District 3 Station - Landover
Assistant Commander: Captain Gilbert Bowling
District 3 is located in the north-eastern region of the County and bordered to the northwest and southwest by Washington, DC.
District 3 communities include:
- Capitol Heights
- Chapel Oaks
- District Heights
- Fairmont Heights
- Seat Pleasant Suitland
Community Oriented Policing Services - COPS
Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) is a U.S. Department of Justice program designed to facilitate building trust and mutual respect between police and the communities that they serve. Through COPS initiatives officers are integrated into the community’s day-to-day on-goings by attending community meetings, county neighborhood initiatives, working with community members and other stake-holders. Together we work to resolve issues that affect the quality of life in the community. COPS collaborative efforts seek to resolve activities that impede safety, address community concerns, and implement solutions using various county resources.
Connect with your community’s COPS Officer by contacting:
District 3 Station – Landover Hills
Front Desk: 301- 772-4900 Email: Police_District3@co.pg.md.us
Citizen Advisory Council (CAC)
The Commander of each District nominates citizens from each Sector of their District to serve on the Citizen Advisory Council (CAC). Citizens nominated must have a previously established interest and/or been involved in police community relations programs. All nominations will be evaluated and approved by the Chief of Police.
CAC members meet with District Commanders, their staff, and crime prevention personnel to discuss emerging problems within the community, proposed crime reduction solutions, and community initiatives.
Meeting Date, Time, and Location: 1st Wednesday of the Month* at 6:30 PM
District 3 – Landover Hills
2nd Floor Conference Room
7600 Barlowe Road
Landover Hills, Maryland 20785
*Note: This CAC does not meet in July and August.
Coffee Club meetings are open to everyone. Community members are encouraged to attend and ask questions that inform officers about community-related issues. This is an excellent opportunity for participants to meet and collaborate with neighbors and officers in the combat to crime.
Meeting Date, Time, and Location: 1st Wednesday of each Month at 10 AM
Woodmore Town Center
9001 McHugh Drive,
Lanham, Maryland 20706