Neighborhood Action Groups

Our Community Policing philosophy is to develop a partnership with the citizens we serve by working together to help prevent crime and solve neighborhood issues of concern.

Our objective is to work with residents and businesses of the community to help resolve neighborhood problems and improve their quality of life, to teach residents of all ages about crime prevention and personal safety, and to put residents in touch with other agencies that will assist with their social concerns.

What is a Neighborhood Action Group?

 A Neighborhood Action Group is a group of citizens who want to take an active role in assisting the police department in deterring and solving crimes as well as other neighborhood issues that concern them. 

 Who can join a Neighborhood Action Group?

 Any resident can join a Neighborhood Action Group. Groups have been organized within residential neighborhoods, apartment complexes, and housing projects.  We currently have over 1,000 citizens participating in Neighborhood Action Groups.  Our program, with the help of many great citizens, will continue to grow and expand.  Since the implementation of our program in 1994, the N.A.G. Groups, working in partnership with the police department, have helped decrease crime in Port Arthur by 54%.


Port Arthur Neighborhood Action Council
Concerned Citizens of Pear Ridge
Stonegate Neighborhood Action Group
Concerned Citizens of Park Place
Arthur Square Neighborhood Action Group
Concerned Citizens of Port Arthur
Edison-Lee Neighborhood Action Group
Concerned Citizens of Lakeview
Concerned Citizens for Safer Streets-West Side
Concerned Citizens of Montrose
Concerned Citizens for Safer Streets-
Savannah Section
Concerned Citizens of Port Acres
Concerned Citizens of Elvista/ Vista Village
Concerned Citizens of Sabine Pass
Concerned Citizens of Griffing Park
Concerned Citizens of Lakeside