Inner Harbor Unit

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Baltimore's Inner Harbor is the most visited attraction in the City. Visitors from all around the State,  around the country, and the world come to see the many attractions, gift shops, and fine dining. At the Inner Harbor you can't but help but to run into one of the fine officers detailed there to make your visit more enjoyable. You will be met with the utmost courtesy that is inherent with the Baltimore Police Department. These officers are highly trained and willing to help anyone with a question or needs help or directions. Just ask and they will be able to assist you.

Inner Harbor Unit

Baltimore's Inner Harbor is the most visited attraction in the City. Visitors from all around the State,  around the country, and the world come to see the many attractions, gift shops, and fine dining. At the Inner Harbor you can't but help but to run into one of the fine officers detailed there to make your visit more enjoyable. You will be met with the utmost courtesy that is inherent with the Baltimore Police Department. These officers are highly trained and willing to help anyone with a question or needs help or directions. Just ask and they will be able to assist you.

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 Inner Harbor Patrol Unit

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Baltimore Police Inner Harbor Patrol
Squad C-3 October 1995
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 Officer John Wagner- Inner Harbor Bike Unit
 
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Officer Kevin Banks-Inner Harbor Patrol
 
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 Officer Lou Averella-Inner Harbor Patrol
 
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