Tuesday, April 16th, 6:30pm at Tyler Street United Methodist Church, Yeats Hall (927 West 10th Street)
Join NOCUPP for our Spring Info Session on Tuesday April 16th at Tyler Street United Methodist Church, Yeats Hall (927 West 10th Street). The session will begin at 6:30pm and we’ll have snacks. This meet and greet event is an opportunity for Q&A with our patrol officers, and learn more about how NOCUPP works to make our neighborhoods safer.
Since 2007 NOCUPP has expanded from one North Oak Cliff neighborhood to now serving 10 neighborhoods in the area and has:
- Responded to over 10,000 calls for service
- Performed over 34,000 vacation watches
- Made over 3,500 traffic stops
- Issued over 1,300 citations and made over 770 arrests
$1 per day makes a difference in our neighborhoods!!
Join us at Turner house and help us celebrate a decade of service.
Please send in your NOCUPP membership renewal now to ensure we have your renewal is processed in time.
For just $1 per day we can continue NOCUPP patrol in your neighborhood and keep our area safe and secure with this very effective crime reduction program. Remember, a benefit of NOCUPP membership is access to the NOCUPP patrol officer’s direct cell phone and you can have vacation watches done for you, but our officers only provide these special services to our current members, not to past members. Renew now before you might need their services during your vacations or holidays!
Pay now via PayPal or a credit card via the NOCUPP web site (note PayPal adds a small fee for credit card payments) and if needed update your information using our online form.