Greenbelt Police Department

  • Agency: Greenbelt Police Department
  • Address: 550 Crescent Rd, Greenbelt, 20770 MD
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)

Greenbelt Police Department is located at 550 Crescent Rd, Greenbelt, 20770 MD. The Greenbelt Police Department phone number is 301-474-7200.

Greenbelt Police Department News

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To show our support and to help spread awareness Ofc. Roberson and some of our officers will be wearing pink badges during the month of October. With awareness, there is hope.

During the Drug Take Back event on Saturday, October 27th from 10:00-2:00, GPD will be collecting non-perishable food items for the City of Greenbelt's Thanksgiving Food Drive to sponsor Greenbelt families in need this holiday season. So, why not use our convenient drive-up service to drop off your unwanted medications and a non-perishable food item as well. This event occurs rain or shine!

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To show our support and to help spread awareness Major Kemp and some of our officers will be wearing pink badges during the month of October. With awareness, there is hope.

CRITICAL MISSING PERSON The Greenbelt Police Department is seeking assistance in locating critical missing person Shawn Lafaye Jackson (pictured above). Ms. Jackson, 52, who resides in Florida, has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and depression. She was last seen by family members October 17th at approximately 11:30 P.M. at the Residence Inn in Greenbelt. The last reported sighting of her was October 18th at approximately 8:00 A.M. in the 8300 block of Annapolis Road, New Carrollton, MD. She is described as a black female, 5’7”, 200 pounds. She is possibly wearing a blue scarf and black shoes. She has short hair, but sometimes wears a wig. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Penn at 301-814-0616 or by email at jpenn@greenbeltmd.gov .

National Drug Take Back Day is coming up October 27th, but why wait? You can dispose of unneeded or expired medication safely and anonymously in our permanent disposal box today. It is open daily year round! Drug Take Back is part of an ongoing effort to get unneeded prescription opioids, and other medications, out of the home medicine cabinet since in many cases, abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends. Rid your home of any medication you no longer need, and in the process, help us continue to fight the opioid crisis in our area.

***Critical Missing Person••• The Greenbelt Police Criminal Investigation Unit is currently investigating a critical missing person (18-19391) The subject is 19 year old Louis Kovadio Roger, DOB 05/04/1999, 5’07 & 130 pounds, black hair & brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a gray jacket, black pants, and black shoes when he was dropped off at PG Community College on October 18th at 6:00 PM Anyone coming into contact with him is asked to contact Detective Holden at 240-542-2134 or email mholden@vreenbeltmd.gov

We agree with you kid...some of the GPD Trunk or Treat vehicles at Fall Fest @ Schrom Hills Park are pretty creepy! ***NEW PICTURES ADDED***

What? You haven’t come to Greenbelt’s Fall Fest at Schrom Hills yet? Well, we’re just dying to meet you. We’ll be here until 5:00.

The Greenbelt Police would like to offer a huge thank you to the Greenbrier community for hosting tonight’s Meet the Chief event for residents of Greenbelt East and Chief Bowers.

Drop off your unused/unwanted medication on Saturday, October 27th. We will have a convenient drive up area so you don’t even need to leave your vehicle. If you have any questions regarding items accepted please call 240-542-2126.

Make no bones about it, we are looking forward to seeing you at our annual Trunk or Treat events! Officers will be decorating their cruisers and giving out candy at the following times and locations: Saturday, October 20th 2:00 P.M. at Schrom Hills Park Saturday, October 27th 6:30 P.M. at the Springhill Lake Recreation Center Tuesday, October 30th 4:00 P.M. at Roosevelt Center

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To show our support and to help spread awareness Sgt. Dewey and some of our officers will be wearing pink badges during the month of October. With awareness, there is hope.

***Update*** Mr. Pinckney was located unharmed. FYI

If you're feeling hungry and generous, the Hyattsville Police Department is raising funds for their Shop with a Cop program at Franklins Restaurant and General Store on Tuesday, October 16th. #CityofHyattsvillePD #HCPD

Did you know that almost 20 people per minute are abused by a partner in the United States, equating to more than 10 million people per year? Or that on a usual day, more than 20,000 calls are made to domestic violence hotlines in the US? One in four women and one in seven men have been the victims of severe physical violence from a partner in their lifetime and even more shockingly, one in five children are exposed to domestic violence each year with 90% of these children witnessing the violence themselves. Prince George’s County Hotline 301-731-1203 Family Crisis Center, Inc. 3601 Taylor Street Brentwood, MD 20722 Office…..301-779-2100

‪VEHICLE RELATED CRIME ALERT Greenbelt East area. Subject broke into cars on Craddock Road, Mathew Street, Greenbury Drive and Megan Lane in the early morning hours on Thursday. Please remove valuables from your vehicles and report suspicious persons loitering near or looking inside vehicles to the Greenbelt Police Department 301-474-7200‬.

Shout out to Jessie and Gabby of Mission BBQ for providing today's awesome lunch!

Critical Missing Person ***UPDATE*** Missing person Mariama Juldeh Jalloh has been located safe.

***UPDATE*** The critical missing subject has been located safe October 10, 2018 2:30 P.M. POLICE SEEK HELP LOCATING CRITICAL MISSING PERSON The Greenbelt Police Department is seeking assistance in locating critical missing person Mariama Juldeh Jalloh (pictured above). Ms. Jalloh, 41, was last seen this date at approximately 10:30 A.M. in the 7400 block of Greenway Center Drive. Ms. Jalloh, who is Bipolar and is being treated for Schizophrenia, is described as a black female, 5’4”, 140 pounds, with brown eyes and red hair. She was last seen wearing a sweater, possibly black in color, over an unknown color t shirt and blue jeans. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Greenbelt Police Department at 301-474-7200.

Walk to School Day at Greenbelt Elementary School

Some pictures from Walk to School Day at Springhill Lake Elementary School

Today is International Walk To School Day This morning students will gather at various locations throughout Greenbelt to walk and bike to their elementary schools together in recognition of Walk to School Day. This campaign promotes the health benefits of walking/biking to school and the importance of motorists being extra cautious of school-age walkers and bikers making their way to school each and every day. The kids will be joined by teachers, City officials and members of the Greenbelt Police Department during this Walk, which begins at 7:10 A.M. from the rear of Beltway Plaza to Springhill Lake Elementary School and 8:30 A.M. at various locations throughout Old Greenbelt to Greenbelt Elementary School.

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To show our support and to help spread awareness PFC Brown and MPO Fernandez and some of our officers will be wearing pink badges during the month of October. With awareness, there is hope.

How can you not laugh at this... NATIONAL FLUFFERNUTTER DAY A sweet marshmallow-like spread called Marshmallow Creme was invented in 1917 by Archibald Query in Somerville, Massachusetts. In 1913 during World War I, Emma and Amory Curtis of Melrose, Massachusetts invented Snowflake Marshmallow Creme and published a recipe for a peanut butter and marshmallow creme sandwich, which is the earliest known example of a Fluffernutter.

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To show our support and to help spread awareness MPO Yankowy and some of our officers will be wearing pink badges during the month of October. With awareness, there is hope.