Safety of our community members is our number one goal. Our LPD officers don’t just work in Lubbock, they live and raise their families here too. We are all in this together and want to work toward reducing crime in Lubbock.

We can’t do this alone. Help be our eyes and ears and let us know what is happening in your neighborhoods.

Neighborhood Watch
Getting to know your neighbors is the first step in protecting your neighborhood. As the name suggests, WATCH out for each other and report any suspicious activity.

If you are interested in starting a Neighborhood Watch, check out these helpful tips:

Register A Neighborhood Watch Group:
(A small neighborhood group of 5 or more members who trust and look out for each other.)

Neighborhood Watch Group

Have you downloaded the Neighborhood Watch information and had your first meeting to discuss/form your group.

Register A Neighborhood Association:
A Large Neighborhood Association of 25 or more active individual members or 2 or more support organizations representing multiple residents within a large geographical area. The member organizations of a Neighborhood Association might include multiple neighborhood watch groups, civic organizations, churches, volunteer service groups, schools, community partners, organizers, businesses, or other local community oriented groups. Basically, a larger coalition of groups or organizations that represents a larger geographical area as a whole, has an organizational structure, and represents the community where they are based.

Neighborhood Association

Please list the names of all member organizations within the Association including organization leaders and phone numbers:
Please upload the names of each Association member, their position, and their contact information.

Attach Members Information

To find out what type of crime is occurring in your neighborhood, visit our: Crime Map. (UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

Safety Presentations
As part of our goal to provide education to the community, LPD offers several presentations that are designed to help increase the general safety of all citizens, prevent them from becoming a victim of crime, and build the relationships of trust that must exist in order to maintain a positive and successful community.

Our Community Engagement Unit routinely gives presentations that include several different topics such as:

  • Civilian Response to Active Shooter Situations
  • Vehicle & Home Safety
  • Identity Theft and Fraud Education
  • Internet Safety for Children
  • Bullying and Cyberbullying
  • Drug Awareness Programs
  • Gun Safety
  • Robbery Prevention for Home and Businesses
  • Gangs in Schools & Sex Trafficking

All presentations are given by an officer at NO charge. We are more than happy to travel to schools, churches, businesses and other organizations to give safety presentations. To schedule a safety presentation or to find out more, please contact:

Officer Sam Reedy, LPD Community Engagement Unit