About

Composition

The Lake Vista Crime Prevention District is made up of seven commissioners. The board of directors of the Lake Vista Property Owners Association appoints two members; The state representatives who represent the area which comprises the district appoint two members; The state senators who represent the area which comprises the district appoint two members; and The council member who represents the area which comprises the district appoints one member.

Commissioners & Titles

Co-ChairKeith Ziblich
Co-ChairJackie Shreves
TreasurerNina English
Secretary
Commissioner
CommissionerMonte Shalett
CommissionerMichael Moffitt

About Lake Vista Crime Prevention District

LVCPD and Lake Vista Property Owners Association (LVPOA) are seprate bodies with a common goal of making our neighborhood a safer and more enjoyable place to live. LVCPD is a LA State Commission comprised of Board Members appointed by State Legislators, our City Council Member and LVPOA.  LVCPD sole purpose is to keep you (our neighbors) safe. Your tax dollars fund LVCPD.


How It Works

Orleans Levee District Police (OLD) and NOPD patrol are your first lines of defense.

OLD works for LVCPD. Their only job is to be a deterrent to crime and to add a layer of safety to our neighborhood.  CALL them to escort you home at night, CALL them to let them know if you will be out of town and they will patrol around your home more often.


What You Should Know

These are the stats for our district 3 which includes all of the Lakefront, Lakewood, Gentilly, Midcity and a small portion of N.O East: Last year we had 575 auto burglaries. 90% of those were unlocked cars. 98% had visible property in automobiles. 100% of the autos with smashed windows had visible property on seats or floors.


Boundaries

The Lake Vista Crime Prevention District crime prevention enhances the security of district residents by providing for an increase in the presence of law enforcement personnel in the district in the area bounded by Robert E. Lee Boulevard, Marconi Drive, Beauregard Avenue and Lakeshore Drive.