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Attention MTA Customers: Due to the increase in theft of hand held devices, we ask that you review our Anti-Theft brochure to help you learn ways to keep you and your devices safe!

The MTA Police Force is committed to helping everyone feel safe and at ease when they ride public transportation. It is a mission that the Maryland Transit Administration Police Force takes on every day of the year, with dignity and respect for all. Statistics confirm the depth of that commitment. Incidents of crime are consistently lower in and around MTA stops, stations and local communities where MTA Police are on patrol.

In addition to protecting our riders and vehicle operators, MTA Police are responsible for enforcing the law and assuring the security of MTA property and revenue.

The approximately 150 sworn officers and 80 civilian employees who comprise the MTA Police Force are dedicated to providing the highest standards of law enforcement to the citizens of Maryland. Our multi-jurisdictional approach throughout Baltimore and surrounding counties is based on longstanding partnerships with allied local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.

The MTA Police Force is both multi-dimensional and flexible in its approach to providing security to all members of the transit community. Our strategic programs are designed to offer the utmost in protection in the most efficient manner possible. These approaches include:

  • Uniform Patrol and Plainclothes Units
  • Detective Unit
  • Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response (VIPR) Teams/Tactical Unit
  • Video Surveillance Teams
  • Bicycle Patrol Squad
  • Motorcycle Patril Squad
  • K-9 Police Officer Unit
  • Homeland Security Drills
  • Weekly Zone Enforced Unified Sweeps

The MTA Police Force rigorously utilizes the MTA Comp Stat process to follow up, identify trends, deploy resources rapidly and maximize accountability.

We rely on citizens as partners in our efforts, and have established the “See Something, Say Something” citizen transit awareness program for citizens to report suspicious or criminal activity.

  • MTA Police Emergency
    410-454-7720 or 410-454-7721
  • Chief of Police
    Colonel John E. Gavrilis
    410-454-1629
  • Office of the Chief of Police
    Director of Intel for Homeland Security
    Captain Robert Stanley
    410-454-1603
  • Executive Officer to the Chief of Police
    Sergeant Demetria Spriggs
    410-454-1604
  • Executive Assistant
    Angela Brooks
    410-454-1627
  • Deputy Chief of Police
    Lt. Colonel Fred W. Damron Jr.
    410-454-1633
  • Executive Officer to the Deputy Chief of Police
    Sergeant William Schauman
    410-454-1604
  • Professional Standards/Background Investigation
    Sergeant Robert Womack
    410-454-7527
  • Operations Bureau Commander
    Major Jerome E. Howard, Jr. 
    410-454-1621 
  • Northern District Commander
    Captain Robert Rosendale
    410-454-1668
  • Shift Commander
    Lieutenant Vernil McDavid
    410-454-1632
  • Shift Commander
    Lieutenant Charles Brown
    410-454-1671
  • Southern District Commander
    Captain Theodore McLaughlin
     410-454-7512
  • Shift Commander
    Lieutenant Paul Hayden
    410-454-7508
  • Shift Commander
    Lieutenant Alfred Young
    410-454-7524
  • Special Operations Division Commander
    Lietenant Kelly Holman
    410-454-1623
  • Tactical Operations Unit
    Sergeant Ronald Johnson
    410-454-1631
  • Criminal Investigations Unit (CIU)
    Sergeant Shawn Wallace
    410-454-1628
  • Director, Civilian Uniform Personnel Services
    Mr. Phillip Vass
    410-454-7509
  • Criminal Investigations Unit (CIU)
    Sergeant Kenneth Combs
    410-454-1622
  • Administrative Division Commander
    Captain Christopher Holland
    410-454-1688
  • Administrative Unit Commander
    Lieutenant Timothy R. Perry
    410-454-1644
  • Training and Planning Unit Commander
    Lieutenant Ernest Fenner
    410-454-1651
  • Technical Services Division Commander
    Captain Burna McCollum
    410-454-1694
  • Communications Supervisor
    Cherie Briscoe
    410-454-1695
  •  Communications Supervisor
    Sheena Smith
    410-454-1609
  • Police Monitoring Facility Supervisor
    Precious Evans
    410-454-1682

Train with MTA Police for a career in law enforcement. It pays.

Do you have what it takes to be a Maryland Transit Administration Police Cadet? If the answer is “yes,” the MTA Police Force wants to work with you. Enrolling as an MTA Police Cadet is a great opportunity to earn while you learn, and position yourself for a full time career in law enforcement once you’ve reached the age of 21.

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  • MTA Police Cadets receive hire priority

  • More rewards of being an MTA Police Cadet

  • Applying is simple and easy

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