Get To Know About The Neighborhood Crime Prevention Council (NCPC)

“What we all want is public safety. We don’t want rhetoric that’s framed though ideology.”

– Kamala Harris

Neighborhood Crime Prevention Councils (NCPC’s) are made up of Oakland residents working in partnership with the Oakland Police Department and other city agencies to address ongoing problems in their neighborhoods. The NCPC that you reside in is determined by the police beat you reside in. The Havenscourt neighborhood area has a total of four different police beats: 27Y, 29X, 30X, and 30Y, with the majority of Havenscourt residents within the 30X beat. Click here to learn more about neighborhood crime prevention councils.

Click here to see which police beat you live in and to get information about your NCPC contacts and meeting dates.

The map below outlines the police beat areas within the Havenscourt neighborhood. Click for a larger image.

Details about the 30X NCPC

What is a  Community Resource Officer (CRO)? A CRO engages in problem solving projects and attends NCPC meetings. They serve as the liaison with city service teams, lead enforcement projects, and coordinate with other OPD patrol and professional staff.  Beat Community Resource Officer (CRO): Rio Delmoral /

What is a Neighborhood Services Coordinator (NSC)? A NSC helps residents work together on issues that are important to them in their neighborhoods. We envision that every block is organized, and every neighbor is skilled, networked, and empowered to work together and in partnership with the City and outside agencies to solve problems and build a healthy, resilient community. Beat Neighborhood Services Coordinator (NSC): Judith Christopher or (510) 238-6566

30X Beat Boundaries: 66th Ave to 82nd Ave and International Blvd to Bancroft Ave

When does the 30X NCPC meet? Please join us on the second Thursday of every month at the Oakland Police Department Eastmont Mall Station or via Zoom from 6 pm – 7:30 pm. Register for the Zoom meetings by filling out this form.

Neighborhood Watch: A Neighborhood Watch bring neighbors and the Oakland Police Department (OPD) together with the goal of deterring crime. Starting a Neighborhood watch is easy and helps bring neighbors together. Click the resources below for more information: