District 4 and 22x contacts
Vice Mayor Annie Campbell WashingtonDistrict 4 Council Member
Daryel R. Dunston, Policy Advisor & Community LaisonDDuston@oaklandnet.com
Iowayna Pena, Policy Analyst & Community LiasonIPena@oaklandnet.com
22X Community Resource Officer (CRO)Giovanny Guzman, 510/882.8249
22X Neighborhood Services Coordinator (NSC)Felicia Verdin
Community Programs Supervisor
City of Oakland Contacts
Public Works Call Center: 615-5566www.oaklandpw.com Report potholes, illegal dumping, graffiti, street lighting problems, etc. on public property, or in public right of way.
SeeClickFixReport dumping, potholes, graffiti, leaks, etc. to the Dept. of Public Works from your phone!
Parking Citation Assistance Center: 451-0456Helps with parking ticket problems, or questions.
Oakland Police DepartmentEmergency Police: 911 (from a cell: 777-3211)
Use this number for emergencies if a situation is a matter of life or death, or if physical harm is involved!
Non-Emergency Police: 777-3333
For non-emergency assistance requiring a police response. Call if a crime has already been committed and the suspects are not present, and/or the situation is not a matter of life or death.
OPD General Information / Patrol Desk (24hours/7days)238-3455 or: website
Report Officer MisconductOakland Community Police Review Agency Portal (CPRA). Using the tools on this page you can complete and submit complaints of officer misconduct by members of the Oakland Police Department electronically, download complaint forms or submit completed complaint forms to the CPRA, or track the progress of any complaints that you have previously submitted for review by the CPRA.
Oakland Police (Oversight) CommissionThe purpose of the Police Commission is to oversee the Oakland Police Department's policies, practices and customs to meet national standards of constitutional policing and to oversee the Community Police Review Agency that investigates police misconduct and recommends discipline.
Youth Services Division: 238-3641Primarily investigates crimes involving juveniles and works cooperatively with Child Protective Services. Other programs run by this unit are P.A.L. and Missing Persons Detail.
Alcohol Beverage Action Team: 777-8677This unit responds to community complaints about liquor establishments, including stores, bars, and/or clubs.
Oakland Citizens Police Academy: 238-3091Free for Oakland residents: learn how your police dept. works!
Once a week, for 17 weeks, all departments/divisions donate their free time to present their operations; ride-a-longs are scheduled at conclusion.