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
- How To Organize Your Block – Step-by-step guide
- How To 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 Comparative Analysis, Heat Maps
- Private Security Camera Testing Results Apr-Sept 2018
- Crime Victim Advocacy Services
- Automotive GPS Trackers & Cellphone Locators Track your property remotely
- 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
- Monday, Sept 17 – 7:30 pm – Art Studio, 5949 Kingsbury
- Monday, Jan 29 – 7:00 pm – SDCC Office, 6008 Kingsbury Avenue
- 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