Become a neighborhood hero!
As a block captain, you get to know your neighbors and build partnerships with the police and city government. By organizing a neighborhood watch, business watch, or apartment watch, you serve as a leader for your block and encourage neighborhood involvement. Signing up as a block captain is rewarding and assists crime prevention efforts.
Resident Leads – Molly Mulcahy & Cristina McGroarty
- Current Block Captains
- Blocks That Need Captains
- Forming a Block Unit? Click for Forms
- Organize Your Block Unit – Step-by-step guide
- Organize Block Party
Security Cameras In Neighborhood
Register your private security camera here.
You may be asked to share footage with law enforcement to provide physical descriptions or create a timeline of events.
- Neighborhood Crime Data Produced by SDCC & Washington University
- Private Security Camera Testing Results Apr-Sept 2018
- Crime Victim Advocacy Services
- Automotive GPS Trackers & Cellphone Locators Track your property remotely
Crime Data, external sources
- Skinker DeBaliviere, Crime Reports.com
- St. Louis Metropolitan Police Dept Crime Data – Official Crime Statistics
- Citizens Service Bureau – Report suspicious properties or hazards, When to call
- Nuisance Reporting – Guide on reporting nuisance activity to police
2018 Block Captain Meetings – Scheduled as needed
- Tuesday, March 26, 2019 – 6:30pm – SDCC Office, 6008 Kingsbury Ave
- Monday, Sept 17, 2018 – 7:30 pm – Art Studio, 5949 Kingsbury
- Monday, Jan 29, 2018 – 7:00 pm – SDCC Office, 6008 Kingsbury Ave
- All blocks
- Captains and interested parties
- People who want to support Captains on their block
- Find other neighbors that want to help you
- Set-up Block Unit meeting and trainings
- Create text, email/contact lists for their blocks
- Coordinate crime alerts for your block
- Share crime prevention information and strategies
- Deliver newspapers and flyers
- Help plan fun block events that build and strengthen relationships
Good reasons to get involved:
- Block units organize fun events too!
- The more you know and interact with your neighbors, the safer you will become.
- There cannot be a law enforcement officer on every corner, so
citizen involvement is essential to combat crime.
- You and your neighbors are the ones who really know what is
going on in your community.
- By cooperating with each other and the police, people can help fight
crime in their community in the most effective way – before it begins!
Learn more by contacting us today
- Call SDCC office at 314.862.5122