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Formerly known as Neighborhood Crime Prevention Council (NCPC)
This neighborhood-level program brings community members together by beat to work in partnership with the Oakland Police Department to solve problems that lead to crime. Neighborhood Councils emphasize leadership development, skill building, and strengthening relationships among residents. There are 53 Neighborhood Councils in the City.
For more information, please contact (510) 986-2715.
Click here for a list of frequently asked questions about Neighborhood Councils (a.k.a. NCPCs).
Role of Neighborhood Services Coordinator
Neighborhood Services Coordinators (NSCs) are assigned to each of the 57 community policing beats in Oakland. They help residents work together and in partnership with the Police and other City departments.
Neighborhood Councils (NCPCs) have been established in each community policing beat so residents can get to know each other, identify problems, and work together to solve those problems.
Neighborhood Councils are part of Oakland’s community policing program (see City Council Resolution 79235).