"It seems that, ya know, crime keeps coming out further and further," said Cumberland Police Chief Michael Crooke.
Chief Crooke says, they're working hard to fix that.
"When you get one of these, they take it personal.
They have a bulldog approach to it.
They're going to keep working on it.
It may not be news worthy every day and we may not see what they're doing, but they're always talking to somebody," said Crooke
Thursday night everyone in the church said it's important to join forces and infiltrate communities to find out the needs of their neighbors.
"Because if we're wanting people to love one another we have to teach them love in the home," said Keglar.''
Chief Crooke says they will be increasing patrols throughout the summer.
says other crucial things to help fight crime are programs like Project Safe Neighborhood and hopes for the funding.