Crime Resistance Unit

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Crime Resistance Unit

Captain DePino Cathy Pugh Sgt Wilson and Colonel Wilbur Miller

Captain DePino - Cathy Pugh - Sgt Wilson - Colonel Wilbur Miller

CRU Billboard

CRU Billboard

IMG 6553This was a part or the Lock Your Car Program. Police Agent Bob Douglas put thousands of decals on meters. The decals were designed by Officer Pete Katich. Cathy Pugh is standing behind the Mayor

IMG 6586 (1)IMG 6587 (1)IMG 6590 (1)IMG 6592 (1)Lt Wilson swear s in Santas Thousands of Summons reminding people to lock their cars and put valuables out of site were placed on vehicles in Baltimore

Lt Wilson swears in Santa(s)
Thousands of Summons reminding people to lock their cars and
to put valuables out of site were placed on vehicles in Baltimore

Members of the CRU assisted with developing this National program Picture is Agt Marty Seltzer and McGruff

Members of the CRU assisted with developing this National Program
Picture is Agt Marty Seltzer and McGruff

Meto Crime Stoppers was also developed and coordinated by the CRU

Metro Crime Stoppers was developed and coordinated by the CRUOff Charles Feaster Sgt Hezzie Sessomes and Off Mike Byrd

Off Charles Feaster - Sgt Hezzie Sessomes - Off Mike Byrd

poster

CRU poster

Sgt Lewis Ag Douglas Agt Marty Seltzer Off Byrd Sg Bob Lassahn and Agt Rodriguez

Sgt Lewis - Ag Douglas - Agt Marty Seltzer - Off Byrd - Sgt Bob Lassahn - Agt Rodriguez

Sgt Seltzer Agt Rodriguez Sgt Kincaid Off Byrd and Agt Douglas

Sgt Seltzer - Agt Rodriguez - Sgt Kincaid - Off Byrd - Agt DouglasTaxi on Patrol ProgramTaxi on Patrol Program

20 January 1982 - T.O.P. [ Taxis On Patrol ] was started in Baltimore by The Baltimore Police Department working side-by-side and hand-in-hand with the Checker Cab Company, on the T.O.P. project to form the Taxi On Patrol program. What began here in Baltimore went on to become a national program, to report and solve crimes all over the country With support of Deputy Mullen and Mark Joseph Yellow Cab Company all cabs in Baltimore participated in this program Decals advertising the program were placed on all cabs an drivers were trained in what to look for and how to report crimes

With support of Deputy Mullen and Mark Joseph Yellow Cab Company all cabs in Baltimore participated in this program Decals advertising the program were placed on all cabs an drivers were trained in what to look for and how to report crimes

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