Kalamazoo County ID Opportunity. Safety. Strong Community. Our Mission In the pursuit of extraordinary governance, Kalamazoo County Government provides equitable programs and excellent services to promote the health and safety of everyone in Kalamazoo County. How does the County ID Align with Our Mission? 1. Deliver Consistent High Quality Programs and Services 2. Strengthen Community Engagement in Our Community 3. Build a Relationship Focused Culture
Catch 22 Without a Birth Certificate You Cant Obtain a Birth Certificate You Cant Obtain a State ID Without a State ID
Who needs ID? Based on Brennen Center 11%, 27,000 people diverse demographics ID is needed to ensure the health and safety of everyone in Kalamazoo County Life Without ID Housing Certain Healthcare Childcare Without an ID You Cannot Access
Public Transportation Banking Verification for Police Kalamazoo County ID Card 3rd in Michigan 17th in the U.S OBJECTIVE Uses a 300/400
Point Eligibility System INCLUSIVE PERSONAL Allows Alternative Credentials Includes One-onOne Support Services Protecting Health and Safety - Sheriff Fuller
Vetted by law enforcement agencies and supported by other local governments Desired Security Features PVC card stock Faded security seal
Barcode Digitized signature Signature Panel Foil Stamp of county seal Embedded watermark Variable fluorescent/ UV data Holographic laminate image Recommended Card Design
Photograph Name Known as Date of Birth Address Height Eye Color Signature Unique ID number
Emergency Contact Creating Excellent Services - Clerk Snow Capacity to house the program in the County Administration building Point of service, with addition of 0.5 FTE to the office staff Interns will provide additional program support Advisory Board 11 members - affected communities, task
force members, law enforcement, Clerks office Open meetings with public comment Help to support final details Ongoing evaluation of the programs effectiveness Costs SCENARIO ANALYSIS (NET INCOME/EXPENSE) Annual IDS Issued Price Charged
$ 29,992 The Community is in Support! 549 individuals 108 organizations Buy-in Local Business Religious Organizations
Endorsing Community Agencies Offering Discounts to Kalamazoo residents Recognition of Human Right to Identification Some of the 40 Endorsing Comm. Agencies Educational Institutions
Some of the Businesses Ready to Support! Why we need your commitment now Additional Funding Strategies: 1. Scholarship fund 2. Revenue generated from effective marketing of the program 3. Foundational support Staffing: Hiring and salary negotiations and intern recruitment Technology: Purchase machine from possible options
Kalamazoo County ID Program Resolution NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners approves the establishment of the Kalamazoo County Identification Card Program as presented in the Task Forces written report; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Kalamazoo County Identification Program shall to be implemented beginning in January 2018 and administered by the Kalamazoo County Clerks Office; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners approves the establishment of the Kalamazoo County Identification Program Advisory Board as described in the Task Forces written Report; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners authorizes an initial budget of up to $60,000 for the first year; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners authorizes the hiring of a .5 FTE staff to support the program.* July 5, 2017
Contact Tracy with questions Please support this important resolution Special Thanks to the Many who Participated on the Kalamazoo County ID Task Force: Sheriff Richard Fuller County Clerk Tim Snow Prosecutor Jeff Getting Hon. Larry Provancher Dr. Francisco Villegas Nelly Fuentes Julie Pioch
Eileen Stryker Steve Zerbe Stacy Fulbright Maureen McConnell-Martin David Kingsley Margy Stinson Lizbeth Fuentes Yazmin Fuentes Elizabeth Munoz Paige Chung Don Jones Robert Elchert Dakota Torolski Jen Strebs
Meagan Roche Dianna McMunn Tobbi Hanna-Davies Adrian Vazquez Alex Pulido Janet Jones Katie Hurley Sr. Mary Ellen Grondeck Dallas Oberlee Lisa Robert Antonio Mitchell Sarena Brown Neelam Lal Dan Mills
Christopher Burns Elena Mireles-Hill Don Jarzenbeck Mike Cook Thell Woods Marissa Klee-Peregon Launda Wheatley Denise Crawford Brendan Nagler Jessica Clanton Nicky Leigh Jake Andrews Megan Buwalda Alejandra Morales Madison Butler
Kiavanne Williams We can ensure equitable programs for all of our neighbors. Opportunity. Safety. Strong Community. Photo Credits 2. http://woodtv.com/2017/05/17/kalamazoo-co-supports-measure-aimed-at-shutting-down-enbridge-line-5/
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