Councilman David Marks on Friday announced that the White Marsh police precinct would be implementing new security measures at Honeygo Run and Gough Parks.
The police will be installing a portable observation device – a trailer with pole-mounted cameras – at Honeygo Park. The precinct will also step up surveillance at both Honeygo and Gough Parks, and conduct a public information and education campaign. Should officers spot an unlocked vehicle or a vehicle where items of value are in plain sight, they will place a flyer on its windshield.
“I would like to thank Captain Christopher Kelly and the precinct for their help with these measures,” Councilman Marks commented. “With the warm weather, Gough and Honeygo Parks will be experiencing much more activity, and we want to make sure visitors feel safe and know their property will be secure.”