Omaha Coalition of Citizen Patrols

What is the Omaha Coalition of Citizen Patrols?


The Omaha Coalition of Citizen Patrols (OCCP) is comprised of trained citizen volunteers organized into separate patrols. These established patrols currently operate in approximately 35 neighborhoods throughout Omaha and the surrounding metropolitan area. Each patrol works within its own neighborhood by conducting regular patrols in the area in an effort to increase public safety and reduce crime.

Forming a citizen patrol is one of the first positive steps a neighborhood can take to create a solid working relationship with law enforcement to reduce crime in the neighborhood.

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OCCP's "Rapid Response Team" also assists law enforcement in the search for missing juveniles and vulnerable adults.

OCCP is supported and endorsed by the Omaha Police Department and the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.


Breaking new ground, Our first outdoor Board of Directors Meeting! Board of Directors Meeting was held on Sept 12th, 2020 at the Omaha Fire Department Union

Current OCCP Groups


  • Arksarben/Elmwood
  • Armbrust Acres
  • Beals South/Robin Hill
  • Bemis Park
  • Benson
  • Benson Gardens
  • Brown Park
  • Burlington Road
  • Clairmont Heights
  • Cole Creek
  • Crescent Oaks
  • Deer Park
  • Florence
  • Hanscom Park
  • Harvey Oaks
  • Joslyn Castle
  • Karen Western
  • Keystone
  • Leavenworth
  • Long School
  • Miller Park
  • Montclair East
  • NW Tri C
  • Peony Park
  • Piedmont/Wycliffe
  • Raven Oaks
  • Roanoke
  • Spring Lake
  • Stone Creek
  • WRECC
  • Westgate
  • Westwood Heights
  • Willow Wood
  • Woodlands
Help us make a difference. The OCCP is recognized as a tax-exempt,non-profit organization
under § 501(C)(3) of the internal revenue code. All contributions to OCCP are tax-deductible.

AAA and the Cornhusker Motor Club Foundation are proud sponsors of the OCCP program.

Visit: CornhuskerFoundation.org