500 E. Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
(Original location: Holiday and Saratoga Streets)
Originally known as the Middle District, 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.
The old Central station.
1620 Edison Highway
Baltimore, MD 21213
(Original location: 1621 Bank Street)
The Eastern District is the smallest of the nine districts. The district's officers are committed to establishing and maintaining strong relationships with district residents, as well as with religious groups, various agencies, and businesses.
Old Eastern station.
1900 Argonne Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218
(Original location: Ashland and Chew Streets)
The Northeastern District is the largest police district in Baltimore City. It encompasses 16.71 square miles and borders the Northern District, Eastern District, Southeastern District, and two Baltimore County precincts.
The Northeast District is home to Morgan State University, Good Samaritan Hospital, Clifton Park Public Golf Course, Mt. Pleasant Public Golf Course, Lake Montebello, and the newly constructed Stadium Place on the grounds of the old Memorial Stadium, which is the site of the new YMCA and senior housing facility.
Old Northeastern and a few of the guys.
2201 W. Coldspring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21215
(Original location: Keswick and 34th)
The Northern District boasts 52 recognized neighborhoods with over 70 active community associations. The district is home to the world-renowned Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus. Other higher learning institutions located within the district include Loyola and the College of Notre Dame.
5271 Reisterstown Road
Baltimore, MD 21215
(Original location: Pennsylvania Ave and Lambert Street)
The Northwestern District is one of the largest in the City and it borders the Northern District, Southwestern District, Western District and Baltimore County. The Northwestern District has a very diverse population and it's Police personnel are also very diverse. The police have made great strides in reducing violent crime and will continue to do so.
Old Northwestern Station
5710 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224
The Southeast District is one of the most culturally diverse districts in the city. It borders the central, Northeastern, and Eastern Districts. Well know for its many tourist attractions and businesses, the Southeast District includes Fells Point, Little Italy, Canton, Highlandtown, Butchers Hill, and Greektown, to name a few of the district's many great neighborhoods.
Old Southeastern Station.
10 Cherry Hill Road
Baltimore, MD 21225
(Original location: Montgomery and Sharp Streets)
The Southern District is comprised of 12.79 square miles and approximately 61,000 residents. It is home to M&T Bank stadium, home of the Ravens, and Camden Yards, home of the Orioles. The district borders Anne Arundel County and Baltimore County, as well as the Southwest, Western and Central Districts. The district extends south from the Inner Harbor along the water front to Hawkins point, west to the Lakeland community, north to Baltimore St. and Payson St. and east back to the Harbor.
Old Southern Historic Station.
424 Font Hill Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21223
(Original location: Calhoun and Pratt Streets)
The Southwest District is the eighth of nine districts within the Baltimore Police Department. The officers of the Southwest District are committed to public safety, to include targeted enforcement, community engagement, and building strong community partnerships. The Southwest District is known for its strong community involvement, which has made the district's crime fighting strategies a success in the past, and they will continue those efforts in the future.
Old Southwestern Station.
1034 N. Mount Street
Baltimore, MD 21217
(Original location: Greene Street)
The Western District borders five districts (Southern, Central, Northwestern, Northern, Southwestern) and is comprised of several historic neighborhoods, such as Sandtown/Winchester, Poppleton, Penn-North and Druid Hill. The Western District was also once home to Edgar Allen Poe and is where the Poe Homes are now located.
Old Western Station.