Welcome to the Chattanooga Police Department's Neighborhood Policing Bureau
The Neighborhood Policing Bureau is the largest division of the Chattanooga Police Department with over 200 officers serving patrol citywide 24 hrs a day 7 days a week.
When you need us, we will be there.
Find out who your commanding officers are & get to know who is on patrol in your neighborhood.
The Neighborhood Policing Bureau answers all calls for help made into 911 and 698-2525. This division also works directly with community members, Neighborhood Associations and local organizations to create permanent solutions to problems that lead to crime. Through this the Chattanooga Police Department aims to find lasting solutions to problems that affect our community's quality of life.
Neighborhood Policing Bureau Territories
Adam North (formerly Alpha Zone) consists of North Chattanooga, Riverview, Mountain Creek, Signal Mountain Road area, Hixson and Middle Valley.
Adam Central (formerly Bravo Zone) consists of Coolidge Park, Renaissance Park, the North Shore (and the entire Waterfront), the downtown area, MLK Boulevard and Main Street areas, Lincoln Park, and the Westside Community.
Adam South (formerly Charlie Zone) consists of South Chattanooga, St. Elmo, Alton Park, Tiftonia and Lookout Valley.
Baker North (formerly Echo Zone) consists of Youngstown Road from Bonny Oaks Drive to Lightfoot Mill Road on the North, North Crest Road on the East, McCallie Avenue on the South and the river on the West.
Baker South (formerly Fox Zone) consists of Ridgedale, Highland Park and Eastlake. I-24 East and West is included in Baker South. This zone also borders with Baker North, Adam Central and Charlie.
Charlie South (formerly Delta Zone) consists of the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, Eastgate Town Center, and the I-75 and I-24 split.
Charlie North (formerly George Zone) consists of Highway 58, East Brainerd, and the Ooltewah area. I-75 and Hwy 153 are also included in Charlie North.
Community Police Interaction Commitees (CPIC) Meetings:
Local CPIC meetings bring together members of Chattanooga's communities and its police officers to improve community and police relations, further an authentic community policing culture, and promote dignity, understanding, and respect in police and community interactions.
These meetings occur monthly in your nieghborhood and are a great place to help promote safer streets.
Want to attend your next CPIC Meeting? Click Here to see the dates for your Neighborhood.