What Are The Districts?
How To Get Involved
Prince George's County Has 7 Police Districts
Each district involves the community through Coffee Clubs and Citizens Advisory Committees.
All CPAAA members are encouraged to become involved in their districts
The Prince George's County Police Department has 7 Police Districts and CPAAA encourages our members to be involved in their local district.
Each district has various community outreach programs and specific volunteering needs.
Each district has a Coffee Club which meets either monthly or weekly to discuss issues going on in their area with a police representative.
In addition the districts support several programs like Toys For Tots, National Night Out, Police Explorers' and PAL.
What Do They Do?
Information on how to contact a CPAAA leader in each district will be available shortly.
District Coffee Club Meetings
District Coffee Clubs are open to the public and allow community members to interact with officers and provide information about the community. CPAAA members are encouraged to attend the meetings, become involved in the Districts and report back to CPAAA about what they learn.
|Jason's Deli7356 Baltimore Ave, College Park||9AM - 10AM Every Wednesday In The Summer|
|II.Bowie||Amish Farmers Market, 5030 Brown Station Road, Upper Marlboro||10AM Third Friday|
|III. Landover||Wegman's Woodmore||9AM Every 1st Wednesday|
|IV. Oxon Hill|
Combined with Dist VII South County Community Roundtable Harborside Hotel, 6400 Oxon Hill Road, Oxon Hill, MD
|10AM Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday|
|V. Clinton||Branch Avenue Safeway In Woodyard Crossing Shopping Center||9AM Every Wednesday|
|VI. Beltsville||Laurel Senior Center, 7120 Contee Road, Laurel||1PM 1st Thursday|
|VII. Ft. Washington||Combined with Dist IV - South County Community Roundtable, Harborside Hotel, 6400 Oxon HIll Road, Oxon Hill, MD||10AM Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday|