Neighborhood Contact Officers

Neighborhood Contact Officers are available to help solve long term problems that impact neighborhood safety.

If you need police assistance immediately, please call 911!

Email is the best way to contact your NCO! Use the map link below to identify your NCO. Click on their name for a direct email.

What is Community Policing?

Community Policing is both a philosophy and an organizational strategy that allows police and community residents to work closely together in new ways to solve the problems of crime, fear of crime, physical and social disorders, and neighborhood decay.

Goals of Community Policing

  • Maintain or increase public confidence in the Police Department.
  • Decrease fear of crime.
  • Listen to and address citizen concerns.
  • Bring community resources together to solve problems.
  • Impact specific crime problems.
  • Reduce repetitive calls for service.
  • Educate the public about its Police Department.

The Community Policing / Neighborhood Contact Team: 

Locate your NCO: Using * this map *,  find your location and the corresponding reporting district to identify your NCO on this page. Neighborhood Contact Officers are often in the field, so email is the most effective way to contact your NCO.

Area NCO--Days 0800-1800 (M-Th) Email Office #
Day Sargeant Sgt. S. BUTLER 570-6425
A G. BOURGEAU 570-6851
B (West of Mitchell) J. TUCKER 570-6420
D T. WEIR 570-6415
E (Valley) K. WITTMUSS 570-6421
ORC C. EVANS 570-6424
C (Microdistrict) J. SCHIFFLER 570-6419
Refugee Liason  D. ROBINSON 570-6423
Area NCO--Swings 1200-2200 (Tu-F) Email Office #
Swing Sargeant Sgt. M. BRYNGELSON 570-6412
B (East of Mitchell) T. PHILLIPS 570-6413
E (Bench) J. KINCAID 570-6422
Support Staff L. WHITON (days M-Th) 570-6410
      M. CHELDELIN (days M-Th) 570-6400