The DGS Maryland Capitol Police is a full service police department that provides law enforcement and security services for over 40 State buildings, 10 parking garages, and 16 surface parking lots used by State employees and visited by over one million people per year.
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IN THE NEWS
Maryland Capitol Police encourages anyone and everyone to learn CPR.
By knowing this life saving technique, you will have the power to save a life.
And with Hands-Only CPR it is now easier than ever to learn!
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Protect Your Workplace
Learn All About Suspicious Packages
Do you know the warning signs of a potentially dangerous letter or package?
And what to do if you come across one?
First, be suspicious if you come across mail/packages with:
Protruding wires or strange odors;
Excessive tape or string;
Oily spots, discolorations, or crystallization on the wrapper;
Addressing mistakes and issues, including misspelled words, badly typed or
written addresses, wrong titles with names, no return addresses, etc.
Second, if you do see one or more of these tell-tale signs, you should:
Stop…don't handle the item;
Isolate it immediately;
Don't open, smell, or taste it;
Activate your emergency plan and notify a supervisor.
Contact your Local Authorities.
Active Shooter Information
The following publications were produced by the Department of Homeland Security to provide businesses and citizens with suggested responses to an active shooter situation. The DGS Maryland Capitol Police want to ensure the employees and visitors to the state complexes that the police officers are trained to handle active shooter situations, and have the safety of the employees and visitors as a top priority in their mission.
Department of Homeland Security Video "Run. Hide. Fight." produced by Houston, TX Mayor's Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security.
WARNING: Video shows some graphic content.