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Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Presented by: Mona Dohman, Commissioner Mary Ellison, Deputy Commissioner

Public Safety Mission


A Safer Minnesota

Prevent, prepare, respond, recover, educate, and enforce Focus on saving lives, providing efficient and effective services Maintain public trust and develop strong partnerships

Department of Public Safety


Policy and Finance Committees
Minnesota State Patrol

Transportation

Policy and Finance Committee


Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Homeland Security and Emergency Management Fire Marshal Division

Public Safety

Office of Traffic Safety

Driver and Vehicle Services

Office of Pipeline Safety Office of Justice Programs Administration and Related Services Emergency Communication Networks

Total DPS Budget Base FY14-15


Transportation and Public Safety Divisions

Trunk Hwy. $175,618 29%

State Gov. S.R. $122,969 20%

HUTD $20,812 3%

General Fund $169,226 28%

Misc. SR $119,952 20%

(in thousands)

Total all funds = $608,577

FY14-15 Expenses By Category


Transportation and Public Safety Divisions
Transfers $74,636 12% Local Assistance $97,281 16% Payments to Individuals $3,816 1%

Total Compensation $300,173 49% Operating costs $132,671 22%

($ in thousands)

Total all funds = $608,577

Governors DPS Budget Recommendations


Transportation Policy and Finance Committees

Soft Body Armor DVS Staffing (Title Turnaround) DVS Staffing (Facial Recognition) DVS Phone System State Patrol Fuel

Capitol Security

Administration and Related Services


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Administration and Related Services


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Communications

Commissioners Office
Human resources Fiscal and Administrative Services

Office of Technology and Support Services

Change Item Soft Body Armor

Under M.S. 299A.38, law enforcement agencies may be reimbursed 50% of the cost of body armor for officers. Program base is $508K/yr General Fund. Recommendation is a base increase of $92K/yr General Fund and a new base appropriation of $100K/yr Trunk Highway for State Patrol vests.

State Patrol
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State Patrol
Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Mission
Protect and serve all people in the state through assistance, education, and enforcement; provide support to allied agencies; and provide for the safe, efficient movement of traffic on

Minnesotas roadways.

State Patrol
Minnesota Department of Public Safety

788 full-time, sworn and non-sworn personnel Annual operating budget of $83,116,000 For the FY2014-15 biennium: $158,378,000 from Trunk Highway Fund $1,570,000 from Highway User Tax Distribution Fund $6,284,000 from the General Fund

$16,000,000 (approx.) federal funds

State Patrol
Minnesota Department of Public Safety

State Patrol Services


Aviation Capitol Security Executive Protection Canine Program Crash Reconstruction Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Vehicle Crimes Unit DWI Enforcement Fleet Management Investigative Services Public Information Training Academy Radio Communications Special Response Team Federal Programs

Change Item State Patrol Fuel

In 2012, State Troopers logged 18.6 million patrol miles. Continuing high gas prices are a major hit to the State Patrols budget. Recommendation is for $1M/yr Trunk Highway base increase to purchase fuel.

Change Item Capitol Security


A permanent advisory committee was created last session to study issues of Capitol-area security (MN Stat. 299E.04). One of the committees recommendations (released Jan. 15) was increased funding. Recommendation is base increase of $500K per year General Fund for Capitol-area security, as well as elimination of current interagency security agreements. This is a placeholder for consideration of the committees overall recommendations .

Office of Traffic Safety


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Office of Traffic Safety


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Mission
To prevent traffic deaths and serious injuries by changing human behavior in Minnesota through policy development and support, stakeholder engagement, program delivery, leadership, and

research and evaluation.

Office of Traffic Safety


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

OTS receives an annual appropriation from the Trunk Highway Fund of $435,000 - a required match which allows OTS to secure federal funds, grants, and one-time monies

that annually amount to approximately


$20,000,000.

Office of Traffic Safety


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

OTS Services
Traffic Safety Outreach Impaired Driving Prevention Seat Belt Use Child Passenger Safety Traffic Records/Data Systems Safe Road Coalitions Motorcycle Safety Teen Drivers Underage Alcohol Prevention Distracted Driving Traffic Safety Research and Analysis Fatality Analysis Records System

Driver and Vehicle Services


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Driver and Vehicle Services


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Mission
Committed to providing FAST (fair, accurate, secure, timely) service through effective service options, accurate collection of data, fraud prevention, efficient collection of state revenue, and quality information and technical support for staff and business partners.

Driver and Vehicle Services


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

DVS has an annual budget of approximately $55 million. 505 employees working in 95 locations throughout the state. More than $1B in state revenue is generated annually by DVS. DVS is funded by the Special Revenue Fund and the Highway User Tax Distribution Fund.

Driver and Vehicle Services


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

DVS Services
Title and Registration Auto Dealer Licensing and Inspection Prorate Driver Exams Driver Compliance Drivers License Issuing Public Information Center Operations Support E-Business

Change Item DVS Staffing (Title Turnaround)


Vehicle title issuance currently runs 80-90 days due to the complexity and volume of these transactions. DVS undertook a process-improvement exercise to streamline procedures. Recommendation is $650K/yr Special Revenue to add 7 FTEs to perform this work. Goal is to reduce title issuance to 30 days.

Change Item DVS Staffing (Facial Recognition)


Facial Recognition is used to scan the database of MN drivers license and ID photos for fraudulent duplicates. Findings are instrumental in combating identitybased fraud across the public and private sectors. Recommendation is for $71K/yr Special Revenue to fund one FTE to coordinate DVSs Facial Recognition efforts, starting in FY2015.

Change Item DVS Phone System

The DVS phone system is antiquated, yet receives very high call volume. Recommendation is to replace the DVS phone system with a more advanced, responsive and customer-friendly one. Phased development and implementation is $150K Special Revenue in FY15 and $650K tails in FY1617 biennium.

Office of Pipeline Safety


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Office of Pipeline Safety


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Mission
To protect lives, property, and the environment through the implementation of a program of gas and hazardous liquid pipeline inspections, enforcement, accident and incident investigations, and

education.

Office of Pipeline Safety


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

$3.13M/year total budget in Special Revenue and federal funds

$1.35M/year is direct appropriation Special Revenue derived from inspection fees

Governors DPS Budget Recommendations


Public Safety Committees

Replace States Criminal History System Replace States Crime Reporting System Forensic Laboratory Equipment Replacement Forensic Laboratory Staffing Maintenance of LiveScan Machines Expansion of Background Checks ARMER Maintenance Minnesota School Safety Center

State Fire Marshal


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State Fire Marshal


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Mission
Protect lives and property by fostering a fire-safe environment.

State Fire Marshal


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Funding
A mix of Fire Safety Account money and

other Special Revenue Funds.


For FY14-15: $10.159 million/year in Special Revenue direct appropriations.

State Fire Marshal


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Fire Marshal Services


Investigation Enforcement Regulation Emergency Response Data Collection Public Education

Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement


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Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Mission
To maintain the integrity of legalized gambling, detect and vigorously pursue illegal forms of

gambling, enforce the states


liquor laws, and monitor the State/Tribal gaming compacts.

Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Alcohol Enforcement
Alcohol beverage license and permits Brand label registration Investigate alcohol-related complaints and investigations of licensed premises Alcohol promotion and advertising Imposition of civil penalties Enforcement of the underage drinking law Retail Alcohol Vendor Enforcement (RAVE) Program

Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Gambling Enforcement
Licensing of manufacturers and distributors of gambling equipment. Assure compliance with State/Tribal compacts Gambling criminal enforcement and investigation

Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Funding
FY14-15 budget of $1.58 million/year in General Fund and $653,000/year in Special Revenue direct appropriations.
Special Revenue monies are derived from the Indian Nation Compacts, criminal background fees, and gambling forfeitures

Homeland Security and Emergency Management


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Homeland Security and Emergency Management


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Mission
To help Minnesota prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from natural and human

caused disasters.

Homeland Security and Emergency Management


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Funding
In addition to extensive program activity, HSEM is a pass-through for sizeable federal grant amounts.
General Fund base budget in $1.851 million per year. Funding sources through federal grants mostly from Homeland Security and FEMA - are approximately $20 million. InFY15, HSEM will expend approximately $48 million in assistance to over 300 local governments and other entities.

Homeland Security and Emergency Management


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

HSEM Services

Emergency preparedness, planning & response


Pre-disaster mitigation; post-disaster recovery Critical Infrastructure Protection Community Right to Know Act Training exercises and simulations Coordination of statewide and volunteer resources Federal programs

Change Item School Safety Center

Minnesota previously had a School Safety Center that assisted schools with emergency preparedness, response, and recovery. Recommendation is $555K General Fund in FY14 and $505K in FY15 and forward to re-establish the Center. The funding is for 5 FTEs and necessary equipment and resources.

Office of Justice Programs


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Office of Justice Programs


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Mission
To provide leadership and resources to reduce crime in Minnesota, improve the

functioning of the criminal justice


system, and assist crime victims.

Office of Justice Programs


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Funding
FY14-15 General Fund direct appropriation of $32.96 million per year
In addition to programming, OJP administers grants to non-profits and local units of government totaling $50 million per year.

Office of Justice Programs


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

OJP Services
Crime Victim Reparations Crime Victim Justice Unit Grants to Local Programs for Assistance to Crime Victims:
General Crime Abused Children Battered Women/Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Emergency Grant Program

Training and Communication Statistical Analysis Center Justice and Community Grants
Reduce crime Delinquency Drug abuse Violence

Emergency Communication Networks


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Emergency Communication Networks


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Mission
Utilize emerging technologies to provide the most comprehensive emergency communication networks

available. By developing
professional partnerships and collaborating with our customers we will deliver customer-focused network solutions that enhance public safety.

Emergency Communication Networks


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Funding
FY14-15, approximately $62 million per year from the 911 Emergency Services Account of the Special Revenue Fund.

Emergency Communication Networks


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

ECN Services - 911 Collects a monthly fee assessed upon all wired, wireless and packet-based telecommunications services Contracts with telephone companies to provide 911 network

Administers grants to Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs)


Provides technical assistance to PSAPs Developing migration strategy for Next Generation 911

Emergency Communication Networks


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

ECN Services ARMER


(Allied Radio Matrix for Emergency Response)

Implementing a statewide standards based shared digital trunked radio communications network for state and local emergency responders

Developing Minnesotas bottom-up local and regional governance structure


Implementing the Statewide Interoperability Program, with the focus of developing interoperable communications for routine, medium and large-scale local events

Change Item ARMER Maintenance

ARMER is Minnesotas statewide 800 MHz interoperable public safety radio communication system. The system backbone (tower network) is 86% complete. Recommendation is a base increase of $600K/yr Special Revenue in FY14 and $1M/yr in FY15 and forward for maintenance of the communication towers.

Bureau of Criminal Apprehension


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Bureau of Criminal Apprehension


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Mission
To protect Minnesotans and all who visit our state by providing services to prevent and solve crimes in partnership with law enforcement, public safety and other criminal justice agencies.

Bureau of Criminal Apprehension


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

BCA Services - Investigative Special Agents and Analysts Predatory Offender Registration and Investigation Program Financial Crimes Task Force Cold Case assistance Internet Crimes Against Children MN Joint Analysis Center

Bureau of Criminal Apprehension


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

BCA Services - Administrative Crim. Justice/Law Enforcement Training &Education AMBER Alert Missing & Unidentified Persons MN Crime Alert Network DARE MN Crime Watch Program Statewide Internet Safety Educational Program MN Duty Officers

Bureau of Criminal Apprehension


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

BCA Services - Forensics


Forensic Science Drug Laboratory Nuclear and Mitochondrial DNA Laboratory Firearms Laboratory National Integrated Ballistics Identification Network Midwest Automated Fingerprint Identification Network Fingerprint Laboratory Documents Laboratory Combined DNA Indexing System Breath Alcohol Testing Laboratory Toxicology Laboratory Trace Laboratory Crime Scene Service Training Accreditation

Bureau of Criminal Apprehension


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

BCA Services - MN Justice Information Services

CrimNet Criminal Justice Data Communication Network Criminal History background checks Criminal Justice Reporting System Maintenance and Administration of Criminal Justice Information Systems Development Services Fingerprint Services Technical Support Training and Auditing

Bureau of Criminal Apprehension


Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Funding
FY14-15 direct appropriations of $42.21 million per year.
General Fund - $40.27 million Trunk Highway Funds - $1.94 million

Change Item Replace States Crime Reporting System


All states report local crime statistics to the FBI as a condition of receiving federal justice and crime-fighting grants. Minnesotas crime reporting system is outdated, hampering its functionality. Phased implementation is $1M/yr Special Revenue and $360K/yr General Fund for FY1415; $1.7M General Fund in FY16-17.

Change Item Replace States Criminal History System


Current system is 20 years old; obsolete technology makes it difficult/expensive to integrate with newer systems. System is vital to law enforcement, courts/corrections/probation, state licensure background checks, etc. Phased development is $4M/yr Special Revenue and $80K/yr General Fund in FY14-15; $2.8M General Fund in FY16-17.

Change Item Forensic Lab Equipment

Individual pieces of BCA lab equipment can cost up to $250K. Most of the existing equipment is 11 years old and the BCA is able to budget just $125K/yr for repair/replacement. Recommendation is to create a base budget of $125K/yr General Fund and $125K/yr Trunk Highway for repair/replacement of lab equipment.

Change Item Forensic Lab Staffing

The BCA operates the premiere forensic lab in Minnesota, heavily relied upon by the criminal justice system. Recommendation is a base increase of $200K/yr General Fund and $200K/yr Trunk Highway to hire 4 FTEs (2 Drug Chemists and 2 Toxicologists). Goal is to reduce lab turnaround time for chemical testing to 30 days.

Change Item Maintenance of LiveScan Machines


The BCA submits fingerprints of anyone arrested in Minnesota to the FBI. Local law enforcement transmits these fingerprints to the BCA using LiveScan machines that the state purchased. Recommendation is creation of base funding for LiveScan maintenance: $310K General Fund in FY14; $389K/yr in FY15 and forward.

Change Item Expansion of Background Checks


BCA conducts various statutory criminal background checks. Recommendation, as a federal best practice, is to make state employees who conduct background checks be, themselves, subject to these checks since they handle private data. BCA would be authorized to charge its standard background check fee of $21.50.

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