We are an organization where residents within the
105th precinct can bring their concerns, criticisms, and praises to our local
police officers on a monthly basis. We meet the last Wednesday of the month at
8:00pm at the
92-08 222nd Street
Queens Village, NY
Upcoming meeting dates; Wednesday
For further information or in the case of
inclement weather , please call (718) 776-9173 or (718) 978-5122
Precinct Crime Statistics
To view the crime statistics for the 105rd
precinct as well as other crime statistics
VIN Etching at The 105th Precinct:
The 105th Precinct will be doing glass VIN etching on
automobiles beginning on April 7th and continuing every other Monday until
further notice. The hours are 4:00PM to 8:00PM. If you want more
information or want to make an appointment, call Crime Prevention Officer
Geno Lopresti at (718) 776-9268...
The 105th Precinct Community Council offers a Law Enforcement Explorers
Program. We are looking for interested youths in the surrounding
further details please contact P.O. Kirkland at (718) 776-9164.......
Auxiliary Officer Training:
The 105th Precinct would like to invite anyone interested in becoming an
Auxiliary Police Officer to contact (718) 776-9268. The training and
the uniforms are free. Take this opportunity to help your community.
Operation Safe Southeast Queens
In an effort to provide this community with
options when reporting criminal activity, Senator Malcolm Smith along with the
103rd, 105th & 113th Precincts & Community Councils, Community Boards
12 & 13 & Block/Civic Associations have formed a task force
"Operation Safe Southeast Queens" "We are going to tell".
The citizens are given the phone numbers of 4
elected officials: Congressman Meeks (718-949-5600) Senator Malcolm Smith
(718-291-9097) Assemblywoman Vivian Cook (718-322-3975) Councilmember Leroy
We are aiming to close some of the "hot
spots" in and around the area, in light of the recent shootings/murders
we are encouraging callers to get as MUCH information as safely possible and
if they are uncomfortable in calling the police, please call the above elected
Officials. This is for illegal activities and should there be an
emergency 911 is still to be used.
Federal law limits telemarketing calls to
between 8a.m. and 9p.m.
Don't be afraid to hang up the phone if you
are not interested.
Resist high pressure tactics. Legitimate
businesses don't oversell their product.
Take your time. Ask for written information
before you commit.
Your financial commitment may have long term
consequences-talk with someone you trust about the offer, such as friends
and family members.
Never pay advance "fees" or
"service charges". These are sure signs of a scam!
Before you pay, check out the company with
your consumer protection office, Better Business Bureau, or the Attorney
Keep personal financial information, such as
credit card and bank account numbers, to yourself until you are certain who
you are dealing with.
If you are solicited by a group claiming
affiliation with the Police Department, record as much information as
possible and then contact the N.Y.P.D. Internal Affairs Action Desk at 212
105th Precinct Community Council Executive Board
For further information
or in the case of inclement weather , please call (718)
776-9173 or (718) 978-5122