A message from our Commanding Officer Deputy Inspector John Cappelmann
Welcome to the Ninth Precinct Community Council’s Website. This website is intended to be informative and serve as a resource to the community.
I encourage you to take advantage of the information offered.
The Ninth Precinct is committed to working together with the community in order to Reduce crime, Improve the overall quality of life with in our community, and build better Community relations.
In my opinion the most effective tool we have to accomplish these goals are to keep open existing lines of communication as well as establish new one.
The Ninth Precinct can better serve the community if we are kept informed about the condition’s that concern the community. The information we gain from you enables the Ninth Precinct to better serve the community by directing the necessary resources at the problem brought to our attention. It is difficult to address the problems that we may not be aware exist. We need your input in order to continue to make this community a great place to live, work and entertain.
The monthly Ninth Precinct Community Council meetings are a great place to express your concerns, speak directly to members of the Ninth Precinct, and meet other members of the community.
I encourage you to attend these meetings and see first hand how a strong community can accomplish much more by working together.
MESSAGE: Please be advisied that the Precinct Phone lines are having some difficulty. to reach the front desk or to leave a message for Community Affairs Please dial (212) 477-7811
PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE NEW TRAFFIC PATTERNS ON FIRST AND SECOND AVENUE.
The Department of Transportation has installed new bike and bus lanes both on 1st-and 2nd Avenue, we are asking pedstrians to use extreme caution when crossing these intersections, look both way for in coming vehicular traffic. And bike riders that may be traveling the opposite direction. if you have any questions concerning these new bike and bus lanes please call 311.
A Note from the President of the Community Council Neil Barsky:
I wish to report to the community that last season’s public meetings were a great success. We had a full turnout at every meeting. Public meetings provide a friendly and open forum for the community residents to voice their concerns and to learn about what is going on in their neighborhood.
While you are on this website, be sure to check the Events Page.
How about bringing a neighbor along to the next meeting.
Ninth Precinct Community Council Board Members
President Neil Barsky
1st Vice President Pam Schon
Assistant Secretary Scott Benford
Treasurer Krystyna Szabunka
Sgt-at- Arms Sam Jacobs
Police and Community Working Together” The Community Affairs Bureau would like to encourage everyone in the community to attend their local monthly Precinct Community Council Meetings. Our goal is to continue strengthening the relationships we have with the communities we serve. Community members are our partners in reducing crime and improving the quality of life in our neighborhoods. We also encourage you to visit our website regularly. Go to www.nyc.gov/nypd (Click on “Community Affairs” link), you can subscribe to a free e-newsletter and receive up-to-date information on events: find out what is happening in your community, receive crime prevention tips, as well as obtain information about the Community Affairs Bureau, such as the Youth Services and Crime Prevention Sections, our Community Outreach Units and much more. Feel free to email us with any questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.