The Centreville Police Department is the primary agency that provides law enforcement services within the corporate limits of the Town of Centreville. The Department has an authorized strength of twelve police officers, including the Chief, and provides law enforcement services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The police department is located at 420 North Commerce Street. The administrative office is open Monday thru Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and the phone number is 410-758-8437 or contact the officers by email through the general mail box at email@example.com.
To be considered for employment with the Centreville Police Department, please complete and submit a Police Officer Application.
The Centreville Police Department’s policies and directives are being revised and updated. This information will be posted to the website shortly.
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In the event of an Emergency, dial 911.
Persons requiring an emergency response by the Centreville Police Department should always dial 911. Persons requiring a non-emergency response by the Centreville Police Department should dial 410-758-0080.
The police department is located at 420 North Commerce Street. The administrative office is open Monday thru Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and the phone number is 410-758-8437. Calls for service are dispatched by radio, 24 hours a day, by the Queen Anne’s County Emergency Operations Center for the Centreville Police Department as well as the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office, Maryland State Police, Goodwill Fire Company, and other local fire and ambulance services.
QUEEN ANNE’S COUNTY
CHILD ABUSE RESPONSE & EVALUATION CENTER
The Queen Anne’s County Child Abuse Response & Evaluation (CARE) Center is a Child Advocacy Center that provides a collaborative response to allegations of child abuse; bringing professionals together to deliver services to child victims and their non-offending family in a child-friendly environment to ease the trauma of victimization. As child maltreatment is an issue both locally and nationally, the purpose of this agreement is to protect children, preserve families, and ensure that offenders are appropriately punished and/or rehabilitated.
2017 Interagency Agreement Signing – October 26, 2016
Agency Partners: Queen Anne’s County Department of Social Services; Queen Anne’s County Office of the Sheriff; Queen Anne’s County Office of the State’s Attorney; Maryland State Police; Centreville Police Department; Mid-Shore Medical Program and For All Seasons
School Speed Enforcement Information
Where is the speed camera located?
For more information on the frequently asked questions about the automated speed camera, click the picture to the right.
Where in Centreville are Speed Enforcement Cameras being used?
School zones being enforced within the Town of Centreville will be designated by very visible signs. Any streets within a 1/2 mile radius of a school are eligible for Speed Photo Enforcement. These include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Queen Anne’s County High School – 125 Ruthsburg Road
- Centreville Middle School – 231 Ruthsburg Road
- Kennard Elementary School – 420 Little Kidwell Avenue
- Centreville Elementary School – 213 Homewood Avenue
- Queen Anne’s County Board of Education – 202 Chesterfield Avenue
- Wye River Upper School – 316 Commerce Street
When leaving for vacation or when going out of town, you can request a house check of your residence from the Centreville Police Department. As workload allows, patrol officers will check the security of your residence daily. A simple application is filled out with information that is given to the officers and dispatch in regards to your home. Once you return, a simple phone call to the department will remove your home from the list.
Chief of Police
|LT Conrad Meil||LT Kenny Rhodes|
|Sgt. Andy Larrimore||Sgt. Robert Hobbs||CPL Kim Conley|
|CPL Jonathan Gunther||OFC Dennis Lannon||OFC Ian Harding|
|Officer Futrel Jackson||Officer Rudy Draper||Officer Charles Harris|