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Police Division II - Bowie
601 SW Crain Highway
Bowie, MD 20715

Contact Information
Email: Police_District2@co.pg.md.us
Telephone Number: 301-390-2100, 301-352-1200

Division 2 is located eastern region of the County and is bordered to the northeast by Anne Arundel County.

Division 2 communities include:

Bowie Glendale Greenbelt Kettering
Largo Lanham  Mitchellville  New Carrolton
Seabrook Springdale Upper Marlboro  Woodmore



Community Oriented Policing Services - COPS


Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) is a U.S. Department of Justice program designed to facilitate building trust and mutual respect between police and the communities that they serve. Through COPS initiatives officers are integrated into the community’s day-to-day on-goings by attending community meetings, county neighborhood initiatives, working with community members and other stakeholders. Together we work to resolve issues that affect the quality of life in the community. COPS collaborative efforts seek to resolve activities that impede safety, address community concerns, and implement solutions using various county resources.

Connect with Division II's COPS Office by contacting:
Bowie Division 2 
Front Desk: 301-390-2100
Email: Police_District2@co.pg.md.us   


Community Meetings

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Citizen Advisory Council (CAC)
The Commander of each Division nominates citizens from each Sector of their Division to serve on the Citizen Advisory Council (CAC). Citizens nominated must have a previously established interest and/or have been involved in police-community relations programs. All nominations will be evaluated and approved by the Chief of Police.

CAC members meet with Division Commanders, their staff, and crime prevention personnel to discuss emerging problems within the community, proposed crime reduction solutions, and community initiatives. This CAC alternates between two meeting locations. Please make a note of the time and meeting location. 

Meeting Date, Time, and Location:   
2nd Monday of the Month* at 7:00 PM
*This CAC alternates between two locations
 
Fairwood Resource
Fairwood Green Shopping Center
(January, March, May, September, and November) 
 
12500F Fairwood Parkway
Bowie, Maryland 20720
 
Largo Resource Center
(February, April, June, October, and December)
 Largo Plaza Shopping Center, 
 Kettering, Maryland 20774                                                    



Coffee Club
Coffee Club meetings are open to everyone. Community members are encouraged to attend and ask questions that inform officers about community-related issues. This is an excellent opportunity for participants to meet and collaborate with neighbors and officers in the combat to crime.

Meeting Date, Time, and Location:   
3rd Friday of each Month* at 10 AM
Dutch Farmer Market
5030 Brown Station Road
Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20772

* This club does not meet in June, July or August


Police Division VIII - Westphalia


8803 Police Plaza
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

Division 8 is located in the north-eastern region of the County. It is bordered to the northwest and southwest by Washington, D.C.

 

Capital Heights
District Heights Forestville
Suitland Westphalia  


Community Oriented Policing Services - COPS
Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) is a U.S. Department of Justice program designed to facilitate building trust and mutual respect between police and the communities that they serve.  Through COPS initiatives officers are integrated into the community’s day-to-day on-goings by attending community meetings, county neighborhood initiatives, working with community members and other stakeholders. Together we work to resolve issues that affect the quality of life in the community. COPS collaborative efforts seek to resolve activities that impede safety, address community concerns, and implement solutions using various county resources.

Contact Information
Front Desk: 301-516-5200
Email: Police_District8@co.pg.md.us


Community Meetings:


Citizen Advisory Council (CAC)



The Commander of each Division nominates citizens from each Sector of their Division to serve on the Citizen Advisory Council (CAC). Citizens nominated must have a previously established interest and/or have been involved in police-community relations programs. All nominations will be evaluated and approved by the Chief of Police.

CAC members meet with Division Commanders, their staff, and crime prevention personnel to discuss emerging problems within the community, proposed crime reduction solutions, and community initiatives.


Meeting Date, Time, and Location    
1st Wednesday of the Month* at 6:30 PM
(This meeting location rotates with Landover Division 3 )
Westphalia Landover 8
8803 Police Plaza
Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20772
*Note: This CAC does not meet in July and August.


Coffee Club


Coffee Club meetings are open to everyone. Community members are encouraged to attend and ask questions that inform officers about community-related issues. This is an excellent opportunity for participants to meet and collaborate with neighbors and officers to combat crime.

Meeting Date, Time, and Location
1st Wednesday of each month at 9 AM
Woodmore Town Center
Wegmans
9001 McHugh Drive
Lanham, Maryland 20706



Other Public Safety Resources




Sheriff - The Prince George's County Sheriff's Office is committed to providing services that are fair, impartial, and effective while incorporating the highest standards of personal conduct and performance.

Citizen Complaint Oversight - The mission of the Citizen Complaint Oversight Panel is to strengthen the partnership between citizens and the Prince George's County police by assuring the public that investigations of alleged excessive force, abusive language and/or harassment are complete, thorough, and impartial.

Corrections
- Department of Corrections provides a safe, secure and humane environment for pre-trial and sentenced offenders. Additional services and programs include education, juvenile services, religious services, domestic violence and much more. 

Fire/Emergency Medical Services
The Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (Fire/EMS) Department strives to improve the quality of life in Prince George’s County by promoting safety, and providing the highest quality of fire prevention, fire protection, emergency medical services, and community outreach programs. Click this weblink for a listing of frequently called numbers under fire/emergency medical services.

Homeland Security
The Office of Homeland Security (OHS) coordinates the activities needed to protect the lives and property of residents, the environment, and critical infrastructure from natural disaster, attack or accident. OHS includes 9-1-1 dispatch for first responders and the Office of Emergency Management whose primary component is organizing preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation of county hazards.