Tips provided by the CHCPID Safety Committee

Neighborhood Safety:

We asked Detective Palmer for suggestions on Crime Prevention. “We forget the obvious”, he said. “Locking car doors keeps valuables safe AND petty thieves will not continue to canvas areas that are secured.” As a neighborhood initiative, continue to lock your car doors. Immediately report suspicious activities to 225 389 2000 (emergencies call 911). Crime District private patrols are regularly in the area, improving officer response times. Street Safety and

 

Feel free to share comments for the Safety Committee to contact@chcpid.org. Capital Height Crime Prevention and Improvement District was established with dedicated funds from property taxes. The Purpose of the CHCPID is “to promote and encourage security and the overall betterment of the areas within the District’s jurisdiction”.The CHCPID Safety Committee was created as an arm of CHCPID to “identify areas of need and execute solutions to safety issues within the District”. You are receiving this as one of the committee’s objectives – to communicate safety issues and solutions with residents. CHCPID is separate from the Capital Heights Neighborhood Association which is funded by voluntary annual dues. CHNA was instrumental in establishing CHCPID but operates with a separate mission and funding. Follow and join CHNA on Facebook.

 

​Law Enforcement and Community Partners:

Capital Heights Crime Prevention and Improvement District has a police patrol budget. Many of the marked or unmarked police cars in our neighborhood are part of this initiative. Some of the same officers regularly patrol and may be familiar. Feel free to speak with these officers and get to know our law enforcement professionals. Their presence is another resource and deterrent to protect our community.

 

Resources:

Emergencies

Call 911

 

Non-Emergency – report an incident, crime or suspicious activities

Baton Rouge Police Department 389-2000

 

Citizen Request for Service – garbage/recycle, debris, sinkholes, drainage, broken street light, etc.

Call 311 or 389-3090 or download RedStick311 App

 iTunes

Google Play

 

Street Lights Out

Use the link above or got to www.Entergy-Louisiana.com/your_home. Look for Residential Main Page on the left and click Report Street Lights Out

 

CHCPID.ORG

Sign up for monthly neighborhood updates

 

Capital Height Crime Prevention and Improvement District was established with dedicated funds from property taxes. The Purpose of the CHCPID is “to promote and encourage security and the overall betterment of the areas within the District’s jurisdiction”.

 

The CHCPID Safety Committee was created as an arm of CHCPID to “identify areas of need and execute solutions to safety issues within the District”. You are receiving this as one of the committee’s objectives – to communicate safety issues and solutions with residents.

 

CHCPID is separate from the Capital Heights Neighborhood Association which is funded by voluntary annual dues. CHNA was instrumental in establishing CHCPID but operates with a separate mission and funding. Follow and join CHNA on Facebook.

 

If you did not receive this post in your email and would like to, please complete the form at the bottom of our homepage at www.chcpid.org.

 

If you would like special attention be given to your property or other issue in our neighborhood, please visit the "Request Service" page to alert our board and Detective Palmer

 

If you experience issues that deserve the attention of our patrols, please report them as soon as possible to Contact@CHCPID.org so we may begin creating a timeline of issues that will help us better schedule our patrols in the future.

 

If you have any questions, comments, compliments, or concerns, please email Contact@CHCPID.org and we will address them in a timely manner.

 

If you would like to donate funds towards supporting the CHCPID, please visit https://www.chcpid.org/donate.