Please remember to keep an eye out for suspicious activity in our neighborhood and if something doesn’t seem right please call the police at their non-emergency number (301-352-1200), or call their emergency line (911) if you feel there is an immediate threat or illegal activity occurring. By reporting suspicious activity and suspected crimes, you can help the police department better serve our community by reallocating resources where needed. The police cannot be everywhere, all the time so we must help them out by reporting things that don’t look right!
Community Policing Program Liaison (COPS)
Cpl. Bhaskarnauth A. Tiwari
Office (301) 699‐2630
Mobile (240) 762‐1545
Police Coffee Club
Every Wednesday from 9 – 10 a.m.: County District 1 Coffee Club. COPS meetings are at Jason’s Deli, 7356 Baltimore Avenue, College Park, MD 20740. Everyone is welcome.
Prince George’s County Police — Facebook Page
If you’re on Facebook, you can “Like” the Prince George’s County Police Department’s Facebook page to get news and updates.
The Prince George’s County Police Department offers a community-based policing program called Community Oriented Policing Service (COPS).
The CSTCA participates in Operation Identification, a program of the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. Operation Identification is “a program that has proven to be effective in reducing burglary in communities where it has been properly implemented.”
Operation Identification offers a brochure that lets you list identification numbers for all of your valuables to help track them down in case of theft. You can learn more about Neighborhood Watch programs here.
Here’s a list of hospitals within 30 miles of the Cool Spring Terrace neighborhood.