Compliment or Complaint Form

​​​Filing a Compliment or Complaint

It is the policy of the Maryland Capitol Police to investigate all complaints against agency employees and conduct investigations in a fair and equitable manner.

Anyone wishing to provide a compliment or file a complaint or may do so in person, by telephone, in
writing via U.S. Mail, via email, or by completing the on-line form below. Anyone making a complaint
must provide their name, mailing address and phone number or email if they wish to receive
notifications and updates regarding the complaint process.

Please note that a person may be held criminally and/or civilly liable for knowingly filing a false
complaint or making a false statement.

How to provide a compliment or file a complaint:​ (select one of the options below)

  1. In person, during business hours, Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 4 PM at one of the following locations:

    Baltimore Division
    301 W. Preston Street, Suite L-100
    Baltimore, MD 21201

    Annapolis Division
    29 St. Johns Street
    Annapolis, MD 21401

  2. By telephone at the following MCP phone number:


  3. In writing via U.S. Mail to:

    Maryland Capitol Police
    Attn: Headquarters
    301 W. Preston Street, Suite M-5
    Baltimore, MD 21201

  4. Via email to:

  5. Via MCP Public Portal​​

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