditures

       

Joint Resolution General Budget

246,969

258,046

253,588

259,279

Appropriations

0

20

20,000

20,000

Federal Funds

424

200

400

602

Other Revenues

302

302

343

343

Subtotal, Operating Expenditures

247,695

258,568

274,331

280,224

Capital Improvements

       

Appropriations

0

0

143

0

Subtotal, Capital Improvements

0

0

143

0

Total, Revenues

247,695

258,568

274,474

280,224

Operating Budget by Concept

       

Payroll and Related Costs

228,317

234,021

232,443

241,229

Facilities and Public Services Payments

11,579

14,517

12,670

10,335

Subcontracted Services

1,385

1,446

2,420

2,110

Information System

125

0

0

0

Donations, Subsidies and Distributions

95

23

60

60

Transportation Costs

4,155

5,513

4,900

4,837

Other Expenditures

2,039

3,048

21,838

21,653

Total, Operating Expenditures

247,695

258,568

274,331

280,224

Recommended Budget for 2000: The recommended budget for this program will allow to continue the fight against drug trafficking and all sorts of crime by preventive patrolling throughout the whole island. With the approved budget, during the last years, the program has achieved the reduction of serious and other nonserious, indicating that the budget approved is the one needed to continue the fight against crime. The approved resources will allow, furthermore, to continue the fight against criminal incidence in order to offer more protection and security to the citizens in general. The 20 millions special appropriations recommended will enable the replacement and reinforcement of the motorized fleet by the acquisition and or rent of motor vehicles against crime.

PROGRAM: Patrolling and Safety in Public Housing

Description of the Program: This program provides patrolling and safety in the country's Public Housing Projects besides rescuing them from groups deDecated to drug trafficking and other types of illegal activities.

Purpose: EraDecate the drug points from the urban communities and guarantee the community a constant and preventive patrolling service.

Goal:

Clients: The clients of this program are composed of the rescued residents and the Public Housing Projects. Presently, 83 Projects have been rescued. The residents of these Projects are presented here as clients.

Type of Clients

1997

1998

1999

2000

Potential

54,945

91,575

109,890

106,435

Serviced

54,945

91,575

109,890

106,435

AVAILABLE AND PROPOSED PROGRAM RESOURCES

Human Resources

Positions Filled

12/92

3/94

9/94

9/95

9/96

9/97

9/98

9/99

Officers

0

504

568

704

1,595

1,456

1,167

1,244

Civilians

0

0

0

0

25

33

24

24

Total Positions Filled

0

504

568

704

1,620

1,489

1,191

1,268

Program Consolidated Budget

(In thousands of dollars)

Program

1997

1998

1999

2000

Operating Expenditures

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

Patrolling and Safety in Public Housing

38,384

38,561

42,114

31,649

Total, Budget

38,384

38,561

42,114

31,649

Revenues by Source

       

Operating Expenditures

       

Joint Resolution General Budget

20,217

21,515

25,355

22,424

Federal Funds

18,167

17,046

16,759

9,225

Total, Revenues

38,384

38,561

42,114

31,649

Operating Budget by Concept

       

Payroll and Related Costs

35,459

35,306

39,712

30,429

Facilities and Public Services Payments

25

83

201

201

Subcontracted Services

950

902

897

897

Donations, Subsidies, and Distributions

80

100

0

0

Transportation Costs

81

93

78

58

Other Expenditures

1,789

2,077

1,226

64

Total, Operating Expenditures

38,384

38,561

42,114

31,649

Recommended Budget for 2000: The recommended budget will allow this program to continue with the intervention in those Public Housing Projects where drug trafficking and other types of illegal activities are carried out. Besides, security and protection will continue to be offered to the residents of these facilities in order to attain a safe environment where community life can be developed.

PROGRAM: Drug and Weapon Free School Zones

Description of the Program: This program provides means and actions concentrated at preventing, protecting and attending to the health, safety, and welfare of our students and school personnel in the elementary, junior, and high, suburban intermediate, and special education schools of the Public Education System.

Purpose: Conduct constant vigilance, for our youth's benefit, in schools covered by the program to minimize the drugs and weapons trafficking.

Goal:

Clients: The clients of this program are composed of the schools, students, and the teachers of the system that are part of the security plan. Presently, there are 949 schools under constant vigilance, and 396 are under preventive patrolling. Our clients are composed of Serviced students and teachers.

Type of Clients

1997

1998

1999

2000

Potential

466,819

493,319

519,819

519,819

Serviced

466,819

493,319

519,819

519,819

AVAILABLE AND PROPOSED PROGRAM RESOURCES

Human Resources

Positions Filled

12/92

3/94

9/94

9/95

9/96

9/97

9/98

9/99

Officers

0

0

385

426

681

322

353

376

Total Positions filled

0

0

385

426

681

322

353

376

PROGRAM CONSOLIDATED BUDGET

(In thousands of dollars)

Program

1997

1998

1999

2000

Operating Expenditures

Expended

Expended

Current

Recommended

Drug and Weapon Free School Zones

9,238

8,973

9,072

9,469

Total, Budget

9,238

8,973

9,072

9,469

Revenues by Source

       

Operating Expenditures

       

Joint Resolution General Budget

8,918

8,613

8,712

8,936

Federal Funds

320

360

360

533

Total, Revenues

9,238

8,973

9,072

9,469

Operating Budget by Concept

       

Payroll and Related Costs

8,751

8,415

8,592

8,816

Facilities and Public Services Payments

2

69

59

59

Subcontracted Services

20

20

20

0

Donations, Subsidies and Distributions

10

0

0

0

Transportation Costs

141

63

4

4

Other Expenditures

314

406

397

590

Total, Operating Expenditures

9,238

8,973

9,072

9,469

Recommended Budget for 2000: The recommended budget will allow this program to continue offering security and protection to the personnel and the students of the schools included in the Program. Moreover, the necessary preventive vigilance will continue to be offered to keep schools free from drugs and weapons.