COP MISSION STATEMENT
To organize the citizens of Villa Nova to aid the Police Department in crime prevention by disseminating information to help the residents deter crime; issuing, in cooperation with the VNCA, newsletters promoting activities; acting as lesion to the Police Department on communal concerns; and by patrolling the community so as to alert the police of suspicious activities.
VILLA NOVA CITIZENS ON PATROL (COP)
The Villa Nova Citizens on Patrol (COP) was organized in 1994 at the request and with the support of the Baltimore County Police Department and the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention. Research has shown that communities with active Citizens on Patrol are safer. The COP is a separate and different organization than the Villa Nova Community Association. COP is focused on crime and works closely with the county police department. COP is a citizens watch function, not policing or enforcement function. Training is provided for all participants.
Villa Nova is served by: Baltimore Co. Police Dept. Precinct 4/Pikesville, 215 Milford Mill RD, Pikesville, MD 21208 ▪ 410.887.1279
Community Outreach/COP – 410.887.6775
To join VNCOP, contact Deirdre Elvis-Peterson -
The LIBERTY ROAD COMMUNITY COUNCIL is an organization representing the interests of community associations and citizens residing along the western Liberty Road corridor. LRCC cannot do its job unless we speak up.
Do you have a complaint about a Liberty Rd. business? The LIBERTY ROAD COMMUNITY COUNCIL (LRCC) is an organization representing the interests of community associations and citizens residing along the western Liberty Road corridor. LRCC cannot do its job unless we speak up. Submit your complaint to our LRCC Representative: Betty Matthews, VNCA, P.O. BOX 32721, Pikesville, MD 21282.
Liberty Road Business Association (LRBA), our motto says it all “In business for your business”. This is a calling card that has been in existence for over 30 years in the Northwest Baltimore County sector. The mission of the Liberty Road Business Association is to promote, grow and sustain a diverse and thriving business community that will enrich the quality of life and enhance prosperity in the Liberty Road Corridor and supporting communities.
We are a member-driven, member-supported non-profit organization that has been the voice of business in Liberty Road Corridor – NW Baltimore County since the 1970’s. As a long-standing community partner, we are an advocate for the businesses along the Corridor to help maintain a healthy business climate, a well-trained and educated workforce, quality schools and safe neighborhoods, not just for the interest of business, but for the future of our community.
Our organization comprises more than 50 members of small to large businesses and organizations that operate and have a vested interest in the economic vitality of The Liberty Road Corridor and NW Baltimore County Sector.
LRBA’s core services are business advocacy on the local level, education and marketing. By providing a venue for business professionals to develop their professional networks and hone their skills, by providing a voice for business and by linking our community cornerstones, “Your LRBA” is the gateway to business in Baltimore.