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Keep Up with the NCPC

Get regular notices of NCPC meetings, meeting minutes, area crime statistics, and occasional items of interest - sign up for our email list, RockridgeNCPC.  Just click on the link to send a request to subscribe.

Please include a cross street near your property in the sign-up email, so we can be sure we're talking to people in the neighborhood.

 

When Crime Occurs

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

Only call 911 from a land line!

From a cell phone call 510-777-3211 which routes directly to OPD dispatch. 

For MEDICAL OR FIRE EMERGENCIES ONLY, you can call the Fire Department directly at 510-444-1616.

To report a crime that has already happened, call the non-emergency number 510-777-3333, 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

Crime Stoppers of Oakland 
    (510) 777-8572
Firearm Tip Line
    (510) 535-4867
Illegal Drugs
   (510) 238-3784
OPD Sexual Assault Hotline
   (510) 637-0298

 

 

Next NCPC Meeting

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

Our next meeting is on Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 7:00 PM. 

Here is the Zoom link for all NCPC meetings through February 2023:

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82709204888?pwd=Y3pFQTlWQ3ZiLzd3d3EyK3dPYmxLdz09

Meeting ID: 827 0920 4888

Passcode: 684165

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+16699006833,,82709204888#,,,,*684165# US (San Jose)

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Meeting ID: 827 0920 4888

Passcode: 684165

Find your local number: https://us06web.zoom.us/u/kdFUhud8qY

You can find the agenda for this meeting here.  Email the NCPC at chair@rockridgencpc.com if you have items you'd like to add to the NCPC agenda. 

What Beat do I Live In?

To learn what police beat you're in, check the Police District Locator.  Enter your address and the map will show:

  • what policing area you're in,
  • what beat you're in,
  • the name and meeting address of the local NCPC,
  • dates and times of the meetings,
  • the name and email of the Neighborhood Services Coordinator (NSC)
  • an address where you can reach your beat's Community Resource Officer (CRO)

 

Don't Pick Up Needles!

We wish we didn't find used hypodermic needles on the sidewalk when we walk around Rockridge; but sometimes we do.  The urge to keep the neighborhood clean is strong, but DON'T pick the needles up!  If you see loose needles lying around, call the Oakland Fire Department Hazmat unit at 510-444-3322.  They will come out and clean up the needles.

Oakland's 911 Registry Program

The City of Oakland 9-1-1 Registry Program allows people with disabilities & senior citizens to provide information about their health & medical needs to the City.  This information is used for the purpose of proving effective & fast emergency services.  Click here for the questionnaire designed to elicit information from individuals with disabilities & senior citizens who wish to participate in the 9-1-1 Registry Program.  The program is free & voluntary to eligible participants.

The purpose of the 9-1-1 Registry is to create a systematic mechanism to identify people who may require special assistance in the event of a disaster. The first component of this system is to create a voluntary, confidential and secure database of frail senior citizens and persons with disabilities, within the 9-1-1 Computer Aided Dispatch System (CAD). This voluntary registry will provide immediate information to fire, medical and law enforcement; 9-1-1 emergency response personnel.  Goals of the Oakland 9-1-1 Disaster Registry for Seniors and Disabled Persons is to create and maintain a 24 hour accessible database of highly vulnerable populations in the City of Oakland, in order to better assist dispatchers and firefighters responding to 9-1-1 calls and provide vital, life safety information to emergency first responders. 

If you have questions about the City of Oakland 9-1-1 Registry Program or need assistance filling out the attached form, please contact the Fire Department Office of Emergency Services by phone at 238-3938.  You can also visit their website at

http://www2.oaklandnet.com/Government/o/OFD/s/EmergencyPreparedness/index.htm

ICE (In Case Of Emergency)

In case of emergency

In Case of Emergency, or ICE, is a program that enables first responders, such as paramedics, firefighters, and police officers, to identify victims and contact their next of kin to obtain important medical information. The program was conceived in the mid-2000s and promoted by British paramedic Bob Brotchie in May 2005.[1] It encourages people to enter emergency contacts in their cell phone address book under the name "ICE". Alternately, a person can list multiple emergency contacts as "ICE1", "ICE2", etc. The popularity of the program has spread across Europe, and has started to grow into North America.[citation needed]

Read more: ICE (In Case Of Emergency)

Upcoming 2021-2022 Meetings

We expect meetings to be virtual, using Zoom, until further notice, depending on the course of the pandemic.

Date Location
August 11, 2022

See the top of this page for the Zoom link for all meetings through February 2023

October 13, 2022

See the top of this page for the Zoom link for all meetings through February 2023

December 8, 2022

See the top of this page for the Zoom link for all meetings through February 2023

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