911 Domestic Violence Call Response Time 2019 vs. 2020 (Omaha Police Department)

Colin Gerber filed this request with the Omaha Police Department of Omaha, NE .
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P000445-111320

Multi Request 911 Domestic Violence Call Response Time 2019 vs. 2020
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From: Colin Gerber

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Nebraska Public Records Act, I hereby request from Omaha Police Department any records, datasets, or materials that contain the following:

For July 2020:
- Average response time of department for all calls
- Average response time of department for domestic violence calls only

For all domestic violence/domestic disturbance calls to the 911 dispatch center in the month of July 2020, separated by individual call:
- Type of call
- Priority level
- Date and time of call received
- Date and time first officer arrived on scene
- Race and ethnicity of victim, if available
- Race and ethnicity of perpetrator(s), if available
- Outcome or resolution of call

For July 2019:
- Average response time of department for all calls
- Average response time of department for domestic violence calls only

For all domestic violence/domestic disturbance calls to the 911 dispatch center in the month of July 2019, separated by individual call:
- Type of call
- Priority level
- Date and time of call received
- Date and time first officer arrived on scene
- Race and ethnicity of victim, if available
- Race and ethnicity of perpetrator(s), if available
- Outcome or resolution of call

The requested documents will be made available to the general public. These records are being requested as part of a collaborative research effort and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter.

I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 4 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Colin Gerber

From:

I will be out of the office October 21st through October 30th.  I will periodically check my emails.  If you need anything from the Police Services Bureau, please contact Captain Ed Reyes.

Deputy Chief Michele Bang

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Deputy Chief Michele Bang
Police Services Bureau
Omaha Police Department
505 S. 15th Street
Omaha, NE 68102
402-444-5861 (desk)
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From: Omaha Police Department

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From: Omaha Police Department

Dear Colin Gerber,

I am responding to your request on behalf of the Omaha Police
Department. In your request dated November 13, 2020, you sought:

For July 2020:
- Average response time of department for all calls
- Average response time of department for domestic violence calls only
For all domestic violence/domestic disturbance calls to the 911 dispatch
center in the month of July 2020, separated by individual call:
- Type of call
- Priority level
- Date and time of call received
- Date and time first officer arrived on scene
- Race and ethnicity of victim, if available
- Race and ethnicity of perpetrator(s), if available
- Outcome or resolution of call
For July 2019:
- Average response time of department for all calls
- Average response time of department for domestic violence calls only
For all domestic violence/domestic disturbance calls to the 911 dispatch
center in the month of July 2019, separated by individual call:
- Type of call
- Priority level
- Date and time of call received
- Date and time first officer arrived on scene
- Race and ethnicity of victim, if available
- Race and ethnicity of perpetrator(s), if available
- Outcome or resolution of call.

Your request is made pursuant to the provisions of the Nebraska Public
Records Act. This is the response required by Neb. Rev. Stat. § 84-712(4).

The OPD does not maintain 911 call records, recordings or transcripts of
911 calls. These records are maintained by Douglas County 911. You may
find more information regarding what services they are able to provide at
the following link: http://dc911.douglascounty-ne.gov/. The OPD does have
publically available Monthly 911 Calls For Police Service from 2009 – 2020
available on our public website:

https://police.cityofomaha.org/images/crime-statistics-reports/2018/Website_-_Response_Time_10-7-20.pdf

Section 84-712.03 of the Nebraska Revised Statutes may grant you the right
to administrative or judicial review of this response. Please consult the
statute for further information. Chief of Police Todd Schmaderer is the
public employee responsible for the decision to deny a portion of your
request.

If you have any questions about the legal basis for this response, please
contact me at 402.444.5861.

Sincerely,
Deputy Chief Michele Bang
Police Services Bureau
Omaha Police Department
505 S. 15th Street
Omaha, NE 68102
402-444-5861 (desk)

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