New York City Police Department

Precincts | 40th Precinct
Profile

Deputy Inspector Christopher J. McCormack
Crime Statistics  
257 Alexander Ave., Bronx, NY, 10454-1133
(718) 402-2270

The 40th Precinct is the southern most police precinct in the county of the Bronx. The command consists of such neighborhoods as "Port Morris" - below E. 138th St.- predominantly industrial with a multitude of warehouses along the southern border. Residential areas of Port Morris are sparse and lightly populated. "Mott Haven" - E. 138th St to E. 149th St. - contains both heavily populated residential areas as well as two main commercial zones. "Melrose" - north of E. 149th St. - consists of both residential and commercial sections.


Contact Information

Precinct: (718) 402-2270   
Community Affairs:
(718) 402-3662
Crime Prevention:
(718) 402-3036
Domestic Violence:
(718) 402-3802
Youth Officer:
(718) 402-2050
Auxiliary Coordinator:
(718) 402-3035
Detective Squad: (718) 402-2555



Community Council

President: Gabriel Dejesus
Meetings: The first Wednesday of each month at Lincoln Hospital, 234 E 149th Street, at 6:30 PM