RESOURCE CENTER AT JUBILEE PARK - POLICE STOREFRONT
This neighborhood was founded in 1997 by Saint Michaels and All Angels Episcopal Church. The Storefront was built in 2010. Jubilee Park Storefront is the physical manifestation of the department's goal in Cultivating Community Relations, Improving Police and Community Trust, Building Better Partnerships, Implementing Community Policing and Crime Reduction.
The Department's mission aligns with Jubilee's community partnership formula which pivots around
Police, School, Faith-based, Health, Social Services, Government Agencies, Private Security, and Code Enforcement to promote sustainability, safety and a vibrant community.
Jubilee Park- Police Storefront nurtures community relations while serving the community of Dallas. We strive to reduce crime by providing Timely Intelligence, Rapid Deployment, Accountability, Follow-up, and Assessment.
To increase citizen satisfaction with public safety, engage community cooperation in police programing to reduce crime, and link community with other social services.
Storefront staff host open meetings to engage residents, business operators and other city departments to discuss safety concerns, share intelligence, plan crime prevention strategies, and address quality of life issues.
Storefront staff conducts community block walks to obtain information, relay crime prevention tips, and conduct programs, in
addition to: Crime and Business Watches, VIP programs, Community Crime Alerts, Safety and Health Initiatives, 311 complaints, Fingerprinting Services, Operation ID-Property Marking, McGruff the Crime Dog Presentations, Language Assistance: Cambodian Translation and Interpretation, Safety and Health Fairs, Educational Field Trips, Food and Clothing Drives, Youth Programs, Senior Safety and Serve as Liaison with Service Providers in the community i.e., City Square, Office of Homeless Solution, Code Compliance, Parkland Hospital, Jewish Family Serves, Visiting Nurse Association, TABC, and Parking Enforcement,
Conduct Business and Residential Surveys
Conduct Business and Apartment Assessments
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)
Security Inspections (Business and Residential) to address property crime
Crisis Counseling Intervention
Command Staff & Officers, Central Jubilee Park Storefront
Lt Earnest Merritt, Commander
Sergeant Bridget-Wilson Jones, Storefront Supervisor
- Sr. Corporal Misty Coody
- Sr. Corporal Steven Castillo
- P. O. Raymond Hailey
Hours of Operation
- 1 Community Outreach Representative: Evelyn Parris
- 1 Public Service Officer: Sovannsamnag Sokosvann
- 1 Community Prosecutor, Zinzi Bonilla
- 1 Code Manager II, Robert Beltran
- 1 Code Inspector III, Hope Covington
Monday –Friday, 7:00am –7:00pm (Flexible)
Dallas Police Department - Central Division
Resource Center at Jubilee-Police Storefront
907 S. Carroll Ave.
Dallas, Texas 75223
Geographic Area - Beat 115
Jubilee composed of (East I-30, Henderson, Beeman, Fitzhugh Ave/Crosstown & Fair Park)