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Calvert County Neighborhood Watch Program

The Calvert County Neighborhood Watch program is sponsored by the Calvert Alliance Against Substance Abuse, Inc. (CAASA), Calvert County Sheriff's Office and Maryland State Police, Barrack "U".  Meetings are led by DFC William Beisel (CCSO), Detective Greg Cameron (CCSO) and D/Sgt. Jeffrey Linger, MSP, Barrack "U".  Meetings are held the second Monday of each month, except August, at 6:30 p.m. at the Courthouse Square Conference Room, Located at 205 Main Street Prince Frederick (corner of Main and Duke Streets, Prince Frederick). The meeting dates for 2016 are:

January 11
February 8 -
Speaker:  Representative, Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department
March 14 - Field Trip/Meeting, Calvert Control Center, 175 Main Street, Prince Frederick, MD.
April 11 - Speakers:  State's Attorney Laura Martin: D/Sgt. Linger, Maryland State Police, and Sheriff Mike Evans
May 9 -
June 13 -
Calvert County Sheriff's Office - SWOT Team / Topic:   Active Shooter Presentation
July 11
August - no meeting
September - 12
October - 10
November 14
December 12

The group meets to:
  • share information with other communities and law enforcement personnel
  • seek guidance on how to handle specific problems and situations within their community, and
  • stay up to date on recent trends in criminal activity.

In an effort to keep our community members informed, current crime trends will be outlined below after each meeting.  In addition, the Calvert County Neighborhood Watch Program has a Facebook page.  This page can be found at:
Current Crime Trends (updated 7/16):

- Thefts from unlocked vehicles continue to be a problem, as well as from homes and property out buildings, such as sheds and barns.  Remember to lock your vehicles, homes and any out buildings on your property.   
-  Opioid abuse is driving the increase in petty crimes in the county, such as thefts from cars and shoplifting.  
-  There has been an increase in the IRS scam calls.  Be aware and do not provide any information to the caller.
-  Be aware of people going door to door saying they are from SMECO.  Do not allow them access to your home.  A SMECO press release dated December 2015 shared that "SMECO employees do not practice door-to-door solicitation and do not request entry to your home unless you have contacted SMECO to arrange a visit.”

Neighborhood Watch Meeting handouts

Calvert Mediation Center   
Crisis Intervention Center
State Fire Marshal's Fireworks Guidelines
DNR - Open Air Burning Brochure
Calvert County Animal Control

     None scheduled at this time.

Neighborhood Watch Newsletters:
    May 16, 2016

Neighborhood Watch Forms:
For communities that have already obtained Neighborhood Watch training, forms are available below.

Note: These forms are intended for use after training has been completed.

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