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Police Community Relations Councils

Most police precincts within Baltimore County have an active Police Community Relations Council. The councils consist of community leaders, interested citizens and representatives of the local business community.

Members of the councils regularly recognize individual officers within their precincts through various yearly and monthly awards. Some police councils have fundraisers to purchase and provide needed equipment and supplies for their precincts.

Meeting Objectives

Council meetings are held monthly within nearly every precinct command in Baltimore County. The council members meet with the Precinct Commander and other attending police personnel. These meetings are an excellent way to:

  • Resolve issues that exist between the community and police department
  • Provide an open forum where citizens may bring attention to problems within their neighborhood
  • Address issues with the appropriate joint police and community response
  • Provide a line of communications where the police department can inform the community of departmental programs
  • Provide an opportunity to enlist community help in crime prevention projects

Recruitment

The Police Community Relations Councils are constantly recruiting and always welcome new members. We encourage our police officers to utilize their council as an important resource to members of the community who may be interested in:

  • Learning about the Police Department
  • Bringing community problems to the attention of the Department
  • Participating in crime prevention activities

Participate in community and crime prevention programs with your Police Department to create a safer and more secure community.

BCoPD Council Meetings

The following precincts' community outreach numbers are listed along with the address, date and time of the Baltimore County Police Department (BCoPD) council meetings. Meetings start at 7 p.m. unless otherwise stated.

Precinct 02 – Woodlawn

Second Wednesday of each month
Woodlawn Precinct
6424 Windsor Mill Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21207
Phone: 410-887-4714
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Precinct 03 – Franklin

Third Tuesday of each month
Franklin Precinct 
606 Nicodemus Road
Reisterstown, Maryland 21136
Phone: 410-887-6985
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Precinct 04 – Pikesville

Fourth Tuesday of each month
Baltimore Hebrew Congregation
7401 Park Heights Avenue
Pikesville, Maryland 21208
Phone: 410-887-6775
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Precinct 06 – Towson

Fourth Tuesday of each month
Hillendale Resource Center
1055 Taylor Avenue
Parkville, Maryland 21234
Phone: 410-887-5933
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Precinct 07 – Cockeysville

Fourth Wednesday of each month
Bank of America Building
11333 McCormick Road 
Hunt Valley, Maryland 21031
Phone: 410-887-1863
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Precinct 08 – Parkville

Fourth Tuesday of each month
Christus Victor Lutheran Church
9833 Harford Road
Parkville, Maryland 21234
Phone: 410-887-5439
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Precinct 09 – White Marsh

Second Tuesday of each month (no meeting in July and August).
White Marsh Precinct
8220 Perry Hall Boulevard
Baltimore, Maryland 21236
Phone: 410-887-5035
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Precinct 11 – Essex

Second Monday of each month
Stemmers Run Substation
99 Stemmers Run Road
Essex, Maryland 21221
Phone: 410-887-0232
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Precinct 12 – Dundalk

Second Monday of each month
Dundalk Precinct
1747 Merritt Boulevard
Dundalk, Maryland 21222
Phone: 410-887-7337
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Executive Council

First Wednesday of each month 
Public Safety Building
Seventh Floor Conference Room
700 East Joppa Road
Towson, Maryland 21286 
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More Information

For additional information call 410-887-5901.

 
Revised July 25, 2016         

 

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