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Police

GENERAL


Regular Positions

2

-



2

3595-1


Automotive Dispatcher I

1910


(39,880 - 58,276)

1

-



1

3595-2


Automotive Dispatcher II

2292


(47,856 - 69,968)

4

-



4

3638


Senior Communications Electrician

(96,841)


20

-

20



3686

Communications Electrician

(88,218)

14

-



14

3687-1


Police Surveillance Specialist I

(96,977)


1

-

1



3687-2

Police Surveillance Specialist II

(111,436)

2

-



2

3689


Communications Electrician

Supervisor

(101,335)

11

-



11

3704-5


Auto Body Builder and Repairer

(78,801)


1

-

1



3706-2

Auto Body Repair Supervisor II

(90,817)

1

-



1

3706-F


Auto Body Repair Supervisor I

(80,602)


118

-

118



3711-5

Equipment Mechanic

(78,801)

27

-



27

3712-5


Senior Equipment Mechanic

(83,342)


9

-

9



3714

Automotive Supervisor

(90,817)

2

-



2

3716


Senior Automotive Supervisor

(104,676)

1

-

1



3718

General Automotive Supervisor

(120,357)

3

-



3

3721-5


Auto Painter

(78,801)


1

-

1



3722-1

Director Police Transportation I

4520

(94,377 - 137,995)



1

-

1



3722-2

Director Police Transportation II

5736

(119,767 - 175,120)



1

-

1



3723-5

Upholsterer

(78,801)

2

-



2

3743


Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic

(85,874)


1

-

1



3773

Mechanical Repairer

(79,803)

3

-



3

4322


Equine Keeper

2135


(44,578 - 65,187)

5

-



5

6147


Audio Visual Technician

(85,360)


2

-

2



7213

Geographic Information Specialist

3334

(69,613 - 101,769)



1

-

1



7214-1

Geographic Information Systems

Supervisor I

3703


(77,318 - 113,023)

1

-



1

7214-2


Geographic Information Systems

Supervisor II

4009

(83,707 - 122,398)



1

-

1



7607-2

Communications Engineering

Associate II

3453


(72,098 - 105,444)

1

-



1

7614


Senior Communications Engineer

4915


(102,625 - 149,981)

14

-



14

7854-1


Laboratory Technician I

2113


(44,119 - 64,498)

3

-



3

7854-2


Laboratory Technician II

2505


(52,304 - 76,462)

1

-



1

7922


Architectural Drafting Technician

2431


(50,759 - 74,228)

10

-



10

9167-1


Senior Personnel Analyst I

4043


(84,417 - 123,400)

4

-



4

9167-2


Senior Personnel Analyst II

5003


(104,462 - 152,737)

37

-



37

9171-1


Senior Management Analyst I

3881


(81,035 - 118,473)

20

-



20

9171-2


Senior Management Analyst II

4807


(100,370 - 146,744)

484


Position Counts

2016-17


Change

2017-18


Code

Title


2017-18 Salary Range and Annual

Salary


Police

GENERAL


Regular Positions

-

171



171

9184


Management Analyst

3286


(68,611 - 100,307)

34

(34)



-

9184-1


Management Analyst I

2786


(58,171 - 85,044)

137


(137)

-

9184-2



Management Analyst II

3286


(68,611 - 100,307)

8

-



8

9196-1


Police Administrator I

5736


(119,767 - 175,120)

4

-



4

9196-2


Police Administrator II

6570


(137,181 - 200,531)

2

-



2

9196-3


Police Administrator III

7482


(156,224 - 228,385)

1

-



1

9374


Chief Information Officer

7543


(157,497 - 230,285)

2

-



2

9375


Director of Systems

5736


(119,767 - 175,120)

1

-



1

9734-1


Commission Executive Assistant I

2592


(54,120 - 79,156)

1

-



1

9734-2


Commission Executive Assistant II

3286


(68,611 - 100,307)

3,330


7

3,337


Commissioner Positions

7

-



7

0020


Member Police Permit Review Panel

$50/mtg


5

-

5



0101-1

Commissioner

$25/mtg

12

-



12

AS NEEDED

To be Employed As Needed in Such Numbers as Required

0102


Commission Hearing Examiner

$900/day


0136

Examining Assistant Civil Service

$45/mtg

0137


Examining Assistant Civil Service

$50/mtg


0138

Examining Assistant Civil Service

$55/mtg

0139


Examining Assistant Civil Service

$60/mtg


1503

Police Student Worker

1164(9)

(24,304 - 35,537)



2208

Academy Trainee

$20/hr

3181


Security Officer

1927


(40,235 - 58,798)

3184


Senior Security Officer

2108


(44,015 - 64,352)

3199


Security Aide

1562


(32,614 - 47,669)

Regular Positions



Total

13,884


Commissioner Positions

12

485



PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY

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

 Adopted

-

-



-

-

-



-

-

-



-

-

-



2017-18 Proposed

$2,374,111

7

-

$2,374,111 100.0%



7

-

-



-

-

-



Change from Prior Year

$2,374,111

7

-

$2,374,111

7

-

-

-

-

2017-18 FUNDING DISTRIBUTION BY PROGRAM

MAIN BUDGET ITEMS

Funding

Positions

*

Transfer of Office of Public Accountability



$2,374,111

7

Note: The Office of Public Accountability (OPA) was previously budgeted within the Office of the City Administrative Officer (CAO).



Effective July 1, 2017, the OPA will be an independent department. See the CAO budget for prior-year amounts.

486


Public Accountability

EXPENDITURES AND APPROPRIATIONS

Salaries

Total Salaries

-

1,140,701



1,140,701

Salaries General

-

1,140,701



1,140,701

Expense

Total Expense

-

1,233,410



1,233,410

Printing and Binding

-

6,500


6,500

Travel


-

10,000


10,000

Contractual Services

-

1,184,200



1,184,200

Transportation

-

14,500


14,500

Office and Administrative 

-

18,210


18,210

Adopted


Total

Total


Budget

Budget


Budget

2016-17


Changes

2017-18


Total Public Accountability

-

2,374,111

2,374,111

Recapitulation of Changes

Total


Total

Budget


Budget

Changes


2017-18

SOURCES OF FUNDS

General Fund

-

2,374,111



2,374,111

Total Funds

-

2,374,111

2,374,111

Percentage Change

-

Positions



-

7

7



487

Public Accountability

Public Accountability and Ratepayer Advocate

Priority Outcome: Make Los Angeles the best run big city in America

This program provides public independent analysis of Department of Water and Power (DWP) actions as they

relate to water and electricity rates and operations, as authorized by the Charter, which includes, and is not

limited to, the following efforts: 1) review and analysis of proposed utility rate proposals and periodic

adjustments; 2) evaluation of and advice on DWP long-term strategic plans, operations, budget, finances, and

performance; 3) review of major plans, programs, projects, policies, contracts, costs, and utility rates; and, 4)

analysis of customer data to evaluate of customer service performance at DWP. 

This Charter-mandated activity was previously budgeted within the Office of the City Administrative Officer for

administrative purposes only. As of July 1, 2017 this Office will be an independent department.



Transfer of Services

1. Transfer of Office of Public Accountability

2,374,111

7

2,795,730



Add funding and regular authority for seven positions and

funding in various expense accounts. The Office of Public

Accountability function was previously budgeted within the

Office of the City Administrative Officer for administrative

purposes only. The Department of Water and Power will fully

reimburse the Department for all costs. Administrative support

services for the Office of Public Accountability will be provided

by the City Clerk. See related Office of the City Administrative

Officer and City Clerk items. Related costs consist of employee

benefits.



SG: $1,140,701

EX: $1,233,410

Related Costs: $421,619

Program Changes

Direct Cost

Positions

Total Cost

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special

TOTAL Public Accountability and Ratepayer Advocate

2,374,111

7

2016-17 Program Budget

-

-

Changes in Salaries, Expense, Equipment, and Special



2,374,111

7

2017-18 PROGRAM BUDGET



2,374,111

7

488


2015-16

2016-17

2016-17

2017-18

Actual

Adopted

Estimated

Program/Code/Description

Contract

Expenditures

Budget

Expenditures

Amount

Public Accountability and Ratepayer Advocate- AK1101

$

-



                  

$

-



                  

$

-



                  

1. Lease and maintenance of photocopiers............................................................

$

2,000


           

-

                  



-

                  

-

                  



2. Support for monitoring and reporting on 2016 utility rate ordinance...................

400,000


       

-

                  



-

                  

-

                  



3. Support for 2018 utility rate update and metrics review......................................

400,000


       

-

                  



-

                  

-

                  



4. Support for community outreach by the OPA......................................................

50,000


         

-

                  



-

                  

-

                  



5. Undesignated......................................................................................................

332,200


       

$

-



                  

$

-



                  

$

-



                  

Office of Public Accountability Total

$

1,184,200



    

$

-



                  

$

-



                  

$

-



                  

TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES ACCOUNT

$

1,184,200



    

*Prior to July 1, 2017 Office of Public Accountability was a program in the City Administrative Officer (CAO) budget. Please see CAO for prior year numbers.



PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY

DETAIL OF CONTRACTUAL SERVICES ACCOUNT

489


PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY

TRAVEL AUTHORITY

2016-17

Auth.

Trip Category

2017-18

Auth.

Amount

No.

Trip-Location-Date

Amount

No.

A.

Conventions

$

-

             



-

       


1.

None


$

-

             



-

       


$

-

             



-

       


TOTAL CONVENTION TRAVEL

$

-



             

-

       



B.

Business

$

-



             

-

2.



Office of Public Accountability - Undesignated

$

10,000



   

TBD


$

-

             



-

       


TOTAL BUSINESS TRAVEL

$

10,000



   

-

       



$

-

             



-

       


TOTAL TRAVEL EXPENSE ACCOUNT

$

10,000



   

-

       



*Prior to July 1, 2017 Office of Public Accountability was a program in the City Administrative Officer (CAO) budget. Please see 

CAO for prior year numbers.

490


Position Counts

2016-17


Change

2017-18


Code

Title


2017-18 Salary Range and Annual

Salary


Public Accountability

GENERAL


Regular Positions

-

1



1

0748


Executive Director, Office of Public

Accountability

9567

(199,758 - 292,069)



-

1

1



1117-3

Executive Administrative Assistant III

3031

(63,287 - 92,519)



-

1

1



1681-1

Utility Rates and Policy Specialist I

4883

(101,957 - 149,020)



-

2

2



1681-2

Utility Rates and Policy Specialist II

5137

(107,260 - 156,808)



-

2

2



1681-3

Utility Rates and Policy Specialist III

5866

(122,482 - 179,066)



-

7

7



Regular Positions

Total

7

491



BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

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

$18,054,427

90

6

$13,472,406 74.6%



43

2

$4,582,021 25.4%



47

4

2017-18 Proposed

$19,553,079

94

6



$15,050,265 77.0%

47

1



$4,502,814 23.0%

47

5



Change from Prior Year

$1,498,652

4

-

$1,577,859

4

(1)

($79,207)

-

1

2017-18 FUNDING DISTRIBUTION BY PROGRAM

MAIN BUDGET ITEMS

Funding

Positions

*

Graffiti Abatement Funding Increase



$2,000,000

-

*



Petroleum Administration

$301,089


4

492


Board of Public Works

EXPENDITURES AND APPROPRIATIONS

Salaries

Total Salaries

8,218,859

298,873


8,517,732

Salaries General

8,208,512

218,873


8,427,385

Salaries, As-Needed

-

80,000


80,000

Overtime General

10,347

-

10,347



Expense

Total Expense

9,835,568

1,199,779

11,035,347

Printing and Binding

23,476

-

23,476



Contractual Services

9,545,871

1,175,000

10,720,871

Transportation

2,000


-

2,000


Office and Administrative 

87,221


24,779

112,000


Operating Supplies 

177,000


-

177,000


Adopted

Total


Total

Budget


Budget

Budget


2016-17

Changes


2017-18

Total Board of Public Works

18,054,427

1,498,652

19,553,079

Recapitulation of Changes

Adopted


Total

Total


Budget

Budget


Budget

2016-17


Changes

2017-18


SOURCES OF FUNDS

General Fund

13,472,406

1,577,859

15,050,265

Solid Waste Resources Revenue Fund (Sch. 2)

320,279

(28,152)


292,127

Special Gas Tax Improvement Fund (Sch. 5)

317,867

(28,492)


289,375

Stormwater Pollution Abatement Fund (Sch. 7)

97,475

(9,215)


88,260

Sewer Operations & Maintenance Fund (Sch. 14)

1,872,802

(31,312)


1,841,490

Sewer Capital Fund (Sch. 14)

1,075,602

(107,436)

968,166

Street Lighting Maintenance Assessment Fund (Sch. 19)



308,256

(5,919)


302,337

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

100,000

-

100,000



Proposition C Anti-Gridlock Transit Fund (Sch. 27)

145,524


(15,154)

130,370


Citywide Recycling Trust Fund (Sch. 32)

110,778


(1,236)

109,542


Sidewalk Repair Fund (Sch. 51)

233,438


85,601

319,039


Measure M Local Return Fund (Sch. 52)

-

62,108



62,108

Total Funds

18,054,427

1,498,652

19,553,079

Percentage Change

8.30%

Positions



90

4

94



493

Board of Public Works

Obligatory Changes

1. 2016-17 Employee Compensation Adjustment

30,553

-

39,615



Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: $9,062

SG: $30,553

2. 2017-18 Employee Compensation Adjustment

2,733

-

3,544



Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: $811

SG: $2,733

3. Change in Number of Working Days

(31,212)

-

(40,469)



Reduce funding to reflect one fewer working day. Related

costs consist of employee benefits.



Related Costs: ($9,257)

SG: ($31,212)

4. Full Funding for Partially Financed Positions

403,935

-

523,096



Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: $119,161

SG: $403,935

5. Salary Step and Turnover Effect

(203,135)

-

(263,386)



Related costs consist of employee benefits.

Related Costs: ($60,251)

SG: ($203,135)

Deletion of One-Time Services

6. Deletion of One-Time Expense Funding

(805,221)

-

(805,221)



Delete one-time expense funding.

EX: ($805,221)

7. Deletion of Funding for Resolution Authorities

(424,487)

-

(628,406)



Delete funding for six resolution authority positions.

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. 

Six positions are continued: 

Sidewalk Repair Program (Four positions)

Administrative Support (One position)

Petroleum Administrator (One position)



Related Costs: ($203,919)

SG: ($424,487)

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