FY 2015-17 Performance Report

Mission Statement

The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office protects life and property and preserves the public peace. The Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing effective professional law enforcement services in a humane and cost-efficient manner, while supporting positive development within our communities and our youth population.

Number of Positive Associations or New Suspects Identified Through Lab Analysis in AFIS, CODIS, and NIBIN

Customer Satisfaction Rating Sheriff's Services as Good or Better

Percent of Performance Goals Met

Percent of Customer Survey Respondents Rating Services as Good or Better

Cost per Capita

Percent of Employees Rating Experience Working for the County as Good or Better

Percent of Employee Evaluations Completed Annually

Percent of New Hires Who Are Female and/or Minority

Total Number of Training Hours Conducted
for POST and STC

Dollar Value Saved by Use of Volunteer Force

Annual Clearance Rate of Violent Crimes

Percent of Sentenced Inmates Working with an In-Custody Case Manager (ICCM)

FY 2015-17 Highlights

FY 2015-16
  • Successfully Maintained Law Enforcement Service Agreements in 8 Communities
  • Completed Construction of the Maple Street Correctional Center
  • Deployed In-Car Video Cameras in Police Vehicles
FY 2016-17
  • Complete Construction of the New Coyote Point Firing Range
  • Continue to Invest in San Mateo County’s Youth Through Impactful Programs
  • Transition Correctional Food Service Operations from the Health Department to the Sheriff’s Office

FY 2017-19 Goals

  • Continue Intelligence Led Policing efforts
  • Expand Training Efforts
  • Maintain Strong Community Programs
  • Expand Programs to Incarcerated Populations

FY 2017-19 Challenges

  • Delivering Timely Forensic Lab Services
  • Providing In-Custody Programs to Inmates
  • Remaining Diligent in Preventing Cyber Threats
  • Effectively Implement Emerging Technology

Ongoing Measure A

Human Trafficking and Commercially Sexually Exploited Children Program
  • Increasing Awareness Through Outreach
  • Aligning Law Enforcement Resources
  • Working with CBO’s and the Faith-Based Community to Create Wrap Around Services
Enhanced School Safety Services
  • Creating and Maintaining a Safe Learning Environment
  • Providing an On Campus Presence
  • Building Trust with Students, Parents and the Community through Educational, Recreational and School Safety Programs

FY 2016-17 Budget

  • Total Sources: $122,527,598
  • Total Requirements: $253,847,916
  • Net County Cost: $131,320,318
  • Funded FTE: 783.40