Monday, September 4, 2017

[Updated] 9th Precinct hosting Sector Safety Summit meetings

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On Wednesday evening, the 9th Precinct is hosting a Sector Charlie Safety Summit at the Community Board 3 offices.

Sector Charlie covers this part of the neighborhood: The north side of East Houston Street to the south side of Seventh Street, from the west side of First Avenue to the east side of Broadway. (Last October, the 9th Precinct started a new initiative called the Neighborhood Coordination Officers — NCO — program. The Precinct is split up into four sectors, with two officers assigned to each sector. Find the sectors and the responsible officers here.)

Per the flyers posted on various front doors within Sector Charlie, this will be:

An open, honest discussion between the local Neighborhood Coordination Officers and the community. We will discuss the NYPD's NCO Program, how it affects you, and any issues going on within your area.

Why should you go?

This is an opportunity to become acquainted with the officers who are directly responsible for your area, and to inform them of any problems that you might be encountering at your home or business.

The meeting is Wednesday night from 6:30-8. The CB3 office is at 59 E. Fourth St. between Second Avenue and the Bowery. (Refreshments will be served!)

Updated 6 p.m.

The 9th Precinct just posted a meeting notice on Twitter for Sector A tomorrow night ...


The NYPD shared info on the other Sector meetings...

• Sector B — Sept. 7 (tomorrow) at 6 p.m. at Campos Plaza (Community Room), 611 E. 13th St.

• Sector D — Sept. 13 at 6 p.m. at the 14th Street Y, 344 E. 14th St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue


Hywel Dda II said...

It would have been a clever move to actually LABEL the 4 sectors on the map!

Anonymous said...

Okay people who post their complaints here-- this is your opportunity to meet with police whose job it is to make things better. I went to their open house for the sector I live in -- not great turnout (poorly publicized?) but those of us who went felt it was valuable and I know of several follow-ups that are addressing long-standing concerns. I strongly urge anyone who has posted a comment in this website about bars, crusties, bicycle issues, traffic etc etc to show up and discuss with the officers. And get their contact info for further follow ups.

Anonymous said...

Haw Haw. Yeah, go there and complain to the police about what the police aren't doing. Make sure you give them your name, address, phone and email. Maybe let them take a selfie with you. Because you never know, if a supervisor sanctions a cop for not doing his or her job, the cop may want to stop by to thank you in the future.