District B-3

Boston Police Department, District B-3

Phone: 

(617) 343-4700

Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates): 

Public Service counter located at Boston Police Headquarters at One Schroeder Plaza in Roxbury: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 8:30am – 4:00pm Tuesday (Extended Hours) 8:30am – 6:00pm Direct: 1-617-343-4633 Fax: 1-617-343-5106

Mission: 

Building productive partnerships with our youth, neighborhood crime watch groups, non-profit and government agencies, and community organizations of all kinds continues to be a major focus of the neighborhood policing efforts in District B-3.

Location

District B-3 Station
1165 Blue Hill Avenue
Dorchester, MA 02124
United States
How to get involved/application guidelines and procedures: 

Student interns and volunteers are also encouraged to participate in a wide range of experiences, which provide them with unique opportunities for hands-on learning. Many of them come away with in a new, and much more realistic understanding of the challenges involved in policing diverse urban neighborhoods, and elect to continue their involvement with groups like Junior Achievement, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston, Project Concern, Mattapan Against Drugs, Youth Pride or the Mattapan Family Services Center. Call (617) 343-4700.

Key Programs Offered: 

Officers are involved in annual events such as Youth Pride and Drug Free Family Days. They sponsor clubs for interests as diverse as fishing and model building. They coordinate athletic leagues, trips and outings. They act as mentors, instructors, and guest speakers. They host community meetings and holiday parties, participate in fundraising drives, summer camps, and senior citizen outreach programs. In short, in a variety of ways, they seek to improve the overall quality of life for the residents of the neighborhoods they serve. District B-3 is also an active member of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Anti-Gang Violence Coalition. The Coalition was designed to help member organizations come together to coordinate their efforts, share information, and help each other create new ways to solve the difficult problems associated with gang violence. Monthly meetings have already yielded collaborative efforts on summer youth programs, cooperation on major crime prevention initiatives such as the annual National Night Out Program, and plans for a series of year round youth activities.

Community Meeting Space Available: 

No

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