Havre De Grace Police Department

  • Agency: Havre De Grace Police Department
  • Address: 715 Pennington Ave, Havre De Grace, 21078 MD
  • Chief: Teresa Walter (Chief of Police)
Phone: 410-939-2121
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Havre De Grace Police Department is located at 715 Pennington Ave, Havre De Grace, 21078 MD. The Chief of Police of the department is Teresa Walter. The Havre De Grace Police Department phone number is 410-939-2121.

Havre De Grace Police Department News

We are so proud of Yoanni, a member of our Safety Club who is doing a very thoughtful service learning project for his school. Yoanni will be collecting hats, scarfs, gloves, blankets, and coats for those who are in need! We are helping him by placing a donation box in our lobby, so if you can help him out the box will be in the police department lobby starting Monday, November 12th!

November Safety Club was a success!!! Thank you, Officer Marika Krejci, from Harford County Sheriff's Office Animal Control. Officer Marika taught club members about Animal Control and the types of investigations they do. We also got to see her mobile office! Remember you can always join Safety Club by just attending the next meeting, so if your kid is interested in public safety and is in elementary school, bring them to our next meeting!

Shop with a Cop Harford County needs help raising funds for this years campaign! If you are able to donate to this event, you can at https://www.gofundme.com/harford-county-shop-with-a-cop. Please visit Shop with a Cop -Harford County for more information. The program provides less fortunate children with the shopping experience of purchasing holiday gifts for their family members and themselves. Each child will be paired with a police officer to go shopping within Harford County on December 15th. The police officer assists the kids in picking out gifts. Our goal is to raise enough money for each child to have extra money to buy a gift for themselves as well as some clothes. After shopping the kids will be provided with a lunch. During that time volunteers will be wrapping the gifts to be ready for the holidays. We are a proud participant in this event!

The Havre de Grace Arts Collective, in cooperation with Havre de Grace Elementary and Middle Schools along with the Havre de Grace Police Department, are presenting the film, “Wonder,” in conjunction with a post-film discussion on bullying. Multiple screenings will be held during the school day on November 13th, November 26th & 28th at the Cultural Center at the Opera House in Havre de Grace. PFC Teresa Adams from the police department, an experienced speaker on the subject of bullying, has already spoken to a variety of schools and Boys and Girls Clubs around Harford County. She is tailoring this particular discussion around the film. One of the messages of the film can be wrapped up in a single quote from the film, “Given the choice between being right and being kind, choose kind.” The 2017 film “Wonder” is the story of a boy with a rare medical facial deformity who enters public school for the first time as a fifth grader. It is a story of friendship, cruelty, courage and teaching about the downside of bullying for all concerned. The film stars Julia Roberts, twelve-year old Jacob Tremblay, and Owen Wilson. The Havre de Grace Arts Collective is a non-profit organization that operates the newly remodeled 201 seat theater on Union Avenue, The Cultural Center at the Opera House. The volunteer members of the Collective are committed to bringing the arts (music, drama, dance, visual arts, and film) to the community. Over the past year, the Collective has presented a series of children’s films as Saturday matinees at no charge for children, while adults are asked to pay a nominal ticket price. “We are committed to bringing all kinds of art experiences to our community’s children,” says Rebecca Jessop, Executive Director. “We love the idea of bringing kids to our theater to see and talk about the film, “Wonder,” a very special film indeed. And of course, we are particularly happy for them to be introduced to our city’s most recent performance space. After all, it’s really their theater too.” For more information about this partnership or developing additional collaborations in the future, please contact Rebecca Jessop, 410-502-2005, executivedirector@artscollective.org

Our friend Zachary Bauer came to the station for a tour. He learned about HdG officers for a school project. Thanks Zach for coming out and meeting us. Here is a picture of Zach, PFC Lathroum, and K9 Ikar!

A big thank you to Dena Wasmer from Cummings & Co. Realtors and Ginny VonBussenius from Guardian Mortgage for providing breakfast to the public safety community this morning at Concord Point Coffee! We are so thankful for the kindness of the business community.

Trick or Treating is from 6 pm to 8 pm in the City of Havre de Grace, we hope you all have a fun and safe night! When you see your Havre de Grace Police patrolling your neighborhood tonight, say hello! Here are some photos of us at the Halloween Parade last night. We saw a lot of awesome costumes!

Yesterday we conducted two active shooter training classes for our friends at Smucker's Havre de Grace. We want to give our community as much information as possible to keep them safe. If your business, church, club, or community group would like this type of training call Cpl. Petz at 410-939-2121 to get it scheduled. Also a big thank you to Katie Badders from Harford County Office of Drug Control Policy for coming out and speaking on mental health. We believe that it is important for people to look out for each other, be aware when someone may be hurting on the inside, and to know where to get them help.

Halloween Safety Tips: drivers slow down and be aware of the increased foot traffic. Trick or Treaters make sure you have an adult with you and use the sidewalks!

Update: His family has been located! This guy was found in the are of Chesapeake Drive. Call us at 410-939-2121 so we can reunite him with his humans.

Update: Spike is home! ***Please Share*** Help Spike find his way home! Last seen in the area of Green Street. Call us at 410-939-2121 if you see him.

We have recently taken several reports for thefts from vehicles. Please remember to lock your cars and remove your valuables, that will take away the opportunity from a thief. Please call us when you see anything suspicious like people looking into multiple vehicles, we will respond and investigate.

We are at the Carnival on the Chesapeake. Come down to Tydings Park and say hello! Your SRO team will be here through the duration of the carnival.

We had Cub Scout Pack 802 - Aberdeen MD stop by for a tour of the station and to learn about the Police Department. We had a great time with a great group of scouts! If you're interested in bringing your community group to the station for a tour contact Cpl. Petz at 410-939-2121 for scheduling.

Clean out your medicine cabinet and drop your old prescription at the Havre de Grace Police Department this Saturday between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. We will be on site with our partners from the DEA as part of a national campaign to get drugs off the streets. If you can't make it out on Saturday its okay we have a drop box right in the front of our police station where you can drop off your old prescriptions 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week!

We will be posting several safety tips leading up to Halloween!

For all of our friends in the City of Havre de Grace are you on Nextdoor? This site connects neighborhoods! We can post specifically to your neighborhood on this platform, so please follow us there!

Please share this information, it's a way to help keep our schools safe! 👉📱The #SafeSchoolsMaryland app is free and easy to use. Make sure your students and teachers download this app today. ☝️Remember: A Safer School Starts with YOU.

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We are at the Havre de Grace High School homecoming keeping the students, staff, and volunteers safe during their dance. #HdGPROUD #Home

It's raining in HdG, make sure you're using your headlights and wipers!

Tonight Chris Herren spoke on his experience with drug abuse and recovery. We are thankful that so many people came out to listen and learn about addiction and recovery. As a community, we need to continue to learn about what is going on around us and create change for the better. If you know someone who is struggling with addiction contact the Harford County Office of Drug Control Policy they can help you find resources. If you know someone who is selling drugs call us at 410-939-2121 you can remain anonymous.

Reminder tonight is First Friday and a home Warrior football game, please use caution when driving because there will be an increase in foot traffic. Also, make sure you look for no parking signs downtown they are posted for First Friday.

You may have noticed that we changed our profile picture to a pink-themed HdG Police patch, it is for cancer awareness. If you are interested in owning one of these patches we will have them at this months First Friday in downtown Havre de Grace for $5.00 dollars. All the proceeds will go to our friends at Relay For Life of Harford County, MD!