Mayor Buckley's Neighborhood Safety Plan

Mayor Buckley's Neighborhood Safety Plan

Prevention Programs

Re-Entry Programs


Workforce Development
Parole Office at APD
Financial Literacy

LEAD Annapolis


Work with courts and police to
divert non-violent offenders to
community-based services.

Inter-agency Coordination


County Mental Health Referrals

Community Relations

Youth Programs


Recreation and Parks
Police Camps and Field Trips
One Annapolis Pop Up Camps

Resource Centers


On-site and staffed with
social work teams.

No Harm


Substance Use and Abuse
Violence Interruption

Accountability

Body Worn Cameras


Since 2017, all sworn officers
wear and are trained in Body-Worn Cameras

Compliance with Maryland 

Police Accountability Act


No Knock Warrants
Internal Investigations
Public Information Requests

Civilian Review Advisory


Established in 2020

Enforcement

Safety is a Priority


All residents have a right to
live in safe communities.

Closing Cases


Holding criminals accountable
by swiftly closing cases.
In 2021, APD has already closed
three of four homicide cases.

Reduce crime and incarceration


By strengthening community ties, police can focus on protecting
residents from criminal activity.
Public Safety Data
Crime Report

Reentry/PIP


Annapolis Police works to provide
assistance to members of the community
returning from a period of incarceration

Neighborhood Patrols


Officers are dedicated to
patrolling areas experiencing
increased crime to offer assistance

Community


Engagement teams help at-risk
youth with schoolwork while
"Character Counts" provides
positive interaction with law
enforcement

Security Service


December 2021: APD will offer private
security and staff to assist communities
with security and training

Juvenile Diversion


Summer 2022: Officers will speak
to at-risk youth to help them
avoid incarceration and
develop camps,
conflict resolution and more.

Partners


ONGOING: Annapolis Police
will work with the
Masons to support
a new lodge with
the intent of
mentoring youth.
Lock your car, hide your belongings, take your keys, do leave your vehicle unattended.
In 2020, Annapolis had 198 non-fatal overdoses, 28 being fatal. 2021 110 non-fatal, with 16 fatal

Homicide/Shooting/Shots Fired

data from 2019 to 2021