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AG 15-150 Il RETURN TO: EXT: I CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM 1. ORIGINATING DEPT./DIV: POLICE DEPARTMENT 2. ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON: LYNETTE ALLEN EXT: 6701 3. DATE REQ.BY: APRIL 13,2015 4. TYPE OF DOCUMENT(CHECK ONE): • ❑ CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT(E.G,RFB,RFP,RFQ) ❑ PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT X PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ❑ GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES/CDBG ❑ REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT(E.G.BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) ❑ ORDINANCE ❑ RESOLUTION ❑ CONTRACTAMENDMENT(AG#): ❑ INTERLOCAL ❑ OTHER v 7�\ (w►V— J 5. PROJECT NAME: MOII`SETWEEN THE WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND THE FEDERAL WAY POLICE DEPARTMENT(FWPD) 6. NAME OF CONTRACTOR: , it% Wit it ADDRESS: TELEPHONE E-MAIL: FAX: SIGNATURE NAME: TITLE 7. EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS:❑ SCOPE,WORK OR SERVICES ❑ COMPENSATION ❑ INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS/CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRACT/AMENDMENTS 8. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE: JANUARY 1,2015 COMPLETION DATE: ON-GOING 9. TOTAL COMPENSATION N/A (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX,IF ANY) (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHARGE-ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE:❑YES ❑NO IF YES,MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $ IS SALES TAX OWED ❑YES ❑NO IF YES,$ PAID BY:❑CONTRACTOR❑CITY ❑ PURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE TO: 10. DOCUMENT/CONTRACT REVIEW INITIAL/DATE REVIEWED INITIAL/DATE APPROVED ❑ PROJECT MANAGER At DIRECTOR 1 c/& /s ❑ RISK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) X LAW 3e C, 3171'1/5- 11. COUNCIL APPROVAL(IF APPLICABLE) COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: 12. CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING ❑ SENT TO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR DATE SENT: DATE REC'D: ❑ ATTACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE,LICENSES,EXHIBITS INITIAL/DATE SIGNED ❑ LAW DEPARTMENT ❑ SIGNATORY(MAYOR OR DIRECTOR) ❑ CITY CLERK ASSIGNED AG# AG# SIGNED COPY RETURNED DATE SENT: I, 91 COMMENTS: `t IKAULA- 4r. MOU: WA Department of Health and Law Enforcement Agency ar Memorandum of Understanding I Between the 2015 ch Washington State Department of Health ofmuntty ai office And c�a Health SrtemS fp" Federal Way Police Department This Memorandum of Understanding(henceforth referred to as an "MOU") is established between the Washington State Department of Health (the department) and the Federal Way Police Department to provide the department access to the agency's incident case report data on homicides,suicides, unintentional firearm deaths, deaths of undermined intent, and legal interventions for inclusion in the Washington Violent Death Reporting System (WA-VDRS). WA-DVRS is the state component of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS). The purpose of WA-VDRS and NVDRS is to produce information that helps public health and law enforcement officials understand the extent, cause and circumstances of violent deaths. This information will be used to develop,target and evaluate violence prevention strategies. WA-VDRS collects information on violent deaths from three primary sources: death certificates, medical examiner/coroner(ME/C) records, and law enforcement reports. The Washington State Legislature recognizes that violence in our society causes great concern for the immediate health and safety of our citizens and our social institutions. They find that a public health and public safety approach can be effective in addressing the problem of violence and authorize the department in 43.70.545 RCW to collect and report data relating to acts of violence that result in homicide and suicide. This MOU can be reviewed with thirty(30) days' notice by either party to assess processes and needed changes between the collaborating agencies. This MOU can be terminated by either party with 30 days' notice to the other party. A. The Federal Way Police Department agrees to: 1. Coordinate with the department to establish a process to permit access by the department to incident reports on homicides, suicides, deaths of undetermined intent, unintentional deaths from firearms, and legal interventions investigated by the agency beginning January 1,2015 onwards. 2. Provide incident reports or summaries in an electronic format or paper-based format (circle one)on a quarterly (every three months) basis or before. Electronic records will be transmitted through a secure FTP site maintained by the department. Paper-based records will be abstracted directly by WA-VDRS abstractors or submitted by the agency through a secure, scanned file transfer program into the department's confidential secure file folder. B. The Washington State Department of Health agrees to: 1. Abide by all applicable state laws and regulations pertaining to protection of confidential information. Data transmitted to the NVDRS will be stripped of identifiers prior to transfer. MOU: WA Department of Health and Law Enforcement Agency 2. At least annually, disseminate WA-DVRS data reports,fact sheets and publications to data suppliers,the public, and organizations working to prevent violence. This MOU is contingent on the receipt of funding from the CDC Cooperative Agreement for the National Violent Death Reporting System. In the event sufficient appropriations are not made to support the WA-VDRS,the MOU shall terminate without further obligations of the parties. 7.9Tr"",7i Acicst Cris Signature and Title Date Sl�s Contract Office Date f lQ-p CAL 4.4_ W u /"D 41 C-E -15er , Washington State Department of Health Agency Name Betty Brickl 333.25.- errs Ave -s Contract Specialist Fc-ocs,2.44._ 9,5P45,2,3- Mailing Address 253. d3s • 6 7e / Phone agar.A /� n /� 440d �J Ci17�Ty%6 �.`�J •�h Email Address ✓ :✓ For additional questions or concerns please contact Taylor Schraudner, WA-VDRS Program Manager at 360.236.2875 or email tavlor.schraudner @doh.wa.gov Please mail signed MOU to: Department of Health Community Health Systems Attn: WA-Violent Death Reporting System PO BOX 4753 Olympia, WA 98504-7853 WA-VIOLENT DEATH REPORTING SYSTEM: LAW ENFORCEMENT FILLABLE DATA FORM Police Agency investigating the death: County: Email Address: Today's Date: / / Name of Investigator: Police Case#: #of deaths associated in this incident: #of nonfatal firearm victims in incident: ME/C# VICTIM(S) INFORMATION Last Name: Race: ❑ White ❑ Black ❑ Asian First Name: Middle Name: ❑ Pacific Islander❑ American Indian ❑ Other ❑ Unspecified Hispanic: 00. Not Hispanic Date of Birth: / / 01. Hispanic 09. Unknown Age: Indicate: ❑ min., ❑ days, o months, ❑years Residential Address: Sex: ❑1. Male 02. Female 09. Unknown Transgender: 00. No 01.Yes 09. Unknown City: County: State: Zip Code: Country: Marital Status: 01. Married 02. Never Married 03. Widowed 04. Divorced 05. Married, but separated Alternative Sexual Orientation: 06. Single, not otherwise specified 00. Straight/Heterosexual 0 1. Gay 02. Lesbian 09. Unknown 03. Bisexual 09. Unknown Last Name: Race: ❑ White ❑ Black El Asian First Name: Middle Name: ❑ Pacific Islander❑ American Indian ❑ Other ❑ Unspecified Hispanic: 00. Not Hispanic Date of Birth: Age: Indicate: ❑ mins. , ❑ days, o months, [1]/. Hispanic 09. Unknown o years Residential Address: Sex: ❑1. Male 02. Female 09. Unknown Transgender: 00. No 01. Yes 09. Unknown City: Marital Status: County: Et Married 02. Never Married 03. Widowed State: Zip Code: 04. Divorced 05. Married, but separated Country: 06. Single, not otherwise specified 09. Unknown Alternative Sexual Orientation: 00. Straight/Heterosexual 01. Gay 02. Lesbian 03. Bisexual 09. Unknown 1 2015 WA-VDRS: Law Enforcement Fillable Data Form March 2015 Actual Date of Death: / / Geographic Description of Incident Location Date Body Found: / / (select all that apply): 01. House, apartment 02. Street, road,sidewalk, alley Manner of Death: 01. Natural 02.Accident 03. Suicide 03. Highway/freeway 04. Motor vehicle (excluding 15&21) 04. Homicide 05. Pending Investigation 05. Bar, nightclub 06. Service station 07. Bank, credit union, 06. Could Not be Determined ATM 08. Liquor store 09. Other commercial establishment 07. Legal Intervention 09. Record Unavailable or Blank (e.g., grocery store) 010. Industrial/Construction areas ❑ Victim was killed by another person who attempted or 011. Office building 012. Parking lot/public parking garage committed suicide. (check if yes) 013. Abandoned house/building/warehouse 014. Sports or athletic area 015. School bus 016. Child care center, daycare, Place of Death: pre-school 017. Elementary or middle school (i.e., K-8) 01. Hospital inpatient 02. ED/Outpatient 03. DOA 018. High school 019. College/University, including dormitory, 04. Hospice facility 05. Nursing home/long-term care facility fraternity 020. Unspecified school 021. Public transportation 06. Decedent's home or station (e.g., bus, train) 022. Church, temple, synagogue ❑7. Other, specify: 09. Unknown/Undetermined 023. Hospital or medical facility 024. Supervised residential facility (e.g., shelter, halfway house) 025. Farm State of Death: 026. Jail, prison, detention center Address of Injury: 027. Park, playground, public use area 028. Natural area (e.g., field, river, beaches, woods)029. Hotel/motel 030. Railroad City of Injury: tracks 031. Bridge 099. Unknown State of Injury: Zip Code: 066. Other County of Injury: Incident occurred at victim's residence: Homeless?: 00. No 01. Yes 09. Unknown 00. No 01.Yes 09. Unknown Current occupation status: 01. Employed* 02. Injured at work: 00. No 01.Yes Unemployed 03. Homemaker 04. Retired 05. Student 06. Disabled 08. N/A(e.g., child, retiree, unemployed) 09. Unknown 08. N/A (under 14) 09. Unknown EMS at scene: 00. No 01. Yes 09. Unknown *If employed, list occupation: Time of Injury: : (military time) Date of Injury: Victim in custody when injured: 00. Not in custody ❑ Survival time: 1. In jail or prison 02. Under arrest, but not in jail 03. Indicate whether minutes, hours, days, months,years Committed to mental hospital (e.g., 0 minutes, 2 hours, 6 months, 9 years, etc.) 04. Resident of other state institution 05. In foster care 06. Injured prior to arrest 08. Other(includes house arrest, State of Birth: electronic monitoring, legal home confinement) 09. Unknown Country of Birth (if not U.S.): Recent release from institution: 00. No evidence or recent release 01. Jail, prison or detention facility 02. Hospital 03. Psychiatric hospital 04. Other psychiatric treatment 05. Long term residential health facility (e.g., nursing home) 06. Supervised residential facility related to alcohol or substance treatment 07. Supervised residential facility not related to alcohol or substance treatment(e.g., halfway house, work release) 08. Other type 099. Unknown 2 2015 WA-VDRS: Law Enforcement Fillable Data Form March 2015 SUICIDE, HOMICIDE, UNDETERMINED, OR LEGAL UNINTENTIONAL INTERVENTION DEATH CIRCUMSTANCES FIREARM DEATH Check all that apply: Check all that apply: Context of Injury: What ry� Mental Health and Substance Abuse Arguments, Conflicts, Previous was the shooter doing at ❑ Current depressed mood Exposure to Violence the time of the injury? ❑ Mental health problem ❑ Argument (Check all that apply): If so, check type (Choose up to 2): El Jealousy (lover's triangle) ❑1. Depression 02. Bipolar Disorder ❑ Abuse or neglect led to death ❑ Hunting 03. Schizophrenia 04.Anxiety Disorder ❑ History of abuse or neglect as a ❑ Target shooting 05.Post-traumatic stress disorder 06.ADD or child ❑ Self-defensive hyperactivity disorder 07. Eating disorder ❑ Previous perpetrator of violence (in shooting 08. Obsessive-compulsive disorder past month) ❑ Celebratory firing 088. Not applicable 099. Unknown ❑ Previous victim of violence (in past ❑ Loading/unloading 066. Other month) gun ❑ In current treatment for mental illness ❑ Cleaning gun O 1 Ever treated for mental illness Suicide Markers El Showing gun to others ❑ Alcohol problem ❑ History of suicide attempts ❑ Playing with gun ❑ Other substance problem ❑ Recently disclosed intent to die by ❑ Other context of injury El Other addiction suicide El Left a suicide note Mechanism of injury: Relationship Problems El History of expressed suicidal Why did the injury occur? thoughts / plans apply): ❑ Intimate partner violence — Homicide (Check all that pp y): only ❑ Intimate partner problem — Suicide only Life Stressors ❑ Thought safety was ❑ Family relationship problem El Crisis within past 2 weeks engaged ❑ Other relationship problem (recent/impending) ❑ Thought gun was El Contributing criminal legal problem unloaded, magazine Crime Related El Civil legal problems was disengaged El by another crime El Contributing physical health ❑ Thought gun was problem unloaded, other Nature of other crime: (Choose up to 2) ❑ Job problem ❑ Unintentionally pulled 01. Drug trade 02. Robbery o3. Burglary ❑ Financial problem trigger El Bullet ricochet 05. Motor vehicle theft 06.Arson 07. Rape, r0 School problem ❑ Eviction/loss of home ❑ Gun defect or sexual assault 09. Gambling o10.Assault, homicide ❑ Suicide of a friend or family malfunction o il. Witness intimidation/elimination ❑66. ❑ Other death of friend or family ❑ Fired while holstering/ Other(note in narrative) 088. Not applicable El Anniversary of a traumatic event unholstering ❑ Dropped gun O 99. Unknown Other Conditions: Misc. Circumstances El Fired while operating progress ress at time of the ❑ Justifiable self-defense safety/ lock ❑ Crime was in ro ❑ Gun mistaken for a homicide El Victim was a police officer on duty toy El Stalking ❑ Victim was a bystander, not ❑ Other mechanism of El Prostitution or sex trafficking intended target El Terrorist attack ❑ Random violence injury El assault ❑ Victim used a weapon ❑ Gang related ❑ Victim (not law enforcement officer) El involvement was an intervener assisting victim El Brawl (physical fight, more than 3 ❑ Mercy killing people) ❑ Hate crime El Physical fight (2 people) ❑ Mentally ill suspect ❑ Drive-by shooting 3 2015 WA-VDRS: Law Enforcement Fillable Data Form March 2015 SUSPECT INFORMATION (CLOSED CASES) SUSPECT INFORMATION Suspect#1 Suspect#2 Suspect#3 Suspect#4 Last Name First Name, MI Street Address City, State,Zip Date of Birth Age • Sex: 1=Male 2=Female 9=Unk - - Race: (Check all that apply) o White o Black o White o Black o White o Black o White o Black o Asian o Asian o Asian o Asian o Pacific Islander o Pacific Islander o Pacific Islander o Pacific Islander o American Indian o American Indian o American Indian o American Indian o Other oUnspecified o Other oUnspecified o Other oUnspecified o Other oUnspecified Ethnicity: 0=Not Hispanic/Latino/Spanish 1=Hispanic or Latino or Spanish 9=Unknown Suspect attempted suicide? 0=No 1=Yes,Completed 2=Yes,Attempted FOR ALL HOMICIDES AND ACCIDENTAL FIREARM DEATHS, choose up to two of the choices from the Relationship Codes List* below that best describe the relationship between each suspect and the victim. The victim is the_ Suspect is Caretaker Evidence of Victim Name Suspect Name/Age of the suspect of Victim Ongoing Abuse (Choose up to 2 relationship codes below) ❑Yes ❑No [Dunk ❑Yes ❑No ['Link EYes ❑No plink ❑Yes ❑No punk ❑Yes ❑No Dunk ❑Yes ❑No plink *Relationship Codes List: 1. Spouse 2. Ex-spouse 3. Girlfriend or boyfriend 4. Ex-girlfriend or ex-boyfriend 5. Girlfriend or boyfriend, unspecified whether current or ex 6. Parent 7. Child 8 Sibling 9. Grandchild 10. Grandparent 11. In-law 12. Stepparent 13. Stepchild 14. Child of suspect's boyfriend/girlfriend (e.g.,child killed by mom's boyfriend) 15. Intimate partner of suspect's parent(e.g., teenager kills his mother's boyfriend) 16. Foster child 17. Foster parent 18. Other family member(e.g., cousin, uncle, etc.) 19. Babysitter(e.g., child killed by babysitter) 20.Acquaintance 21. Friend 22. Roommate (not intimate partner) 23. Schoolmate 24. Current or former work relationship(e.g., co-worker, employee, employer) 25. Rival gang member 26. Other person, known to victim 27. Stranger 28. Victim was injured by law enforcement officer 29. Victim was law enforcement officer injured in the line of duty 30. Suspect is not a suspect for this victim 31. Relationship unknown 4 2015 WA-VDRS: Law Enforcement Fillable Data Form March 2015 WEAPON TYPE USED IN SUICIDE OR HOMICIDE: (Check all that apply) 01. Firearm 05. Non-powder gun ❑6. Sharp instrument [17. Blunt instrument ❑8. Poisoning [19. Hanging/strangulation/ suffocation ❑10. Personal weapon (foot, fist) ❑11. Fall 012. Explosive 013. Drowning ❑14. Fire or burns 015. Shaking (e.g., shaken baby syndrome) ❑16. Motor vehicle (includes buses&motorcycles) 017. Other transport vehicle (e.g., trains, planes, boats) 018. Intentional neglect(e.g., starving a baby) ❑19. Biological weapons 066. Other ❑99. Unknown If Firearm Death, complete information below for injury or suspected injury gun. FIREARM INFORMATION Firearm #1 1 Firearm#2 Firearm#3 Firearm #4 Firearm Information Known ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ (Check if yes) Evidence recovered ogun obullet ogun obullet ogun obullet ogun obullet (Check all that apply) ocasing ocasing ocasing ocasing Type of Firearm (Choose from list below*) Make/Manufacturer or NCIC code Model Cartridge specifications for recovered casings (e.g., .40 S&W, .22 LR) • Caliber Gauge (Shotguns only) Serial number Trace attempted? O=No, gun made before 1969 1=No, other reason 2=Yes, successful 3=Yes, not successful 9=Unknown Listed/reported stolen? O=No 1=Yes 9=Unknown *Type of Firearm List: 1. Submachine Gun 2. Handgun, Unknown Type 3. Handgun, Pistol- Bolt Action 4. Handgun, Pistol- Derringer 5. Handgun, Pistol- Single Shot 6. Handgun, Pistol-Semi-automatic 7. Handgun, Revolver 8. Rifle, Unknown Type 9. Rifle,Automatic 10. Rifle, Bolt Action 11. Rifle, Lever Action 12. Rifle, Pump Action 13. Rifle, Semi-automatic 14. Rifle, Single Shot 15. Rifle- Shotgun Combination 16. Shotgun, Unknown Type 17. Shotgun,Automatic 18. Shotgun, Bolt Action 19. Shotgun, Double Barrel 20. Shotgun, Pump Action 21. Shotgun, Semi-automatic 22. Shotgun, Single Shot 23. Long gun, Unknown type 66. Other(e.g., handmade gun) 99. Unknown 5 2015 WA-VDRS: Law Enforcement Fillable Data Form March 2015 COMPLETE FOR ALL SHOOTERS AND THE FIREARMS THEY USED TO CAUSE INJURY Shooter(name): Shooter(name): Firearm # Firearm # Owner of Firearm: (Choose from list 'A'below) Owner of Firearm: (Choose from list `A'below) Firearm Stored Loaded: (Choose from list `B'below) Firearm Stored Loaded: (Choose from list `B'below) Firearm Stored Locked: (Choose from list `C'below) Firearm Stored Locked: (Choose from list `C'below) (Note: Include a brief summary of where and from whom (Note: Include a brief summary of where and from whom firearm was obtained, and if the individual had authorized firearm was obtained, and if the individual had authorized access to firearm.) access to firearm.) A) Owner of Firearm: B) Firearm Stored Loaded: C) Firearm Stored Locked: 1. Shooter 0. Not loaded 0. Not locked 2. Parent/guardian of shooter 1. Loaded 1. Locked 3. Other family member of shooter 6. Other(note in narrative) 6. Other(note in narrative) 6. Friend/acquaintance of shooter 9. Unknown 9. Unknown 7. Stranger to shooter 66. Other(note in narrative) 99. Unknown IF DRUG/POISON, COMPLETE INFORMATION BELOW: Drug/Poison Information Drug/Poison Drug/Poison 2 Drug/Poison 3 1 Type of druglpoison (Indicate by number all that apply): 1. Street/recreational drugs 2. Alcohol 3. Pharmaceuticals-prescription 4. Pharmaceuticals-over-the-counter 5. Pharmaceuticals-unknown 6. Carbon monoxide or other gas, vapor 66. Other poison (e.g., rat poison, insecticide, lye) 88. Not applicable (not a poisoning) 99. Unknown Name of druglpoison (e.g., Prozac, Fluoxetine, Paxil, Sominex, etc.)or 99999 for Unknown Patient drug obtained for(Indicate by number all that apply): 1. Self(Victim) 2. Spouse 3. Ex-spouse 4. Girlfriend or boyfriend 7. Ex-girlfriend or Ex-boyfriend 8. Girl/Boyfriend, unspecified whether current 10. Parent 11. Child 12. Sibling 13. Grandchild 14. Grandparent 15. In-law 16. Stepparent 17. Stepchild 18. Child of victim's boyfriend/girlfriend 19. Intimate partner of victim's parent(e.g., teenager) 29. Other family member(e.g., cousin, uncle) 30. Babysitter 31.Acquaintance 32. Friend 33. Roommate (not intimate partner) 34. Schoolmate 35. Current or former work relationship (e.g., co-worker) 44. Other person, known to victim 45. Stranger 88. N/A(e.g., not a medication) 99. Relationship unknown If CO, carbon monoxide source: 1. Car, truck, bus 2. Other 8. Not applicable 9. Unknown 6 2015 WA-VDRS: Law Enforcement Fillable Data Form March 2015 Copy, paste or include a brief narrative: (Include details to support circumstances checked on Page 2) Contact Taylor Schraudner to set up an electronic secure file transfer system for your agency at: 360.236.2875 Taylor.Schraudner c(D,doh.wa.gov OR Mail this form to: WA Department of Health: Office of Community Health Systems ATTN: Taylor Schraudner, WA-VDRS Program Manager PO BOX 47853 Olympia, WA 58504-7853 7 2015 WA-VDRS: Law Enforcement Fillable Data Form March 2015 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: May 19,2015 ITEM#: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: MOU BETWEEN THE WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND THE FEDERAL WAY POLICE DEPARTMENT(FWPD). POLICY QUESTION: Should the City of Federal Way/Federal Way Police Depaitluent inter into a MOU with the Washington State Department of Health for the inclusion of case report data in the Washington Violent Death Reporting System (WA-VDRS)? COMMITTEE:PARKS,RECREATION,HUMAN SERVICES& PUBLIC MEETING DATE: 05/12/2015 SAFETY COUNCIL COMMITTEE(PRHS&PS) CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY:DEPUTY CHIEF KYLE SUMPTER DEPT: Police Attachments: 1. PRHS&PS Memo 2. MOU 3. WA-VDRS Law Enforcement Fillable Data Form 4. National Violent Death Reporting System Brochure Options Considered: 1. Accept Proposal 2. Reject Proposal MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option ' #1 MAYOR APPROVAL: _ 7/,�e�� ?�lrs�DI7/�)ECTOR APPROVAL: %L.7 /u//c- �CO+{imittee of cil / /iS Initial CHIEF OF STAFF: (,7� �l r co mi e Counc COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: "I move to forward the MOU between FWPD and the WA. State Dep rtment of Health to the 117141-21417 2015 Co 'l Consent genda. " 1.4- — " tcl ) , , 11 I I k i r Afv ,,efte_i Committee Chair Committee Member Committee M- ber PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the MOU between FWPD and the WA. State Department of Health and authorize Chief Andy Hwang to sign the MO U. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERKS OFFICE) ACTIO4 *UNCIL APPROVE 5(1i i(s COUNCIL BILL# ❑ DENIED 1ST reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING(ordinances only) ORDINANCE# REVISED—08/12/2010 RESOLUTION# CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE STAFF REPORT DATE: May 12, 2015 TO: Parks, Recreation, Human Services and Public Safety Council Committee VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Andy J. Hwang, Chief of Police SUBJECT: MOU between the Washington State Department of Health and the Federal Way Police Department (FWPD). The purpose of this MOU is for FWPD to provide, per RCW 43.70.545, the WA State Department of Health access to FWPD's incident case report data on homicides, suicides, unintentional firearm deaths, deaths of undermined intent, and legal interventions for inclusion in the Washington Violent Death Reporting System (WA-VDRS). When police agencies provide this information it can help law enforcement and public health officials understand the extent, cause and circumstances of violent deaths. 1