Washington Metropolitan Police Department
Serving police officers is normally a simple process. Most police stations request that we speak with the sergeant, watch commander or captain and they will readily make the officer available or offer an agent to accept service on the officer’s behalf.
We contact the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) to determine whether or not the police officer being served has signed a PD161 form. This form authorizes the MPD to accept legal documents on the police officers behalf, but only when it is in reference to their line of duty. If this form was not signed by the police officer you must locate the district station the officer works out of, speak with the watch commander, and obtain the officers schedule. If the officer refuses to make themselves available after repeated attempts, we then contact the MPD Chief of Police and inform them of the situation. They will contact the superior officer for the subject being served to make them available.
Personal matters, we suggest skip tracing the police officers residence and serving them at their home.
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