Paul R. LePage
John E. Morris
Russell J. Gauvin
State of Maine
Department of Public Safety
Bureau of Capitol Police
State House Station #68
Telephone: 207-287-HELP (4357)
Welcome to the website for the Maine Bureau of Capitol Police
The Bureau of Capitol Police is a law enforcement agency responsible for the safety of the people and the security of the buildings that make up Maine’s seat of government. Areas of responsibility include the State House, the other State buildings within the Capitol Area campus, and the buildings on the eastside of the river within the old Augusta Mental Health campus. Bureau police officers patrol State owned or controlled properties in Augusta, enforce laws, including parking and traffic regulations, and respond to alarms and other calls for help or assistance on the two campuses. The Bureau's night watchpersons check the security of approximately 50 State owned buildings and properties in Augusta and Hallowell at night and on weekends.
This webpage is currently under construction and is being updated frequently. Check back often as we are adding pages regularly and hope to have all these listed pages and information available soon. If you click on one of the page links listed on the left side of this page, you will be redirected to that page. If the webpage you select is not yet available, you will simply remain on this page. For more information about any of the listed topics, please don’t hesitate to call the Capitol Police office at 207-287-4357.
Office located at:
Room 111, Cross State Office Building, 111 Sewall St., Augusta, ME 04333-0068
Voice: 207-287-HELP (4357) Email: CapitolPolice@maine.gov TTY: (207) 287-4478