Welcome to Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol’s (PNP) website
To update your Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol (PNP) information, your badge or apply for PNP membership click “documents” in the above menu and then click
“PNP Directory Application Form.pdf
Fill out the form and send to: Jerry Cline, 3035 E Topaz Cir, Phx, Az 85028 or use a smartphone to scan or photo, then send this form using, texting or email, or text this form to: 602.992.1345, or email to Admin@pnpmembers.com
To learn more about PNP, Click the “Training” menu above.
Questions?: Talk to us: ADMIN
Welcome to our virtual office and training facility.
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This site is provided exclusively for information sharing related to your: neighborhood, patrols, PNP activities, block watch, newsletters and projects, precinct and citywide… And all for your education.
This site is managed 100% by volunteer PNP help under the guidance and leadership of Detective Brian Kornegay, Citywide PNP Coordinator.
Funding for real expense, such as annual site hosting, software and our register domain expenses is assisted by our PNP, Phoenix Neighborhood Block Watch Grants.
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We have a library full of all of our www.pnpmembers.com past history, and a lot more!
This site provides a citywide communication tool for members to create friendships and share questions, experiences and successes.
What is PNP?
Phoenix Police officers train PNP members in a four hour class.
PNP members are taught to know:
- Their neighbors!
- Their neighborhood!
- How to patrol with success by recognizing differences.
- Because they view their neighborhood repeatedly, they recognize patterns.
- They are trained to recognize differences between ALL things, people, vehicles, changes in properties and traffic, and they may see and recognize differences as not normal!
- They know what has changed!
- And, are trained to know, if necessary, how to call to get cops on the scene immediately!
R. Brian Kornegay #5132, Detective
Phoenix Police Department
Community Relations Bureau
Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol,
Criminal Nuisance Abatement, &
Crime Prevention Through
Environmental Design Coordinator˙
Protection | Respect | Integrity | Dedication | Excellence