Neighbourhood Community Officer Program

The Neighbourhood Community Officer Program (NCOP), was first introduced in 2013, across the city. Neighbourhood Community Officers (NCOs), work in partnership with local residents and community-based organizations to address community safety and quality of life issues. With a mandate that includes building relationships and solving problems within their neighbourhoods, NCOs are accountable to the community they serve.

The NCOP has evolved through formative feedback including community consultations and an independent academic evaluation conducted by Humber College. The findings of this research have assisted in shaping the NCOP, ensuring a consistent and effective approach to Neighbourhood Community Policing.

NCOs are the ambassadors of the Toronto Police Service and the neighbourhoods they serve. NCOs ensure that neighbourhood concerns are addressed promptly by working collaboratively with residents and community agencies to build sustainable solutions.

Currently, there are Neighbourhood Community Officers in 37 City of Toronto Neighbourhoods throughout all 16 police Divisions, with each NCO staying in the NCOP for a minimum of 4 years.

The Neighbourhood Community Officer Program is corporately administered through the Community Partnership Engagement Unit.

Find My Neighbourhood Community Officer

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An interactive web application to help you find and contact your NCOs.



S/Sgt. Steve Pipe #4857
Neighbourhood Community Officer Program Team

Sgt Derek Byers #86442
Neighbourhood Community Officer Program Team

Const. Dan Ramos #10118
Neighbourhood Community Officer Program Team


Neighbourhood Community Officers partner with ProAction Cops & Kids, to deliver local youth programming in your Community.

ProAction Cops & Kids logo“At ProAction Cops & Kids, we bring cops and kids together in skill-building and mentoring programs to create trust, respect and safer communities.”

To find out more, connect with your local Neighbourhood Community Officer.


Watch introduction to our Neighbourhood Commmunity Officers


Watch our NCOs making Community connections


Watch how NCOs focus on Youth


Neighbourhood Officer communities:

View City of Toronto neighbourhoods


11 Division

  • Lambton-Baby Point
  • Roncesvalles
  • Weston – Pelham Park


12 Division

  • Beechborough-Greenbrook
  • Rustic
  • Weston


13 Division

  • Oakwood Village


14 Division

  • Kensington-Chinatown
  • Niagara


22 Division

  • Etobicoke West Mall
  • Islington-City Centre West


23 Division

  • Kingsview Village-The Westway
  • Mount Olive-Silverstone-Jamestown
  • Rexdale-Kipiling
  • West Humber-Clairville


31 Division

  • Black Creek
  • Downsview Roding
  • Glenfield-Jane Heights


32 Division

  • Yorkdale Glen Park


33 Division

  • Henry Farm


41 Division

  • Kennedy Park
  • Oakridge


42 Division

  • L'Amoreaux
  • Malvern


43 Division

  • Morningside
  • Scarborough Village
  • West Hill


51 Division

  • Church-Yonge Corridor
  • Moss Park
  • North St. James Town
  • Regent Park
  • Waterfront Communities


52 Division

  • Church-Yonge Corridor


53 Division

  • Thorncliffe Park


55 Division

  • Blake-Jones
  • Flemingdon
  • O'Connor-Parkview
  • South Riverdale