The Maryland Capitol Police will provide with the following training seminars at Baltimore/Annapolis Complexes to State Employees upon request:
To schedule any of these seminars at your location, email request to: email@example.com
The Maryland Capitol Police provides an escort service for anyone who feels unsafe when walking across any of our complexes. To request an escort contact the Maryland Capitol Police Communications and Dispatch Center at 410-260-2911 in Annapolis or 410-767-2911 in Baltimore.
While State Office buildings are open to the public, MCP may act on behalf of the tenants of the buildings to control access. Tenant agencies can use the following form to request restricted access to State Office Buildings. (Request to Deny-Restrict Access Form)
The Maryland Capitol Police (MCP) responds to several types of non-emergency calls. The most common is a motor vehicle lockout. MCP will assist visitors and state employees with motor vehicle lockouts on the Baltimore and Annapolis complexes as well as the surrounding areas. When you call, please let the Police Communications Operator know the make and model of the vehicle, location, parking lot #, street address, call back number, and if the vehicle is running or if a child is inside. Call the Maryland Capitol Police Communications and Dispatch Center at 410-260-2911 in Annapolis or 410-767-2911 in Baltimore for a lockout request.
The MCP offers jump starts to individuals needing assistance with weak or dead batteries. Persons needing jump starts can contact the Maryland Capitol Police Communications and Dispatch Center at 410-260-2911 in Annapolis or 410-767-2911 in Baltimore. Drivers of vehicles needing jump starts should raise the hood of their vehicle to help identify their vehicle.
One of the most frequently requested services is providing copies of police records. MCP records are made available upon written request from parties of interest (i.e. victims, suspect of report, or lawyers representing parties). However, some records are not releasable due to State Freedom of Information Regulations, for example: open investigations, cases pending in court, juvenile and youth records, and arrest records that have been expunged.
Send your requests for copies of reports to:
DGS - Maryland Capitol PoliceRoom M5301 W. Preston StreetBaltimore, MD 21201
Crime Prevention Security Survey is a visual and physical inspection conducted by a police officer to evaluate your property from a crime prevention and security viewpoint. Based on the inspection, the officer will make recommendations to you on how you can reduce your chances of becoming a victim of crime by using proven crime prevention techniques.
If you request a Security Survey, a member from the Department's Crime Prevention Division will set up a date and time to meet you at your home or business and conduct a security survey inspection. The officers are specially trained and certified as Crime Prevention Practitioners and will evaluate the risk factor for your location.
Some of the items the officer will review and may make recommendations about include:
To schedule a security survey of your business, please contact the Special Services Division on 410-767-4755.
301 West Preston Street, Baltimore, MD 21201