Sheriff Bulletin

VIPS Program

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2012 was a very busy year for the Iron County Sheriff’s Office VIPS. As you can see by the statistics for this year they were exceptionally busy. The VIPS program has blended with the Iron County Sheriff’s Office very well and we rely on VIPS to support our Patrol operations almost on a daily basis. All of our current VIPS volunteers are very dedicated to their duties and the people of Iron County. It is a privilege to work side by side with these fine people and I look forward to a long lasting partnership with the VIPS program. Again I would like to say thank you to all of our VIPS volunteers for their humbled service, they truly give back to their community in a big way.

VIPS YEAR 2012- PATROL SUMMARY

TOTAL NO OF PATROLS: 383
(Month by month breakdown)
Jan 33/ Feb 42/ Mar 25/ Apr 24/ May 6/ Jun 32/ Jul 27/ Aug 32/ Sep 3/ Oct 32/ Nov 29/ Dec 35

TOTAL PATROL HOURS: 1,385.23

(Month by month breakdown)
Jan 113:49/ Feb 161:12/ Mar 85:50/ Apr 92:10/ May 119:13/ Jun 150:40/ Jul 99:24/ Aug 130:54/ Sep 111:01/ Oct 105:32/ Nov 90:06/ Dec 127:30

NATIONAL FOREST PATROLS: 119

NATIONAL FOREST HOURS: 144:45

NATIONAL FOREST MILES: 3,144

TOTAL PATROL UNIT MILES: UNIT ONE 31,937 (Jan through Dec)

TOTAL PATROL UNIT MILES: UNIT TWO 10,748 (Jun 22 through Dec)

NUMBER OF INCIDENT REPORTS: 23

TOTAL NUMBER OF VIPS TEAM MEMBERS: 17

NUMBER OF VACATION WATCHES PATROLLED: 14

NUMBER OF FINGERPRINTING HOURS: 520

NUMBER OF HOURS OF COMMUNITY EVENT COVERAGE: 210

NUMBER OF RADAR SPEED MONITORING SITES SET-UPS: 70

NUMBER OF ROAD SIDE ASSISTS: (10-46) 96

REPORTED ILLEGAL DUMPING: 8 VANDALISMS: 16 DEPUTY ASSISTS: 15 (ANIMAL AND TRAFFIC)

TOTAL ALL VOLUNTEER HOURS: 1,813

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