The Citizens on Patrol program is a very effective crime prevention tool for EBPCA. Evidence shows that a C.O.P. program drastically reduces crime and suspicious activity. It will enhance the overall quality of life in the community. Additionally, having a C.O.P. sends a strong message that residents care about their community and are united. Together we act as additional "eyes and ears" for our local police officers.
Participating in the EBPCA C.O.P. will open a new line of communication to your neighbors, forming long term partnerships and friendships. Want to join us? Send an email to our C.O.P. coordinator. And thanks for helping to keep EBPCA a safe place to live, work & play!
Our community officer is Officer Brian Rawleigh with Baltimore County Police Departments Community Outreach Team at the White Marsh Precinct. You can contact Officer Rawleigh by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 410-887-5035.
Baltimore County also offers another way to help ensure EBPCA stays safe through their website, www.baltimorecountymd.gov. Click on "I want to report..." then "Report". Or you can send an email to email@example.com.
Baltimore County Police Department Crime Alert!
An important message from Baltimore County Police Department regarding recent crimes in our area.