WHAT's NEW on the WEBSITE?
2015 Spring Citizens Police Academy
NEIGHBORS BRING CRIME RATES DOWN - SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITIES
Code Enforcement Complaint Form
Neighborhood Witness Log
Door-to-Door Solicitors and Strangers in the Neighborhood
You DON'T have to answer your door!
No soliciting sign
Vendors and Solicitors CITY OF SANTA CRUZ MUNICIPAL CODE.pdf
How to Give Descriptions
911 Center Diagrams of PERSONS and VEHICLES
Descriptions of PERSONS
WATCH Sign Process
This is one way to accomplish Neighborhood Watch Signs. You can order the standard signs and information is also on this website - just search for Neighborhood Watch Signs.
JOIN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD informational email list by going to "Neighborhoods" TAB OR JOIN NEXTDOOR.com
Keeping Illegal Activity Out of Rental Property
Tracking crime in our Community -
Sign up for Crime Reports
There are 17 different crimes to track!
Resources TAB - new information and updating now on Drug Prevention and Education, Best Practices
Contact Santa Cruz Neighbors if you are interested in COURT WATCH - following certain cases and learning more about our local court system
Misdemeanor Court Process
Felony Court Process
AUTO BURGLARY PREVENTION TIPS
RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY PREVENTION TIPS
VEHICLE THEFT PREVENTION TIPS
Crime TAB updated
Santa Cruz Police Dept. Trespass Letter.pdf
Mostly for Businesses when they are not present on property
Sign up for Smart Phone APPS with SCPD
Santa Cruz Police Department has released an iPhone and Smart Phone app that will let you get your Nixle alerts, crime maps, scanner feeds and more on your phone for free#
Sign up for NIXLE with SCPD
Crime Page under Gangs - Gang Prevention Information for Parents in Spanish & English
WHAT IS A NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION?
Do you want your voice to be heard?
Do you want to know what is happening in your neighborhood?
A Neighborhood Association is comprised of a group of residents and business representatives who devote their time and energy to improve and enhance a well-defined geographic area where they and others live. Neighborhood association meetings, like earlier town meetings, provide a place to meet neighbors, exchange ideas, prioritize projects, propose solutions and implement plans for the neighborhood. Most neighborhood associations are concerned with issues that affect the quality of life in the community.