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Date: Feb 3, 2014

BCoPD is in the process of adding automated traffic enforcement (speed cameras) at these new school locations: 

  • Joppa View Elementary, 8700 block of Honeygo Boulevard
  • Windsor Mill Middle, 8200 block of Windsor Mill Road
  •  Dundalk High, 1900 block of Delvale Road 
  • Stoneleigh Elementary, 700 block of Stevenson Lane (an existing Stoneleigh Elementary camera in the 800 block of Regester Avenue will remain)

The cameras will be operational in the near future, but motorists should adjust their speed now. For 30 days after each camera is activated, motorists exceeding the speed limit by at least 12 mph will receive warnings rather than citations.

In compliance with state law, Baltimore County's speed cameras operate Monday through Friday between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8 p.m., including during the summer months and on  weekdays when school is not in session.

Additional details about the speed camera program, including the warning and citation process, are available on our web site.

The next meeting of the Baltimore County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council is scheduled Tuesday, February 11, 8 a.m., at the Historic Courthouse in Towson.

The meeting will be held in the Executive Conference Room on the Mezzanine Level. The Historic Courthouse is located at 400 Washington Ave., 21204.

The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council includes leaders of local law enforcement, health and corrections agencies as well as the court. The Council studies the adult and juvenile criminal justice systems; identifies problems; recommends planning, financial and operational improvements; and develops cohesive strategies, policies and programs.

Revised June 27, 2017