The NYPD’s Build the Block program is committed to building mutual respect and stronger lines of communication between police officers and the communities they serve through neighborhood policing.
WHAT IS NEIGHBORHOOD POLICING?
Neighborhood policing is a new direction of the NYPD to ensure police have real relationships and accountability in the neighborhoods where they work each day. Each neighborhood in the program is assigned a new type of police officer known as Neighborhood Coordination Officers (NCOs).
These officers are hosting Build the Block safety meetings to jump start the dialogue between cops and community members to create real working relationships.
That’s where you come in–by attending these meetings and joining the conversation, you can help contribute to a safer, stronger New York.
August 8, Meeting time 4:30 (4:00 pm for refreshments)
St. Anthony of Padua Church (the Hall) – 155 Sullivan Street, New York, NY 10012
First Precinct | Sector D
Serving the SoHo and Hudson Square neighborhoods
Hosted by Police Officers Michael Erdman and Police Officer Donald Dermody
Join the conversation about what you want from police in your community so we can build a stronger and safer New York.