U.S. Park Police

Man in Custody After Hour-Long Police Chase Through the DMVA nearly hour-long police chase began in the District, made it's way to Virginia and ended in Maryland during the afternoon rush-hour.
Man Arrested After Report of Shooting on National MallSomeone fired a gun inside a car on the National Mall after witnesses reported a fight inside the vehicle Tuesday afternoon, but there was no indication anyone was injured, police said.
Police Urge National Mall Crowd to Take Shelter During StormU.S. Park Police are urging visitors on the National Mall to seek shelter in museums and federal buildings as a thunderstorm moves through the area.
Settlement Would Change U.S. Park Police Mass Arrest PoliciesA proposed $2.2 million settlement of a case that started with the arrests of hundreds of protesters in 2002 would change how U.S. Park Police handle mass arrests.
Man Pleads Guilty to Impersonating Police OfficerA Forestville man has pleaded guilty to impersonating a federal officer.
Report: Communications Mishandled During SearchA report says the U.S. Park Police mishandled communications during a search for a woman who went missing after arriving at Reagan National Airport from Barbados.
Park Police Offer Public Alerts for July 4 in DC Visitors to the National Mall for the Independence Day celebration can sign up for event information and emergency notifications from the National Park Service.
8 Animals Found Dead After Possible Ritualistic Killing in Rock Creek ParkU.S. Park Police say several birds and a goat have been found with their throats cut in Rock Creek Park in what may have been a ritualistic killing.
Police Helicopter Rescues Man, Dogs from Va. Lake U.S. Park Police say a department helicopter helped rescue a man and two dogs stranded on a Prince William County lake after a canoe flooded with icy water.
U.S. Park Police Chief Stepping DownThe chief of the United States Park Police said Thursday that she plans to retire next month after more than three decades in law enforcement.
7 Arrested at White House Protesting Deportations Police have arrested seven immigration activists who chained themselves to the White House fence to protest deportations under the Obama administration.
Park Police Chief Says Reforms Planned on WeaponsThe U.S. Park Police says it's working to take better stock of its firearms inventory.