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RedSpeed is the authorized vendor for the Centreville Police Department Photo Speed Enforcement Program. They may be reached by calling toll free 1-877-868-7956 between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. (EST), Monday through Friday, and a representative will assist you.

All Centreville parking citations must be payed at the Centreville Town Hall, between 9am and 5pm, Monday through Friday.

Accident reports are generally available 5 days after the incident.
Other reports are also generally available 5 days after the incident, as long as it is not part of an open or on-going investigation, in which case the time could be much longer. It is best to call our office at 410-758-8437 and ask whether the report you are looking for is available.
You may pick up a copy of a report in person at the Centreville Police Department or send a request for the report and a check or money order for $10 to:

Centreville Police Department
420 N. Commerce Street
Centreville, MD. 21617
ATTN: Records

No. The Centreville Police Department does not provide fingerprint services.
The Queen Anne’s County Office of the Sheriff provides fingerprinting services located at:
505 Railroad Ave.
Centreville, MD. 21617

Contact the Lieutenant or Chief of Police at 410-758-8437 and inform them of your request.

The first thing you are required to do, is repair the defective item(s) within 10 days of receiving the SERO.

Once the repair has been made, items marked with an asterisk may be signed off by any Police Officer within the State of Maryland.
If it is an item other than one marked with an asterisk, the vehicle has to be taken to a Maryland Inspection Station for certification.

If you received a traffic citation for an offense and you believe you are innocent, you may go to court to contest your guilt. Once a citation is issued, it must be either paid or otherwise handled through the court system.

You can call the Queen Anne’s County Drug Task Force at 410-758-TIPS (410-758-8477)

FOR ANY EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL 9-1-1. Officers are on duty 24 hours every day and can be reached by calling the dispatch center. The Dispatch non-emergency number is 410-758-0080. The police department administrative office telephones are forwarded to dispatch after regular business hours and on holidays.

If you need a vehicle towed from your private property, contact a local tow service. The police department will not tow vehicles from private property. If your vehicle was towed from private property, contact that property owner to see which tow company they used to tow your vehicle.