Neighborhood Coordination Officer (NCO) meetings
January 30 @ 6:00 PM - March 26 @ 7:00 PM
With neighborhood policing, Neighborhood Coordination Officers (NCOs), and the Steady Sector Officers who work with them, have been given more time and opportunity to collaborate with residents in identifying and solving local quality of life conditions and crime concerns. The same officers are assigned to the same communities each day, so these officers learn the neighborhood, its challenges and potential, and the people who call it home or place of work.
This is a new way of doing business for the NYPD and the department needs your help to make it successful. NYPD wants to hear from a broad range of voices about what it will take to make all of the residents and workers in a neighborhood feel safe and secure.
Learn more about neighborhood policing and the NCO program
Upcoming NCO Meetings
The 84th and 88th precincts have scheduled the following meetings with NCOs, January-March 2020.
84C — Tuesday, March 24, 6:00 pm; DeKalb Market Hall, 445 Albee Square West
88B — Thursday, January 30; 7:00 pm; Clinton Hill Cooperative Apartments,325 Clinton Avenue
Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities
For accommodations for any disability, please contact Lieutenant Zaka Rehman at 718-875-6811 or email@example.com at least 72 hours prior to the NCO meeting.
Connect With Your NCOs
Patrol and Housing Bureau Pages
Each precinct’s page on nyc.gov lists the names and email addresses for the NCO supervisor and the Neighborhood Coordination Officers for each sector or NYCHA development.
Transit Bureau Look-Up Tool
The main page for the NYPD Transit Bureau has a look-up tool that allows subway riders to learn the names and email addresses for the NCOs assigned to any station in the system.