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When Crime Occurs

If you see a crime in progress, call the police!

Only call 911 from a land line!

From a cell phone call 777-3211 which routes directly to OPD dispatch.

To report a crime that has already happened, call the non-emergency number 777-3333, or fill in OPD's Online Crime Reporting form.  You'll find the link on their Report a Crime page.

Send OPD an Anonymous Tip

Text TIP OAKLANDPD to 888777 from your cell phones

Call OPD's Tip Watch hotline at 855-TIPS-247

From a computer or smartphone:
https://local.nixle.com/tip/alert/4940239

Next NCPC Meeting

The Greater Rockridge NCPC meets on the 2nd Thursday of even numbered months:  February, April, June, August, October, and December.  Next meeting:

Date: December 14, 2017
Time:  7:30 PM
Location:  Rockridge Library, College and Manila.

The NCPC does not meet in November; see you in December.  The December meeting will include a burglary prevention workshop.

Email the NCPC at chair@rockridgencpc.com if you have items you'd like to add to the NCPC agenda.  Click here to see the current agenda.

What Beat do I Live In?

To find out what beat you live in, enter your address at this link:

Find Your Beat

Find Your Beat is provided by OpenOakland.

To see a map of all of Oakland's police beats, check the Police District Locator.

About Those Car Burglaries

I'd like to quote from today's column by Matier & Ross, in the San Francisco Chronicle:

What goes into the official crime stats?  Police responses and victims' reports.  A 911 call with no followup doesn't count.

Since Matier & Ross are in San Francisco, this is almost certainly San Francisco policy.  I don't know if it is also Oakland policy.  How much do we want to bet that Oakland doesn't use this policy?

Consider that.  You find that your car was broken into, or your house was burgled.  You call OPD (not 911 - call 510-777-3211, because this crime is over and done with.  911 is for crimes in progress.)  and tell the dispatcher.  You may even get an incident number.  If you don't also go to the police web site and report the crime online, there will be no record.  It never happened.

The crime reporting link is on the top of the front page of the Greater Rockridge NCPC web site.  I check it from time to time to make sure they haven't moved it somewhere else.  If you are the victim of a non-violent crime, use this link to report it to the police so it will be counted when they next assign personnel to areas of the city.

Crime Statistics for February 2017

The monthly crime statistics for February 2017, for beats 12Y and 13X, are now available on http://rockridgencpc.com, under Resources > Crime Stats and Maps > Rockridge Crime Trends 2017-2018.  Click here to see the page,

Here’s a direct link to the document:   http://tinyurl.com/hppobnz

Crime Report at April 2016 Meeting

At the April 2016 meeting of the Greater Rockridge Neighborhood Crime Prevention Council, our Community Resource Officer, Anthony Hutzol, did a short presentation with definitions of some commonly misunderstood terms, status of some homeless issues, and an evaluation of crime trends in Oakland's District 2 (North Oakland) over the last 3 years, emphasizing trends in robbery and aggravated assault, plus burglary and grand theft.  Read the presentation yourself at this link:

April 2016 Meeting Presentation

Some of the slides refer to crimes by the Penal Code section number.  If you don't recognize the code, you can check most of them on our web site page Penal Codes Used in Crime Stats.

Upcoming 2017-2018 Meetings

 

Date Location
December 14, 2017 Rockridge Library, College & Manila
February 8, 2018 Rockridge Library, College & Manila (tentative)
April 12, 2018 Rockridge Library, College & Manila (tentative)
June 14, 2018 Rockridge Library, College & Manila (tentative)

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