Maryland State Police, Bel Air Barrack

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Troopers from the Bel Air Barrack have the responsibility for providing full police services in Harford County. This county is a suburban area, 13 miles north of Baltimore City, with a population of over 242,000 people and encompassing 440 square miles. Duties of a Bel Air trooper range from keeping our highways safe through directed traffic enforcement, investigation of a full-range of criminal activity and investigation of motor vehicle accidents. The Bel Air Barrack was one of the first Maryland State Police installations and was born soon after the birth of the Maryland State Police in 1921. We are incredibly proud of our crime fighting heritage which has endured for 90+ years.

Mission: The Mission of the Maryland State Police is to protect the citizens of the State of Maryland from foreign and domestic security threats, to fight crime, and to promote roadway safety by upholding the laws of the State of Maryland. This will be accomplished through aggressive patrol, investigation, intelligence gathering and interdiction efforts; and by providing leadership and assistance to state and local agencies.

Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal
05/04/2020

Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal

** UPDATE ** Destiny Hallie Madera HAS BEEN LOCATED! She was located in Harford County after an exhaustive search by investigators. We want to THANK EVERYONE for sharing the post and providing closure to this aspect of the investigation. Deputy State Fire Marshals, along with ATF agents, their federal partner in fire investigation, will continue their search into the origin and cause of the fire. Their efforts were slowed due to the interior of the home collapsing, preventing a safe entry into the house to conduct their scene examination. For more information, click - https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/MDFIRE/bulletins/289e9dc

Troopers are on scene of a fatal crash on Rt. 136 north of Rt. 543. The Rt. 136 closure is likely to be lengthy. https:/...
04/24/2020
Maryland State Police Investigate Fatal Crash in Bel Air

Troopers are on scene of a fatal crash on Rt. 136 north of Rt. 543. The Rt. 136 closure is likely to be lengthy.

https://news.maryland.gov/msp/2020/04/24/maryland-state-police-investigate-fatal-crash-in-bel-air/

Maryland State Police Investigate Fatal Crash in Bel Air April 24, 2020 (Bel Air, MD) – At approximately 2:40 p.m., troopers from the Bel Air Barrack responded to a report of a head-on motor vehicle collision on Rt. 136 north of Rt. 543, Bel Air, MD. Witness accounts indicate a ford passenger car,...

During this National Public Safety Telecommunications Weekwe thank our Police Communications Officers for all you do!
04/14/2020

During this National Public Safety Telecommunications Week
we thank our Police Communications Officers for all you do!

A Huge Thank you to Mrs Dunn and her first grade class @redpumpelementary School for donating Cleaning supplies and hand...
04/07/2020

A Huge Thank you to Mrs Dunn and her first grade class @redpumpelementary School for donating Cleaning supplies and hand sanitizer for first responders.

Troopers were dispatched to MD-24 and Holy Cross Road for a loose dog this evening. After locating this friendly guy he ...
04/04/2020

Troopers were dispatched to MD-24 and Holy Cross Road for a loose dog this evening. After locating this friendly guy he was taken to the Animal Emergency Hospital in Bel Air. Unfortunately our little friend did not have a collar, so if you know who he belongs to, please contact the animal hospital at 410-420-7297.

As state and local law enforcement officers are working throughout Maryland to educate citizens about the Governor's Exe...
04/03/2020

As state and local law enforcement officers are working throughout Maryland to educate citizens about the Governor's Executive Order and to enforce the law when necessary, State Police Superintendent Colonel Woodrow Jones III is urging the faith community to be informed and to voluntarily comply with the order as it applies to holding services.

"Maryland's law enforcement officers are dedicated to helping keep our citizens as safe as possible and are working diligently around the state to ensure the Governor's Executive Order is complied with," Colonel Jones said. "My hope is that our faith community leaders recognize the importance of the safety measures that have been implemented and will not risk the health of their congregations by holding services in a way that violates the regulations put in place during this emergency. Technology provides us all with unique alternatives that I hope will be implemented as a necessary and important option until it is safe to once again gather to worship in the way you choose to."

The Governor's Executive Order prohibits groups of more than 10 people from assembling and those groups of 10 or less must maintain social distancing of at least six feet between individuals. Churches, synagogues and mosques have been included in the list of 'non-essential businesses' that are required to close their normal operations. Some minimal operations at a religious facility can continue and have been defined by the Governor's Office of Legal Counsel as follows:

1. Drive-In Religious Services: Churches, synagogues, mosques, temples, and other similar religious facilities of any faith (“religious facilities”) may conduct “drive-in” services, where participants gather in their vehicles near the religious facility and participate in the service together by remote means, subject to the following requirements, which are intended to protect public health, safety,
and welfare:
a. Participants may leave their homes to travel by vehicle to and from the religious facility, and must remain in their vehicle at all times.
b. No vehicle may contain more than 10 persons, in accordance with paragraph III of the Order.
c. Participants may not interact physically with clergy, staff, or participants in other vehicles. This includes, but is not limited to, collecting donations by basket or plate.

2. Limited In-Person Services: Clergy may conduct limited in-person services at their respective religious facilities, and participants may leave their homes to travel to and from the religious facility for such services, subject to the following requirements, which are intended to protect public health, safety, and welfare:
a. No more than 10 persons, including clergy, staff and participants, may be present inside the religious facility during the service.
b. Participants may not interact physically with clergy, staff, or participants. This includes, but is not limited to, collecting donations by basket or plate.
c. Participants, clergy, and staff must (i) be at least six feet apart from one another at all times, except for participants that are part of the same household; and (ii) comply with all applicable guidance from the CDC and MDH regarding social distancing.
d. There must be at least a four hour gap between the end of one in-person service and the beginning of the next in-person service. The religious facility should be cleaned between services, in accordance with CDC cleaning and disinfection guidance.

3. Minimal Operations at Religious Facilities: Clergy and other staff of religious facilities are permitted to continue conducting minimal operations under paragraph IV.c of the Order, provided that they comply with all applicable guidance from the CDC and MDH regarding social distancing.
In the case of religious facilities, the term “minimal operations” includes, but is not necessarily limited to, facilitating remote services.

Individuals in violation of the Governor's Executive Order may be arrested and charged with a misdemeanor offense that, upon conviction, could result in up to one year in jail and up to a $5,000 fine, or both. Those organizing/leading events and those attending in violation of the Governor's Executive Order could each be charged. >> https://news.maryland.gov/…/state-police-urge-voluntary-co…/

As state and local law enforcement officers are working throughout Maryland to educate citizens about the Governor's Executive Order and to enforce the law when necessary, State Police Superintendent Colonel Woodrow Jones III is urging the faith community to be informed and to voluntarily comply with the order as it applies to holding services.

"Maryland's law enforcement officers are dedicated to helping keep our citizens as safe as possible and are working diligently around the state to ensure the Governor's Executive Order is complied with," Colonel Jones said. "My hope is that our faith community leaders recognize the importance of the safety measures that have been implemented and will not risk the health of their congregations by holding services in a way that violates the regulations put in place during this emergency. Technology provides us all with unique alternatives that I hope will be implemented as a necessary and important option until it is safe to once again gather to worship in the way you choose to."

The Governor's Executive Order prohibits groups of more than 10 people from assembling and those groups of 10 or less must maintain social distancing of at least six feet between individuals. Churches, synagogues and mosques have been included in the list of 'non-essential businesses' that are required to close their normal operations. Some minimal operations at a religious facility can continue and have been defined by the Governor's Office of Legal Counsel as follows:

1. Drive-In Religious Services: Churches, synagogues, mosques, temples, and other similar religious facilities of any faith (“religious facilities”) may conduct “drive-in” services, where participants gather in their vehicles near the religious facility and participate in the service together by remote means, subject to the following requirements, which are intended to protect public health, safety,
and welfare:
a. Participants may leave their homes to travel by vehicle to and from the religious facility, and must remain in their vehicle at all times.
b. No vehicle may contain more than 10 persons, in accordance with paragraph III of the Order.
c. Participants may not interact physically with clergy, staff, or participants in other vehicles. This includes, but is not limited to, collecting donations by basket or plate.

2. Limited In-Person Services: Clergy may conduct limited in-person services at their respective religious facilities, and participants may leave their homes to travel to and from the religious facility for such services, subject to the following requirements, which are intended to protect public health, safety, and welfare:
a. No more than 10 persons, including clergy, staff and participants, may be present inside the religious facility during the service.
b. Participants may not interact physically with clergy, staff, or participants. This includes, but is not limited to, collecting donations by basket or plate.
c. Participants, clergy, and staff must (i) be at least six feet apart from one another at all times, except for participants that are part of the same household; and (ii) comply with all applicable guidance from the CDC and MDH regarding social distancing.
d. There must be at least a four hour gap between the end of one in-person service and the beginning of the next in-person service. The religious facility should be cleaned between services, in accordance with CDC cleaning and disinfection guidance.

3. Minimal Operations at Religious Facilities: Clergy and other staff of religious facilities are permitted to continue conducting minimal operations under paragraph IV.c of the Order, provided that they comply with all applicable guidance from the CDC and MDH regarding social distancing.
In the case of religious facilities, the term “minimal operations” includes, but is not necessarily limited to, facilitating remote services.

Individuals in violation of the Governor's Executive Order may be arrested and charged with a misdemeanor offense that, upon conviction, could result in up to one year in jail and up to a $5,000 fine, or both. Those organizing/leading events and those attending in violation of the Governor's Executive Order could each be charged. >> https://news.maryland.gov/msp/2020/04/03/state-police-urge-voluntary-compliance-of-faith-community-during-state-of-emergency/

Maryland Department of Health
04/01/2020

Maryland Department of Health

What does Maryland's Stay at Home order mean? Unless it’s absolutely essential, residents need to stay home and practice social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Stay connected to loved ones, get fresh air when you need to, and use common sense.

For answers to commonly asked questions, visit:https://phpa.health.maryland.gov/Documents/FAQ_covid19_stay_home_isolation_033120.pdf

https://news.maryland.gov/msp/2020/03/20/notice-re-state-police-efforts-to-reduce-exposure-for-employees-and-citizens/
03/23/2020
Notice Re: State Police Efforts To Reduce Exposure For Employees And Citizens

https://news.maryland.gov/msp/2020/03/20/notice-re-state-police-efforts-to-reduce-exposure-for-employees-and-citizens/

Notice Re: State Police Efforts To Reduce Exposure For Employees And Citizens March 20, 2020 (PIKESVILLE, MD) – In compliance with the Executive Orders of Governor Larry Hogan and as a partner in the state’s ongoing efforts to reduce exposure to COVID-19, steps have been taken by the Maryland St...

03/17/2020

In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, there will be restricted access to the Bel Air Barrack. With the exception of an emergency, please consider the following:

- Questions about handgun permits or transfers? Call MSP
Licensing Division at 410-653-4500.
- Need a copy of a report? Go to mdsp.maryland.gov or call
410 -281-2700.

For any other needs or to report a crime that already occurred we ask that you call 410-838-4101 or 410-879-2101.

Attempt to Identify...
02/24/2020

Attempt to Identify...

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12/20/2019

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It's Graduation Day for the Maryland State Police 150th Academy Class.

Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford joined Colonel William M. Pallozzi today for a special ceremony where 49 new Maryland State Troopers raised their hands to take an oath to serve and protect the people of Maryland.

“I urge you to come to work every day willing to make a difference and believing that you can,” Maryland State Police Superintendent William Pallozzi said. “Each of you can make a difference in the lives of the citizens we serve and in the quality of life our state is known for. Your mission is to make Maryland safer and stronger. Thank you for choosing to serve as a Maryland state trooper. I am proud of you and proud to serve with you. Welcome to the ranks of “Maryland’s finest.”

Following a brief period of leave, the new troopers will report to barracks across Maryland to begin eight weeks of practical instruction with field training troopers. Upon successful completion of that training, they will be permitted to patrol alone.

For more information about how you can apply for a career as a Maryland state trooper, visit:

http://mdsp.maryland.gov/Careers/Pages/default.aspx.

12/11/2019
Shop with a Cop -Harford County

Shop with a Cop -Harford County

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!❄️ Shop With a Cop 2019💙

Thank you to everyone that made this event possible. Maryland State Police, Maryland State Police, Bel Air Barrack, Harford County Sheriff's Office, Bel Air Police Department, Havre de Grace Police Department, and Maryland Transportation Authority Police.

Special thank you to our Sponsors:
Target, FOP Lodge 96, Mission BBQ, Chick-fil-A, Philly Pretzel Factory, Dunkin Donuts and our amazing community.

This year we were able to provide children with a very special Christmas. They were each paired with a local Police Officer and driven in a police car to Target Bel Air where they were able to have some fun shopping🎁🎄

We were very fortunate to spend the day with these amazing kids. We are already looking forward to our event next year!
Happy Holidays!

A big thank you to all of the law enforcement agencies in Harford County for participating in Shop With a Cop. We had a ...
12/07/2019

A big thank you to all of the law enforcement agencies in Harford County for participating in Shop With a Cop. We had a successful 3rd year.

12/04/2019

The Bel Air Barrack is holding it's annual Holiday Toy Drive thru December 19th. New, unopened toys can be dropped off anytime.

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11/06/2019

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The Maryland State Police - North East Barrack is investigating the theft of 30 American Legion grave markers from the Rosebank Cemetery in Calvert. The markers hold a miniature American flag and mark the graves of American service members.
If anyone has information about the person(s) responsible or the location of the markers, please contact the MSP North East Barrack at 410-996-7800. Refer to case number 19-MSP-047045.

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