Emergency Assistance: 911
Omaha Police Department:
10245 Wiesman Drive
Omaha, NE 68134
(402) 444-3765 - Front Desk
(402) 444-7555, 444-7556 - Admin Assistant
Hours: 9am to 5pm M-F Closed Holidays
10727 Pacific Street
Omaha, NE 68114
Hospitals within 5 miles:
1) Nebraska Methodist Hospital
8303 Dodge Street
2) Alegent Hlth Immanuel
Med Ctr 6901 North 72nd Street
3) Children's Hospital
8200 Dodge Street
4) Alegent Hlth Bergan Mercy Ctr
7500 Mercy Road
The Citizen Patrol is composed of concerned citizens using their eyes and ears to seek out, identify and inform 911 of any and all emergencies, dangers and suspicious activity.
The Citizen Patrol uses scanners as a means of targeting suspicious persons, vehicles, and activity in an attempt to assist police. The location, description and status of any illegal, inappropriate or unacceptable activity is communicated to 911 operators by use of cell phones.
The Citizen Patrol is one of the most positive steps a neighborhood can take to have a solid working relationship with the neighborhood and the police. Patrollers are trained by the Police Department and work with officers particularly on Halloween, the last of school and through out the rest of the year.
We patrol the area of Roanoke, approximately 1000 homes plus businesses and parks in the area. With very little patrollers, it can be difficult to serve the area as best we can. We need you! For more information or to volunteer, please contact: please contact our Citizen Patrol Coordinator.
Dalene Hutchinson, Citizens Patrol Coordinator, 496-1650, email@example.com
With combined efforts from you and your neighbors, we can make this a safer place to live for everyone.
Many people have contacted the Roanoke Homeowners Association to report graffiti at the park...but it helps if multiple people report the incidents, not to us, but directly to the Mayor’s Hotline. Here’s the mayor’s hotline:
Telephone: (402) 444-5555 (Voice)
(402) 996-8490 (TTY /TDD)
Fax: (402) 444-7963
Mail: The Mayor’s Hotline
Civic Center - Suite 304
1819 Farnam St.
Omaha, NE 68183-0304
There is also a new Omaha mobile app that can be downloaded for smart phones that residents can use.