Neighborhood Contact Officer

Neighborhood Contact Officers are available to help solve long-term problems impacting neighborhoods

If you have an emergency and need police assistance immediately, please call 911

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Neighborhood Contact Officers (NCO’s) focus on finding long-term solutions to neighborhood problems. They have the time and expertise to work with community members and use creative problem-solving and proactive efforts to solve concerns and make neighborhoods safer. Officers perform duties consistent with community-oriented policing and build relationships with neighborhood groups, businesses, and other local and state agencies in the areas they serve. Boise Police Community Liaison Officers also work in the NCO unit and connect with community members in need of additional assistance.

NCOs work with community partners to identify and address topics such as:

  • Narcotics issues
  • Alcohol issues
  • Graffiti
  • Theft
  • Traffic complaints
  • Neighbor disputes
  • Patrol identified issues

The goal of the NCO unit is to impact current crime trends, reduce repetitive calls for service, maintain or increase public confidence, and decrease fear of crime by listening to and directly addressing neighborhood concerns.


Neighborhood Contact Officer Map

Neighborhood Contact Team

If you have a concern, complaint or an incident in your neighborhood, fill out the form below and your Neighborhood Contact Officer will reach out to you.

Please note that if you are using this form:

  • It is not an emergency
  • The incident occurred within Boise City limits
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