Last week, Bryan Fischer, Vice President of the Greater Towson Council of Community Associations (GTCCA) organized a meeting to discuss crime in the Towson area. The meeting included elected officials, Captain Jay Landsman and Sergeant Fink of the Baltimore County Police Department, GTCCA officials, members of Citizens on Patrol (COP) and Towson area community members.
NEWS FROM THE TOWSON PRECINCT COMMANDER
Here is a quick reminder of some simple crime prevention steps we can take to deter potential thieves and burglars:
Lock your vehicle and make sure that it is locked before you walk away from it. Remove all vehicle keys from the vehicle (including keys to other vehicles
Towson is a center for law, medicine, higher education and government, with strong neighborhoods and a bright future. Its residents, business owners, and visitors expect a safe community.
Since 2010, our office has worked with the County Executive and the Towson precinct on several initiatives to enhance public safety. Our office has worked to
Message from Capt. Jay Landsman, Jr., Commander of Precinct 6/Towson, Baltimore County Police:
I have heard from many residents in the Gaywood and Rogers Forge area as well as the Campus Hills community regarding these crimes that continue to be a thorn in our side. We are doing several things to put a stop to
Message from Towson Area Citizens On Patrol (TACOP):
On National Night Out, August 4, 2015, a special Baltimore County Police-escorted motorcade of Towson Area Citizens On Patrol (TACOP) volunteers will drive through Towson’s 25 COP neighborhoods, casting the spotlight on crime prevention in Towson. Every year, this National Night Out motorcade attracts hundreds of