May Luncheon Notes

Called to Order: 11:45
In Attendance: 21

1- Introductions- (How has the Washington County Sheriff Office assisted you?)

  • *B. Merritt – Minuteman Mortgage – loves working with Amy at events
  • C. Lorentz – ACLA new board member , GO Warriors Aloha Opp fund
  • D. Bradley – Macley Auto Group – WCSO always positive
  • K. Larmanger – Comforcare – WCSO took care of an intruder at business
  • P. Miller – Westside Cruisers – intruder in backyard, WCSO came and took care of it, and repaired damage to fence
  • L. Kirwin – Volunteer Salute to Veterans Car Show – WCSO supportive of car shows
  • *T. Greeno – Transaction Realty – Used to work at WCSO has tremendous respect for office
  • *M. Schmidt – Schmidt and Yee – deals with Civic Section of WCSO have found them to be helpful and professional
  • *T. McCampbell – School to Career – Career Day support by WCSO and Ride alongs
  • J. Fritz – Comcast Business & Baseball Coach at Aloha – WCSO good to deal with
  • C. Wiard – Pamplin Media
  • S. Rennie – Schmidt and Yee
  • H. Meyers – Imagine Possibilities
  • L. Taylor – Willamette West Habitat for Humanity – wife had alarm go off called ADP, WCSO assisted
  • A. Watson – TVWD – work together with WCSO at outreach events
  • M. Kramer – Family Heritage – guest – works security at church and WCSO have helped out
  • E. Rawlinson – WCSO
  • D. Reed – guest – WCSO are always friendly and professional
  • AJ Bustamante –
  • *S. Fabre – Agape Community Ins. – WCSO have helped her countless times, mental health team and adopt a road help

*2019-2010 ABA Board Member

2 – AHS Senior Leadership Students – Aloha Warrior Mascot Custom Replacement Sponsorship

  • James Wolfe 
    • Mascott is 13 years old, it is dirty and smelly and needs to be replaced
    • Based off first king of Hawaii – great warrior, great leader King Kamehameha
    • Used to be a pineapple, wanted a warrior to represent school
    • 13 years old
    • Can not be washed
    • Ripped, dirty, lost belt
    • New suit is dry cleanable
    • It has a ventilation system
    • BAM Mascots – best likeness to drawing, best cost
    • Showed proposed drawing
    • Cost $5500 – 6000
      • Takes 10 weeks
      • Want by start of school year – 8/26
      • Have raised $3000
    • How Can you help?
      • Check or online donation
      • Host an event and donate a percentage
    • Email letter with link coming out ASAP

3 – Board and Committee Reports – Sally Fabre

    • Joining with THPRD June 20 6-8 for 1st Concert in the Park at Mtn View Champions Park
  • A – Treasurer Report – Teresa Greeno
    • $1758.26 in bank, apologized for issues in invoicing, is working on reaching out to businesses for bounce backs.  
    • 52 paid members
  • B – Community Partnerships / Communications – Brian Merritt
    • May Spotlight Business of the Month – Washington County Sheriff Office – Video – Highlight Aloha Community Dinner
  • C – School Updates – Tabitha McCampbell
    • Graduation June 8th
    • Last day June 14th
    • RedForEd Campaign downtown yesterday was hopefully a success

4 – Guest Speaker – Ed Rawlinson WCSO

  • Each lieutenant is assigned an area or district, he works in Aloha
  • Supervised drug team and task enforcement
  • Goals
    • Make Washington County the safest urban county in Oregon
    • Provide excellent customer service
    • Build and strengthen community relationships and public trust
    • Be financially responsible
  • We are good people, we just have a different job
  • Sheriff Pat Garrett
  • 175 years of servicing Washington County
  • 726 square miles
  • Approx 617K citizens – patrol 253 k
  • 604 employees
  • Levy dependent budget – budget is approx 114 million
  • Patrol
    • 214 employees
      • 3rd largest in state
    • 122931 calls for service
    • 5 distinct command areas, aloha is busiest
  • Jail
    • 207 employees
    • 572 beds
    • 18412 booking
    • 34985 hours of inmate programs (cleanup, diversion)
  • Investigations
    • 49 employees
    • Over 1000 cases last year
    • County major crimes team
  • Services
    • 80 employees
    • 295 volunteers
    • Includes records, Civil, Concealed handguns, training and more
  • Aloha
    • Problem oriented policing strategies
    • Data driven decision making (this includes your feedback)
    • Combat Property crimes, Traffic Crashes ad Problem houses
  • Property Crimes
    • Most common are theft from vehicles and unlocked buildings
    • Strategies we used
      • Community education
      • Flyers and neighborhood checks
      • Hunchlab – did not work
      • Bait packages
    • Moving forward
      • Focus on high call load areas (high is relative – approx 1 call a day)
        • Market Center
        • Bales Complex
    • Results
      • Down 10 percent over Mar – Sept (vs 3 year average)
      • Up about 4 % Sep – Mar
  • Traffic Crashes
    • Common Causes
      • Distracted Driving
      • Traffic control devices
      • Speeding
    • Focus on Problem intersections
      • Data driven by crash reports and state rankings
        • TV Hwy 1770-209
        • 185 and Farmington
        • 185th and Riggert
      • Work with Partners
        • Safety corridor for example
      • Results
        • Down about 4% over March – September (over 3 year average)
        • Up Sept – March
  • Problem Properties
    • 182nd Ave
      • Since September 2018 there were over 49 public demand calls for service – over 240 calls to that house in particular
      • Primarily narcotics, property crime and livability related
      • neighborhood affected with garbage rats and police activity
      • Some of the issues moved a few doors down the road
      • Focus patrol
      • Community meetings
      • Issues with ownership
      • Partnership with County HHS
  • Community Events
    • 50 Total events September – March
      • Shop with a cop
      • Scoop with a sheriff
      • Aloha Tree Lighting
      • Donuts with a deputy
      • 182nd Neighborhood meeting
      • AHS Career day
      • Aloha Community Dinner
  • Moving forward
    • Other Aloha challenges
      • SW 198th Widening
      • New water main coming over the hill
      • South Hillsboro and West Beaverton  developments
      • New Enforcement HQ
  • Get Involved
    • Call Call Call
    • Always hiring sworn in and non sworn in
    • Volunteer opportunities
      • Reserves
      • Explorers
      • Other volunteer roles
    • ESPD Advisory
    • CPO Meetings
    • Ride Alongs
    • Power Curve/Womens Safety
    • Traffic Safety Corridor

5 – Spotlight Speaker – Amy Terrones WCSO – SICK

6 – Testimonials –

  • In dealing with settling an estate,  Macley helped with advice on selling off dump trucks
  • Macley Auto Group has office space available if needed
  • Westside Community Church – End of August Homeless event for HS kids at Aloha – working on raising funds to support them.  

7 – Announcements –

  • Aloha Community Farmers Market Opened May 2nd
  • Leadercast – Building Healthy Teams – All Day (Gresham) – May 10th
  • Edwards Center – Casino Night Fundraiser – May 11
  • AHS Senior Leadership students – Aloha Warrior Mascot Costume replacement sponsorship
  • Westside Cruisers – Salute to Veterans Car & Motorcycle Show – August 10
  • Majority of funds raised goes to supporting veterans
  • Imagine Possibilities – Golf Charity Tournament July 26th
  • Aug 31 Scoop With a Sheriff at Baskin and Robbins
  • June 20th MtView Championship Park Concert in the Park

 

 

Next Meeting:  Thursday June 13th, 2019

June Spotlight Non-profit – Imagine Possibilities

June Guest Speaker – Sally Fabre – Leadercast 2019

2nd Thursday of every month, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM at Peppermill Restaurant  

Please invite someone to join!

The ABA Board would like to thank

Schmidt and Yee for hosting our Board Meetings – June 6th @ 8 AM

 

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