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2 Orange County Sheriff s Department Jo Ann Galisky Assistant Sheriff

3 Orange County Demographics 798 Square Miles 34 cities 42 Miles of coastline Population- 2,978,800 2 nd largest county in California in terms of Population

4 Orange County Sheriff s Department 2 nd largest Sheriff s Department in California 5 th largest Sheriff s Department in the Nation Annual operating budget of $500 million Total personnel of 1,170 sworn and 1,550 professional staff County population of 3 million with direct service to a population of approximately 671,000 residents 12 contract cities Contracts with Orange County Transit Authority and John Wayne Airport Orange County Superior Court Orange County Harbors

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6 Potential Targets John Wayne International Airport Ronald Reagan Federal Building San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant

7 Potential Targets Islamic Society of Orange County Mosque Crystal Cathedral

8 Potential Targets Major Stadiums Amusement Parks

9 Potential Targets University of California, Irvine Irvine Spectrum Main Place Mall

10 Orange County 9/11/ hrs. (ET) Orange County EOC activated 0830 hrs. OCSD goes on Tactical Alert 0930 hrs. Sheriff briefs Board of Supervisors

11 Orange County 9/11/01 Our Planning Pays Off Due to extensive training, disaster preparedness and first responder preparation, the Orange County Sheriff s Department and County Agencies were able to maintain full operability on September 11, 2001.

12 Terrorism Units Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) To investigate terrorist organizations that are planning or carrying out terrorist acts occurring in or affecting the Orange County area. Co-managed by FBI and includes representatives from local law enforcement agencies. Terrorism Early Warning Group (TEWG) To obtain, analyze, and disseminate information and intelligence needed to formulate an effective response to threats and acts of terrorism, develop courses of action involving chemical biological, radiological nuclear and large-scale explosives. Private Sector Terrorism Response Group (PSTRG) Component of TEWG, to coordinate a cooperate and collaborative effort between the private and public sectors in its efforts to mitigate the terrorist threat to OC. Homeland Security Advisory Council Region 1 (HSAC) To provide the President's Homeland Security Advisory Council with advice on increasing America's security from experts representing the nation's emergency response community. Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Services (RACES) Volunteer and licensed radio operators who provide emergency and disaster communication support to governmental agencies.

13 Orange County Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF)

14 Pre Radio Communications System UHF System Maintenance of hardware was costly and parts were no longer available. Radio traffic on countywide tactical channels and those utilized day-to-day by large city and county agencies became overloaded No additional UHF frequencies were available to expand the law system Public works frequencies were spread out over all public safety frequency bands.

15 County of Orange 800MHz CCCS (Countywide Coordinated Communications System)

16 Background on 800 MHz CCCS Model of City and County cooperation on all levels. More than 100 city and county public safety and public service agencies. Maintained liaison between Orange County Chiefs of Police and Sheriff s Association, the Orange County Fire Chief s Association, Orange County Lifeguards, and Public Works Committee.

17 Timeline for 800 MHz CCCS Requirements Developed FCC Approves 61 New 800 MHz Channels RFP Development, Release Motorola Selection Contract Negotiations Board Approves Contract Sep 1995 Notice to Proceed February 1996 Joint Agreement with 31 Cities April 1996 Governance Committee Approves Detailed Design-August 1996 Escrow Account Approved by Board and 31 Cities Motorola Manufactures/ Factory Tests Installation of Backbone Dispatch installation Sheriff s Dept. Project Management 15 New Radio Facilities 6 Site Modifications New and Modifications of 21 sites Radio Fleetmap, 300 Templates, 15,000 Radios programmed Third-Party Escrow $88 million Plan Live Cutover- Fire Services Train 3,000+ Public Safety Personnel

18 Timeline for 800 MHz CCCS (Continued) Major Contract Amendment Resolve Project Extension Add Lifeguard & Public Works equipment Systems Implementation of 125 Departments Feb 99 - May 99 Partial County Sept 99 Feb 00 Fire Services Mar 00 May 01 Law Enforcement June 01 Lifeguard June Nov 01 Public Works Sept Oct 01 Laguna Beach

19 Radio Cells of the 800 MHz CCCS Northwest Cell Southwest Cell LA HABRA BREA PLACENTIA BUENA FULLERTON LA PARK PALMA CYPRESS ANAHEIM VILLA ORANGE PARK LOS STANTON ALAMITOS YORBA LINDA North Cell GARDEN GROVE County wide North Northwest South South Cell SEAL BEACH WESTMINSTER FOUNTAIN VALLEY HUNTINGTON BEACH SANTA ANA COSTA MESA NEWPORT BEACH TUSTIN IRVINE EL TORO STATION LAGUNA HILLS LAKE FOREST MISSION VIEJO SILVERADO Silverado IR Site Southwest Laguna Laguna Cell Moorhead IR Site LAGUNA BEACH LAGUNA NIGUEL DANA POINT SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO SAN CLEMENTE Countywide Cell

20 Cost for 800 MHz System Total County Contract/Site Obligation $37.46M Total City Contract Obligation $57.24M Total Contract/Site Development $94.70M

21 Newport Beach Lifeguard Orange PD A Working Partnership OCSD Helicopter Duke Irvine PD OCFA Buena Park PD Anaheim Public Works Costa Mesa FD Fountain Valley PD U.S. Ocean Safety Cypress PD Placentia PD

22 800 MHZ CCCS Average Talkgroup Usage Lifeguard 1% Public Works 8% Common 0% Fire 12% Law Fire Lifeguard Public Works Common Law 79%

23 And Now. 81 channels supporting 350 talk groups 34 cities 100+ city and county agencies/departments 39 Dispatch Centers (20 Law Enforcement & 7 Fire) 24 Radio Transmission Sites 6 Paramedic Base Hospitals Mutual Aid- Cal State Fullerton, University of California Irvine, FBI, California State Parks, US Forest Services, Mercy Air, 32 Hospitals. Average Transmission Per Day 50-60,000 Per Month 1.8 million Per Year 22 million

24 Features of 800 MHz Countywide First Responders (All on Single System) Interoperability Trunked- Computer-Controlled Capacity for Growth Coordinated System Secured and Encrypted (except for Red Channel) Robust and Reliable Disaster Survivability Homeland Defense Ready Today

25 Mutual Aid Events The radio system was designed to accommodate mutual aid events when more than one agency and/or discipline needs to coordinate their activities Long range trunked talkgroups Short range simplex channels State and national mutual aid channels City common City and County Common Statewide Common Nationwide Common Analog, Digital, Encrypted

26 Recent Developments In August 2004, the OC Sheriff along with the cities of Anaheim and Santa Ana received a $3 million grant from Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) for interoperational communication. In September 2004, OCSD received $2,257, in grant funding from Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) for interoperation communication.

27 Future Potential High-speed pursuit of suspect on Interstate-5 involving city police officer or Sheriff Deputy and California Highway Patrol. Terrorist event in Santa Ana high-rise Federal Building. Radiation leak from San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. Evacuation of nearly 10,000 people from Disneyland them park and Anaheim Resort due to hazardous materials incident. Wildfire in Cleveland National Forest requires mutual aid from Orange County Fire Services.

28 Roadmap for the Future Protect and Enhance Investment/System Improve Coverage for Coast and Valleys Preventive/Corrective Maintenance System Monitoring (Transparent to User) End User Training Interference Resolution (Local and National) Disaster/Homeland Defense Site Physical Security Quarterly Failure Training Encryption End User Training Service Life Extension Designed Life to 2025 Mid-Term ( ) Investment Maintain, Upgrade, and Enhance

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