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The Community Services Bureau is comprised of a Lieutenant, Sergeant and four (4) Area Coordinators.  Each Area Coordinator is assigned to a specific area of the city.  The Area Coordinators act as liaisons to the patrol officers in their assigned Area and collaborate with other City Departments or community organizations to solve long-term problems.

The general team/office line is (510) 981-5806. The team members spend at least half of their time in the field throughout the week doing special projects and attending meetings.

SgtRodrigues

Supervisor and Special Events Liaison 

Sergeant Veronica Rodrigues #S-24 

(510) 981-5821

   

 OfcMcDougall

Area 1 - Beats 1, 2, 3 and 16 

Officer Alex McDougall #77

(510) 981-5773

  Area 2 - Beats 6, 7, 8, and 9 

Officer Jessica Perry #16

(510) 981-5778

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Area 3 - Beats 4, 5, 10, 11, and 12 

 Officer George Schikore #13

(510) 981-5772

   

 OfcHartley

Area 4 - Beats 13, 14, and 15 

Officer Brian Hartley #22

(510) 981-5774

This position is considered a special assignment and BPD officers must interview and are selected for these roles.  The Area Coordinators work collaboratively with their respective area beat officers under the direction of his/her assigned Area Commander. They research special projects, attend community & Neighborhood Watch meetings, regularly exchange information with the patrol officers who work your beat and neighborhood and participate in dialogue through phone calls and emails. 

The Area Coordinators also work collaboratively with City of Berkeley staff to problem solve neighborhood issues. The Neighborhood Watch (NW)  program is a coordinated effort between several city departments and actively involved NW groups throughout the city.  Neighborhoods have historically participated and assisted the police department with information regarding  new crime trends in their areas.  The information provided by community members to our officers is invaluable, resourceful and encouraged.

    

 
 
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