Iraqis to discuss police issues with Baltimore department

November 12, 2009

A group of Iraqi police officers and representatives from the Pentagon are scheduled to visit with Baltimore police next month to learn about informing the public about crime and interacting with residents. Anthony Guglielmi, the city police chief spokesman, said the visit is to take place Dec. 11 and 12 and will include a day talking with Baltimore public affairs officers, members of the news media and a community open house. On Dec. 12, they are scheduled to participate in a Citizens on Patrol walk in the Southwestern District. The walks, started by Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III, are designed to help residents and police interact and are conducted routinely in nearly every neighborhood throughout the city. Guglielmi said the group is meeting with several city police departments in addition to Baltimore.

- Peter Hermann

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