Talking to police

Shomrim of Baltimore, a highly organized all-volunteer group of mostly orthodox Jews, takes citizen on patrols to a new level by responding to calls throughout Baltimore's Jewish neighborhoods 24/7. Ronnie Rosenbluth, vice president of Shomrim of Baltimore, talks with Officer Robert Hankard, of Northwest district neighborhood services' bike units, on information of unattended vehicles called in by concern citizens in the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100603120000" title="Pikesville" href="/topic/us/maryland/baltimore-county/pikesville-PLGEO100100603120000.topic">Pikesville</a> neighborhood. The two are pictured in Rosenbluth's pizza shop on Reisterstown Road.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Kenneth K. Lam / November 11, 2009 )

Shomrim of Baltimore, a highly organized all-volunteer group of mostly orthodox Jews, takes citizen on patrols to a new level by responding to calls throughout Baltimore's Jewish neighborhoods 24/7. Ronnie Rosenbluth, vice president of Shomrim of Baltimore, talks with Officer Robert Hankard, of Northwest district neighborhood services' bike units, on information of unattended vehicles called in by concern citizens in the Pikesville neighborhood. The two are pictured in Rosenbluth's pizza shop on Reisterstown Road.

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