Omaha Police Precincts and Patrol Districts 

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The Omaha Police Department divides its jurisdiction into four precincts and 73 patrol districts.  Precinct quadrants are generally separated by Dodge St (east-west) and 42nd St. (north-south).


Northeast Precinct:

  • Includes 18 patrol districts:
    • Districts 31-39 under the command of Command 30 (Sergeant) and Command 2 (Lieutenant)
    • Districts 41-49 under the command of Command 40 (Sergeant) and Command 2 (Lieutenant)
  • Contact Information:
    • 4316 N. 30th Street Omaha, NE 68111
    • (402) 444-6916 – Front Desk
    • (402) 444-5786 – Admin Assistant
    • Hours: 9am to 5pm M-F Closed Holidays

Northwest Precinct:

  • Includes 20 Patrol Districts:
    • District 11-19 under the command of Command 10 (Sergeant) and Command 1 (Lieutenant)
    • District 21-29 under the command of Command 20 (Sergeant) and Command 1 (Lieutenant)
    • District 101 and 102
  • Contact Information:
    • 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

Southeast Precinct:

  • Includes 17 Patrol Districts:
    • District 51-59 under the command of Command 50 (Sergeant) and Command 3 (Lieutenant)
    • District 61-68 under the command of Command 60 (Sergeant) and Command 3 (Lieutenant)
  • Contact Information:
    • 2475 Deer Park Blvd Omaha, NE 68105
    • (402) 444-4041 – Front Desk
    • (402) 444-5792 – Admin Assistant
    • Hours: 9am to 5pm M-F Closed Holidays

Southwest Precinct:

  • Includes 18 Patrol Districts:
    • District 71-79 under the command of Command 70 (Sergeant) and Command 4 (Lieutenant)
    • District 81-89 under the command of Command 80 (Sergeant) and Command 4 (Lieutenant)
  • Contact Information:
    • 5111 South 135th Street, Omaha, NE 68137
    • (402) 444-6116 Front Desk
    • (402) 444-5794 – Admin Assistant
    • Hours: 9am to 5pm M-F Closed Holidays

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