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 Patrol Division

Headquarters

The Headquarters division of the Maryland Capitol Police oversees all operational aspects of the department. The Support Services Unit, Criminal Investigative division, Security Card Processing Center and both Patrol Detachments report to Headquarters.   

 

 

Deputy Chief Terry Custer
Chief of Staff
terry.custer@maryland.gov
(410) 767-4431
301 West Preston Street
Room M-5
Baltimore, MD. 21201

Captain Stephen Lating
Planning and Research
steve.lating@maryland.gov
(410) 767-4060
301 West Preston Street
Room M-5
Baltimore, MD. 21201

 

Annapolis Detachment

The Annapolis Detachment of DGS Maryland Capitol Police is a full service police department that provides police and security services to 19 buildings, including the Maryland State House, the Revenue Administration and the Goldstein Treasury Buildings, as well as the Lowe House Office Building, the James Senate Office Building, and the Miller Senate Office Building. In addition, the detachment covers five parking garages and 11 surface parking lots. Officers assigned to the Annapolis Detachment are responsible for providing police services to the complex which entails traffic enforcement, responding to calls for service in all of the state buildings. Officers also respond to assist Annapolis City Police, Anne Arundel County Police and Maryland State Police on all types of incidents. Under the capitol city safe streets program officers patrol and respond to calls in the City of Annapolis.

Click here to view a map of the Annapolis area.

 


 

Lt. Rebecca Labs
Detachment Commander
rebecca.labs@maryland.gov
(410) 260-2919
29 St. Johns Street
Annapolis, MD. 21401

 

 

Baltimore Detachment

The Baltimore Detachment of the DGS Maryland Capitol Police is a full service police department that provides police and security services for 11 buildings, six State parking lots and four parking garages. The buildings include 201, 300 and 301 W. Preston Street, the Fifth Regiment Armory, the William Donald Schaefer Tower, the Public Defender Building, Saratoga State Center, Nancy S. Grasmick State Education Building, 2100 Guilford Avenue, 500 N. Calvert Street, and 201 St. Paul Street. Officers assigned to the detachment provide police services which entails traffic enforcement, responding to calls for service in all of the state buildings and serving warrants at 2100 Guilford Avenue. Officers also respond to assist the Baltimore City Police Department on all types of incidents. Under the Capitol City Safe Streets initiative Officers patrol and respond to calls in the City of Baltimore. 

 


 

Lt. James Rhule
Detachment Commander
james.rhule@maryland.gov
(410) 260-4416
301 West Preston Street - L100
Baltimore, MD. 21201

 

 

Events on State Property

Demonstrating on Public Property

Events Permit

 

Bike patrol 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sgt. Gould on Bike Patrol.

 

Funeral Detail 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Officer Hembrick standing at attention for the William Donald Schaefer Wake. 

 

Officer at  Governor's Inaugaration 

  

Officer Richardson at Governor O'Malley's Inauguration.