CORONAVIRUS UPDATES: Enforces the Governor's declarations about closing non-essential businesses, no large gatherings, and other issues. Concerned citizens can call the non-emergency line to report a concern.
LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY: Assures the safety and general welfare of the public by preventing and detecting crime, apprehending criminals, enforcing laws, and protecting lives and property.
-Community Services Section: Offers community crime prevention programs. Organizes neighborhood watch programs to involve residents in maintaining the safety of their community. Provides home and commercial security surveys. Provides a child fingerprinting service to aid in the recovery of missing children. Gives crime prevention talks to groups.
-Crime Solvers: Provides a citizen-led program, which offers rewards to persons who provide information leading to the arrest and indictment of persons who commit serious crimes. Information can be provided anonymously through a hotline or Metro Crime Stoppers of Maryland.
-Gang Education: Provides education and training towards school-aged children on gang prevention and awareness.
-Drug Awareness: Provides an alcohol and drug prevention program for teens.
-Victim Witness Assistance: Meets the crisis needs of victimized individuals and families through a network of community-based services.
-Explorer's Program: Provides this program to introduce children to the job of a police officer.
-Complaints: Accepts complaints against a police officer at any police location. Individuals can also make a complaint to the Internal Affairs Section in person, by mail or by email.
Metro Crime Stoppers:
Agency: Annapolis Police Department
Languages Available: Language Line., Spanish
Payment Description: Call for information
Intake and Eligibility: Open to the general public.
- Annapolis, Anne Arundel County