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The dividing line between what might be called the ancient and the modern history of the Baltimore police can be drawn with perfect distinctness at the point where what is now popularly known as the " Reorganization of the police" began. This was in the month of April, 1867. All the events that transpired previously to this time belong in the annals of by-gone-days; everything that has taken place since has a living and present significance. When Messrs. Carr, Fusselbaugh and Jarrett became Police Commissioners in 1867, under the new law, the city was divided into four police districts; the Middle, the Eastern, the Western, and the Southern Districts. In all these districts the station-houses were old structures, that did well enough for the times in which they were built, but were altogether inadequate to the needs of such a police force as Baltimore had at the time.

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Baltimore's Police Districts
with Their Addresses and Phone Numbers
Click any of the District to be Taken to that Page

Central Central District
500 E. Baltimore Street Baltimore, Maryland 21202

2SESoutheastern District
5710 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, Maryland 21224

1620 Edison Highway Baltimore, Maryland 21213
NorthernNortheastern District
1900 Argonne Drive Baltimore, Maryland 21218

Northern District
201 W. Coldspring Lane Baltimore, Maryland 21215

5271 Reisterstown Road Baltimore, Maryland 21215
7WWestern District
1034 N. Mount Street Baltimore, Maryland 21217
8SWSouthwestern District
424 Font Hill Avenue Baltimore, Maryland 21223
9SSouthern District
10 Cherry Hill Road Baltimore, Maryland 21225



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