Oak Cliffers packed an auditorium at Tyler Street United Methodist Church this week to give feedback on the Dallas Police chief’s plan to reduce crime.

City Councilman Chad West told the crowd that his office most often receives complaints about gunfire in the neighborhood. After that, it’s theft and robbery and then speeding and street racing.

He said neighbors should call 911 to report crimes, but it helps to call his office as well.

“I’ve been very, very impressed with how responsive DPD has been to these issues,” he said.

Check out this story from KDFW about the meeting Tuesday night.