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Street Address:

500 E. Baltimore Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202

Mailing Address:

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Phone:

410-396-2411

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1826 -  Central/Middle District History -
03-09-1826  Central District was first known as the Middle District and was first located at Holiday and Saratoga Streets, it was established on 03-09-1826, the building that housed Central was built in 1802 and was in use by the police until 1870. From there they moved to 202 N. Guilford Avenue, (North Street) that building was brand new built in 1870 and used until 1908. On March 4 1908 Central moved to Saratoga and St. Paul Streets, a renovated school house. That location was used until 09-12-1926 when they went to Fallsway and Fayette St. sharing the Headquarters building built in 1926 and used until 09-12-1977 when they moved to 500 E. Baltimore St. wagonSunpaper -This pic was taken for the Bicentennial Parade 1933

The Central District is comprised of Downtown Baltimore, the Inner Harbor, Mount Vernon, and Lexington Market, among other locations. Some of Baltimore's most well known buildings are located in the Central District, including the Hippodrome Theatre, Lexington Market, the Alex Brown Building, the Baltimore Convention Center, and Baltimore's City Hall, to name just a few.

Neighborhoods

Bolton Hill, Reservoir Hill, Charles North, Chinatown, Downtown Baltimore, Druid Heights, Harborplace, Heritage Crossing, Inner Harbor, Lexington Market, Lexington Terrace, Madison Park, McCullough Homes, Mid-Town, Midtown - Belvedere, Mount Vernon, Seton Hill, University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB), Upton,

Neighborhood Resources

Druid Heights Community Development Corp. - Marble Hill Community Association - Mount Royal Improvement Association - Station North Art & Entertainment District, Downtown Partnership -
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Central's P/O Arron Faulkner
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Thanksgiving Day Parade 1963 - Howard St.  Baltimore's finest on the job!
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PO Janice Sauble Central District September 1988. Mt. Royal and Oliver
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PO Joseph Peters Central District September 1988. St. Paul Street and 23rd
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PO Kenny Driscoll Central District MCU
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P/O Aaron Perkins
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Det. Sgt. Randy Dull
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MacKenzie's Retirement Party, July 1992
Dave Stevens, Will Lorah, Tom F, Joseph Peters, Bobby Shaffer,
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Police Officer Brian Hamer, one of Central's best a "Field Training Officer"
P/O Hamer worked hard to train young officers making sure they carried on the
tradition of the Baltimore Police Department, a tradition in which officers took
pride in serving the community they swore to protect, while remembering the most
important rule, and that is to provide back-up to your partners, and go home safe.

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 CENTRAL POLICE STATION 1907

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Baltimore Police in 1870 (Top)

Baltimore Police in 1937 (Bottom)

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Traffic Officer on the corner of Charles and Fayette Streets. 1912
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Two long-time Central Officers showing why Central guys, tend to stay in Cenral
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Patrolman Joseph J. Bryne was a member of the Central District

December 31, 1929--June 26, 1940 and then transferred to the Eastern District

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Captain William J. Forrest  1937

later promoted to Inspector

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Original Inspector badge and case belonging to Inspector William J. Forrest

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OFFICER JOSEPH NAWROZSKI
Central District 1930's
Grandfather of Lieutenant James Kelly,
Baltimore Police

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1964 George Owens

Remembering Central's Mascott

“Brownie”
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James Pryor - John Myers stop to give Brownie her morning inspection Mar 4 1971

Central District personnel were saddened recently to learn of the death of Brownie, the Mascot of the District.

Brownie came to the Central District in mid 1968. She was found bruised and battered one rainy day under a vehicle parked on the Central District ramp. The dog, a skinny brown puppy was brought inside where she was dried, fed and sent on his way. Day after day however, Brownie would reappear at the door for her free hand-out. Eventually Brownie found her way inside and had her own food and water dish "issued" to her, thereby becoming the unofficial guardian of the Stationhouse.

Many officers began their careers under the watchful eye and wagging tail of Brownie. Although she lived in the Central District, she was known and loved by people throughout the Department. Brownie showed no difference for rank. When she was lying near her post at the front door, she would move for no one.

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Every spring the clerks at Headquarters saw to it that Brownie was bathed, clipped for the summer and provided with a dog license, often Brownie had her hair cut to make her resemble a lion. In the above pic Browie had given birth to four puppies (circa 1975). Approx. one year later Brownie was found a little after midnight on January 26, 1976 lying in the 700 block of Fallsway, the apparent victim of a hit and run accident. She was taken back to the District and buried the following day at the Dulaney Valley Pet Cemetery. Although Brownie was not an "official" member of the Department, she was buried in the Baltimore Police K-9 section of the Cemetery. 

 1966 protesting segregations
500-600 Blk. E. Baltimore Street where Central District and Headquarters now stand
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Sunpaper pic - Photo by William Holtz

From the Baltimore Sun 1968 - Block Busting - The Board of Estimates approved yesterday the "quick-sale" of the 600Blk East Baltimore St. at Northeast end of the Block. The Ok Clears the way for the city law department to obtain the strip of bars, bookstores and novelty nooks within a month. The new Police Department Headquarters is schedules to be built on the land that has helped make the city famous.


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Sunpaper pic - Central District 500 E. Baltimore St. being added to Headquarters
I bought this picture because my brother's an Iron Worker Local 16, and I worked Central. So it sort of put our carreers together in one picture. Another cool thing about this District was, not only did I work this district, but my role model, Officer Leo Smith also worked out of the Central. If not for my Uncle Leo I may not have joined the department, he was one of our best and helped me become a member of one of out states best Police Departments.
BPD POLICE TRADING CARD UL BPD POLICE TRADING CARD UM Uncle Mike Gary Smith retired trading card
During Ret. Det. Leo Smith's career he worked Tac, K9, Fugitive, QRT, Western, and Northwest District. The second card is my Uncle Mike Driscoll he worked Eastern District and the Northeast. The next card is my cousin Gary Smith (Leo's Son) he worked Northeastern, and in 1987 when I field trained in the Northeast, I field trained out of his squad working along side of him. These cards are mocked up BPD trading cards any retired, or active Officer or Detective wanting a mocked up card let me know, I do a little Photoshop work and can easily make you BPD Trading card with your name and picture.  
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Baltimore Officer Shoots Suspect, 21, in Slaying of Teen
Date; 26 May 1996 - As he ran, the man reached into the waistband of his pants for a gun and (Pierre Khoury) shot him, (Robert W. Weinhold Jr.) said. Khoury then arrested him. Also charged in (Carroll's) death are Donnell Harper, 15, charged as an adult, and Jermaine Jones, 18, both of the 2400 block of Barclay St.; and Gary Hall, 25, of the 2400 block of N. Calvert St., police said

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Photographer Irving Phillips Date 25 April 1970

Captioned:  Shell Casings Found 
Arrows point to three shell casings found on Myrtle Avenue where two police officers
were ambushed about 10 o'clock last night by members of the Black Panthers

City Policeman Shot Dead; Second Wounded

Officer's Body Found Beside Car

Massive search begun in West Baltimore three suspects held, one policeman was killed in the second was critically wounded last night in a shooting in the 1200 block of Myrtle Avenue in West Baltimore. Police identified the victim as Patrolmen Donald W Sager 35 who did with the city police force about 17 years patrolman Stanley Sierakowski 40 with reported in critical condition at Maryland General Hospital. Police said the shooting occurred about 10 PM. Within minutes, more than 40 other policeman and 14 marked and unmarked cars flooded the area seal it off and began an intensive house to house and rooftop search three suspects arrested. Shortly afterward, the rest of three suspects was reported. Police said they found two men hiding under some steps in the vicinity of the shooting. They were taken to central district police station. The third suspect, found in a vacant lot near the scene of the shooting, was taken to Provident Hospital, although he was not reported to be wounded. The Commissioner Donald D Pomerleau and 12 homicide detectives appeared at the scene, and that the two hospitals within a half-hour of the shooting. The police reported that the two patrolman had been called to a home in a 1200 block of Myrtle Avenue to handle a domestic disturbance. Haven't taken care the disturbance. They returned to their car and was then that the gunman or gunmen started shooting at the policeman. Police reported that patrolman Sergio ASCII was found in a gutter between the police car and the sidewalk and patrolman Sager was inside the car. With at least three suspects in custody by midnight, police centered their search around a two block area near the corner of shields place and motor Street, where one patrolman fought a gun duel in an alley with a suspect.

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The fire department set the truck with a high power searchlight to illuminate the rooms of buildings in the area. At least half of the houses are vacant and the police were breaking into them to search for more suspects. The shooting match between the patrolman and the suspect happened within five minutes of the shooting on Myrtle Avenue and only about a block away. Patrolman Roger Nolan of tactical squad, reported that he was driving in the area when he saw a man running along Fremont Avenue. He had of his car and chased the man into an alley where the suspect turned and fired six jots of them patrolman Nolan returned six shots and gave Chase again, but he said he tripped over some garbage cans and lost a man. Attorney Richard Rosen, the lawyer refused to say it, the three defendants arrested in this shooting were Black Panthers. Sources close to the investigation said the panther party was not implicated in the shooting. The third suspect was arrested shortly before midnight Saturday at the main post office where he is a clerk. He was identified as Marshall E Conway, 24. Police searched his home. The 40 hour block of Argyle Avenue. They said they recovered no weapons all three defendants are charged with murder and as a result, with intent to commit murder in the death the patrolmen Donald Sager and the wounding of patrolman Stanley search Sierakowski, 42 preliminary hearing yesterday for the defendants were postponed until 3 PM today in central immiscible Court. Mr. Rosen, the lawyer for the Black Panthers represented Jack London 25 of the 1700 block of N. Asquith St. at 1 PM session in central Municipal Court lawyer was a company by two men who identified themselves as Black Panthers. The two were not dressed in familiar paramilitary panther garb. Judge Joseph L Broccolino Junior allowed Mr. Rosen and one of the men who identified himself as William P coats of the 1100 block of Cherry Hill Rd. to remain in the hearing, which was closed to all spectators but the press. Mr. Coates said he was the closest friend. He Mr. Johnson has. After several urgent nods for Mr. Coates the defendant excepted. Mr. Rosen as his lawyer, Mr. Rosen then volunteered. I'm not guilty. Although such a plea is not made at a preliminary hearing. Earlier in the day. The other two suspects, Mr. Conway and James Powell 33 of the 1400 block of N. Mount St. appear before Judge Broccolino any in a court session that also was cleared of all spectators but the press. Mr. Conway also is charged with assault with intent to commit murder in the running gun battle with patrolman who had gone to investigate a shooting. Police said that shortly after the 10 PM shooting patrolman Roger Nolan traded pistol shots with a man in a nearby alley patrolman Nolan was not wounded.

Dead on Arrival

Patrolman Sager and patrolman service allows key were shot in a hail of bullets as a set and patrol car on a 12 on a block of Myrtle Avenue, where they had gone to investigate a domestic complaint patrolman Sager had a bullet in his brain and right hand was pronounced dead on arrival at Provident Hospital. Patrolman sellers aroused. He was in the air conditioned yesterday at Maryland central hospital with four wounds to the stomach and wounds to both hands

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Officer Wilbur Bartels radio car 131, rendering a firearm safe (above)
Armed Hold Up at Madison and Biddle Sts., resulting in 1 arrest.  Sunpapers photo
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Officer Wilbur Bartels in CP 162 on foot patrol in the 600 blk. N. Eutaw Street talking with Bill Whorle and Jack Buckman, owner of Blades Lock Company
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Det. James Eigner Missing from the group the great Det. Danny Mitchell - Picture Courtesy of Ed Chaney 
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 BPD's first feline unit - OK so the K9 unit in Baltimore have nothing to worry about, but several departments including NYPD does have a Feline Unit - The New York City Police Department announced on September 15, 2012 that they would replace four of their canine units with newfangled feline units. NYPD police commissioner Raymond Kelly said, "At first, some of our guys were hesitant about using cats. They complained that guys are mostly dog people. But we showed them the stats about how cats are more independent than dogs and sometimes shed less, and they were on board. It's going to take some getting used to, but so far, so good." Let's hope Baltimore PD doesn't see this... LOL

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Gary Lapchak, George Doxzen, Kenny Driscoll
This is sort of a joke, in which I was asked to do some Photoshop work to put myself and two friends in this old three stooges pic, instead of doing the blend where we looked like we were them, I cheated and did a quick polaroid version, it was going to be a temporary thing as a joke, but it was so funny looking we decided to just keep it as is to make it obvious, or more obvious then it would have been

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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
I'm not sure how I was voted "Ugly" on this one... LOL (OK so maybe I am, but how did George got "Good".. LOL)

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John and Kenny
This started out something different, but had a humorous look so we had a pic taken

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John Calpin - Kenny Driscoll
Shortly After a Departmental Shooting 600 E. North Ave.

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Kenny Driscoll - Ed Chaney

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Kenny Driscoll - Greg Tate (US Secret Service)

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Jim Eigner Yelling at Kenny Driscoll "Again"
Kenny Driscoll Ignoring Jim Eigner "Again"

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 Kenny Driscoll - Oct 10th 1989

A Day We Will Never Forget

 The Good The Ugly The Bad

George Trainor - Kenny Driscoll - John Calpin

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#4 patty 2016-09-08 03:51
Quoting David Robertson:
:-) Kenney David Robertson email me at just maybe you can print the story about backing me up that night on 1500 Penns Ave. and how you responded

Thanks Dave I'll be in touch
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#3 Mari 2015-11-15 06:11
We're a group of volunteers and opening a new scheme in our community.
Your website offered us with valuable info to work on. You've done an impressive job and our entire
community will be grateful to you.
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#2 Arlen 2015-11-02 11:37
Hello, I enjoy reading through your article post. I like to write a little comment to support you.
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#1 patty 2015-05-16 05:15
If you have pictures, Comments, Suggestions etc. please send them to me at the email address above, as you can see Ken and I have put much of our time and money into this project, so we don't mind errors pointed out to us, just as Ken's partner used to say, "Keep it Friendly!" send Ken or me and email.. thanks - Patty
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