Neighborhood Crime Prevention Councils (NCPCs) 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.

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Your local NCPC corresponds to the police beat you reside in. The Havenscourt neighborhood area has a total of four different police beats: 27Y, 29X, 30X, and 30Y. The majority of Havenscourt residents live in the 30X and 27Y beats.

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.

City Representatives

The City of Oakland assigns each NCPC a Community Resource Officer (CRO) and a Neighborhood Services Coordinator (NSC).

Community Resource Officer (CRO)

The CRO…

  • Attends NCPC meetings
  • Engages in problem-solving projects
  • Serves as the NCPC’s liaison with city service teams
  • Leads enforcement projects
  • Coordinates with other OPD patrol and professional staff

Neighborhood Services Coordinator (NSC)

The NSC…

  • Helps residents work together on issues that are important to them in their neighborhoods
  • Helps identify leaders and participants for NCPCs and Neighborhood Watch
  • Help NCPC leaders access the City of Oakland and other agencies so they will be more responsive to their neighborhood needs.

Beat 30X NCPC Details


Beat 30X stretches from 66th Ave to 82nd Ave and from International Blvd to Bancroft Ave. It covers the Arroyo Viejo Neighborhood along with part of Havenscourt.


We meet on the second Thursday of every month via Zoom from 6 pm – 7:30 pm.

To attend an upcoming meeting, register here.

City Representatives

The CRO for Beat 30X is Rio Delmoral

The NSC for Beat 30X is Judith Christopher (510) 238-6566

More Information

For more on Beat 30X, visit or email

Beat 27Y NCPC Details


Beat 27Y is a roughly triangular area whose corners are the following intersections:

  • Bancroft Ave & International Blvd
  • 66th Ave & Bancroft Ave
  • 66th Ave & International Blvd


Beat 27Y meetings are scheduled for the Last Thursday of each month.

City Representatives

To contact the CRO for Beat 27Y, email

The NSC for Beat 27Y is Judith Christopher (510) 238-6566

More Information

For more on Beat 27Y, visit their Facebook page or email

Neighborhood Watch

The Neighborhood Watch program enables neighbors and the Oakland Police Department (OPD) to collaborate to deter crime. Starting a Neighborhood Watch is easy and helps bring neighbors together.

Click the resources below for more information: