Neighborhood Contact Officers

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 Team

Seargent's oversee and coordinate all community policing activities including the operation of all sub-stations.

Neighborhood Contact Officers: Assigned into specific beat areas and coordinate the Neighborhood Service Teams to work with neighborhood groups. Focus is on problem solving in the neighborhoods and manage long term projects such as Crime Free Multi-Housing.

Locate your NCO: Using * this map* find your location and the corresponding reporting district to identify your NCO on the chart below.

BPD Community Policing Unit (NCO's)

Area

NCO

Office #

Sgt

*M. BRYNGELSON

570-6412

LE Tech

*L. WHITON

570-6410

B1

▪K. WITTMUSS

570-6421

B2

▪T. WEIR

570-6415

B3

*S. KEELY

570-6417

B4

▪W. REIMERS

570-6420

B5

▪M. NANCE

570-6422

Rove

*D. ROBINSON (Refugees)

570-6423

Rove

▪C. EVANS (Retail Theft)

570-6424

Sgt

▪D. JOHNSON 

570-6425

V1

▪G. BOURGEAU

570-6416

V2

▪J. SCHIFFLER

570-6419

V3

Contact Sgt Johnson

 

V4

*J. TUCKER (Graffiti)

570-6418

V5

▪T. PHILLIPS

570-6413

Rove

▪J. GALLOWAY (Alcohol)

426-4499


Admin

▪M. Cheldelin

570-6400

Mon-Thurs

 *Days--8 AM to 6 PM

 

Mon-Thurs

▪Swings-- Noon to 10 PM