Rodgers Forge Apartments manager Alina Martin said she hasn't received complaints recently about rowdy neighbors, and she hopes to keep it that way.
The apartment complex, which houses a good number of Towson University students, has hired two off-duty police officers to keep watch at various times.
"We felt it would be in the best interest of the community—for all," Martin said. "We want everyone to enjoy [living here], including the students."
Last year, Martin said the community encountered problems because students congregating in large groups at the neighborhood's open space caused disruptions, which led to some leases being terminated. She said the additional security would largely be responsible for crowd and noise control.
She emphasized that security isn't targeting Towson students specifically, but any disorderly neighbor.
"This is more of a cautionary measure—instead of waiting for something to happen," Martin said.
Earlier this month, two men, identified as Towson University students, were charged with burglary when they allegedly stole a television from a neighbor at the complex.