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The Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council

Safety and security
The application of public services to reduce crime, prevent damage due to fire, and improve the quality of life in Prospect Heights.

78th Precinct Community Council meeting

Start Date: 
February 27, 2018 - 7:30pm
Categories
Topic : 
Safety and security
Sponsored By: 
78th Precinct Community Council
Location: 
78th Precinct Station House
65 Sixth Avenue at Bergen Street
United States
Description: 

The 78th Precinct Community Council is a citizen group that meets with police officials to exchange mutual views and seek ways to solve local problems. Join your neighbors to discuss quality of life issues, learn about the NYPD's latest crime and traffic enforcement efforts, and get to know your local police officers.

Contact PO Brian Laffey, Community Affairs Officer, at (718) 636-6410 for additional information.

Open to: 
General public

78th Precinct Community Council meeting

Start Date: 
January 30, 2018 - 7:30pm
Categories
Topic : 
Safety and security
Sponsored By: 
78th Precinct Community Council
Location: 
78th Precinct Station House
65 Sixth Avenue Corner of Bergen Street
United States
Description: 

The NYPD 78th Precinct is responsible for policing Prospect Heights west of Vanderbilt Avenue. The 78th Precinct Community Council is a citizen group that meets with police officials to exchange mutual views and seek ways to solve local problems. Join your neighbors to discuss quality of life issues, learn about the NYPD's latest crime and traffic enforcement efforts, and get to know your local police officers.

Contact PO Brian Laffey, Community Affairs Officer at (718) 636-6410 for additional information.

Open to: 
General public

78th Precinct Community Council Meeting

Start Date: 
October 24, 2017 - 7:30pm
Categories
Topic : 
Safety and security
Sponsored By: 
78th Precinct Community Council
Location: 
78th Precinct station house
65 Sixth Avenue (at Bergen Street)
United States
Description: 

The 78th Precinct Community Council is a citizen group that meets with police officials to exchange mutual views and seek ways to solve local problems. Join your neighbors to discuss quality of life issues, learn about the NYPD's latest crime and traffic enforcement efforts, and get to know your local police officers.

Contact PO Brian Laffey, Community Affairs Officer at (718) 636-6410 for additional information.

Please note that the meeting day has been changed from the usual time (the last Tuesday of each month) at the request of the NYPD, due to the Halloween holiday.

Open to: 
General public

Neighborhood Coordinator Officer Program info session

Start Date: 
October 17, 2017 - 6:30pm
Categories
Topic : 
Safety and security
Sponsored By: 
New York City Police Department
Location: 
Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway
United States
Description: 

The NYPD invites community members to find out about the Neighborhood Coordinator Officer program commencing shortly within the 78th Precinct. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with NCO Officers assigned to their neighborhoods who will answer any questions they may have.

Doors open at 6:30PM and the meeting will begin at 7:00PM sharp. Light refreshments will be served.

Please RSVP by October 11 with the number of attendees to Jerry.Galante@NYPD.org.

Open to: 
General public (RSVP required)

Safety Town Hall

Start Date: 
October 26, 2017 - 6:00pm
Categories
Topic : 
Traffic and transit
Safety and security
Sponsored By: 
P.S. 9 PTO
Location: 
P.S. 9
80 Underhill Avenue
United States
Description: 

P.S. 9 PTO will host a Safety Town Hall meeting in response to an October 2 incident in which a student, her father and younger brother were struck by a driver on St. Marks Avenue near the the school.

Open to: 
General public

Is Prospect Heights ready for an emergency? PHNDC volunteers and interns want to find out

Posted: August 15, 2017 - 4:06pm

The PHNDC Emergency Disaster Management (EDM) Committee has been actively building its outreach and knowledge of community preparedness since its establishment in May. Committee members believe that our community needed to know what resources and needs exist in Prospect Heights with respect to disaster preparedness. So, they started with the basics.

In partnership with the Brooklyn Neighborhood Improvement Association, the committee launched its first activity in July, conducting a door-to-door survey of commerical enterprises and many multifamily residential buildings in Prospect Heights. Through the BNIA, 12 Summer Youth Employment Program interns worked with PHNDC to conduct one of the largest disaster preparedness surveys done by community-based groups in NYC. The survey was drafted and designed by members of the EDM committee and continuously improved by the interns as they went door to door. The survey was also extended to selected commercial avenues in Crown Heights later in the summer. The initiative drew upon the elements of Community Assessment/Preparedness Planning toolkit offered by the City of New York Office of Emergency Management.