Police Department

Under the direction of the Commissioners and the Town Manager, Chief Smith and the staff of seven, address the public safety of town property, residents and visitors.

We practice community policing daily as we provide law enforcement services to the residents who call this community home. Operationally, we conduct ourselves based upon the six pillars of character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, citizenship and caring. Our approach is to develop community partnerships as we address safety and security concerns.

The quality of life for our residents and visitors is a primary concern of the Town and all its employees. Whether you are a resident or visitor, we strive to provide the highest quality law enforcement services with integrity and pride.

At all times the St. Michaels Police Department is charged with partnering with the community to solve problems. And through this partnership our goal is to make St. Michaels the safest place in America to live work and play.

100 S. Fremont Street, P. O. Box 986
410-745-9500 or 911

Anthony Smith Chief of Police
Tiffany A. Sweeney Secretary to Chief of Police


FOR POLICE REPORTS AND INFORMATION ON COMMUNITY POLICING, FOLLOW THE ST. MICHAELS POLICE DEPARTMENT ON FACEBOOK. 

Helpful Information:
Ordinance No. 515: Mandatory Use of Masks
POLICE BLOTTER September
St. Michaels Police Department Operations Manual
Mission and Values Statement
Crime Prevention and Personal Safety Tips
Emergency Preparedness Tips or visit Talbot County Dept. of Emergency Services or www.ready.gov
Police Tips Line
Wanted Persons List, October 2020
2018 End-of-Year Report
Speed Camera Information Sheet
Speed Camera FAQs
Body Camera Policy

St. Michaels Community Policing:
St. Michaels Community Policing Policy
Community Policing Annual Report 2019

Community Service:
Junior Police Academy S.M.Y.L.E. Program (St. Michaels Youth and Law Enforcement Program) Watch a video!
Junior Police Academy Class of 2020
Adult Citizen Police Academy. Application here.
Cultural Day

Employment:
Employment Opportunities – CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS!
Employment Application Please complete and return to SMPD to schedule interview.

General Orders:
Cell Phone Policy

Helpful Forms:
Patrol/Premise Check Form
Barring Notice Form
Cease and Desist Form
Bike Registration Form

The SMPD works in conjunction with:

Talbot County Emergency Services 410-822-0095 Be sure to sign up for Talbot County Citizen Alerts!
St. Michaels Community Center 410-745-6073
St. Michaels Public Works 410-745-5147
Talbot County Sheriff Office 410-822-1020
Talbot County Drug Task Force 410-820-8940, TalbotDrugTaskForce@gmail.com
Public Defender 410-820-1600
Juvenile Services 410-822-5010
District Court 410-819-5863
Talbot Humane Society 410-822-0107
Talbot County Jail 410-770-8120
Maryland State Police, Easton 410-822-3101
State’s Attorneys Office 410-770-8060
Maryland Judiciary Case Search
MEMA-Maryland Emergency Management Agency
NTAS-National Terrorism Advisory System