The Princess Anne Police Department provides services on a seven day a week, twenty four hour basis. Our officers patrol not only the town of Princess Anne, they provide mutual aid to surrounding Somerset County agencies. The historic town of Princess Anne was established in 1733 and is located on the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland. The Princess Anne Police Department was instituted nearly 70 years later in 1801.
To receive a copy of a police report, you must first obtain a POLICE REPORT REQUEST FORM. You may mail your request along with payment to the Princess Anne Police Department or you may hand this request to the Duty Officer. There is a $10.00 reproduction charge for each report requested. (more info)
The Princess Anne Police Department has a bicycle registration program available to residents that live in Town Limits. Individuals may bring their bicycle to Headquarters Monday through Friday between the hours of 10am and 3pm, or may call to schedule an appointment outside of those times. (more info)
The Princess Anne Police Department provides the service of Livescan Applicant fingerprinting to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays between the hours of 11am-2pm; with the exception of holidays. Fingerprint cards can no longer be processed by our agency. (more info)
We take traffic safety serious. Princess Anne Police has been awarded the click it or ticket award several years in a row. When it comes to your safety and accidents, we are committed to making out community a safe place to drive. Help us, by making sure to wear your safety belts, dont text and drive, and look out for school buses.
On October 11th, PAPD partnered with the Maryland State Police, Crisfield Police Department, and Department of Juvenile Services and distributed food to families in Somerset County. The joint effort was supported by the Maryland Food Bank and the Somerset County Local Management Board.
Four members of the Princess Anne Police Department were recognized at the 2015 Maryland Traffic Safety Specialist Awards Luncheon. Officer Kara Meeks, Officer David Adams, Corporal Robert Smith and Chief Timothy Bozman were recognized as 2015 Traffic Safety Specialist award recipients at a ceremony in Gaithersburg, Maryland, on Sept. 23. The Traffic Safety Specialist designation is awarded by the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions, and the program is open to all police officers, deputy sheriffs and state troopers from all Maryland law enforcement agencies, and to certain federal law enforcement agencies. TSS designations are awarded at three levels: TSS-I, TSS-II, and TSS-III, with each successive level reflecting increasing degrees of experience and specialized training in traffic safety. Levels II and III also require submission of a formal paper which must be reviewed and approved by the TSS Executive Committee.
Feb. 21 on Beechwood Street where three people had injected heroin. While paramedics treated a patient in full cardiac arrest, Smith and Meeks administered Narcan to a second person who was unresponsive and barely breathing, Bozman said. The first patient died, but the second survived, he said. The cases in Princess Anne are among eight overdose reversals through the use of Narcan in one month reported by the Somerset County Health Department. The medication can quickly restore the breathing of a person who has overdosed on heroin or prescription opioid pain medication. Anyone from a police officer to a family member or friend can administer Narcan to save a life from overdose.