COMPSTAT is an extremely successful crime analysis and law enforcement management process developed by the New York Police Department. In essence, the COMPSTAT process can be summarized as follows: crime data is collected and analyzed on a regular basis.
Strategies and Tactics
Effective strategies and tactics are developed to solve crime and improve quality of life issues for our citizens. Sheriff's Office personnel and resources are rapidly deployed to alleviate crime thereby improving quality of life in our community. The final principle of COMPSTAT is relentless follow-up and assessment, which ensures desired results actually have been achieved.
Public Safety Bureau Lieutenants (area commanders) are assigned to each of the Sheriff's Office precincts. They are responsible for providing innovative crime control strategies for the citizens and businesses located within their specific geographical areas.
Monthly COMPSTAT meetings are conducted where area commanders are required to demonstrate the effectiveness of their precinct’s crime control efforts and offer solutions to other problems that are identified by executive command staff members.
||Email Mark Ortler
||Lieutenant, Precinct 1 Commander
Sheridan Boulevard east to University Boulevard
||Email Scott Luedtke
||Lieutenant, Precinct 2 and 3 Commander
University Boulevard east to I-25
||Email Rob Hedrick
||Lieutenant, Precinct 4 Commander
I-25 east to South Parker Road
||Email Mike Mitchell
||Lieutenant, Precinct 5 Commander
Four Mile area and Holly Hills
||Email Chris Gulli
||Lieutenant, Precinct 6 and 7 Commander
South Parker Road east to South Gun Club Road
||Email Matt Walker
||Lieutenant, Precinct 8 Commander
Gun Club Road east to county line
||Email Tammy Twombly