About NYPD Precints Community Council

Originally established in the 1940's, Precinct Community Councils are forums that provide on-going, direct communication between the police and community.  Community members meet regularly with the precinct Commanding Officer and Community Affairs Officers to discuss and find solutions to public-safety problems in their neighborhood. There are 86 councils citywide, including one in each precinct and each housing Police Service Area.  Meetings are held once per month and open to the public and your attendance is encouraged.  To find out more information about the precinct community council meetings, such as the times, dates, and the locations of meetings, please visit the links below.
www.cppcommunitycouncil.org


 The Central Park Precinct Community Council meeting are held at 7pm at the Central Park Precinct, 86th Street & Transverse Road.
Meetings will be held the second Wednesday of the month during the following months: September, November, January, March, May and June. Please check this website prior to the Council meetings, dates are subject to change. PLEASE NOTE ANY DATE CHANGES!!!!!!! 







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