New York City Police Department

Precincts | 6th Precinct
Profile

Inspector Elisa A. Cokkinos
Crime Statistics  
233 West 10th Street, New York, NY, 10014-2978
(212) 741-4811

The Sixth Precinct encompasses the southern Manhattan neighborhoods of Greenwich Village and the West Village. Its areas of interest include Christopher Street, Washington Square Park and Broadway. In the west, its narrow, tree-lined streets follow the city’s original horse paths. At the command’s northern border lie the High Line Park and the Meatpacking District, the city’s premiere nightlife destination. The precinct consists of vibrant and diverse residential and commercial districts frequently portrayed in television and movies, and is home to New York University and The New School University. The precinct is also one of the nation’s focal points for the LGBT rights movement, both historically and at present. Its western border is the Hudson River, and the West Side Highway usually provides the fastest access to the area for drivers coming to the area from elsewhere.


Contact Information

Precinct: (212) 741-4811
Community Affairs: (212)741-4826
Crime Prevention: (212)741-4827
Domestic Violence: (212)741-4800
Youth Officer: (212)741-4828
Auxiliary Coordinator: (212)741-2032
Detective Squad: (212)741-4841


Community Council

President: Maureen Remecale
Meetings: Meetings: Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of each month at 25 Carmine Street, New York, NY 10014, at 7:30 p.m.