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Marylou Berg, Communication Manager, 240-314-8105
Rockville Police Want to Meet You
Rockville, Md., Sept. 12 – Rockville City Police Department (RCPD) officers and staff are hosting three free community meetings next week. The meetings are open to the public and are an opportunity for residents to learn more about the department and its activities, ask questions of law enforcement officials and get to know their local police officers.
Animal control, community services, community enhancement/code enforcement, investigations, patrol units and traffic enforcement personnel will be in attendance.
The meeting locations and schedule are:
“We are hoping to see a lot of our residents at these meetings,” said Police Chief Terrance N. Treschuk. “It’s important to us that people see us out in the community, getting to know them and hearing firsthand what their concerns and questions are.”
For more information about the meetings contact Cpl. Ken Matney at 240-314-8922.
Rockville is considered one of the nation's leading small cities. Rockville reveres its roots, its commitment to citizen-centric public service, to the environment and to the connection of neighborhoods and residents. Rockville is a 13-square-mile city that is home to more than 62,000 residents, located less than 15 miles northwest of Washington, D.C., and is frequently recognized as one of the best places to live in the nation.
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