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Police Staffing, Scheduling and Deployment Services (720) 685-9550

Periodic Patrol Workload Assessments

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Police Staffing, Scheduling and Deployment Services (720) 685-9550

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Why Measure Demand Regularly?

Patrol commanders are more vigilant than ever as budgets are under extraordinary pressure. Attrition is forcing agencies to meet increasing demand with decreasing numbers of officers.

To adequately plan for evolving community needs and be a proactive police force, you’ll want to regularly measure the demand placed on your patrol officers. This requires more than a staffing study based on a single snapshot of data. Inside each periodic analysis using Deploy, you’ll see the demand placed on each officer, revealing imbalances in the current deployment strategy.

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Providing the Data You Need to Maintain a Balanced Workload

Our exclusive Demand Driven Deployment Platform provides the highly detailed and actionable data necessary to balance workload and improve officer safety.

You’ll benefit from our Deploy Plus™ system, which presents a summary of the average time consumed per officer on different categories during every hour of the week. Additionally, per-officer time can be projected into the future with different patrol schedules or staffing levels. Minor adjustments to start times and overlaps combined with proportional allocation between shifts can result in a more even distribution of the per-officer workload across your entire schedule.

Armed with this unprecedented level of detail, you’ll be able to:

  • Measure obligated and unobligated time per officer at every hour of the week
  • See a summary of time spent on all types of events, including administrative activity
  • Compare and contrast workload in different districts and beats
  • Accurately measure the demand at shift changes
  • Compare two time periods side by side

Using the Deploy™ police staffing web application, you can allocate and schedule officers using the highest quality of supporting data.

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