Baltimore County has had a police department since 1874, when its borders included much of present-day Baltimore…More City. Today, Chief Jim Johnson oversees the modern police department from its sleek, red and silver Joppa Road headquarters. While police operations in Towson are handled from the Towson precinct office on Chesapeake Avenue, administrative functions of the police and fire departments are housed in the Public Safety Building, which county employees affectionately call "The Crystal Palace" for its reflective exterior.
The headquarters building is only open to those with business there. For police assistance, contact the Towson precinct or call 911 for emergencies.
Maryland Department of Juvenile Services 308 Washington Ave, Towson, MD21204 The DJS coordinates juvenile crime prevention programs and treatment and correction programs for juvenile offenders. The…More Towson office is one of four in Baltimore County and the building formerly housed the Towson precinct of the Baltimore County Police Department.
Baltimore County Police Department Towson Precinct 115 W Susquehanna Ave, Towson, MD21204 The sixth precinct covers most of Towson and Parkville. The precinct is fairly busy by BCPD standards, with 115 officers…More stationed in the glass-and-brick building. Only the lobby is accessible to the public. There you'll find an officer on duty and a rack of pamphlets on crime prevention and other information.