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.​​​​​​​


Centreville - Barrack S

Barrack Mission

The Maryland State Police – Centreville Barrack is located on US Route 301 north of MD Route 304 in Queen Anne’s County Maryland.  The barrack is comprised of patrol troopers, investigators, command staff and civilian personnel who serve the citizens of Kent and Queen Anne’s County Maryland.  Troopers are responsible for both traffic and criminal enforcement derived from calls for service throughout both counties of responsibility.  The barrack currently houses personnel from the Homicide Unit, Cold Case Homicide Unit, Forensic Services Unit, CRASH Team, and Recruiting Unit. The State Police Detachment in Chestertown MD currently houses Kent Bureau of Investigation detectives from the Maryland State Police, Rock Hall Police Department, and the Chestertown Police Department.


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311 Safety Drive
Centreville, MD 21617-9641


Lieutenant Robert W. Connolly

Assistant Barrack Commanders
First Sergeant Brian Gill 

Criminal Investigation Supervisor/Domestic Violence Coordinator 

Detective Sergeant James Blackwell


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