Citizens on Patrol (COP)
Our organization’s number one goal is to help reduce crime through active observation and through communication with others, neighbors and the police.
Through San Antonio Police Department (SAPD) training, we learn to recognize and report potential opportunities for crime.
COP members work closely with the police to make our community a safer place to live. There are approximately 80 volunteer neighbors in Roseheart that are trained who participate in frequent walking and driving patrols. You will recognize our volunteers by their white COP hats and T-Shirts and their ID badges.
We’d love to have you join the ranks of our COP members. It is a “non-contact sport” of neighbors watching out for neighbors. You can read the Roseheart COP Bylaws (2014 Version) to see how the organization functions. Contact Tom Goodwin for details on joining at Lexus60@aol.com.
Click on the following link to view the Roseheart COP 2015 Annual HOA Briefing.
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS AND LINKS:
911 to report emergency situations only
207-SAPD (7273) to report non-emergency situations
Intruder Alert Systems (I.A.S.): Central Station 210-494-4996, Office 210-494-4900
For a detailed history of the COP program in San Antonio, go to www.sanantonio.gov/sapd/cop.asp.
Follow the COP checklist during your patrol. After the patrol, fill out a simple paperless log that will go directly to a spreadsheet for COP Executive members to review. 2015 Roseheart COP Log (start using on Jan 1, 2015)
RECENT NORTHSIDE CRIME STATISTICS: Available for viewing on the Restricted side of website under HOA News
Bexar County Precinct 3 Information
New!! Please visit Bexar County Police, Precinct 3 Constable Mark Vojvodich's web site. It is a great source of information and keeps us connected to county precinct level issues. To access click on www.bexarpolice.com
Current Precinct 3 Newsletter - March 2014
Revised: October 13, 2015