Baltimore Police Unveil Mobile App
Police said the app will provide “transparency at your fingertips” and will feature a streamlined ability to submit tips, quick connectivity to the department’s website and social media platforms and the ability to receive important “push” alerts from the police department.
Police said the app is available in the app stores of mobile devices.
Ilegal Dirt Bikes Tip Line: 443-902-4474
(Text a tip, photo, video or leave a voicemail)
Dirt bikes are defined as any motorcycle or similar vehicle designed for use on rough surfaces such as dirt roads or trails, which are not registered under the Maryland Vehicle Law.
Examples of dirt bikes include minibikes and all-terrain (ATV) either of the three or four wheel variety.
No person may drive or ride any dirt bike or other unregistered motorcycle or similar vehicle on any public or private property that is located within the City of Baltimore.
In addition, no person may possess any dirt bike or any unregistered motorcycle with the City of Baltimore. No service station or any person may sell or dispense motor fuel for delivery into any dirt bike or unregistered vehicle. Any person who violates this ordinance with the City of Baltimore is subject to a fine of not more than $1,000 for each offense or imprisonment for not more than 90 days. You Can Remain Anonymous.
North Baltimore Safety Summit - Crime Prevention Presentation
Mike Hilliard, Community Services Director at HARBEL Community Organization presented information for crime prevention at the 2nd Annual North Baltiimore Public Safety Summit. York Road Partnership, Northeast Community Organization, and HARBEL Community Organization were event organizers. Program featured: Baltimore City Police Commissioner Anthony Batts and workshops on topics including cyber safety, bullying, and personal safety. A special thanks to MECU and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts. If you'd like a copy of the PowerPoint Presentation, please send email to email@example.com or call 410.444.2100.
Guns Campaign Success!
The Klein’s ShopRite Goods for Guns Campaign took over 460 guns off the streets Northeast Baltimore today (Sat., 12/15/12).
Thank you Klein’s Shop Rite, the Coldstream Homestead Montebello Community Corporation, the Northeast Police District, City Council President Jack Young, and Councilman Brandon Scott for helping us keep our neighborhoods safe.
Comstat Data • Delineates crime throughout Baltimore City
On page 7 of the data is the summarization of crime in the Northeast District. Violent crime as of November 26, 2012 compared to the same period in 2011 has decreased 16%. Property crime has decreased 11% over the same period, and Total Part I Crime is down 11% over the same period.
If you review the data for the other nine police districts, you will find some are sustaining single digit percentage decreases, and some are sustaining increases. The Northeast District is the only district in the city sustaining double digit percentage decreases.
This is due to the good work of Major Darryl DeSousa, Captain Rick Rutherford, and the officers of the Northeast District, along with the communities of Northeast Baltimore. We all need to keep up the good work, and we need to support proven community based crime prevention programs such as the NorthEast Citizens Patrol.
Naomi Benyowitz and Mike Hilliard, representing the NECOP, accepted an invitation from the British Home Office in Middlesbrough, England to help develop a citizens patrol in July 2005.
Mayor of Baltimore City: Recognition for NECOP’s continued successful crime prevention efforts in Northeast Baltimore
United States Senate, Senator Barbara A. Mikulski: In recognition for participation in National Night Out.
Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office: In appreciation for outstanding dedication and assistance to the communities of Baltimore. Patricia C. Jessamy, State's Attorney for Baltimore City
State of Maryland, Governor Parris N. Glendenning: Governor's Certificate of Merit for Outstanding Crime Prevention Program.
City of Baltimore, Mayor Martin O'Malley: Appreciation and symbol of gratitude for the splendid quality of public service.
National Crime Prevention Council, John A. Calhoun, Executive Director: Certificate of Appreciation for dedication, commitment and hard work in helping to reduce crime and to improve our communities.