Welcome to the PCRC!
The Anne Arundel County Police-Community Relations Council (PCRC) is a voluntary, independent, self-constituted advisory body. The PCRC exists with the purpose of promoting the concept that citizens, communities and the police have a common goal. This goal is the maintenance of law and order, reduction of crime and the protection of the community. The PCRC promotes the relationship and understanding necessary to effectively attain this purpose.
Each police district has its own PCRC which holds monthly meetings at the district station with the following objectives:
Anne Arundel County PCRC
Public Information Officer
Anne Arundel County
Police Department Representative
Captain Fred Plitt
Where to find the PCRC
(1944 - 2021)
It is with heartfelt sadness that we have to say goodbye to a most respected and loved member of our local community and a dear friend, Ernest “Rusty” Bristow. Rusty was the President of the Western District Police-Community Relations Council as well as so many other organizations. He was truly dedicated to the AACo Police Department and his community and kept us all laughing. We’re going to miss him more than words can possibility describe. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Rusty’s family and friends and to everyone who was lucky enough to have spent just a little bit of time with him laughing and joking around. ❤️
National Police Week 2021
Thank you to the officers who gave the ultimate sacrifice to protect their communities. We thank you for your dedication, commitment and service. You will not be forgotten.
Theft from auto is a common crime all over Anne Arundel County and the numbers could take a serious dive down if folks just took a couple seconds to hit that remote and lock their cars. That's all it takes! It really is that simple.
Did you know that police stations in all 4 districts are transaction safe zones? Feel free to utilize them when shopping from an online seller or even in custody situations.
Southern District Police Station would like to forward this scam alert to the community.
The suspect is calling elderly victims telling them a loved one was arrested and needed bail money. One victim suffered a $30K loss.
Talk to elderly parents about scams such as this. Set up their phones so that they can easily check on the family members in question from a personal and trusted phone number.