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Call 911 FOR ALL POLICE EMERGENCIES
The Loch Raven Improvement Association falls within the jurisdiction of the Northeast Police Department (NED). The NED is the largest police district in Baltimore City. It encompasses 16.71 square miles and borders the Northern District, Eastern District, Southeastern District, and two Baltimore County precincts.
Northeast Police Department
1900 Argonne Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218
Community Relations: 410-889-6499
Detective Unit: 410-396-2449
Drug Hotline: 410-666-3784
(NO MAIL INQUIRIES)
All U.S. Postal Service mail should be sent to:
Baltimore Police Department
Attn: Northeast Police District
242 W. 29th Street
Baltimore, MD 21211-2908
We understand that many residents are apprehensive about reporting crime, and wish to remain anonymous when reporting crime in order to protect their own safety. To remain anonymous when calling 911, you can always simply state that you wish to remain anonymous.
Baltimore's Crime Watch numbers are available to residents seeking additional assurance and confidence that they will remain anonymous when reporting crime.
What is a Crime Watch Number?
Baltimore City's personal Crime Watch number is a confidential, unique, seven digit number issued to you by the police department. It allows you to anonymously report crimes in progress and suspicious activity. If you use the number when you call 911, the operator will not ask for your information and the responding officers will not contact you to follow up.
How it works:
When you give your Crime Watch number to the 911 Operator, the Operator will ask you several questions, including the location of the incident about which you are calling. The 911 Operator will tell the police about the location of the incident, but WILL NOT tell the police any information about the person calling 911.
The police officer will respond to the location of the incident, not to the caller.
Even if the incident is right in front of your house, the responding officer will not know if the call came from your house, one of your neighbors or someone passing by.
The LRIA encourages ALL residents to get involved in the Crime Watch program.
Download the application below.
Catalytic converter thefts are on the rise throughout Baltimore City. If you recognize the maroon pick-up truck in the above photo, please contact Baltimore Police at 911. The occupants of this vehicle are wanted for the theft of a catalytic converter from the red vehicle in the background, which they quickly jacked up and sawed off from the exhaust system. Incident occurred on July 30th, 2021, in northeast Baltimore. STAY ALERT AND REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY!