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Police Quantitative Workload Assessment/Staffing Study

Bid Number: 21/35/P
Status: Open
Close Date: 5/25/2021 3:00 PM
Project Manager:
Deputy Chief Ben Valdez
505.955.5040
Proposal Submission Information:
See Bid/RFP documents for additional submission details.
City of Santa Fe Purchasing Office purchasing@santafenm.gov

Complete a comprehensive quantitative workload assessment to determine staffing requirements

and provide recommendations for restructuring, reducing or adding sworn and civilian positions.

The assessment must have data derived from reviewing the Department’s mission and strategic

priorities, completing interviews of key stakeholders to gain an understanding of the current

community needs, evaluation of current allocation and distribution of resources, and an evaluation

of the current delivery of police services.

Offeror shall have a considerable amount of experience and knowledge in:

 Police resource allocation

 Scheduling shift work for 24 hour / 7 day a week coverage

 Police Community Relations

 Reading and interpreting Computer Aided Dispatch logs/records

 Reading and interpreting Crime Reports and Statistics

 Reading and interpreting Department Policy and State Law

 Police Management and Supervision

The workload assessment must take into account:

 The volume of calls/requests for service received and the amount of time it takes to respond and

complete associated work

 Allocated time of personnel for responding to calls for service, completing paperwork and

administrative tasks

 Unallocated time provided to allow for proactive police activity, crime prevention and community

engagement

 Shift relief factor (i.e. absence due to regular scheduled days off, employee leave, fulfilling

training requirements, employee injury, etc.)

The following organizational units will be evaluated:

Operations Division

o Patrol Section

o Support Operations Section

o Criminal Investigations Section

Administration Division

o Training and Recruiting Unit

o Police Community Relations Unit

o Internal Affairs Unit

o Records Section

o Finance/Budget Section

o Property/Evidence Unit

o Fleet/Property Unit

The Department will make staff available for interviews concerning Department operations and

will make reasonable accommodations to requests made by the Offeror to obtain necessary

organizational information. Data provided to the Offeror may be in raw form or in aggregate

form if available; subject to the Department’s discretion. All compiling, sorting, analyzing, and

production of statistical information needed to complete the workload analysis will be completed

by the Offeror.

Related Documents:
21/35/P [1.7 MB]

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