Meet and Speak with Police Chief Sheridan

From Wesley Wood:
Baltimore County Police Chief Terrence Sheridan will be the special guest speaker at the Towson Police and Community Relations Council (PCRC) meeting on March 28th at 7:00 p.m. New location will be First Lutheran Church of Towson – 40 E. Burke Ave in the 2nd floor conference room. Towson Precinct Captain Jay Landsman Jr. and Officer Gary Doucett will also attend to address concerns and questions. This is a rare opportunity to communicate in person with Chief Sheridan. There is ample seating and parking. For more information, contact Wesley Wood, Towson PCRC Director at 410-823-2578.

New Chief of Baltimore County Police

Tuesday, Feb 7 at 7PM, our new Chief of Baltimore County Police, Chief Terry Sheridan will be attending to meet us. This new Chief started his new job Feb 1, 2017.  You may have read that Chief Jim Johnson retired.  Captain Landsman has also been invited.  Great Photo Opp!
PLEASE ATTEND.  Hopefully we will have a good showing of our patrollers to impress the Chief!

“If You See Something – Say Something” Advises TACOP

In light of the recent spate of vandalism across Towson, the Towson Area Citizens On Patrol (TACOP) is advising residents to be vigilant and “if you see something – say something.”  TACOP and the Baltimore County Police Department remind the public that the police need “real time” information. They encourage people to be proactive and call 911 immediately if acts of vandalism or other criminal activity is observed.

For 17 years, TACOP volunteers have patrolled the streets of Towson to fight crime and help keep residents, businesses and students safe.  Working in partnership with the Baltimore County Police Department, TACOP volunteers monitor criminal activity in Towson and call 911 to report any suspected crimes they observe while on patrol.  Proactive citizens who see something and say something enhance TACOP’s crime prevention measures.

TACOP is a 501c3 organization founded in 2000 to help Towson Area neighborhoods start COP Programs. Neighborhood COP groups are started voluntarily by members of the community and are often very effective at deterring crime. For information on starting a local neighborhood COP, contact Pat France at TACOP. Currently, TACOP has 25 active COP neighborhoods and is solely supported by donations from the public.

TACOP Contacts:    

Mike Calwell, President  (443) 829-5276

Pat France, Vice-President tapecnarf@gmail.com410-828-5564

Janice Arcieri, Secretary  443-465-0150

Janet Eveleth, PR/Media  410-821-1008

Barbara Lewis, Website Coord 410-663-4266

Kathy Fick, Fundraising Coordinator 410-825-8275