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Missing your local blotter? The long-standing tradition of station houses giving local reporters access to incident reports for blotters was abruptly halted in early December by NYPD headquarters and since then only six of the precincts we cover have resumed cooperating. If you would like your local precinct to provide crime report information to our reporters, you can make your views known to your precinct’s community affairs officer or attend its next community council meeting. Contact community affairs to confirm when the next meeting will be.

60th Precinct

Commanding Officer: Dep. Inspector James Rooney

Community Affairs: (718) 946–3328

The 60th Precinct Community Council meets every third Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm in the 60th Precinct station house at 2951 W. Eighth St.

61st Precinct

Commanding Officer: Captain John M. Chell

Community Affairs: (718) 627–6847

The 61st Precinct Community Council meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm in the Sephardic Community Center at 1901 Ocean Ave.

63rd Precinct

Commanding Officer: Dep. Inspector John Rowell

Community Affairs: (718) 258–4444

The 63rd Precinct Community Council meets on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 8 pm in the Kings Plaza Mall Community Room.

69th Precinct

Commanding Officer: Captain Norman Grandstaff

Community Affairs: (718) 257–6205

The 69th Precinct Community Council meets on the last Tuesday of every month at 8 pm in the 69th Precinct station house at 2951 W. Eighth St. or Saint Alban’s Church at 9408 Farragut Rd.

78th Precinct

Commanding Officer: Dep. Inspector Michael Ameri

Community Affairs: (718) 636–6410

The 78th Precinct Community Council meets on the last Tuesday of every month at 7:30 pm at the 78th Precinct station house at 65 Sixth Ave.

84th Precinct

Commanding Officer: Captain Maximo Tolentino

Community Affairs: (718) 875–6850

The 84th Precinct Community Council meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm. The location varies, so contact the precinct’s community affairs officer.

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Reasonable discourse

Jane Thompson from lefferts gardens says:
There has been a lot of crime or what seems to be crime recently in my neighborhood. I want to be able to know more about what's real vs. perception.
Jan. 24, 2014, 10:41 pm
Jole Carliner from Kensington says:
66 Pct is continuing to send me a 28-day report of felony crimes committed in Kensington, which the Pct puts together. Its report doesn't describe every crime, although it does cite a figure for crimes committed in that category (ie grand larceny; burglarly, etc) I have never had access to its records. The report is posted in KENSINGTON BK.
Jan. 25, 2014, 11:49 am

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