A detailed spreadsheet analysis of the proposed FY20 public safety budget for EMS, Fire, and Police is available to download here. The proposal includes thirty more police officers as part of a four-year staffing plan, thirty-eight firefighters, and twelve paramedics.
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Media Statement “The Greater Austin Crime Commission is encouraged by the proposed fiscal year 2020 budget that includes 30 more police officers as part of a four-year staffing plan, 32 firefighters for a new Del Valle station and 12 paramedics. We commend City Manager Spencer Cronk for his commitment to the community’s priorities and public… Read more »
Warning signs show Austin is falling further behind when it comes to public safety resources. Despite increases in auto theft and homicides, lagging emergency response times, population growth, and the recommendations of taxpayer-funded staffing studies, the Austin Police Department is hundreds of officers short. Click HERE to join the Neighborhood Network and urge city leaders… Read more »