My Cop Program
About the Program
The "My Cop" program focuses on a full service personalized policing method where the same officer is assigned to a specific area working in a proactive partnership with citizens to identify and solve problems in a non-traditional manner. The program assigns each officer to a specific zone within the city. The officer assigned will be responsible for the zone. This does not mean that the officer handles all calls for service in this zone, but instead is a contact person for long term issues in the specific zone.
The "My Cop" program assists in managing the quality of life for the residents and businesses within the City of Pismo Beach. It is a way to address concerns before they escalate into major problems. "My Cop" allows the officers to take ownership of their assigned zone and reach out to the residents and businesses to help them solve some of the issues that they have within their residing area.
Register for the My Cop Program
Begin a two way communication between you and the officer assigned to your zone by downloading the "My Cop" app. This will allow you to contact your neighborhood officer and periodically receive notices, push notifications and/or emails from your officer keeping you up to date with any news happening within your zone.
1.Download the free Pismo Beach Police Department app from your device's app store. The Pismo Beach Police Department app allows quick access to the police information that concerns you most including press releases, contacts directory, and links to report an issue, as well as links to parking information and City services.
You can click the following link to download the app. https://www.apexmobile.net/app/pismo-beach-police-department/
2.Once you have downloaded the PBPD app, go to the "My Cop" icon within the app and follow the prompts to register for the zones where you live and work. Utilizing the "My Cop" Zone Map will assist in determining your zone(s). You will then begin receiving information about that zone including current crime statistics, notifications, and officer information so that you can contact your "My Cop" officer directly if needed.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org to request enrollment in the "My Cop" program if you wish to bypass the app platform.
My Cop Zones 1 -12
|Zone 1 - North City limits to north side of Beachcomber North.|
|Zone 2 - South side of Beachcomber North to Park Place, east/west of freeway.|
|Zone 3 - South of Park Place to Wawona, west of freeway and the south private gate to Costa Rica, east of freeway.|
|Zone 4 - Esparto to Mattie Rd, west of freeway and south of Costa Rica to south end of Mattie, east of freeway.|
|Zone 5 - South of Mattie to Pomeroy, west of freeway.|
|Zone 6 - South of Pomeroy to Butterfly Grove, west of freeway and west of the railroad tracks (South Dolliver corridor).|
|Zone 7 - Five Cities Dr. and James Way connection to south City limit, west of freeway.|
|Zone 8 - Pismo heights to Pismo Creek, east of freeway.|
|Zone 9 - South of Pismo Creek to Highland to include Capana and 300 James Way, east of freeway.|
|Zone 10 - South of Highland and 300 James to south edge of Chumash Park, east of freeway.|
|Zone 11 - South edged of Chumash Park to Narlene, east of freeway.|
|Zone 12 - Houston Way to Oak Park, east of freeway.|
|Zone 13 - Out of jurisdiction.|
- Zone 1 - Officer Pullen
- Zone 2 - Officer Mytych
- Zone 3 - Corporal Spears
- Zone 4 - Officer Rockwood
- Zone 5 - Officer Smith
- Zone 6 - Officer Laughlin
- Zone 7 - Officer Siglin
- Zone 8 - Corporal Weimer
- Zone 9 - Officer Espinoza
- Zone 10 - Officer Jimenez
- Zone 11 - Corporal Darrow
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