Linover to Host Community Walk With Police

The Linover Improvement Association announced it is having a crime and safety walk with Police Chief McCullough, elected officials and neighbors on Tuesday, Oct. 3 at 5:30 p.m. at Terrace Drive at the Linover Park entrance.

The Linover Improvement Association has advocated for a crime and safety town hall for our community for many years, with plans stopped during the start of the pandemic.

After some concerns and issues this year (many of which you have seen on Nextdoor or heard at our meetings), Linover is excited to have this opportunity with the help of Delegate Carl Jackson.

We will also be joined by community leaders from neighboring community associations coming to walk with us in support.

Linover invites the community to walk with them, vocalize your concerns, and help strengthen the community.

If you cannot walk with Linover asks to please turn your porch light on and join us on your porch.

Some areas we will be bringing to the attention to Police Chief McCullough is the need for community outreach officers, the safety of our children walking to and from school, and the speeding throughout the community (just to name a few).

For more information, email

B.J. Joseph

Benjamin Joesph has covered news in Eastern Baltimore County since 2006. He started as a reporter with the original East County Times in 2006. He started East Baltco News and later in 2022.