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<br />RANCHO PALOS VERDES CITY COUNCIL MEETING DATE: 06/05/2018 <br />AGENDA REPORT AGENDA HEADING: Consent Calendar <br /> <br />AGENDA DESCRIPTION: <br /> <br />Consideration and possible action to approve the Sheriff’s Law Enforcement Agreement <br />and Deployment Survey. <br /> <br />RECOMMENDED COUNCIL ACTION: <br /> <br />(1) Authorize the City Manager to sign the FY18-19 Law Enforcement Services <br />Agreement for the Peninsula Region (Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, and <br />Rolling Hills Estates); and the FY18-19 Rancho Palos Verdes Deployment Survey <br />with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. <br /> <br />FISCAL IMPACT: $6,335,381.89 for Sheriff’s General Law Enforcement Services, <br />including CORE deputies, throughout the City. $710,235.00 is budgeted for Sheriff’s <br />Special Programs, which includes $584,235.00 budgeted for Preserve Enforcement and <br />$126,000 in directed patrols and traffic control. <br /> <br /> Amount Budgeted: N/A <br />Additional Appropriation: N/A <br />Account Number(s): 101-400-6110-5101 (Prof/Technical Service) <br />101-400-6120-5111 (Traffic Control) <br />101-400-6120-5112 (Coastal Area Patrol) <br />101-400-6120-5113 (Western Ave Patrol) <br /> 101-400-6120-5114 (Summer Evening Patrol) <br />101-400-6120-5115 (Supplemental Patrol) <br />101-400-6120-5116 (Preserve Enforcement) <br /> <br />ORIGINATED BY: Jacqueline Ruiz, Administrative Analyst <br />REVIEWED BY: Gabriella Yap, Deputy City Manager APPROVED BY: Doug W illmore, City Manager <br /> <br />ATTACHED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS: <br /> <br />A. RPV Contract Law Enforcement Service Level Agreement (page A-1) <br /> <br /> <br />BACKGROUND AND DISCUSSION: <br /> <br />Since its incorporation, law enforcement services have been provided to the City by the <br />Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The agreement is overseen by the Regional <br />Law Enforcement Committee, made up of two Councilmembers from each jurisdiction, <br />which meets on a quarterly basis. In 2014, the regional cities agreed to migrate from a <br />variable contract formula used to calculate the annual cost sharing of Sheriff’s services <br />1