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Compliments and Complaints

Complements and Complaints

The Maryland Transportation Authority Police appreciate your feedback on both the positive and negative performances of our police officers and civilian employees. The Citizen's Compliment/Complaint Form can be used for both purposes.

Compliments or complaints regarding MDTA Police employees may be made via the online form below, by telephone, or in writing to the Commander of the Internal Affairs Unit:

ONLINE FORM INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Complete each section with as much detail as possible.
  2. "Sign" the form.
  3. Submit the form.
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Compliment/Complaint

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

 

  • Citizens may call the Internal Affairs Unit (IAU) or any Detachment to make their initial complaint:

Internal Affairs Unit

410-295-8143

Headquarters

410-537-7777

BWI/TM Airport Detachment

410-859-7041

Intercounty Connector (ICC) Detachment

410-537-6905

Central Command Detachment

410-537-1200

Lane (Bay) Bridge Detachment                              

410-295-8146

Commercial Vehicle Safety Unit

410-537-1132

Port of Baltimore Detachment

410-633-1130

Harry W. Nice Bridge Detachment

410-537-6800

Thomas J. Hatem Bridge Detachment

410-537-1147

  • Citizens may also make their compliments / complaints in writing to the following address:

    • ATTN: Commander of Internal Affairs
      MDTA Police Internal Affairs Unit
      4330 Broening Hwy
      Baltimore, MD 21222

  • Pursuant to Maryland Public Safety Article Title 3 Section 3-104, a complaint against a law enforcement officer that alleges brutality in the execution of the law enforcement officer's duties must be signed and sworn to, under penalty of perjury, within 366 days after the alleged brutality.

  • False accusations or statements which cause an investigation may lead to civil and criminal actions.

  • The investigator to which the case has been assigned will contact the complainant.
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