Three properties in River Hill were burglarized in late August. In all three cases, the homes were unsecured making it easy for the robberies to take place. During the last week of September there was a rash of forced entries in the county, one of which occurred on Trotter Road. Did you know about these incidents? Do you know what steps you should take to protect your property? Have you observed someone or something suspicious but you didn’t know what to do?
If your street participates in the Neighborhood Watch Program, then you should know the answers to all these questions. If your street isn’t participating, then get involved and become a part of this network of residents interested in keeping our community a safe place to live. Plan to attend the Block Captain Training session on Tuesday, October 9, 7 p.m. at Claret Hall. This session will be especially geared for new Block Captains and residents interested in joining the program. Officer Benn will be on hand and will provide updates on recent activity. Light refreshments will be provided. Are you unable to attend? Then contact Susan Smith via email at email@example.com or at 410-531-1749 to schedule individual training.