- API insights.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2020-06-10T21:34:05.206Z
The Emergency Communications Center (ECC) is a civilian division, combing Police Dispatch, the Fire Dispatch Sector (FDS) and the Emergency Communications Section (ECS). ECC's primary responsibility is to answer and dispatch any calls related to public safety. The ECC is compliant with and certified through the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) and the Association of Public Safety Communication Officials (APCO) standards; which set national standards for 911 call performance and customer service.
- API insights.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2020-02-13T16:30:06.296Z
This visual is all closed Citizen Complaint Authority (CCA) complaints that have been received in the past five years. This visual details complaints that are processed, investigated and closed by CCA. It includes data such as the type of event reported, date and time of incident, officer and citizen demographics, and allegation investigated. The source of this data is the Citizen Complaint Authority (CCA). This data is updated daily. Disclaimers: 1. The attribute unique case identifier is the ID for one incident. One incident can contain multiple allegations and involve multiple officers and citizens. 2. Geo location information is not provided for incidents that are not CAGIS verified addresses or if the incident occurs at the residence of a complainant. This is done to protect the individual's
- API insights.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-09T21:25:34.277Z
The Cincinnati Initiative to Reduce Violence (CIRV) is a multi-agency, collaborative community-based effort aimed at reducing violent crime while strengthening the relationship between communities and law enforcement. The initiative is a focused-deterrence strategy which is modeled after the Boston Gun Project from the mid-1990s. Initiated in 2007, CIRV is designed to quickly and dramatically reduce gun-violence and associated homicides, with sustained reductions over time. As part of CIRV, Cincinnati Police (CPD) partners with community groups, social service providers, and law enforcement groups (at the local, state, and federal levels) to impact gun-related violence through strategic outreach. Using law enforcement intelligence, the CIRV collaborative targets chronic violent offenders affiliated with street groups. Those offenders seeking a more productive lifestyle are provided streamlined social services, training, education, and employment opportunities. The CIRV data focuses on all shootings (fatal and non-fatal) and particularly those with suspected violent Group Member Involvement (GMI).
- API insights.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2018-12-03T17:29:13.885Z
The Department of Human Resources (HR) records all employee personnel data in the City through the Cincinnati Human Resources Information System (CHRIS) that stores city-wide data about HR operations. The Employee Profile dashboard provides a high level overview of aggregate employee totals by department, full time employment (FTE), year hired, demographics and average salary by amount of years worked in the City.
- API insights.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2020-04-27T19:10:10.810Z
The Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) provides and leverages funding and other resources that support quality housing, neighborhood revitalization and human services in the City of Cincinnati. DCED provides tax incentives to help businesses and residents grow and thrive. DCED has five commercial programs featured in the dashboard. 1) The Commercial Community Reinvestment Area (CRA) tax abatement program gives incentives to companies and developers building or renovating a residential, commercial, industrial, or mixed-use facility in cases where the new or renovated facilities will result in job creation. CRAs are offered to multifamily properties of three or more units, commercial properties, or industrial properties. 2) Job Creation Tax Credits (JCTC) and Property Investment Reimbursements (PIR) are income tax incentives provided to a company that commits to expand or relocate into the City of Cincinnati. 3) Loans and grants are offered to developers that need to bridge a gap in financing a development project or to meet pre-development requirements of other incentives. 4) The City of Cincinnati sells City owned property to developer below market rate. 5) Tax Increment Financing (TIF) can be applied to a geographic area or specific project to offset a portion of large-scale development costs to the developer. The Wage Theft Protected displays all projects that are covered by the City of Cincinnati's Wage Enforcement ordinance that ensures that any development incentivized through a Community Reinvestment Area tax abatement, job creation tax credits, commercial loan, conveyance of land for less than fair market value, tax increment financing, or grants valued at or above $25,000 comply with local, state and federal wage and payroll laws.
- API insights.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2018-12-03T16:38:25.087Z
Buildings & Inspections' Property Maintenance Division is charged with eliminating blight and building safety hazards and promotes building repair and renovation through education and enforcement to protect the public health, safety and quality of life. Property Maintenance Code Enforcement requests include tenant complaints about poor housing conditions and neighbor complaints of blight on commercial and residential buildings and premises. Zoning complaints relate to illegal land use issues, including (but not limited to) front yard parking on grass, contractor's yards in residential districts and illegal commercial uses in residential districts. For more information on Zoning Code, view the City of Cincinnati Zoning Code (Section 1400-1451 of the Cincinnati Municipal Code). Concentrated Code Enforcement is a house-to-house inspection in code enforcement areas. All buildings in a neighborhood focus area are inspected on the exterior for property maintenance issues. It is a systematic and proactive approach to addressing code violations and is typically performed as part of the Neighborhood Enhancement Program. To make a code enforcement complaint, call 513-591-6000 or visit https://cagismaps.hamilton-co.org/csr/cincinnati To view the status of a complaint: https://cagis.hamilton-co.org/opal/ezTrakSearch.aspx.
- API insights.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2019-08-13T20:57:32.007Z
The Emergency Communications Center (ECC) is a civilian department, which is combines Police Dispatch, Fire Dispatch Sector (FDS) and the Emergency Communications Section (ECS). ECC's primary responsibility is to answer and dispatch any calls related to public safety. Created in April 2018, the ECC Action Plan is a 12 month action plan that covers all areas identified that affect the effectiveness and efficiency of ECS from technology, training and supervision.
- API insights.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2020-04-30T17:06:23.126Z
The Department of Buildings and Inspections protects the health and safety of the citizens by ensuring the quality and integrity of the City's building environment. The goal is to promote economic development and maintaining the quality of commercial and residential building stock through the enforcement of established building and zoning codes. The Department of Buildings and Inspections operates the Permit Center and consists of four sections: Office of the Director, Permits and Inspections, Property Maintenance Code Enforcement and Zoning Administration. The Permit Center offers single point-of-contact service for Cincinnati homeowners, developers, architects, small business owners, construction personnel and others involved in the development and building permit process. The Permit Guide has information on the types of projects that require permits. Information on permit costs can be found on the City's website.
- API insights.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2020-05-01T17:32:23.919Z
This dashboard displays information for assaults on Cincinnati Police Department (CPD) officers. These incidents are recorded using the City's Record Management System (RMS) that stores agency-wide data about law enforcement operations. Incidents that are identified as an assault on an officer can include but are not limited to crimes such as aggravated assault, robbery, theft, vandalism, targeted assault (knowingly harming and officer), and recklessly harming an officer. This dashboard includes all incidents committed with weapons (such as a handgun, knife, of blunt object), motor vehicles, or personal weapons (such as hands, feet, teeth etc.).
- API insights.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2020-04-28T19:17:41.445Z
Cincinnati Health Department (CHD) is committed to protecting and improving the health of the people of Cincinnati. As a nationally recognized leader in public health, CHD advocates for responsive health and human services that promote healthy living environments and social well-being, as well as works to reduce health inequities such as poverty and unemployment. CHD has a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) designation status and serves over 40,000 patients annually. CHD operates seven (7) Primary Care Health Centers, one (1) free-standing dental center, one (1) free-standing vision and dental center, and thirteen (13) School-Based Health Centers. Health centers are open Monday through Friday and accept all types of insurance and patients without insurance. Hours of operation are available online.