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SUPPLEMENT TO THE PROPOSED BUDGET

FISCAL YEAR 2017 - 18  |  DE

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OS ANGELES

DETAIL OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAMS

VOLUME II

AS PRESENTED BY MAYOR ERIC GARCETTI

CITY OF LOS ANGELES

2017-18 BUDGET


 

 

 



TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

VOLUME I 

 

INTRODUCTION 

Page 

 

 Foreword 



 

The Blue Book 

 

Summary of Changes in Appropriations 



 

SECTION 1  

DEPARTMENTAL BUDGET SUMMARY 

REGULAR DEPARTMENTAL PROGRAM COSTS 

DETAIL OF POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

 

 Aging 



......................................................................................................................................................... 1 

 Animal 


Services ...................................................................................................................................... 13 

 Building 

and Safety ................................................................................................................................. 27 

 Cannabis 

Regulation .............................................................................................................................. 57 

 City 


Administrative Officer ...................................................................................................................... 63 

 City 


Attorney ........................................................................................................................................... 85 

 City 


Clerk 

.............................................................................................................................................. 105 

 City 

Planning 



......................................................................................................................................... 121 

 Controller 

.............................................................................................................................................. 151 

 

Convention and Tourism Development ................................................................................................ 165 



 Council 

.................................................................................................................................................. 171 

 Cultural 

Affairs ...................................................................................................................................... 179 

 Disability 

............................................................................................................................................... 195 

 

Economic and Workforce Development ............................................................................................... 209 



 

El Pueblo de Los Angeles .................................................................................................................... 229 

 Emergency 

Management ..................................................................................................................... 239 

 Employee 

Relations Board ................................................................................................................... 247 

 Ethics 

Commission 

............................................................................................................................... 253 

 Finance 

................................................................................................................................................. 259 

 Fire 


........................................................................................................................................................ 279 

 General 

Services 

.................................................................................................................................. 313 

 Housing 

and 


Community Investment.................................................................................................... 351 

Information Technology Agency ........................................................................................................... 383 

 Mayor 

.................................................................................................................................................... 407 



 Neighborhood 

Empowerment ............................................................................................................... 413 

 Personnel 

.............................................................................................................................................. 425 



 

VOLUME II 

 

SECTION 1 - CONTINUED 

 

 



Police .................................................................................................................................................... 456 

Public Accountability ............................................................................................................................. 486 

 Public 

Works 


 

Board of Public Works .................................................................................................................... 492 

 

 

Bureau of Contract Administration ................................................................................................. 508 



  

Bureau 


of 

Engineering ................................................................................................................... 524 

 

 

Bureau of Sanitation ....................................................................................................................... 552 



 

 

Bureau of Street Lighting ............................................................................................................... 602 



 

 

Bureau of Street Services .............................................................................................................. 620 



Transportation ....................................................................................................................................... 652 

 Zoo 


........................................................................................................................................................ 698 

 

 

 

 



 

SECTION 2 – OTHER PROGRAM COSTS 

Page 

 

 Library 



 

................................................................................................................................................. 722 

 Recreation 

and Parks ........................................................................................................................... 742 

 City 

Employees' 



Retirement Fund ........................................................................................................ 776 

 

Fire and Police Pension Fund .............................................................................................................. 780 



 

SECTION 3 – NON-DEPARTMENTAL SCHEDULES 

 

Attorney Conflicts Panel ....................................................................................................................... 784 



Business Improvement District Trust Fund .......................................................................................... 786 

Capital Finance Administration Fund ................................................................................................... 788 

Capital Improvement Expenditure Program 

  Summary ................................................................................................................................. 804 

  Clean 

Water 


............................................................................................................................. 808 

  Municipal 

Facilities .................................................................................................................. 810 

  Physical 

Plant 

.......................................................................................................................... 820 



 

City Clerk Neighborhood Council Fund ................................................................................................ 822 

Emergency Operations Fund ................................................................................................................ 824 

Ethics Commission Public Matching Campaign Funds Trust Fund ..................................................... 826 

General City Purposes ......................................................................................................................... 828 

Human Resources Benefits .................................................................................................................. 848 

Judgment Obligation Bonds Debt Service Fund .................................................................................. 852 

Liability Claims ...................................................................................................................................... 854 

Los Angeles Convention Center Private Operator ............................................................................... 856 

Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board ....................................................................................... 858 

 

Measure M Local Return Fund ............................................................................................................. 864 



 

Measure R Local Traffic Relief and Rail Expansion Funds .................................................................. 868 

 

Proposition A Local Transit Assistance Fund ....................................................................................... 872 



Proposition C Anti-Gridlock Transit Improvement Fund ....................................................................... 880 

Sewer Construction and Maintenance Fund ........................................................................................ 886 

Solid Waste Resources Revenue Fund ............................................................................................... 892 

Special Parking Revenue Fund ............................................................................................................ 896 

Special Police Communications/9-1-1 System Tax Fund .................................................................... 900 

Stormwater Pollution Abatement Fund ................................................................................................. 902 

Telecommunications Liquidated Damages and Lost Franchise Fees Fund ........................................ 908 

Unappropriated Balance ....................................................................................................................... 910 

Water and Electricity ............................................................................................................................. 914 

2017 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes, Debt Service Fund .......................................................... 916 

 

 

OTHER SUPPLEMENTAL SCHEDULES 

 

 Accessible 



Housing Program ............................................................................................................... 918 

 

Alterations and Improvement Projects ................................................................................................. 922 



 Fleet 

Vehicles and Equipment .............................................................................................................. 924 

 Homeless Budget ................................................................................................................................. 928 

 

Pavement Preservation Plan ................................................................................................................ 938 



 Sidewalk 

Repair Program ..................................................................................................................... 944 

 

 

 



 

 


POLICE

2017-18 Proposed Budget

FIVE-YEAR HISTORY OF BUDGET AND POSITION AUTHORITIES

SUMMARY OF 2017-18 PROPOSED BUDGET CHANGES

Total Budget

General Fund

Special Fund

Regular Resolution

Regular Resolution

Regular Resolution

2016-17 Adopted

$1,485,553,257

13,875

45

$1,435,223,677 96.6%



13,452

45

$50,329,580



3.4%

423


-

2017-18 Proposed

$1,576,737,030

13,884

114


$1,515,672,745 96.1%

13,461


114

$61,064,285

3.9%

423


-

Change from Prior Year

$91,183,773

9

69

$80,449,068

9

69

$10,734,705

-

-

2017-18 FUNDING DISTRIBUTION BY PROGRAM

MAIN BUDGET ITEMS

Funding

Positions

*

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Security



$55,593,496

-

*



Police Commander for Homelessness

-

1



*

Less-Lethal Ordnance

$750,000

-

*



Associate Community Officer (A-Cop) Program

$1,000,000

-

*

Replacement Vehicles



$1,780,000

-

*



Body-Worn Video Camera Program Implementation

$8,565,161

7

*

Community Surveys



$100,000

-

456



Police

EXPENDITURES AND APPROPRIATIONS

Salaries

Total Salaries

1,406,323,355

83,801,597 1,490,124,952

Salaries General

236,691,109

8,045,700

244,736,809

Salaries Sworn

1,067,490,828

42,644,324 1,110,135,152

Salaries, As-Needed

3,082,909

1,000,000

4,082,909

Overtime General

5,558,509

1,126,711

6,685,220

Overtime Sworn

90,000,000

30,984,862

120,984,862

Accumulated Overtime

3,500,000

-

3,500,000



Expense

Total Expense

72,437,365

9,655,861

82,093,226

Printing and Binding

1,193,343

(7,750)


1,185,593

Travel


607,750

-

607,750



Firearms Ammunition Other Device

3,147,044

808,667

3,955,711



Contractual Services

32,860,764

4,706,123

37,566,887

Field Equipment Expense

9,089,074

1,141,418

10,230,492

Institutional Supplies 

1,177,000

80,196

1,257,196



Traffic and Signal

101,000


-

101,000


Transportation

110,062


-

110,062


Secret Service

908,000


-

908,000


Uniforms

4,517,738

(8,100)

4,509,638



Reserve Officer Expense

301,000


-

301,000


Office and Administrative 

16,397,589

2,937,327

19,334,916

Operating Supplies 

2,027,001

(2,020)

2,024,981



Equipment

Total Equipment

6,792,537

(2,273,685)

4,518,852

Furniture, Office, and Technical Equipment

1,714,152

(1,714,152)

-

Transportation Equipment



5,078,385

(559,533)

4,518,852

Adopted


Total

Total


Budget

Budget


Budget

2016-17


Changes

2017-18


Total Police

1,485,553,257

91,183,773 1,576,737,030

Recapitulation of Changes

457


Police

Recapitulation of Changes

Adopted


Total

Total


Budget

Budget


Budget

2016-17


Changes

2017-18


SOURCES OF FUNDS

General Fund

1,435,223,677

80,449,068 1,515,672,745

Sewer Operations & Maintenance Fund (Sch. 14)

1,742,276

26,157

1,768,433



Local Public Safety Fund (Sch. 17)

37,585,631

-

37,585,631



Arts and Cultural Facilities & Services Fund (Sch. 24)

556,999


161,751

718,750


City/County Collaboraton Anti-Gang Fund (Sch. 29)

-

617,808



617,808

Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Fund (Sch. 29)

-

2,845,967



2,845,967

Narcotic Enforcement Surveillance Fund (Sch. 29)

-

2,475,162



2,475,162

Operation ABC Fund (Sch. 29)

-

500,465


500,465

Transportation Regulation & Enforcement Fund (Sch. 29)

635,000

-

635,000



El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument Fund (Sch. 43)

473,726


71,059

544,785


Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Fund (Sch. 46)

9,335,948

4,036,336

13,372,284



Total Funds

1,485,553,257

91,183,773 1,576,737,030

Percentage Change

6.14%

Positions



13,875

9

13,884



458

Police

Obligatory Changes

1. 2016-17 Employee Compensation Adjustment

1,392,631

-

1,805,685



Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: $413,054

SG: $1,392,631

2. 2017-18 Employee Compensation Adjustment

35,494,872

-

51,199,992



Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: $15,705,120

SG: $33,632

SW: $35,461,240

3. Change in Number of Working Days

(3,690,009)

-

(5,226,141)



Reduce funding to reflect one fewer working day. Related

costs consist of employee benefits.



Related Costs: ($1,536,132)

SG: ($664,830)

SW: ($3,025,179)

4. Full Funding for Partially Financed Positions

1,235,617

-

1,602,101



Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: $366,484

SG: $1,235,617

5. Salary Step and Turnover Effect

5,374,616

-

6,071,503



Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: $696,887

SG: $5,374,616

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

Changes Applicable to Various Programs

The following changes involve two or more budgetary programs. These changes are explained below and

apportioned as single entries in the affected programs. Single-program changes are shown only in the

programs involved.

459


Police

Deletion of One-Time Services

6. Deletion of One-Time Equipment Funding

(6,792,537)

-

(6,792,537)



Delete one-time funding for equipment purchases.

EQ: ($6,792,537)

7. Deletion of One-Time Expense Funding

(5,282,022)

-

(5,282,022)



Delete one-time expense funding.

EX: ($5,282,022)

8. Deletion of Funding for Resolution Authorities

-

-

-



Delete 45 resolution authority positions. An additional 69

positions were approved in 2016-17. Resolution authorities

are reviewed annually and continued only if sufficient funding

is available to maintain the current service level. Related

costs consist of employee benefits. 

45 positions are continued: 

Task Force for Regional Auto Theft Prevention (20 positions)

COPS Hiring Program (25 positions)

69 positions approved during 2016-17 are continued:

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Contract Security (69 positions)

Continuation of Services

9. Sworn Hiring Plan

15,567,922

-

21,698,230



Add funding in the Salaries Sworn Account to hire 459 Police

Officer recruits to maintain a force of 10,000 Police Officers.

Expense items include firearms, uniforms, and training

materials. Related costs consist of employee benefits.



Related Costs: $6,130,308

SW: $12,196,732

EX: $3,371,190

10. Sworn Attrition

(7,731,267)

-

(17,436,450)



Reduce funding in the Salaries Sworn Account to reflect the

attrition of 419 sworn officers. Related costs consist of

employee benefits.

Related Costs: ($9,705,183)

SW: ($7,731,267)

11. Sworn Overtime Reduction

(10,000,000)

-

(10,000,000)



Reduce funding in the Overtime Sworn account as an

ongoing reduction to reflect savings generated by the

implementation of sworn overtime controls.

SWOT: ($10,000,000)


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