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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Sheriff/CTV/Crime Solvers Launch “Sheriff’s Most Wanted” Program

Upper Marlboro, MD…  The Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office announced the launch today of  the Sheriff’s “Most Wanted” Program, in partnership with Prince George’s County Community Television (CTV) and Prince George’s County Crime Solvers.

With a continuing focus on getting the most dangerous offenders off County streets, the first segment of the show is exclusively persons wanted for the commission of felony crimes. “I believe good partnerships increase our potential for success,” said Sheriff High. “Collaborating with Crime Solvers and CTV is symbolic of our collective concern for safety in our communities, and this kind of program expands our reach to locate and capture individuals who are wanted for crimes against our community.”

“There was never a moment’s hesitation among the partners to do this program,” said Sandra F. Peaches, Executive Director of CTV. “This kind of programming epitomizes the core values at the heart of public access television.”

Tim Murphy Jr., Board Chairman for the Prince George’s County Crime Solvers located in County Police Headquarters said, “The partnership with the Sheriff’s “Most Wanted” is a good one for Crime Solvers. This type of outreach helps us to make residents aware that they can help get criminals off the streets anonymously and safely.”

Beginning Friday June 8, at 8:30a.m, the CTV “Most Wanted” schedule is as follows:
Comcast Channel 70 and Verizon Fios Channel 41 – Mon, Wed, Fri - 8:30a.m and 12a.m
Comcast Channel 76 and Verizon Fios Channel 42 – Thus. - 10p.m, Fri - 3p.m and 8p.m, Sat. - 9a.m

Links to the CTV- produced show will also be available for viewing at the Sheriff’s Office website, Facebook page and Blog (www.facebook.com/pgsheriff   http://www.pgsheriff.blogspot.com/)  

For more information in this contact the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office, Press Information Office at 301-780-2773.
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