Category: Public Safety

Snow Storm: Carbon Monoxide Precaution Reminders

A National Weather Service blizzard warning remains in effect through 6 a.m. Sunday, forecasting an additional 7 to 14 inches of snow and sustained winds up to 30 miles per hour with gusts as high as 50 miles per hour. North College Park resident Chris Wilson has sent the following reminders about checking for snow […]

Saturday January 23rd, 2016 in Public Safety | No Comments »

Group to Discuss Traffic Safety Issues at Rhode Island Avenue and Greenbelt Road

At tonight’s Berwyn District Civic Association (BDCA) meeting, the group will discuss the traffic safety issues at the intersection of Rhode Island Avenue and Greenbelt Road. The meeting will be held at 8 p.m. at the Four Seasons Room at Holy Redeemer NOT at Fealy Hall as originally planned. The issues on this road impact […]

Thursday November 19th, 2015 in Public Safety | 1 Comment »

Infographics: Bridging the Gap in Public Safety

Tonight, the City Council will approve a grant application about a safety ambassador program in south College Park. I’ll support the proposal, but will also ask more police and other public safety resources in north College Park. When it comes to public safety resources, the gap between north and south is huge, and it’s growing. […]

Tuesday November 10th, 2015 in Public Safety | No Comments »

City Releases Speed Camera Revenue and Expenditure Report

Recently, the City of College Park has released an annual report on how much the City earned as revenue and spent in its speed camera program. The report is now required to be submitted to the Maryland Police Training Commission. This Is the first time this annual report has been required under state law. Please […]

Saturday October 31st, 2015 in Public Safety | No Comments »

Safety Camera Installed at Davis Field Playground

Good news! The safety camera in Davis Field (at the east end of Kennesaw St.) has been installed. Many of you probably know about the past disturbing graffiti / vandalism and gang activities around the playground and four tunnels area. Last year, the north College Park Civic Association (NCPCA) requested to install a safety camera […]

Thursday October 22nd, 2015 in Public Safety | No Comments »

New Flashing Pedestrian Light Near Sunnyside Skate Park

Good News! A new flashing pedestrian light (RRFB) has been installed on Rhode Island Ave at Odessa Rd near the Sunnyside Skate Park. The City Council allocated money in its FY2016 budget to buy and install this additional crossing light. In addition to this one, we have 3 more RRFBs on Rhode Island Avenue in […]

Friday October 9th, 2015 in Announcements, Public Safety | No Comments »

New Flashing Pedestrian Light Coming near Sunnyside Skate Park

Good News! A new flashing pedestrian light (RRFB) will be installed on Rhode Island Ave at Odessa Rd near the Sunnyside Skate Park. The equipment has been ordered and the light is expected to be constructed as early as late next month or the latest by this November. The City Council allocated money in its […]

Tuesday August 25th, 2015 in Public Safety, Skate Park | No Comments »

Police Investigates Homicide in Camden Apartment

According to Police, Officers responded for a shooting at the College Park Camden Apartment just before 2:30 am. A man was found suffering from apparent gunshot wounds, and pronounced dead on scene. The area is a shopping center (including IKEA) and apartment complex just off the Capital Beltway and U.S. 1. Authorities said the shooting […]

Thursday January 1st, 2015 in Police, Public Safety | No Comments »

Citing Safety Concerns, PG Parks Closes Hollywood Park’s South Gate

Recently we found that the PG Parks locked the south gate of the Hollywood Park (the Birch Field) in response to a complaint about a metro pedestrian being assaulted by someone lurking in the park. The path to the park is now blocked and the PG Parks wants metro users use the safe route (on […]

Saturday December 20th, 2014 in Public Safety | No Comments »

Police Reminds Residents About Safety During Winter Breaks

As the upcoming breaks approach, our police agencies are reminding residents how to safeguard their home. We hope this information serves as a reminder of what you can do to reduce your chance of becoming a victim of a crime and to help you remain safe . Protecting your residence while you are home or […]

Saturday November 22nd, 2014 in Public Safety | No Comments »

City Plans to Install Safety Cameras along Trolley Trail

In this week’s worksession, the City Council will discuss a plan to put security survelillance cameras along the trolley trail in the Berwyn neighborhood area. The City submitted an application for a $125,000 grant to the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention (GOCCP) to extend the City’s security camera system along the Trolley Trail […]

Monday November 3rd, 2014 in Public Safety | No Comments »

New Pedestrian Flashing Light Goes Live on Rhode Island Ave. at Hollywood Rd

A new flashing pedestrian light (RRFB) has been installed this week on Rhode Island Ave at Hollywood Rd. The accompanying pedestrian ramps will be tentatively constructed by the end of next week. This will help prevent pedestrian from walking on the grass to the service road. The City Council allocated money in its FY2015 budget […]

Tuesday October 7th, 2014 in Public Safety | No Comments »

Police Arrests College Park Burglary Suspect

Prince Gerge’s police told us last night that one of our most notorious burglary suspects has been apprehended. After a burglary was committed earlier yesterday in the Laurel area, an extensive search was done by District VI officers. The suspect, Sherrod Weaver, was later tracked back to the Hollywood section of College Park where he […]

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Saturday October 4th, 2014 in Police, Public Safety | No Comments »