Neighborhood Officer Program
The City of San Luis Obispo Police Department has created a Neighborhood
Officer Program that divides the city into 13 distinct neighborhoods.
The objective of the Neighborhood Officer Program is to identify
community issues, concerns, problems and crime trends which have long
term quality of life issues.
The Neighborhood Officer will act as a liaison between the Police
Department, the community, and a variety of city agencies.
The Neighborhood Officer will also:
with public education, crime
neighborhood specific problems and help with coordination of other city
Be expected to seek out and identify issues, with solutions, within
their assigned neighborhood
Track neighborhood problems and crimes that affect the overall quality
of life in a neighborhood and require repeated patrol response.
If you have a crime to report call your Emergency Communications Center
at 781-7317, option 2 or in the event of an Emergency dial 9-1-1.
map for more information.
As an additional resource to the Neighborhood Officer Program this map
identifies reported offenses (by month) that are of high interest to our
citizens. The seven categories of offenses shown are: