07/12/2017
    New Anniversary Badges Available!
 
  The Auxiliary Police Team is proud to announce that in commemoration of our seventy-fifth year of service, we are offering a custom anniversary badge, pin and challenge coin to our current and retired members, and a pin and challenge coin to the Baltimore County Police Department's Sworn and Civilian personnel. Orders can be placed here!

 

 
    06/26/2017
    Auxiliary Team Honors Officer First Class Mark Galliard!
 
  The Auxiliary Team is proud to announce and collectively extend our congratulations to Auxiliary Officer First Class Mark Galliard, who was named as the 2016 Officer of the Year by the Law Officers Association of Baltimore County. Ofc. Galliard was one of the six Auxiliary finalists for this honor. In addition to receiving an award from the LOABC, Mark also received citations from the Maryland House of Delegates, the Maryland Senate, and Maryland Governor Larry Hogan.

One example of Ofc. Galliard's exceptional work performance is his willingness to 'work the desk' at the Wilkens Precinct, and interact with the citizens of Baltimore County. This directly increases both public and officer safety by allowing the Wilkens Precinct Commander to deploy an additional officer to respond to Calls for Service (911).

Ofc. Galliard volunteers to take on additional responsibilities and is considered an asset to the Auxiliary Unit, his Auxiliary Detachment, and to the Wilkens Precinct.

For a job well done, congratulations on receiving the 2016 Officer of the Year Award!
 

 
    02/15/2017
    Do you have what it takes to become a Baltimore County Auxiliary Police Officer?
 
  Please check the website for our next testing date.

Testing will be held at the Baltimore County Public Safety Building, 700 E Joppa Rd, Towson, MD, 21286. The exam tests your reading and comprehension skills. We will be testing for our 49th Auxiliary Police Recruit Class.

Should you successfully pass the exam with an academic score of 70% or better, you must complete an application packet, consisting of personal, work, education, and credit history. This packet must be returned to the Public Safety Building within fourteen days. Even if you have previous law enforcement experience, everyone must take the entrance exam and complete an application packet.

After your application packet is processed and reviewed, you will be finger-printed, the Department will perform a background check and polygraph exam. Should you be selected and invited to join Our Team, you will need to attend recruit training, which is typically spread over six months of Saturdays.

If you would like to reserve a seat for testing,
you can contact the Baltimore County Auxiliary Police Team at 410-887-5892 between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M., Monday through Friday. You may also contact us by e-mail at contactus@auxpolice.org.

Be sure to include your full name, address, and phone number.