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Area 5 comprises twelve community policing beats. If you would like to find the officer who is assigned to your neighborhood or business location, click on the map to find what area and beat you live in. You can enlarge the map to read street names.
Problem-solving officers have been assigned to work with community members to help solve neighborhood issues. The Community Relations Officer Directory lists the commanding sergeant and specific problem-solving officer assigned to every community policing beat and corresponding Neighborhood Crime Prevention Councils.
Area 5 Leadership
Area 5 Command Staff
Capt. Sharon Williams
|The Operations Commander is responsible for the deployment of Patrol resources to accomplish specific crime reduction objectives.|
Acting Lt. M. Reilly
A/Lt. Kevin Reed
The Special Resource Commander is responsible for the deployment of the specialized units to accomplish specific crime reduction objectives:
Lt. Sean Fleming
Area 5 Weekly Crime Statistics
2016 Part I and Part II Crimes reported for the week of . . .
- Apr 25 - May 1
- Apr 18 - 24
- Apr 11 - 17
- Apr 4 - 10
- Mar 28 - Apr 3
- Mar 21 - 27
- Mar 14 - 20
- Mar 7 - 13
- Feb 29 - Mar 6
- Feb 22 - 28
- Feb 15- 21
- Feb 8- 14
- Feb 1-7
- Jan 25 - 31
- Jan 18 - 24
- Jan 11 - 17
- Jan 4 - 10
|Year End Reports|
|2015||End of Year Crime Report|
|2014||2014 Year End Report||excel|
|2013||2013 Year End Report||excel|
ShotSpotter technology helps police fight gun violence, delivering instant, precise and detailed data that alerts them to gunfire and helps them respond more quickly, more safely and more effectively.
For the 2013 ShotSpotter reports, go to the 2013 Crime Statistics page.
Nixle Tweets from Area 5
Neighborhood Services Coordinators, Area 5
Find Your Neighborhood Services Coordinator
If you know what area and neighborhood you live in, you can find your Neighborhood Services Coordinator in the linked table.
(If you do not know, use this map of the City to find what area and beat you live in.)