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AG 13-064RETURN TO: EXT: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM 1. ORIGINATING DEPT./DIV: 2. ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON: ��,� �(�'a� i EXT: 3. DATE REQ. BY:_ 4. TYPE OF DOCUMENT (CHECK ONE): ❑ CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT (E.G., RFB, RFP, RFQ} ❑ PiJBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT � PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT � GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES / CDBG ❑ REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT �E.G. BONDRELATEDDOCUMENTS) � ORDINANCE ❑ CONTRACT AMENDMENT (AG#): � OTHER PROJECT ] ❑ RESOLUTION 0 INTERLOCAL b. NAME OF CONTRACTOR: ADDRESS: E-MAIL: SIGNATURE NAME: _TELEPHONE FAX: TITLE 7. EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS: ❑ sCOPE, WORK OR SERVICES ❑ COMPENSATION � INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS/CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBTI'S ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRAC'T/AMENDMENTS 8. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE: COMPLETION DATE: S I�J (� ZC� i �9 9. 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CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING ❑ SENT TO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR DATE SENT: DATE REC'D: � ATTACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE, LICENSES, EXHIBITS ❑ LAW DEPARTMENT 1�1 SIGNATORY (1vtAYOx oR DI�Ta$) ❑ CITY CLERK �ASSIGNED AG# � SIGNED COPY RETURNED COMMENTS: INITIAL / DATE SIGNED --- _ �r . ���1�. _ � ' ��i 1/9 Taward �af�ty & J�stice I Il: Seaitle-King County Response t� Domestic �'iolence _ _ M�iYI01�.4�CJ(IM (aF UNDER5TA1�ll1iYG Cr�ordanati�n tirrot�gb Cv-lveation af ��"¢lnny Prvsec�ter �roject The �ity of S�at�l� Human Scrvic�s Departme�t, llamestic Violence and Sexu�i Assault Preventic�n LTnit enters into a Memurandu��a of Und�r'st�nding ("i'v1�U") �s a'coll�bc�rativc partner with the fallc�w�ng agencies: King Gounty �r�secuting Attorney's C3ffice, City of Algana, Atiburn City At�c�rney's flffice, City of Burien, City o� I7es Moines, r'ederal 'V4ray C:ity �.ttarney's 4f�ic�, City o#'Narth Bend, Renton City Attorney's O�cer Gity ofTukwita, and the SeaTac Gity Attarney's Of�"ice. The above r�enti+�ned partner a�encies haue cazne tc�geiher to �allaborate a�d ct�mplete an applic�tion fr�t` t.�.e Fiscal Year 2Ol 3 Oifice of Violence Against l�Vonnen Grant to Encourage Atrest Polieies a�d Enf"arcemeni flf Protection C.�rders Program �"'Arrest Yragrar�"). The agencies have agreet� to enter into a collaborative agreernent in which the City of Sea�tie Human `5ervices Department is the lead agenoy and narned �pplicant and the other ageneies will be partners ir� this a�plication. These agencies desire co �nter into a Memorandum oi t9nderstaz�ding setting forth the services to 'be provid�d �ay tk�e collab�ara#ive. T'h� application prepared and approved by the collaborative is to be submitted to ihe Office on \iiolence A�ainst Wamen {"0VW") on or befvre March 25, 2013. ' I. Description nf Partner Agencies The C'it,yy� of �eattle, Hurr�an Services �epartment, Domesti� I�iolence 8c S'exr�al Assatalt Frevention Lln�t �vorks acr�ss ail C;ity departments to coordinate Scattle's respons� ta ciomestic violence, and is the Arrest �'rogram appiicant. I�he City of Seattle Hltman Services 17ePartrnent ' I�VSAA is a lead ag�ncy on regional effarEs to address victim safety and offender accountability, zmprave eoorrlinaiion across systems, and support comrnunity-based agencies as service prouiders. King Coa�nty Prr�secuting Attc�rne}a's Uffr`ee, Uomestic Yi�lence Unit, established in 2000, prosecutes misdemeanar damestic violence cases in unincorporated King County-and all fetany damestic vialence cases in the county as weli as coordinates the county's protection orders fox domestie violence vi�tims. The DV Unit also stafts a regianat domestic violence t�sk force, the Domestic ViolenC� Initiative, led by tkie eleeted King Co�anty 1'roseeiatar anci head of the Kin� County Coalition Against Domestic Vialence to find practical solutions to irnprove domestic violence respon��. TI7@ Cl% Df Algvna contracts with ihe Wa11s Law �'irm, PLLC ta provide prosecution of tnisdemeanor domestic violence cases. `I�he City of�Al�ona coordinates with King Cuunty and ather a�;encies with re�ards to repea# off�nders. Th.e prosecutor's office works with #he pnlice Scattle-King County 20I3 Arrcst Pra�rum Application Mers�orandum of Understattdi�� / 1 `i'c��uar�{ SaP�ty Rc 3��stir..e �t11�S�:attl�-Kin��f:oi�nYy Respc�n�e tn L3ornestic �'inlence � departna�ni in identif}!in� r�peat o�'fenders; assisting with outsfanding warr�nts an.d witness n�tification. �iul�ttrn Cfty �ttarne,�'s O,ffrce prosecutes rzxisci�tam�anor daznestic vialence cases in tYte City of Auburn, and �oordina2es with King Cr�untv anr� Qther agencies ��ith regaxd to repeat offenders. Tvgctlaer with thc City of Aubum P�lice Dep�rtment's V ictim 5uppart "I`eam, the Auburn City Attarney's Qf�ce works to enhance the domestic viaie�ac� services available to vicfims. Through tl�is pro�;rann, t�z.m mcmbers hcip damestic vinlence victim� deveiop personal safety plans, refer victims to athcr resourcc t�ctwork�, and help victinr�s obtain protecti,ve orders. 7'he City of Auburn also has a Dotnesiic ViQience Task F�orce that rneets monthly, Thc CitJ✓ of�.8uri�n eontraets with a priv�te l�w firm to provide prosecutic�n services including the prosecution of a1I rnisdemean�or donlestic;�rinlence �cases, and co4rdinat�s writ.h King County and othex agencies regarding crassover cases. The City of 8urien has a'large Hispanic population anil provi�ics bi-iin��aal domestic �violence adv�cacy services throu�h a City-funded viatim assistant. The prosecutor and the domestic violence victim assistant woxk cio�ely to enhance communicatiQn with vict�ms and keep them informed about case status. The victim assistant aiso assists viciims by prcaviding a safety p1an, referrals to other agency resourees, and infflrn�a,atic�n concerning �rotection c�r�3ers. 1fi�c �ity vfDes �Cair�es prasecut�s misdemeanor dnmestic vinlence cases and coQrdinates with King County and other agencies r�ith regards to repeat offenders. `rhe prosecutor's office works with the palice department in identifying repeat offenders, assisting with outstanding warrants and witness nati.fication. Thc City c�f �Jes IVloines Polic�e Departmeni uses specialified DV fot(ow up invEStigat�rs. They aiso engage in annual recurr�nt trair�ing for patrt�l nflicers, and en�age in r�gular d�mestic violence warrant sweeps, Federa7 t�ay C'ity Attot•ney's C?Jfice has a history of ��orkin� �n dornestie violenc� issues. In l9$� ihe City became invoived with the Domestic Violence Community Cflordinated Rssponse "I"cam ("f;CR"} for the South King County area. 'i'he CCR established damestic violence advocates/Iiaisons within the legal department in 1998. A full-time prasecutor dedicated strictiy to domestic violence was authorized in 2006. Additzonally, the City Cauncil enacted a se�ttcncing �nhanccm�nt for strttn�ulatian during t�ie cummission of domestic violence crime, �vhich has subsequentiy been �dopted by the State. The City Council also enhanced sentencing fbr committing domestic violence in the presence of children. The Ciry af �or�h Bend contracts with the Walls Law �irm, PLLC t� provide prasecution of misdemeanar damestic violence cases. Police services are contracted to the King County Sherif£'s Of�ec. Thc City af North Bend coordinates yvith King Cou�ty and other a�encies with regards to repeat offendexs and those cases of multiple jurisdiction. The Git}� nf North Bend employs a Damestic Violence Victim Advocate to assist the victirn during the criminal justice process and provide referrals to appropriat� community based aaencies. 1?entvn C`iry �f ttnrney's UfficE3 prc�secut�s misdemeanor donaestie uiolence cases and coordinates witii Kit�g Couiity and other agetacies �vith regarc�s to repeat ofi'cnders. Thc prosecutor's offica works with tihe poliee departrnent in identif}�ing repeat offenders, assisting with ai2tstanding Seattfe-King County 2U13 Arrest �'rc�gram Applicatian � Me�norancium of Uncler�ta�rdir�a I 2 Toward Saf.ety & Justice lil: Seattle-Kin� CUi3ntv Ftesp�nsz to Ijom�stic Violence __ ___�.__ warra�its and rvitness notification. The City of Renton Police Departrnent's Domestic Violence Victim Advc�c�zte assisis in helpin� domestic violence victims devel�p a pers4nal safety �lan, refers t4 community based damestic violence programs and other resot�rces, �ssists with proteetive ord�rs, and assisks th� viCtim during the court process. Tl�e> �ity af Renton has a Llamestic Vinle�ce Task F�ree. The deputy pros�cutors �ttend the U�omestie Viplence 7ask �or�e rnee2ings �nd atte�nd bri�iil�gs on the topic ofdornestic violence. �xe Caty of Tukwila prosecutes misdemeanor damestic wiol�nce cases and coordinates with �ing Couniy and oEhex agencies ��vith z��;ards to repeat c��'fenders. Th� proseeutor's offxce wt�rks with the palice department in identifyin� r�p�at off�nders, a�$istin� with outstanding warrants anc� witr�es� not�ficatinn. The Gity of TuicwiIa Police Depart3nent's Dom�;stic Violenc� Victim hc�vocate assists in helping domestic r;�iolence victims cievelop a persanal safety pian, refers to community based domestic violence prvgrams and other resources, assists v�fith protective orders, and assists the victim during the cuurt prcx;ess. Sea7'ac CityAttorney's O�ce pr�secuie� misderneanor dt�mestie violence cases and coorclinates rrrith Ki�g County and ot�er agencies with regards to repeat of#'enders. The gros�;cutor's af�"ice. works with the police department in id�ntifyin�, repea# offez�ders, assistin� with outstanding vvarrants and witness notification. The City of SeaTac cantracts with the King County �heri#f''s f)ffice to prnvide �alice servi�es: The City of SeaTac emplays a DomeStic Vialence Advocate and the City Attorn�y coordinaies with the Dnmestic V iolence wictirn advocate to si�ceessfirlly pr�secute dornestic violence �ases with the �oa3 0� �ictim saf'ety. Ii. Project Summary 7'his Mennoxandurr► of Understanclin� represents a collaboration to stren�th�n and enhance safety for victirr�s of domestic violence t�y coordinating d.omestic violence prosecutions in I�ing County thrvu�h vigarnus case dev�lc�pment, intormation sharing, plea negc�#iation�, and case prosecution. A deputy prosecutin� attornsy tiom the Domestic Violence Unil of the King County Prosecutor's dffice conducts case reviews ofrnisdemeanor filangs to rewiew for potential felony �iling and assists in the coordinat�on of th�se cases which aze being prosecuted in more than one court. This is a continuation nFa project currentty funcied thrc�c��h a FY201 I OVW Arrest �rogram grant awarded to the City of Seattle. 'Tt�e �xisting proje�t ha� been so successful that five additional smaller jurisdictians have requested to become gartner agencies under the FY2013 application_ III. Histary af Coltaboration Far more than 1Q years, the City of Seattle, Human Services Department, Domestic �ioltnce and S�xual Assault Preventian Unit has beEn warking cc�llabaratively with the King Lounty �'rosecuting Attorney's Office. Likewise, the King County Prnsecuting Attorney's Uf�ce has partnered with the cities of Algona, Auburn, Burien, I�es Moines, I�ederal Way, North B�nd, Rent�n, Tukwila and S�aTac. These agencies also have ex�tensive histories of' working together as vaell on � v�-iety of projects rel�teci to �iomesiic viol�nc;e and other crirae:s in King C�umy. - -- -- Scattfe-King G+�unty 2413 Arrest Prograrn Application Memorandum of Understandins! 3 Toward Safeiv & Justice 1E[: Seattle-fCSn�, Cannty Response to n�rnestic Violence The Kin� Cout�tv Prasecuting Attornev'� O�iice coordiY-�ates a county-wide Domestic Vini�nce Ii;iiiative. T'he goa� of the Domestic Vialence Initi�tive Regional "i"ask Force (DV'I) is to cteliver �ractica� in��roveme�ts ta the rcgi+nn's le�al and "systems-res}�onse" to domestic viole�ce. The DVI is infor�ned by a xcgionai discussion abou� priorities for dorziestic vio�et�ce. All �roject �art�3er �gencies are x�tembers in the DVI. Since the format'son vf I�VI in Uctaber af 2009, th�re have been several successftil p�rojects. For exarnpl�, the DVI brought together ali participants in King County's Prot�ction prder s�st�m to �nd wavs ta iniprov�-�fficie�tcy a�d i:nvalven�ent of all parties, frazn courts ttr petitioner to law eniarcement and data operators. 'I4he resuit was a checklist praject which has amproved all aspects ni the pratect�on order syst�my and become a staEe N+ide mt�det £or how to �es�aond to �lifFculti�s i�i the crit�cal parotecti�n oa-dcr process. Th� City of Auburn collaborates with King County on a number of initia�ives. First, �ity of Auburn representat���s work with the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Officc on training for prosecution and iaw erzfarcement county-wide. These trainin�s promote understanclin� of county and municipal pol'zci�s and protocc�ls regarding damestic viotence cases. An example of this �xas in 2�06 when the Gity af Auburn presented with King Caunty at a confercncc on "Nctworking and Information-Sharin� an DV cases in Kin� Caunty." Th� City of Auburn also eollaborates with King County on the imiplerncntation af STO�' Grant activitfes. t� representative from the City of Aul�urn sits on the �A�WA STOP Crant Prosecution Advisory �oard, wl�ich determincs caunty-wide STOP Grant activities related to the education �of prosecutarS, victim assistants and the cammunity about dnmesiic vi�lence. The City of I3urien coardinates with King �nunty criininal justice agenczes with regard to domestic vialence cases. Burien has spent the last Fe�v }�ears incxeasing their collabc�ration with the King County Prcrsecu#ing Attarney's C)#'fice due to the signifieant inercase in dom�cstic violence case� idliowing the anz�e:catian of a region north of thc� ciEy. The City of I'ederal VVay works coliaboratively with King County`I'rosccuting Attorncy's Officc. Tl�is ca�lab�aration began in 2U05 and included cross trainin� l�etween the twa jurisdictions on the zssne of strangulation, passag� of an assauit hy strangulatian municipal code; and caordinated efforts to raise awacepe�s of the issue of stran�;ulatic�n. T'he �ity o£F�:dcral Way was a kcy parmer with King Caunty an the creation and passage of the feiony assault by strangulativn statute in Washington. �'}ae City of Federal Way has atso collaborated with King County in multiple trainin�s to prol�ote und�rstanding of each agencies policies and protocols on domcstic violence. T%e Gity af Rcnton sirt�ilarl3� has a7ong history of colla.borating with I�ing County Prosecuting Attomey's C?ffice. �pecificaIly, the City of Renton callabarates with King County on implem�enta#ion af S`TOP Urant activities. T'w� representatives frorn Renta� are mernbers on tAe VAWA S�fOP Grant advisot�r baard. One of the main initiatives of t�is advisory board has bcen the ereation �f county-wide standardiaed re�rting forms for domestic violence cases. In addition to numerous in-kir�d contribution� each year for S'1'0�' Grant acti�ities, the City of Renton has paiei iur the Spanistr tran�lation uf tlie Doi�lestic Violence Infoi7nation and �2esouroe Guide, which is currently used by 17 potice agencies in Kin�; Cr�unty. Seattte-King County 20l 3 Arrest Pro�ram Applicatio�i Memorandum of Understanding 14 'Caward Safety +b`c Justice 11}: Seattle-Kin� (:aunty Response to IJaTnestic Violence _ ____._ The City oFTukwila en�ages in muliiple e�llaborat�ons r�Iated to dorn�stic violence. �rom 7007 to 2011 they en�;�ged in a DV an� Chi�dren Project, which was a collaboration betwL�en Tukwila �aolice and key cor�munity stakeholders: The City af Tukwita also aper�tec� a L7V task fnrce from 1991-2(l09 and n;ow participates anci provides baard leadership �or the Snuth King County Cgmmunity Network'. As �ers wit� �ommunity �ervice providers, thc Ciiy leatis and particip�tes in � Stop D� Walkathon and pra�ides iunding to lacal camnzunity k��se.d i�V ager�eies thro�gh city funds. The City of �eaTac poiice ci�partment a�c� �rosecutor°s office participate in regional dot�estic violence task forces, and have heiped icaci the effr�rt togethex with community base� p�rtners to standardize U�I' uisa reviews amang ail King �ounty poiice ageneies. Further, they have also hetpcd lead the effort to irn�m�e the respQnse to protectian orders in King County through a regional �ask forGe. 'I'hey have also been involved in the south I�ing County domestic violence w�lk a thon, started by their jurisdicti4n, and participale in the s�etial ernphasis teams and task forces relat�ci to human tra#'fieking including da�nestic violence. Throu�h these collaborative reiationships, the project partner ag�ncies, vwith �;ity of Seattle taking the leaci on writin� the apglicaiiaix, are well prep�red to respand to the FY'13 Arrest Gr�rnt. This praject was design�d to address needs in our community that the criminai justice partners have identitied. :IV. Deveiopme�t �i the Appiication Th� City af Seattie's Dornestic Violence and �exual Assaul# Pr�v�ntion L1nit together with the King County Prosecuting AttUrney's Ofi'tce t�ok tl�e lead in facilitating the dcvelapment of the written prc�pc�sal. Discussions vvith praject partner ageneies were conduct�d via inclividual telephone calis and email, Project parkz�er agencies provided the following assistance in developing the ap�lication: • King CQUnty Prnsecuting Attorney's Office— participated in preparat�ry discussions to develop the project idea; coordinated sontact and discussion with municipal ciiy attorney's offices and concracted law firms; provided material far the project narrative anc� budget; reviewed and edit�d drafi� of the project narrative and firmly cammitted to support the project. • City of Algona - participated in preparatory discussions to develop the praject idea and firmly cammitted ta support the project. • Aubw°n City Attorney's EQ�ffice - participated in preparatory discussions t� dcvclop the proi�ct idea and firmly committed to suppnrt th�e project. • City of Burien - parcicipated in pr�paratory discussians to devel�p Che project idea and firmly �;ummitted tu su��ut�t the pi-aject. + City of Ue� Moines - participated in preparatory discussions to develop the pr�je�t idea and itrrr�ly Gommitted to support the project. • Fedezal Way City Attorney's Office - participated in preparatory discussions to develop the �roject iclea and firmly ccarnmitted ta support the project. • City afNorth B�nd - participated in preparatpry discussions to cievelop the projsct idea and #irxr�.ly commitCed to support the praject. _. ___ Seattic-King Goi�nty 20 i 3 Arrest Program Applic�ttion Memorandum of Understanding /� ?'oward Safet}� &� 1�stice I11: Seattle-Kin� Co�►nty Respanse. to Domestic Violenr.e + Renton City Attarney's t)ffice - participated in prepar�tflry discussions tc� develc�p the project idea and firtnly cammitted to sup�ort the prt�ject. � C;ity c>f Tuk��ita - participate�l iii �r�evaratifry discussiotis to cl�velo� tla�e pr+�ject idea and �'irmlv cammitted to suppc�ri ihc projeck. + City t�f SeaTac - pariicipated iza preparatory discussions to develop the project idea and �rmly comrnitted to supporz the project. T'h�s� discussions, %edback provid�ed by the coll�boratprs, �nd their suppart led tu thc developrnent nf Che proposed praject as refle�ted in the propasal narrative and agreed to in ihis Memoranduxn of Understanriin�. V, Roles anc� Responsibiiities The TCin� County Proseci:7ting Attc�rzaey's [?ffice wift be resp�nsible for the following duties and. responsibiiities: 1. Superr�ise a half time Dept�ty Prose�uting AttorneY in tlxe Criminal Divisian to en�ag� in fiting review of dornestic violence cases from the cities of Algona, Auburn, B�irien, Des ivtoines, Federal Way, North Rend, Renton, Tukwiia anci SeaTac,'This Deputy Frosecutin� Attorney will be based out of the King Cotknty Regional Justice Center in south King County, and witl spend regularly sc�eduled time each week at the nine partner agencies and will share information eleetronically �n a�ia�ily basis. 2. Provide assistance tQ the nine city attorney's offices for the followin� pur�oses: a� Assist and advise in the screenir�g of domestic vic�lence cases from the cities of Al�ona, Auburn, Burien, Des Maines, �ederal Way, Nc�ri� Bencl, Renlozi, T"ukwila, and SeaT'ac, and, if appro�riate, steer potential felony and crossover c�.ses to the Domestic Wiolence unii �f the I�ing County Prosecuior's nffice. Rush fi,le felony cases where required. b. Caordinate and assist in the staf�in� and early plea negotiations of crossovex domestic violence cases between #he Algona, Auburn, Burien, Des Moines, Federal` UJay, �enton, Tuk�vila, and SeaTac att�rney's offices and the Dozzaes�ic Vic�len�� unit of the K'tng Caunty �'rasecutt�r's O�fxce to �c�era�e and improve case dispositions. c. Serve in the rote of`felony' dotnestic violence a�ivzsor arz�l pruvi�le �;ase spe�ific ad�iee and assistance c�n all manner of dotnestic violence prosecutions. d. Advise anti �ssist �uith the deve'lopment and aperatian of high impaci and serial domestic vioien�e oi'fender prosecutian in crc�ssc�ver cases. e. Pravide specialized domestic vialence related training on felony prosecution and filing and d'zsposition star�dards to attorneys in the three city attorney's offices. f. Gir�e �other unspecified tiomestic ��iolenve re:Iatwcl le�ul a��istarice as required at�d agreed to by both agencies. 3� Gonvene and facilxtate any meetings related to this project. �. Attend quarterly meetings of the grant implementation team, �. Pror�ide data ft�r semi-annual progress ieports. as mutually agreed upon, and as r�c�uired by t��e llepartment oi Justice for this grant. Citv of Al�r�na will he re5�c�nsihle for the following dutzes and responsibitities: SeatNe-King C.r�unty LO i 3 Arrest C���grarn Applicatian Memorandum af Understanding / G "To�vard Safi�ty & lusticzlli: 4eattiz-King Counry F�espoz�se to [�om�stic Yiatc:nc.z I. F�ssi�n a lead prosecutor to wark with the I.�eputy �'rosecuting Attomey. 2. Prowide adequate wark spa�ce far th� Dcput}� Prosecuting Attc�rne�+ to ptrCUrzr► ilie; functions identi�e<l above; ancUor agree to submit cases for re��iew via electronic C O tlllilt1111Cc1t1 i3�TI5. 3. t`ittend quarterly rne�tin�s af t�e grant iznplements�tiun ►e�zn. �l, Provicie dat� for semi-annual progr�ss repur#s duc to the Dep�rtment of 3ustice for this grant: �u�iurn �City Att�mey's Offi�e wiil be resp�nsible for the following duti�s and re�ponsibitities: l. Assign a�ead prasecutor to work with the Deputy Prnsecutin� �ttamey. 2. Pro��ide adequat� w�rk spac;e fbr t�e Deputy Prosecutin� Attorn�y in its of!'icc:s iti tl�c; Auhurn (:ity I-iali or.Auhurn Justice Center to perform tl�e functions identitied above; andJor agree to subrnit cases far review via electxonic co�nmunications. 3. 1-'�ttend quarteriy meeti.ngs C�f'the grani implernentation tearrr. �t. Provide data i4r s��i-annuai progr�ss r�ports ciue t� the T�epar��zent of Ju�tice ft�r this .grar►t. City o�IIurien will be respc>�sibl� for th�; followin� duties and responsibilities: l. Assi�n a lead prosecutor ta wnrk rvith the Deputy Prosecuting At#orney. 2. Provide adequ�te work space far the Deputy Pr�secuc'►n� Atturciey tu perfor��z the functions identified above; and/or abr�e to submif cases for review via electronic comrnunicatira�s. 3. Atte�ld quark�*rly rneetings of the grant implemen�atiUn l�arri, �. Provide data for semi-annual progress reports due to th� Department of Jusiice for this grarzt. City ofDes Moi�e� wilI be responsible for the fUi{�wing duties and respansibilities; t. Assign a lead prasecutor to work �rith the Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. 2. Provide adequate work space for ihe Depu�y Prc�secutzn� Atic�rn�y in the D�s Mai��es City Hall or Des luis�ines �'Iunicipal Court to perf�rm th� functians identi�ed above; and/or agree ta sub�ni�t cases tor revie�v via el�ctranic carnmunic�tions. 3. Attend quarterly rneetings of the grant implementatic�n team. 4. Provid� data for semi-annuat progress repvxts due tta the Department of Justice for this grant. Federai Way City Attamey's Office will be responsible for the following duties anc� xespansibili#ies: 1. �ssign a lead �rosecutor to work with the :Deputy Proseculin� rlll�rnwy. 2. Provide adequ�te work space for th� llepuiy PrU�ecuti�g Attorr�ey in its offie�s ►n t�te Federa� Way City Hall ox Justice Center to perform the functions identified a�ove; and/or agree io submit c�ases for review via el�.c�ruczic; cornsifuEiicatioc�s. 3: AtCend quarterly rneetings of the grant impiemenfation team. 4. Provide data for semi-annual progress reparts ciue to the Department of Justice for this grant. Gity flf I�lorth Benc� vvili `be cespo:nsib�e f�x ttze follc�wing dutie� a��d respansibiliii�:s; Seattle-King Gounry ?Ol3 Arrrest Progr�m Applicati�n �� ��� Memnrandum of tJnd2rsianding / 7 Tow�rd Safety R: Justice :I11: Seatt{e-Kin� Gounty �espanse ta [}ornestic Violence l, Assign a.Ec�d prosecutor to w�rk with the D�eputy Prosecuting Attorney. 2. Provide adequate �var�; space for the Deputy Prosecutin� Attorney to perform the functions iderstified above; a�dJor a�ree to submit cases for revisw via eiectronic conar�azznicat�on�. 3. Attend quartexly rneeiings of the grant �mple�nentation team. 4. Pravid� data �'or semi-annuai pxo�ress reports due to the Department of 3ustice for this �rant, R�nton City Attorx�ey's Office will be responsible for the foll�wing duties and responsibilities: 1. Elssig,n;a lead pro�ecutor to wor�C with tl�e Deputy Frosecuting �lttorney. 2. Provide adequate work spaee for th.e l�eputy �'rosecuting Attorney in its offices in xhe Renton Cit� �Iatl or Justice Center to perforrr� the functions identified abovs; an�3/or agree ta submit cas�s fox rcview v�a electronic conYmunications. 3. Atiencl quart�rly n�eei�ngs ofthe grant in�plementation team. 4. Pxovide data for semi-�nnua! pro�ress report� due to the Department of Justice for th�s grant. City of Tuk�vila vvill be responsible for the follovvin�; cluties and responsibilities: l. Assign � lead pr�secutor to work with the I�eputy Prosecuting Attorney, 2. Provide adeq�,iate work space for the De�uty Prosec�ating Attozney to perform the functior�s identified above; andlar agree to su�rnit cases for review via eiectronic cornmunications. 3. Attend quart�rly zneetings of the grant itziplementati:on team. 4. Provide data far semi-annuai �ro�;ress re�orts due to th� Departm.ent of Justice i'or<this grant. SeaTac City Attomey's Office will be respvr�sible for the following duties and responsibilities; l. tlssign a lead prosecutor ta �rork with Che I�eputy Prosecuting Afitarrzey. 2. Provide adequate work space for the De�uty Prc�secutin� Attc�rney in its u:ffices in the SEaTac City Hall 3o perforrn the fua�ctions identifed above, andJar agree to submit cas+es for re�iew via electror�ic communications. 3. r'lttend quarterly r�ee#ings af the �rant implementation team. 4. Frovide data for s+erni-annual pro�ress reports due to the Department of Justice for this grani. The Cit� of Seattle, I--Iuman Services Department, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Pre��e��tian Unit wiil be responsible fax t�c folin�in� duties �nnd responsibilities: t. Contract with King County Frosecutin� Attorne;y's Office for the part-time D�puty Prosecuting Attorney's sal'ary, benefits and other expenses per the project budget; 2. Convene and facilitate the quarterly m;eetings ofthe grani implementation team; 3. Submit all required reports, records, and fmancial audits to the Department ot� Justice; 4, .Provide all required copies of publications and materials produced under fhis �;rant #o the Department af Justice; �r►d �. Negotiate anp n�cessary extensinns or arnendnients ti��ith the I)epartment c�F3ustice. Seattle-King Gounty 2t?13 Arrest Pruaram App}�«ti�� Mcnjnrandum of U►iderst�nding / 8 _To�ard Safety & J«stice I(1: Seattle;-King C�t�nty Resp�nse To (.?acnestic Violence_ �� � Th� rol�s anc� responsibilities describeci ab�ve are cc�ntingent on City of Se�ttle I-�SD receivin� funds re�quested for the project described in flae OV W grant applicacion. �tespansibilities under this Merraoranduxn of Undcrstanding would coincidc with thc grant ,periad, antieipated to �e Sepxember 1, ?O 13 thrau�h �ugust 3 i,�015. VI. 1'l�n�ing �ntl Deve3opment Teatr� 12ep�esentat�ves vf the planning and development teat�a include: •:Dus#y C)]son, a Fianner with the City of Seattle's Hum�a Servic�s T)epartment; • David Mactin, Seniar Ueputy Prosecuting Attor�ey and Chair of the King County Prasecut�n�, Attorn�y's Of�ce Don��stic Violence Unit; + Cial�rie�le �;harlton, T?eputy Prosecuting Attorney, South King County D� Liaison, King Ct�unty Pmsecuting Attorney's Office Damestic Vialence Unit; +► Renee Walls, Contrac�ed Prosec��tqr, Cities ofA,lgona and Buri�n • Ha�ry Baesche, �'rose�utin� Atfomey, C'ity ofAubum; • `Matthew Hutchins, Prosecutor, City of I7es Moines • Renee Walls, CityY of Buri�n cor�tracted pro�ecutor, + i'aulinc �reund, DV Prosccutor, City nf Fcacrr�l Way • Aaron V�alls; Contracted Pr�secutox, Gities af North �3end and Tukwila +� �har�n �rthur, Chic;f Prosecuting Attc+rney, City ofRenton; and s. �indy Corsill�s, Prosecutor, C;it� of S�a'I`ac These representatives, ar their a�poir�tee3 representative, are respc�nsible for developing and irnp�emenFing the prc�ject activities as tiescribeci in the project narrative. RLpre�entatives will meet imm�diately foilowing award ofthe grant to deterinine project continuatian, expansion strategies and tirneline, and will subsequently m��t at ]east quarteriy to n�onitor graject irnplem:entation. VIl'. A. B. C. D. E. F. fi. H. €. .1. K: Resources Gity af Seattle Huznan Serurces I3egartment will prc�vide a portion of salary and benefits i'or the grani pro�;ram n�anager (Dusty Olson}, prorated ot�ice spac�., and supplies. Kin� Caunty Prt�s�cuting Attt�rney's Uffice will provide o��e spac�, suppii�s, training and supervision for the beputy Proseeuting Att�orney. City of Algt�na �vill provirie adequate work spa�e, as ciescribed abvve. r�,uburn City Atiorney's Office wi11 provide adequate wark space, as described abc�ve. City o# Buri�a will provide ade�uate vlrark space, as describ�d abflve. City of I�es Pvloines �vill provide adeq�aa#e work space, as descr'►bed abo��e. Federai'Way City Attorney's Office will provide adequata vvork space, as described abQVe. City of �Iorth Bend 'will provide,adequate work space, as described above. Renton Gity Attorney's C)f�ee wilI pravide adequate wc�rk space, as described above. City� ofTukwila r��ill provide adequate w�ork space, a� described above. SeaTac City Attorney's �ffi�e wili prc�vicie aciequate wari: space, as clescribed above. Seattle-King Gaun�y 201 � Arrest Pcogram Application ivlemorandum of iJnderstanciing t 9 Toward S�afcty & Justice i1i: Seattle-King County ii`s�onse Ec� Domestic Violence �IIT. Ct�Yii[tiiiltieltt A. There is a firrn con€�mitm�nt'from each af the praiect partner ag�ncies'to achieve tk�e stated praject goals by �vorking together. 'I'h�e collaboratian service area is King County. B. The pattner a�enc;ies ap,l�ee t� cvlIalao��at.e oi� a projec� to improve doanestic vio��ence victims' access to tfi�e criminal le�al systern through prosecutio�z co-location pursuant to t��e program narrative �f the :grant application at#ached to this M�U. C. C;atnpensdtic�n fc�r p�utrzer agei►cies' c�ntribution to tl�is pk�oject vvill be provided as outlined in ihe attac�ed UVW bud�et detail worksheet. T�. A�proval Vde, the under�igned, have read an�i agxee with approve the �rtivn of the proposed bud�et and descri re. �'1/J�L��� Dannette R. Smith, Qirector City �f Seallle T-�unidc� Servic�s D�paa-tanent Date: _ ...._�`�__�-�� �3 aniel B. ead, City .f�.ttoa�nzy City of Aubu r , vate: _���� this MOIJ. Further, ��e have reviewei� and project pertaining to fhe coliaborative eifitrt ��t-�r" —�. Daniel T. Satterberg King Count Prosec 2ing Attorn�y Date: ��t 2° �3 �..E63A MAr+x o rr �[.sa ��� �`�l4,F � � � C;razg Knutson, City A,itarn�y City of Burienf Date: _�! Z �',�/ 3 • _w - _ ��r� i�t�"'� Antlaony A, 'asecki, City �V#�n.a�er Patricia A. Richardson, City :Attorney City of es M in�s City of Federal Way Date: �.��� � Date: _ „a?�DIl3 ,� /".�'�� .... .�,..._.. . ' - .. �,,... i? i �� � ,' ���"A./l-.'�..J� � ��=ts. Larry Warren, City t rney Ci1y of Rernon Date: � 3 ± �� - .�i z Seattle-Kifl� Gounry 20 t 3 Arrest Fxosram Appkcation ;viemorandum of Understanding / i0 0 Toward Safety & 3ustice [TI: Seattle Kin; CQ�tntv Respc�nse ta llom�stic Viplence F�.�h' �',,.�^''-�'�„�_r/'' _.��..�._..:.___�.__�i • .......�. . �p' ., - <r` Mayor I�avid Nill '°''"�c�ndi Lindell, City 1�drninstratc�r City of fi.i��iia City of �a,�l3enci Date: �- 2f � I �„r Date: ��� 0 �f ulc�ila L�'�' ���,�2� ���-� - ,. Sr�ttli:-Kinp County 2013 Arrest Praaram Appiicatian Memarandum of Underst�ndin� / 1 !