Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Sauk Village Administrator / Public Safety Director's Report - November 8, 2016

Sauk Village Administrator / Public Safety Director's Report

By: Director JW Fairman
Date: November 8, 2016

Labor Contracts:

Staff and I have reached agreements with 2 of the 3 Labor Unions of Sauk Village. A tentative agreement with the FOP is still being reviewed.

2016 Water Revenues:

YTD water revenues have increased $313,257.67 or 23.74% over 2015. In cooperation with Staff, we have been able to accomplish this by identifying squatters and placing liens and shutoffs on non-payers. This process is on-going.

2016 UCR Crime:

By the end of 2016 UCR crime is trending at 180 crimes. If that figure trends out it will represent a 389% decrease in UCR crime since 2012. Department staff, at all levels, are to be commended for their outstanding work and efforts to keep Sauk Village safe and secure.

UCR Crime is characterized as:

Murder, Rape, Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Theft, Auto Theft and Arson

FBI Investigation:

It is our understanding through our attorneys that the FBI has concluded its investigation of Sauk Village. The investigation focused solely on the former Village Treasurer. He has acknowledged to the FBI that he acted alone in the theft of SV police pension funds. The FBI has forwarded its report to the U.S. Attorney General.