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Client:
City of Minnetonka, MN
Project:
Citygate performed a comprehensive operations and staffing assessment of the Police Department for the City of Minnetonka, Minnesota. This comprehensive assessment of the law enforcement services delivery system featured a review of Department functions, organizational structure, operational functions, staffing and service levels, and Department efficiencies to ensure current and future needs are met through efficient and effective operations. This study was coordinated with Citygate’s concurrent fire services study.
Client:
City of Minnetonka, MN
Project:
Citygate conducted an operational and physical asset study for the City of Minnetonka, Minnesota Fire Department. This study entailed a thorough review and analysis of services, staffing, apparatus, and facility options for the Department, including a comprehensive Standards of Coverage document analyzing resource deployment to determine whether the Department is properly deployed to meet the risks and expectations of its community. This assessment also included a staffing plan to meet the needs identified in the SOC analysis, a long-term apparatus plan, and a review of fire station locations with recommendations. The staffing analysis identified strengths and weaknesses, if any, of the current staffing plan.
Client:
City of Minnetonka, MN
Project:
Citygate completed a study of staffing levels and classifications and the budgeting methodology the Department of Developmental Services used to fund the State’s 21 Regional Centers (RCs). For this large, multi-faceted, and in-depth study of Regional Center operations, budgets, workload, and mandates, Citygate combined qualitative and quantitative data elements emanating from multiple sources, such as the RCs, state agencies, vendors, consumers and families, associations, and other stakeholders. Citygate evaluated system mandates in California and researched best practices nationwide. Locally, RCs serve as case studies of best practices and minimum standards that will define the functions and tasks each Regional Center must carry out to meet State and federal mandates. The analysis of how RCs meet their mandates, combined with other analyses, will result in the development of a new staffing model to provide funding for the core activities and necessary administrative support of the 21 RCs.

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