Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Here's the rest of the 9th Precinct's Sector Safety Summit schedule

Back on Monday, I noted that the 9th Precinct was hosting Sector Safety Summits for East Village residents.

The background: Last fall, the 9th Precinct and NYPD  started a new initiative called the Neighborhood Coordination Officers (NCO) program. The 9th Precinct is split up into four sectors, with two officers assigned to each sector. (Find the sectors and the responsible officers here.)

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

• Sector C — Sept. 6 (tonight) at 6 at the Community Board 3 office (Conference Room), 59 E. Fourth St. between Second Avenue and the Bowery

• 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

The Sector A meeting was last night. The doors open at 6, and there will be refreshments. The meetings start at 6:30 p.m.

Use this map to find out what Sector you're in, and what meeting you should attend.

The NYPD is billing these as "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."

And: "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."


Anonymous said...

Kudos to 9th Pct! In the past attended such forums and found it useful.Precinct Captain deserves much credit.

Anonymous said...

Yesterday's Sector A meeting began much earlier than scheduled, and finished by 6:45. Some of CB3 also attended and spoke.i

Anonymous said...

Oh please. Talk is cheap. Complaining on, 311 or to the 9th Pct. is useless. Buddying up to bar owners is their main job responsibility. Let's hear about some actions taken after citizen complaints. Go ahead ... I'm waiting.

Anonymous said...

This is embarrassing, but I can't figure out how to find out which cop reps my sector. I put my address in that map, and it shows my area, but it doesn't list any letter or info. Help? Anyone know how to use this thing?

Anonymous said...

@11:35am: Here's how to use it: put in your address and click the blue box that says "find your meeting". After you do that, look at the purple box below the blue box - when I do that I see "Sector: 9D East Village" and it gives the date, address & time for the Sector D meeting.