|COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING|
|Community policing is committed to interacting with the public in non-crisis situations, thereby meeting a wide variety of people subsequently tapping into a substantial resource to share crime control efforts. The program consist of eight law enforcement officers and one working supervisor. The eight officers are divided into two teams and alternate work days. Each officer is assigned a primary and secondary neighborhood. Neighborhoods are closely monitored by officers conducting consistent but unpredictable walking patrols. Officers on foot accost and encourage concerned residence to be forth coming with concerns and issues. Officers specialize in detecting things that are abnormal or inconsistent with in the neighborhoods. Such incidents may prompt officers to conduct inquiring Interviews with anyone who may be affiliated. Volunteers from each community also participate in a beat management program acting as an extension of law enforcement awareness. Persons involved in the program gather all non-emergency information and relinquish same to their assigned community policing officer. All emergency situations are to be reported to the PMO. CP officers may be contacted during day light hours (7) seven days a week through neighborhood offices or through PMO.|
HOUSE WATCH PROGRAM
If you reside in on-post housing and are going to be away for an extended period you may enroll in the House Watch program. Contact your community police officer or the Police Desk to have your house added to the list.
IMPORTANT When you return ensure that you notify the Police Desk, so that your quarters can be removed from the list.
The Community Police are located in Bldg #4918 at the intersection of Louisiana Ave and Magnolia Ave.