Crime Prevention Teams With Nixle
The San Jose Police Department (SJPD) has partnered with Nixle.com, a Community Notification System, which enables public safety agencies to communicate with their residents in real-time by using social media, email and text/SMS messaging.
In addition to receiving alerts and notifications that might impact their neighborhoods, residents can also choose to receive alerts about other areas in the City. Participants can customize their notification preferences and choose multiple geographic locations within the City.
The SJPD will send out community alerts containing day-to-day neighborhood level information and advisory alerts to residents in a specific area of an on-going public safety situation.
This service is another way for the SJPD to connect with and enhance our partnerships with members of the community. We encourage your participation!
Questions can be directed to the SJPD's Crime Prevention Unit at 408.277.4133 or you can use the links below to fill out our contact form to send an email inquiry.
|Contact Crime Prevention Specialists For Your Division|
|Central Division||Foothill Division|
|Southern Division||Western Division|
SIGN UP FOR SJPD NIXLE AND RECEIVE FREE SECURE ALERTS
Once you click on the map below you will be directed to the Nixle website to register your phone or email address. You can elect to receive alerts, advisories, or community messages. It is simple to register and there is no cost to the subscriber.
Click on the map below to register to receive notifications from our Crime Prevention Specialists assigned to the selected patrol Division; you will be directed to the corresponding Nixle Account for that division:
Click on a map area above to subscribe to Nixle for the selected patrol division.
The map below will allow users to zoom-in for additional detail to determine what patrol division they reside in.
When important notifications are issued that affect all patrol divisions, users subscribed to an individual patrol division will receive these City-Wide notifications.