Police, fire, and emergency-medical services are provided through a unified Department of Public Safety, whose sworn personnel maintain State certifications in all three disciplines. In 2016, approximately 7,941 police calls, or "complaints," resulted in about 113 felony and 298 misdemeanor arrests; more than 280 traffic citations were issued; about 3,209 calls were handled as general assistance to the public; 466 complaints involved health, safety, and property-maintenance matters; and 168 fire calls and 485 requests for emergency-medical assistance were answered. The Department operates nine pieces of fire equipment, eight patrol vehicles, and two boats. The City enjoys a "Class 4" community fire-insurance rating.