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Join Your Neighborhood Crime Prevention Council (NCPC)
We encourage you to join your local Neighborhood Crime Prevention Council (NCPC). Please see NCPC schedule below for meeting times and locations. If you don't know which beat you live in. Click Here to find your beat.
The borders listed below are general borders, if you are unsure of which police beat you live in, either check the link above or contact the District 5 office.
Beat 16Y - Meets at the Presbyterian Church on Park Blvd, 4101 Park Blvd @ 7:00 PM Borders are from Hwy 580 to Trestle Glen & from Canon to Brookwood (east of Trestle Glen)
Beat 18Y – 3rd Monday of the month, 6:45-8:15pm, Salvation Army, 2794 Garden St. Borders are from I580 to East 21st & 14th Ave to 23rd Avenue
Beat 18Y Yahoo Group
Beat 20X - Meets on the 1st Thursday of each month at 2555 International Blvd.@ 6:30 PM Borders are from 23rd Ave to Fruitvale Ave & from Foothill Blvd to the Estuary
Beat 20x Email Group
Beat 21X - Meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at the Salvation Army Garden Center, 2794 Garden St @ 7:00 PM. Borders are from 23rd Ave to Sausal Creek & from Foothill Blvd to Hwy 580
Beat 21x Email Group
Beat 21Y - Meets on the 2nd Monday of each month at Posada De Colores, 2221 Fruitvale Ave @ 7:00 PM Borders are from Sausal Creek to 34th Ave & from Foothill Blvd to Hwy 580
Beat 23X - Meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at Las Bougainvilleas, 1223 37th Ave @ 6:30 PM Borders are from Fruitvale Ave to High St & from Foothill to the Estuary
Beat 24X - Meets on the 4th Thursday of each month at Jefferson Elementary School, 2035 40th Ave @ 6:30 PM Borders are from 34th Ave to High St & from Foothill Blvd to Brookdale Ave
Beat 26X- Meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at Melrose School 1325 53rd Ave. at 6:00pm Borders are from High Street to 54th Ave. & from International to Estuary
Beat 27X - Meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at Horace Mann Elementary School, 5222 Ygnacio @ 7: 00 PM Borders are from High Street to 55th Ave & from Bancroft to Brookdale
Neighborhood Services Coordinators (NSC)
Your Neighborhood Service Coordinator (NSC) works with residents and neighborhood groups to solve public safety problems and provides access to City resources.
If you have questions about any NCPC meetings, please contact Neighborhood Services Coordinators:
Ana Martinez-20X, 23X, 24X (510) 535-5689 or email@example.com
Deborah Ramirez-21X, 21Y (510) 238-2163 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Edith Guillen-18Y (510) 238-7159 or email@example.com
Hoang Banh-16Y (510) 238-6566 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacqueline Long-26X ( 510) 238-7750 or email@example.com
Araina Richards-27X (510) 238-7619 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Neighborhood Email Groups
We encourage you to join your respective NCPC email group to be part of discussions with other residents in your area, get crime statistics, learn about neighborhood meetings, announcements, and events. Most importantly, these email groups open the lines of communication amongst neighbors. Here are some other email groups that serve District 5.
- Police Service Area 3 (PSA3 - Borders are from the Lake to 23rd Ave. & from Estuary to above Hwy 580)
- Glenfriends – the Glenview Neighborhood email group
- Jingletown Neighborhood Watch
- Latham Terrace Association (23rd Avenue area)
Neighborhood Block Groups
The Neighborhood Watch program can help you get your block working together to increase safety, solve problems and working with the City. Interested in getting your block organized? Contact Neighborhood Watch Coordinator, Brenda Ivey, (510) 238-3091 or email@example.com to help you get started with trainings on Home Security and Personal Safety. The Neighborhood Watch Program also conducts Home Security Inspections.
Citizens of Oakland Respond to Emergencies - Free Emergency Preparedness Training for Oaklanders
- Do you know what to do in the event of an earthquake, fire, flood, terrorist threat or other emergency situation?
- Are you and your family prepared to be on your own for 5 to 7 days or longer after a major emergency?
- If you have become complacent thinking it won’t happen again here, its time to learn or enhance your emergency preparedness and response skills to help yourself and your family.
Learn how to:
- Reduce Common Household Hazards
- Create a Family Emergency and Evacuation Plan
- Prepare Emergency Supply Kits
- Respond to Earthquakes, Fires, Chemical Accidents and Severe Weather
This FREE training class is sponsored by the Oakland Fire Department. Call (510) 238-6351 or see CORE website for class schedule and more information: www.oaklandcore.org