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City of Tampa Neighborhood Watch Program

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Neighborhood Watch Area

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District 1 (813) 354-6692    
District 1 Map (PDF 5.5 MB)

District 2 (813) 931-6541   
District 2 Map (PDF 5.5 MB)

District 3 (813) 242-3867    
District 3 Map (PDF 4.5 MB)


Who is your TPD District Neighborhood Affairs Liaison?  Squad Interacting With A Citizen
  • If you live in west Tampa, the Tampa peninsula, or Davis Island you are in TPD Patrol District 1.  Call Maryanne Hunsberger at (813) 354-6692 or send an e-mail.  Meet your Neighborhood Affairs Liaison.

  • If you live north of Hillsborough Avenue or in New Tampa you are in TPD Patrol District 2.  Call Lisa Timmer at (813) 931-6541 or send an e-mail.  Meet your Neighborhood Affairs Liaison.

  • If you live south of Hillsborough Avenue AND east of the Hillsborough River (East Tampa, Downtown, Channelside, Port of Tampa) you are in TPD Patrol District 3.  Call Rebecca Jones at (813) 242-3867 or send an e-mail.  Meet your Neighborhood Affairs Liaison.

"Crime in East Tampa is now at an all time low.  Citizens and officers are on the same team and we are very pleased with the improvements in our community." - Evangeline R. Best, East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership Chairperson.

Officers Interacting With Community

The collaboration of residents, neighborhood watch members, civic association groups, business partners, and neighborhood mobile patrols are critical in reducing crime.  Through teamwork and education, individuals can lessen their chances in becoming victimized and assist in making their community a safer environment.

The Neighborhood Watch concept centers on the community and police working together for the safety and protection of a neighborhood.  It is an organization made up of citizens concerned about their neighborhood.

Neighborhood Watch is one of the most effective and least costly answers to crime.  Watch groups are a foundation of community crime prevention, they can be a stepping stone to community revitalization.

Vacation Bound


Going on vacation?  Add our Vacation Watch program to your travel checklist!  This free service allows City of Tampa residents to give officers a heads up that their homes will be unoccupied for an extended period of time.  So before you take your next trip, submit a Vacation Watch Form to us! 

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