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34th Precinct

Inspector Reymundo Mundo

Commanding Officer: Inspector Reymundo Mundo

4295 Broadway, New York, NY, 10033-3729
(212) 927-9711
Crime Statistics: [PDF - Excel]

The 34th Precinct serves the communities of Washington Heights and Inwood, north of West 179th Street. The precinct covers two square miles, with 500 acres of parkland, including Inwood Hill Park and Fort Tyron Park.

Contact Information

Precinct: (212) 927-9711
Community Affairs: (212) 927-0576 / 0287
Crime Prevention: (212) 927-9301
Domestic Violence: (212) 927-0821
Youth Officer: (212) 927-0701
Auxiliary Coordinator: (212) 927-0700
Detective Squad: (212) 927-0823

Get to Know Your Neighborhood Coordination Officers

Find your sector. Find your NCOs.

Neighborhood Coordination Officers, or NCOs, are your local problem solvers. They spend all their working hours within the confines of their assigned sectors, actively engaging with local community members and residents. They get to know the neighborhood, its people, and its problems extremely well.

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: Stephen Feldheim
Meetings: Community Council meetings typically take place on the last Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM in the precinct.