Community Relations

The Moore Police Department’s Community Relations Officer serves as a liaison between the community and the Moore Police Department. The Community Relations Officer is responsible for implementing community programs, personal safety and neighborhood protection. The Moore Police Departments Community Relations Officer is Jeremy Lewis.

The goal of the Community Relations Office is to involve the community in crime prevention and public safety through communication, training and education. We offer several programs and services that work toward this goal.

Please contact Officer Lewis at 793-4448 for information on the following programs:

Citizens Police Academy
• Kids Police Academy
• Neighborhood Watch Program
• Car seat safety inspections
• Operation Identification
• Fingerprinting Children/ Fingerprint Kits
• Speaking engagements for community and civic organizations on various police topics
• Business and residential security inspections
• Developing and implementing crime prevention for neighborhoods, businesses and schools
• Traffic safety
• Bicycle safety
• Tours of the Moore Police Department
• Child safety presentations
• Crash court
• Fatal vision program
• Lights out program