Featured Post

The Most Important Thing You Can Do To Keep Us Safe!

Call the Police! Use 911 in true emergencies. Use 301-352-1200 (non-emergency number): To report incidents that requires the non-emerg...

Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Your Chance to Find Out How Our County Police Officers Are Trained

Contact one of Division VII Community Engagement Officers if you are interested:
Cpl. Blackwell, vablackwell@co.pg.md.us, 240-481-5871
Cpl. Rannacher, sdrannacher@co.pg.md.us, 240-507-8110

Monday, August 8, 2022

Slow Down! Save a Life and Save Money


(Click on the above image for the U.S. DoE Fact of the Week #1240, May 30, 2022)

Wednesday, August 3, 2022

National Night Out 2022 - People Enjoying Getting Together

Thanks to T.D. Sparkman Photography (first District VII Commander Tammy Sparkman) for the pictures!
Thank you to all the individuals, sponsors, organizations, and businesses who supported the event.
And, thank you to everyone who came out to enjoy a great time together.
(Click on the images to expand them.)


Saturday, July 30, 2022

County Yearly Car Crashes per 100,000 Vehicles

Charles County: 20.5
Prince George's County: 15.3
D.C.: 7.9
Montgomery County: 5.0
Arlington County: 1.8

Thursday, July 28, 2022

Fort Washington Division VII Crime (June 20-26, 2022)

From Cpl. Rannacher, Sdrannacher@co.pg.md.us, (O)301-292-5339, (C)240-507-8110

Police report a trend of increasing domestic violence and encourage you to report it. A list of domestic violence resources is available here
Major Mitchell reports increasing theft from auto while people are pumping gas. Be sure to turn your car off and lock the doors while filling up.
Also, with the advent of better weather, he warns that shed break-ins and theft of lawn equipment will increase. Be sure to secure your property and mark it with your driver's license number.
Make your home appear occupied when you are away.