Letter

printed 08/23/2019

Editor,

Worcester County NAACP held a “Neighborhood Policing” discussion with Worcester County law enforcement on Aug. 15.

The law enforcement professionals who donated their time and expertise are appreciated.

The practice of community policing involves getting to know your community, partnering with citizen groups and individuals, crime prevention, and being a resource not a threat to fellow residents.

This initiative is crucial to public safety.

The Worcester County Sheriff’s Department was represented by Sheriff Matt Crisafulli and Capt. [Douglas] Dods.

Thanks also to Chief Arnold Downing, Berlin; Chief David Massey, Ocean Pines; Lt. Brian Craven, Pocomoke; and Chief Andy McGee, Snow Hill.

There were so many years of faithful service to our community within our August meeting.

Ivory P. Smith Sr.

President

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