Nightly patrols in the Upper Northwest area to be a preventative force – and stop crimes before they happen.
Revolutionary program designed to help victims of crime navigate the halls of justice, and advocate on their behalf with the State’s Attorney’s Office and other justice officials.
Watch Your Home Program
Going on vacation? Let us know – we’ll keep an eye on your home to ensure it is safe!
Citizen Protection Program
It’s dark outside, and you are just arriving home. Everything seems okay, but you would like some extra eyes to watch you into your home. With just one call, someone will be there to watch you into your home.
Whether it’s a dinner party or a large communal gathering, we provide event overwatch and traffic assistance to ensure participants arrive and depart safely.
Individuals with cognitive diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Autism are at risk of wandering away from home. The NWCP is the only program in the Baltimore area which provides a pro-active system to help find a wandering person with cognitive diseases.
Auto Theft Protection
An unsecure vehicle is a beacon for the bad guys. Don’t be a victim. Purchase a vehicle safety device, and never have to worry about your car being stolen.
Home Security Surveys
Is your home secure? Our police liaison officer can visit your home and tell you – and suggest ways to make it more secure.
As part of the NWCP’s all encompassing security program, we are proud to bring you a new initiative to help secure the technology in your home and business. Each month, we will bring you an article relating to a timely or important aspect of cyber security. Photo Courtesy: http://www.perspecsys.com/
About the NWCP
The NWCP is the leading and longest running community patrol organization in the United States. With over 350 volunteers, the NWCP helps keep all residents of Upper Northwest Baltimore safe and sound. Started in 1982 by Dr. Tzvi (Rusty) White, the NWCP has gained the trust and support of the Baltimore City and Baltimore County Police Departments, State's Attorney's Office and many other local, national and worldwide law enforcement and Judicial offices.
Latest NWCP News
The latest edition of The Citizens, the NWCP’s new newsletter, has been published!
The Baltimore Police Department has advised the NWCP that numerous people have received the following on their phones and emails: “I have been paid to kill you but wish to spare you. Inform the police or other authorities and you will die. contact me on my email………” Please be advised that this is only a[…]
The latest edition of The Citizens, the NWCP’s new newsletter, has been published! In this issue: Read an interview with Police Commissioner Kevin Davis Learn about the Baltimore Jewish Council President Howard Libit And much more! To download the December edition, click here.
The latest edition of The Citizens, the NWCP’s new newsletter, has been published! Read about interesting security and safety information about your community.
The latest edition of The Citizens, the NWCP’s new newsletter, has been published! Read all about the security and safety of your community.
The second edition of The Citizens, the NWCP’s new newsletter, has been published! Read all about the security and safety of your community. You can download or read the document here.
The Danger of Reusing the Same Password for Your On-Line Accounts Summary Every day, cybercriminals compromise websites and post online lists of usernames, email addresses, and passwords. This leaves users open to follow-on attacks if that user has set up the same password on multiple sites. Password reuse is when someone reuses the same password[…]
Read the full interview with Jack Young, as seen in the inaugural edition of The Citizen.
The NWCP is proud to launch our monthly newsletter, titled The Citizen. This newsletter will provide you an insider look at the prime players in keeping us, the Baltimore community, safe.