Fingerprinting Services

The F.B.I. will no longer accept paper fingerprint cards. All fingerprints submitted to the F.B.I. will need to be taken electronically.

Please visit the DPSCS website to find a fingerprinting location near you.​​​​​​​


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Barrack Mission

The Maryland State Police is committed to maintaining a strong presence in Prince George’s County and our troopers and civilian employees are working daily to ensure county citizens remain safe and secure. Uniformed patrol troopers of the Forestville and College Park Barracks are joined by investigators from our Criminal Investigation Bureau and uniformed troopers from the Special Operations Bureau working in Prince George’s County in this important undertaking.  We strongly believe the Maryland State Police fulfills a critical role in supporting local law enforcement through our statewide authority and mission to fight inter-jurisdictional crime and its impact on Prince George’s County.


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10100 Rhode Island Avenue
College Park, MD 20740


Lieutenant Brian T. Wiesemann

Assistant Barrack Commander
First Sergeant Colin J. Bristow​

Criminal Investigation Supervisor/Domestic Violence Coordinator

Detective Sergeant William C. Heath


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