Maryland Capitol Police

  • Agency: Maryland Capitol Police
  • Address: 301 West Preston Street, Room M-5, Baltimore, 21201 MD
  • Chief:
Phone: 410-767-7450

Maryland Capitol Police is located at 301 West Preston Street, Room M-5, Baltimore, 21201 MD. The Maryland Capitol Police phone number is 410-767-7450.

Maryland Capitol Police News

‪Today MCP celebrate the recognition of Officers Chadwick and Layton! During Governor Larry Hogan's #BaltCityDay Cabinet Meeting at the Shake & Bake Family Fun Center, they were each presented Governor Citations for their enforcement efforts and dedication to duty.‬

MCP Sgt. Jackson, Pfc. Boggs and Security Director Jones helped celebrate athletes at today's 2018 @SpOlympicsMD Summer Games Track and Field competition @TowsonU Johnny Unitas Stadium.

Chief Wilson congratulates Maryland Capitol Police newest Mountain Bike Patrol officers!

Congratulations to MCP newest certified K9! Today, Officer Rylo and his handler, Officer Hugo were pinned by Chief Wilson.

Maryland Capitol Police celebrates and appreciates the Administrative Professionals that keep our offices running! Happy #AdministrativeProfessionalsDay! Thank you for all you do!

Congratulations to Pfc. V. Kurek! The Governor's Customer Service Heroes award was presented to him by Governor Hogan at today's Board of Public Works meeting. Pfc. Kurek is honored for his response and investigation of an accident at the William Donald Schaefer tower.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Prince George's County Police Department and the family of Corporal Mujahid Ramzziddin who tragically died in the line of duty today. @PGPDNews

Maryland Capitol Police celebrate National Law Enforcement Appreciation day with Governor Hogan and Lt. Governor Rutherford!

Honored to have presented the IACP Capitol Police Section Recognition Award to IACP 'Officers of the Year'; USCP Special Agents Crystal Griner & David Bailey. International Association of Chiefs of Police

MCP getting ready for 2018 Polar Bear Plunge! Maryland Special Olympic Polar Bear Plunge

MCP officers use training in Narcan to save a life. Members of the Maryland Capitol Police used Narcan to save the life of a person suffering from a possible drug overdose. On Tuesday afternoon, MCP officers responded to a medical assistance call for an unresponsive subject in the courtyard area of 301 Preston - State Complex. Upon arrival to the scene, the officers observed the subject, who was unconscious and displaying symptoms of a potential opioid overdose. Using their training in Narcan, the officers were able to render aid, preventing what was described as a potentially fatal event. The subject was then transported to a local hospital for immediate treatment. Narcan (naloxone) is a medication that blocks the effects of opioids. MCP in coordination with DHMH were trained in use of Narcan. Each State Office Complex are equipped with Narcan response kits. This is the first time officers have had to use it.

Maryland Capitol Police, Annapolis Police, Annapolis Fire participated in displaying the Patriot Flag (May 25, 2017) on the front steps of Maryland State House. The large flag has been displayed at 6 U.S. State Capitols and was displayed in all 3 locations that was attacked on 9/11 in a 12 hour time span on the 15th Anniversary. It was also displayed in various NYC and Washington D.C. locations and at Pearl Harbor on The 75th Anniversary of the attack. If all goes as planned, the flag will visit 9 additional cities and additional locations prior to the events in DC on the 28th-29th for The Memorial Day weekend. For more information about World Memorial and the Patriot Flag visit:

Plunge time is getting near. Out team needs your help! Please join us in our efforts to support Special Olympics. Donations can be made to our MCP Plungers Team and Team Members at:

Congratulations to MCP's nomination for "Caught DGS (Doing Good Service)" - Deirdra Glover!

MCP Plungers are going in! We are taking the plunge for Special Olympics. Please support Chief Wilson and his team and donate for a great cause !

On October 3, 2016 the Maryland Capitol Police honored members of the department at their annual awards ceremony. Recipients this year included: - The members of the Department’s Mobile Field Force for their assistance to the city of Baltimore during the 2015 protests and civil unrest. Members honored: Sgt. Matthew Warehime, Officer Jerry Harris, Sr., Officer Francisco Mari III, Lieutenant Eric Yealdhall, Sergeant Andre` Davis. - Annapolis Detachment Security Officer of the Year Alan Sellner. - Annapolis Detachment Police Officer of the Year Sergeant David Lewis - Sergeant Lawrence Barnes received a Life Saving Award for his efforts to save a heart attack victim. - Sergeant Dennis “Cliff” Donaldson received a “Chief’s Salute” for development of a new staffing model. - Police Officer Jerry Harris, Sr. received a Chief’s Citation and General Assembly Resolution for his efforts and risk to his own safety in rescuing tenants from a burning building. - Sergeant Thomas Crewe was awarded this year’s Department Supervisor of the Year. - Police Communications Operator Laskeshia Wesby was honored as this year’s Department Dispatcher of the Year. - Security Officer Robin Dowell received this year’s Department Security Officer of the Year award. - Police Officer Francisco Mari III received this year’s Department Police Officer of the Year Award.

Vote for us! The Maryland Capitol Police are participating in the Aftermath K9 contest to win a $5K Grant to use towards our K9 program. So please register and go vote today! Every vote counts so keep voting and help us win! hashtag #K9 on twitter!

Meet the newest member of Maryland Capitol Police - K9 Champ!