Westminster Police Department

  • Agency: Westminster Police Department
  • Address: 36 Locust St., Westminster, 21158 MD
  • Chief: Jeffrey Spaulding (Chief of Police)
Phone: 410-848-4646
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Westminster Police Department is located at 36 Locust St., Westminster, 21158 MD. The Chief of Police of the department is Jeffrey Spaulding. The Westminster Police Department phone number is 410-848-4646.

Westminster Police Department News

Each quarter the Westminster Police Department proudly recognizes one of our members as our “Civilian of the Quarter”. These members are nominated by supervisors for their professional and dedicated service to the Department and the community. Administrative Assistant, Karen Bullock (pictured with Major Ledwell) was selected as our Civilian of the 3rd Quarter for 2018. Among her many contributions this quarter, Ms. Bullock was recognized for her leadership role in many of the community outreach events sponsored by the Department such as “Shop With A Cop – Back to School” and “Cops on Rooftops”

Each month the Westminster Police Department proudly recognizes one of our members as our “Police Officer of the Month”. These members are nominated by supervisors for their professional and dedicated service to the Department and the community. PFC Al Bullington (pictured with Major Ledwell - left) was selected as our Police Officer of the Month for September. Among his many contributions, PFC Bullington responded to a call for an unconscious person in need of medical attention. Upon arrival he performed CPR and his timely and effective emergency medical care was instrumental in saving the life of the victim.

On October 19th PFC Chris Workman was promoted to the rank of Sergeant by Mayor Joe Dominick and Chief Jeff Spaulding. Sergeant Workman began his affiliation with the Police Department as a uniformed volunteer in 2003. He went on to become a police dispatcher, then a police officer. During his tenure Sergeant Workman has been recognized for his dedication and professionalism. Congratulations to Sergeant Workman on his well-deserved promotion!

Each quarter the Westminster Police Department proudly recognizes one of our members as our “Civilian of the Quarter”. These members are nominated by supervisors for their professional and dedicated service to the Department and the community. Communications Division Supervisor, Lisa Cooper (pictured with Chief Spaulding) was selected as our Civilian of the 2nd Quarter for 2018. Among her many contributions this quarter, Ms. Cooper was recognized for her proactive and collaborative efforts to address procedural or operational issues encountered within the Communications Division.

Each month the Westminster Police Department proudly recognizes one of our members as our “Police Officer of the Month”. These members are nominated by supervisors for their professional and dedicated service to the Department and the community. PFC Martin Runk (pictured with Chief Spaulding) was selected as our Police Officer of the Month for August. Among his many contributions, PFC Runk was recognized for looking beyond a routine traffic violation and identifying other more significant crimes that are occurring.

The Westminster Police Department is pleased to welcome our newest members, Police Officer Victoria Ash and Police Officer Jason Linkous. These officers recently completed 6-months of intensive training and graduated from the police academy on Thursday, October 11, 2018. They are now serving the citizens of Westminster while they complete their field training. Please welcome them to the City if you encounter them out on patrol. They are proud to serve the citizens of Westminster!

October 10th was Walk Maryland Day for a 1-mile community walk. Aux. Sgt. Pujals Keyser of the Westminster Police Department participated along with members of the Carroll County Health Department.

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Each month the Westminster Police Department proudly recognizes one of our members as our “Police Officer of the Month”. These members are nominated by supervisors or peers for their professional and dedicated service to the Department and the community. PFC Martin Runk (pictured with Chief Spaulding) was selected as our Police Officer of the Month for July. Among his many contributions, PFC Runk was recognized for his investigative efforts in turning an ordinary traffic stop into an arrest for opiod possession. Congratulations to PFC Runk for a job well done!

Please join Carroll County law enforcement at the Westminster Dunkin Donuts for the 9th Annual “Cops on Rooftops” event. They are raising much needed funds for the athletes of Special Olympics Maryland. Sheriff DeWees, States Attorney DeLeonardo, Chief Spaulding and Lieutenant Bosley (MSP) are all participating. They went up onto the roof at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday and will be there until noon on Sunday. Their goal is to raise $12,000. Please stop by and support this great cause!

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On August 14th, Sergeant Jeffrey Schuster was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant of the Westminster Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Unit. Congratulations Lieutenant Schuster! On August 14th, Lieutenant Scott Peter was promoted to the rank of Captain of the Westminster Police Department’s Field Services Bureau. Congratulations Captain Peter!

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Westminster Police wishes to thank Kathe Holmes with “Protect the Paws – A K9 Cause” who donated 14 K9 bullet proof vests to state and local agencies in Maryland. Foxy of the Westminster Police Department was one of the recipients. Shown are Kathe Holmes with “Protect The Paws – A K9 Cause”, PFC Tim Pheabus, Foxy – Westminster PD’s K9 and Colleen Stein and her daughter who facilitated the donation.

National Night Out on Palmer Terrace!

On August 7, 2018, the Westminster Police Department particpated in National Night Out along with several communities in the City of Westminster. Picutred below from the Furnace Hills Board of Directors from left to right: Loretta Grieves, City Of Westminster Council member Mona Becker, Brenda Finkner, Kersti Weddle.

Officer Stahlman is pictured below taking some time during her daily patrols to interact with some children who appeared as dinosaurs!!!