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The Taneytown Police Department will be accepting individual sealed bids for any or all of the vehicles that have been impounded by the Police Department and being sold by the City of Taneytown.

All vehicles are being sold “AS-IS” and will be available on Thursday, August 17, 2017 from 9 AM to 12 Noon for examination. Any bids below the Minimum Bid for each vehicle, as listed above will be rejected.

All bids must be received by 12:00 Noon, Thursday, August 24, 2017 by the Police Department at 120 East Baltimore Street, Taneytown, MD 21787. Bids should be submitted in a sealed envelope and should be addressed to William E. Tyler, Chief, and marked “Sealed Bid for Impounded/City Owned Vehicles”. Bids must identify the specific Vehicle by Year and Make and include the Bid Amount and Bidder’s Name, address and phone number. All Bids are irrevocable, and the City reserves the right to reject any and all bids.

Bids will be opened on Thursday, August 24, 2017 at 1:00 PM in the Conference Room at the Police Department by the Chief of Police. Successful Bidders will be notified and arrangements for pick-up of vehicles will be made.

Bid documents may be picked up at the Taneytown Police Department, 120 East Baltimore Street, Taneytown, Friday, August 4, 2017 through Friday, August 18, 2017, 7:30 AM and 4 PM or they may be accessed on the City’s web page at

If additional information is desired, feel free to contact the Police Department at 410-751-1150 between the hours of 7:30 AM and 4 PM, Monday – Friday

Taneytown Police Department 2016

Police Department's Front Office Will Be Closed

Start Date: 1/13/16
Completion Date: 3/1/16

The front office of the Police Department will be close from Wednesday, January 13, 2016 and will re-open the beginning of March 2016. If you need assistance during this time you can call 911 for any emergency, or the Maryland State Police at 410-386-3000 and have them dispatch an officer to your location or to meet you at the station.


Certificate of Recognition

Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot, State's Attorney Brian DeLeonardo, Senator Justin Ready, Commissioner Steven Wantz, Delegate Susan Krebs, Mayor McCarron and the attending Council of Taneytown; Mayor Pro Tem Diane Foster, Councilman Angelo Zambetti and Councilman Bradley Wantz took time to be present yesterday at the Taneytown Police Department and publicly commended the work of our local law enforcement. Comptroller Peter Franchot presented a Certificate of Recognition and Maryland Hero Coins to Taneytown Police Chief William Tyler and his officers. State’s attorney DeLeonardo and Commissioner Wantz took time to personally highlight the strong partnership shared by all the Maryland agencies.

TPD's Give Back Initiative
Project Type: Initiative
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The Taneytown police department conducted an initiative to give back to drivers for obeying the state seat belt laws . The officers made 60 traffic stops for compliance of the seatbelt law and issued 60 gift cards for $5 from dunkin donuts . The money for the gift cards was from confiscated and forfeited drug money from a local offender. It was a rewarding experience giving back to those we serve!

Here are a few stops from the initiative 01-22-15

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Taneytown Police Dept would like to introduce: Project Type: New Officer

Officer Alexander M. Sirois, TPD's newest addition is from the Hanover, PA area where he spent a majority of his life growing up with his parents Brian and Ann Sirois. Mr. Sirois was born in Silver Spring, MD and was raised in Maryland, Germany, and also Pennsylvania.

Alexander went to Delone Catholic High School where he played football and track & field, he graduated from Delone Catholic in 2010. Alexander also spent a lot of his time involved in the Boy Scouts of America reaching the rank of Eagle Scout. Mr. Sirois than went onto to studying for his Associates Degree in Criminal Justice, completing his degree in December of 2014. Officer Sirois also attended the 106th HACC Police Academy, graduating in November of 2014.

Officer Alexander officially joined the Taneytown Police Department on December 15, 2014.
Please feel free to intoduce yourself and welcome him to our city.
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