In Glenarden, our Police Force is working hard to keep crime down and help protect our residents and the new and existing retailers from theft and burglary. The Glenarden Administration and City Council make Public Safety our highest priority. The Mayor and City Council believes that the officers of the Glenarden Police Department are some of the finest and professional in the State of Maryland.
We all want the finer things in life. Love, comfort, and safety are at the top of everyone’s list.
For a lot of people who live in the fine state of Maryland, safety isn’t a problem, but we don’t all get to live in the safest cities — unless of course, you live in Hampstead.
The purpose of this post is to determine where the safest cities to live in are in the Old Line State. Those places where crime is usually something you hear about on Facebook, but not from your local paper.
In all, we analyzed 35 cities in Maryland with a population of more than 5,000 using the latest FBI crime data.
Here’s the list of the safest cities in Maryland for 2018:
Hampstead (Photos | Homes)
Ocean Pines (Photos | Homes)
Thurmont (Photos | Homes)
Taneytown (Photos | Homes)
Bowie (Photos | Homes)
District Heights (Photos | Homes)
Frostburg (Photos | Homes)
Brunswick (Photos | Homes)
Cheverly (Photos | Homes)
Takoma Park (Photos | Homes)
Bel Air (Photos | Homes)
Havre de Grace (Photos | Homes)
New Carrollton (Photos | Homes)
Easton (Photos | Homes)
— Read on www.homesnacks.net/cities/safest-places-in-maryland/