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63rd Precinct

Captain Tito Romero

Commanding Officer: Captain Tito Romero

1844 Brooklyn Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11210-4240
(718) 258-4411
Crime Statistics: [PDF - Excel]

The 63rd Precinct serves approximately 8.96 square miles and features 1.5 square miles of park. In addition, this command also includes undeveloped marshlands of the Marine Park area. The precinct borders a national park, the Gateway National Recreation Area.

Contact Information

Precinct: (718) 258-4411
Community Affairs: (718) 258-4444
Crime Prevention: (718) 258-4444
Domestic Violence: (718) 258-2532
Youth Officer: (718) 258-1505
Auxiliary Coordinator: (718) 258-4444
Detective Squad: (718) 258-4401

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Use the map and list below to find your sector and your NCOs. Feel free to email your officers directly, or contact your local precinct, to discuss ongoing crime or quality-of-life issues.

 


Community Council

President: Jim Buchanan
Meetings: Community Council meetings typically take place on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:30 PM at the John Mallone Center.