North Patrol Services
Block Watch training: Block watches are a good tool for neighborhoods to utilize to address crime issues. Sharing information, educating the neighbors and yourself on prevention, requesting city services, police services and current crime trend facts have resulted in suspects being apprehended and quality of life within neighborhoods increased.
House to Watch: You can request to have officers check your house (when calls for service allow) while you are out of town on vacation. You will need to fill out a House to Watch form. Contact the front desk at 437-6200.
Extra Patrol Request: Is a program that NPD uses to address community issues that might happen in the future. If you would like to make a request, contact the front desk at 437-6200.
Not in My Neighborhood: A social norming project in cooperation with the Park Hill Community Drug Task Force. It sends a message to those drinking underage it is not accepted in your neighborhood and also a message to the other neighbors that you support their decision not to allow underage drinking. To get yard signs and more information call 437-6200.
Child Car Seat Inspections: Children’s Mercy Hospital has trained and certified child safety restraint technicians who can teach you how to install your child car seats properly. Appointments only. Please contact 413-2557.
Community Service Workers: KCPD and the Metropolitan Community Service Program have partnered to put misdemeanor court assigned community service hours to work to assist the community with small unskilled projects such as beautifying neighborhood parks. For more information, contact Sara Battles (MCSP Supervisor) at 960-6810.
Crime Free Multi-housing: NPD has an internationally recognized program that teaches landlords best practices on finding good tenants, using good leases and what could be done when tenants go bad. For more information visit www.kccrimefree.com.
Station Tours: Scout tours are available with appointment and will cover your requested topics. They are designed to be informative and entertaining to both the youth and parents. For scheduling, contact the front desk at 437-6200.
Neighborhood Meetings: If you would like an officer to attend your neighborhood meetings to assist you with a crime problem, contact the front desk at 437-6200.
Security Surveys: Want an officer to walk around your house and provide low-cost recommendations on how you can reduce the risk of a burglary? Contact the front desk at 437-6200. We use Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design principals and years of police experience to assist you in target-hardening your home or business.
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