At this time, staffing does not allow the Police Department to do citizen fingerprinting. Please contact Maryland State Police at 301-345-3101
Copies of accident reports and confirmation of crime reports can be obtained by contacting the records unit at 301-507-6550. There is a $5 fee and only persons of interest as defined by state law may receive copies.
Research will be completed at a rate of $20 per hour.
Dispatch Tape Duplication
Tapes will be copied by subpoena only for a $25 fee.
Photographs will be copied by subpoena only for materials cost and an additional $25 fee.
Parking Ticket Fine Collection
Parking tickets may be paid by mail or in person. When paying by mail, enclose a check or money order in the amount of the fine and any accrued late fees. The payment must be postmarked by the fifteenth day to avoid paying late fees.
Fines may also be paid in person. Cash, money orders, and credit cards are acceptable means of payment, but cash must be in the exact amount. No change will be given. You may also pay your parking ticket online.
Vehicle Locksmith Service
Officers will gain entry into locked vehicles only in cases where there is a threat to life such as a child locked in the car. There is no charge for this service.
***Class 18-02 has been cancelled***
The Greenbelt Citizens Police Academy (GCPA) is a free nine (9) week program designed to increase communication and understanding between members of the Greenbelt community and the Greenbelt Police Department. It is an excellent opportunity for individuals, living, working or attending school in Greenbelt to gain a better understanding of how your law enforcement agency works. The GCPA combines classroom and hands-on instruction on a wide variety of police functions.
The Greenbelt Citizens Police Academy (GCPA) will be held on Thursdays, beginning on September 6, 2018. Interested persons meeting the below criteria are encouraged to apply for admission.
- Be at least 18 years of age on the day of the first class.
- Live, work, or attend school in Greenbelt.
- Have no prior felony convictions and no misdemeanor convictions for offenses involving weapons or violence.
- Have no misdemeanor arrest within one (1) year prior to the first class of the GCPA.
- Miss no more than one (1) class.
GCPA Candidates should inquire for applications by contacting Mr. George Mathews at 240-542-2116 or email@example.com or look under the forms section of our website. The entire application must be returned to the Greenbelt Police Department by mail or in person. Candidates will be contacted and advised of the status of their application.
Class size is limited to no more than twelve (12) students. Classes will be filled on a first come first served basis selected from the pool of qualified candidates.
GCPA students are expected to attend every class. We understand emergency circumstances may arise. If a student must miss a class, every attempt will be made to complete a “make up” class.
The GCPA have established the following minimum standards for graduation:
- No more than one absence
- Active participation in all classes.
- Students must conduct themselves in a manner in keeping with the achievement of those goals.
Emergency Preparedness Resources
- Citizen's Guide
- Disaster Supply List
- Emergency Preparedness Plan
- Pocket Guides:
Below are items of property that have been turned into the Greenbelt Police Department (GPD).
Items will be held for 90 days.
If the items are not retrieved within the 90 day time period, the items are then forfeited.
The owner must be able to identify the item with additional information such as serial number, distinct feature, etc. to claim.
Please call 240-542-2128 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
An email will provide the quickest response.
20-05942 Cell phone
20-05942 Cell phone
20-05942 Wallet Owner: Bryan Argueta
20-05796 Jacket Owner: Christopher Proctor
20-05600 Wallet Owner: Kenwood Dudley
20-04484 Vehicle Key w/ Fob
20-04046 Folding Knife Owner: Andre Pollard
20-03941 Misc. Items Owner: James Conway
20-03631 Misc. Items Owner: Carlos Wilder
20-03478 Knives Owner: Oladipo Caetano
20-02986 Backpack Owner: Abdul Gassama
20-02894 Misc. Clothing
20-02432 Bags Christopher Green
20-02355 Currency Owner: Brandon McLeod
20-02058 Bag w/Contents
20-01650 Cellphone Owner: Roy Simmons
19-19246 Misc. Items Owner: Suzannah Noyes
20-01343 Wallet Owner: Sandra Price
20-01343 Wallet Owner: Juan Price
20-00838 Wallet Owner: Gabriel Esquino
20-00138 BOA Card & ID Owner: Monica Mische
19-09222 Knife Owner: Wayne Harris
19-09222 Clothing Owner: Jeanine Nichols
19-025148 Misc. Items Owner: Jose Rivas-Castaneda
19-10448 Fannypack Owner: Richard Lattimore
Did you know that there are locations in an around Greenbelt that offer Amazon storage lockers? Instead of delivering a package to your home of business address, you can select an Amazon Locker location and pick up your package at a time that is convenient for you. Once your package is delivered to the Amazon Locker, you'll receive an e-mail notification with a unique pickup code that includes the address and opening times for your selected locker location.
For information about Amazon Lockers visit this page. or just log into you account at and search for 'Amazon Locker Location.'
A Better, Safer Way to Conduct Your Online/In Person Transactions.
The Greenbelt Police Department welcomes the public to our police station to complete their legal online transactions in a safer way. The public can take advantage of our Department’s lobby or close exterior to meet with others and finalize their online transactions in person. Our public lobby is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and is available to you.
The Greenbelt Police Department police station is located at 550 Crescent Road, Greenbelt, Maryland.
For further information on this program please contact the Department’s Media Liaison, George Mathews at (240)542-2116 or at email@example.com.
Drug Drop Box – FREE Service
Partnering with the Rite Aid Foundations, KidCents Safe Kids Medication Disposal Program, a Drug Drop Box is now located in front of the Greenbelt Police department located at 550 Crescent Road, Greenbelt, MD. It is to be used to conveniently and safely dispose of unwanted/unused/expired prescription medication. This is a free service to citizens where prescription medication can be turned in anonymously 24 hours a day and is not intended to be used by businesses or clinics.
Directions are clearly printed on the box both in English and Spanish.
Las instrucciones se imprimen en la caja.
Accepted items - Any prescription or over the counter medications, vitamins and pet medications.
Not Accepted items - Sharps, thermometers, IV bags, inhalers, hydrogen peroxide, personal care items, lotions, liquids, and Schedule I drugs.
Many thanks to the Rite Aid Foundation, and members of the Public Safety Advisory Committee, police department and public works department for making this service possible.
The City of Greenbelt Police Department utilizes the services of Property Room to auction off all of our abandoned, stolen, lawfully seized, or unclaimed property of every kind and description that has remained unclaimed for an extended period of time.
Property Room makes our auctions available on an ongoing basis, 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Items being auctioned include:
- Musical instruments
- Sporting equipment
- And more
View our items for auction at Property Room.