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Keep Up with the NCPC

Get regular notices of NCPC meetings, meeting minutes, area crime statistics, and occasional items of interest - sign up for our email list, RockridgeNCPC.  Just click on the link to send a request to subscribe.

Please include a cross street near your property in the sign-up email, so we can be sure we're talking to people in the neighborhood.


When Crime Occurs

Report a crime If you see a crime in progress, call the police!

Only call 911 from a land line!

From a cell phone call 510-777-3211 which routes directly to OPD dispatch. 

To report a crime that has already happened:

Call the non-emergency number 510-777-3333, or fill in OPD's Online Crime Reporting form.  You'll find the link on their Report a Crime page.  We've been warned that the form is easier to fill out on a laptop or desktop than it is on a smartphone.

For MEDICAL OR FIRE EMERGENCIES ONLY, you can call the Fire Department directly at 510-444-1616.  They may respond faster than OPD.

Send OPD an Anonymous Tip

Crime Stoppers of Oakland 
    (510) 777-8572
Firearm Tip Line
    (510) 535-4867
Illegal Drugs
   (510) 238-3784
OPD Sexual Assault Hotline
   (510) 637-0298

Compliment a Cop

Did an officer, or a non-sworn police employee, serve you particularly well?  Would you like to tell their boss you appreciate them?

Compliment an OPD Officer or Employee

Complain about a Cop

Community Police Review Agency

If you recently experienced or witnessed police conduct that you believe was inappropriate or unlawful, please contact CPRA, a City of Oakland agency: 

Phone:  510,238.3159 


Address:  250 Frank Ogawa Plaza, suite 6302 (floor 6), Oakland, CA 94612

Next NCPC Meeting

The Greater Rockridge NCPC meets on the 2nd Thursday of even numbered months:  February, April, June, August, October, and December. 

Next meeting:  Thursday,  June 13, 2024, 7:00 PM, Rockridge Library conference room.

Bi-monthly meeting of the Greater Rockridge Neighborhood Crime Prevention Council.  We'll have brief presentations by the Community Resource Officers, and discussion of local crime and safety issues.

In-person will meet in the library conference room, masks optional.  There will be a hybrid meeting for those who don't want to attend in person. 

Here is the Zoom link for all NCPC meetings through December 2024:

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 827 0920 4888

Passcode: 684165

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Meeting ID: 827 0920 4888

Passcode: 684165

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You can find the agenda for this meeting here.  Email the NCPC at if you have items you'd like to add to the NCPC agenda. 

What Beat do I Live In?

To learn what police beat you're in, check the Police District Locator.  Enter your address and the map will show:

  • what policing area you're in,
  • what beat you're in,
  • the name and meeting address of the local NCPC,
  • dates and times of the meetings,
  • the name and email of the Neighborhood Services Coordinator (NSC)
  • an address where you can reach your beat's Community Resource Officer (CRO)


National Help Lines

Domestic Violence  

1-866-331-9474,  Teens can also text “loveis” to 77054 to reach an advocate.


988 Suicide and Crisis hotline

Available 24x7, call or chat, languages English and Spanish


Ready for Emergencies?

Are you prepared for emergencies?  Do you know what Oakland and Alameda County provide for both dealing with emergencies and responding to emergencies?  Check out our reference page on Emergency Preparedness and see what your options are.


The monthly crime statistics for beats 12Y and 13X, covering July 2022, and June 2022 (revised 8/5/22), are now available on,  under Resources > Crime Stats and Maps > Rockridge Crime Trends 2021-2022.  Here’s a direct link to the page:

Here are direct links to the 2 documents

Crime Stats June 2022 (revised)

Crime Stats July 2022

 There is still a problem with the OPD crime reports data feed – the information I get for our 2 beats on the 5th of a month, for the previous month, is absurdly small.  I can only get full information for a month by waiting an extra month for the download; at that point I get what looks like the crime reports I’m used to seeing for 12Y and 13X.  I’m still trying to find someone in the Oakland IT department to report this to.

June was a much busier month than the original report showed.  Crimes against the person were not very numerous and numbers didn’t change much; there were none in 13X in either report, and 12Y reports increased from 4 to 5.  As usual, our primary issue in the Rockridge beats is property crime and vandalism.  General property crime went from 8 and 2 (12Y and 13X) to 23 and 7.  Auto-related property crimes increased from 11 and 0 to 21 and 1; and quality of life crimes (all vandalism) increased from 17 and 3 to 43 and 11!  The total number of reported crimes from 12Y and 13X increased from 40 and 5 (initial report) to 95 and 19.  The original June report included 2 incidents in 12Y with multiple charges (one burglary with attempted vehicle theft and one tampering with a vehicle plus a dangerous weapon and GBI); the revised June report added a 3rd multiple charge incident (auto burglary and vandalism).

I include a report for July, although as usual it is so skimpy that I know the numbers will increase in early September.  The total number of reported crimes from 12Y and 13X for July was 46 and 8, including no crimes against the person in 13X, and only 1 report of vandalism there.  As usual, the high numbers are in property crime and auto-related property crime – low to middle teens in 12Y and 3-5 in 13X.  Small as it was, the July report included 3 incidents in 12Y with multiple charges (fighting/vandalism/deadly weapon, battery on a spouse or date/dangerous weapon, and burglary/possess burglary tools/felony violation of probation).  I expect these numbers to increase in September.

If any reader has contacts in Oakland’s IT department whom I could talk to, please reach out to me.  I’ve fairly definitely established that this data feed is managed by city IT and not by the Police Department.  Last month I suggested that people might not be reporting some crimes (and I believe that may still be so).  But based on what I’m seeing, there’s definitely some kind of delay in populating reported data into the feed.

Upcoming 2024 Meetings

Meetings are currently hybrid, using Zoom with in-person attendees.

Date Location
June 13, 2024

In person:  Rockridge Library Conference Room.  See the top of this page for the Zoom link for all meetings through December 2024

August 8, 2024

In person:  Rockridge Library Conference Room.  See the top of this page for the Zoom link for all meetings through December 2024

October 10, 2024

In person:  Rockridge Library Conference Room.  See the top of this page for the Zoom link for all meetings through December 2024

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