The 2013 Maryland Gang Threat Assessment was written using open source documents and law enforcement documents to determine the nature and extent of the gang threat in the state. The gangs that are present in Maryland include street gangs, prison gangs, and outlaw motorcycle gangs. The state of Maryland continues to see an
Those reports can be found at the Document Downloads page of the Maryland State Police website under Category: Uniform Crime Reports. Maryland Statistical Analysis Center The Maryland Statistical Analysis Center (MSAC) is the research, development, and evaluation component of the Governor’s Office of Crime Prevention, Youth, and Victim Services.
HERSHEY (March 24, 2008)- Fifty-six members of the State Police were promoted to the rank of corporal during ceremonies today at Founders Hall of the Milton Hershey School, Commissioner Jeffrey B. Miller announced. Following are the newly promoted corporals, their previous assignments, new assignments and their year of enlistment: William J. Allar of Pottsville, Schuylkill…
8 police ranks you may encounter in your law enforcement career. 1. Police technician. This entry-level position involves assisting sworn personnel in follow-up investigations of assigned cases, enforcing parking laws and issuing citations, directing traffic at accident and crime scenes, and a myriad of other tasks that support police departments.
A study released this week revealed that Maryland is ranked as the third best state to be a law enforcement officer, behind California and Connecticut. The report, published by WalletHub, ranked all 50 states and Washington, D.C., based on the region's opportunity and competition, officer training requirements and job hazards and protections based on data […]
Imla Doran Hubbard. Officer First Class Imla Hubbard was killed in a motorcycle crash at Washington Boulevard near Savage, Maryland. Officer Hubbard was a U.S. Army veteran and had served with the Maryland State Police for just under three years.
Today represents the future of forty-six proud men and women that have chosen to be Maryland State Troopers. In a time where law enforcement has been derailed by negative comments, pressed with defund the police, total lack of respect from the public, and subjected to denial and disbelief of their every move, we are graduating forty - six troopers to join our ranks.
The median state trooper salary was $52,540 in 2006, about $5,000 more than local law enforcement. And just like cars have different body styles and paint jobs, local and state police each have unique uniforms. Many times, state trooper uniforms are brown, rather than blue, and troopers wear a wide-brimmed Smoky the Bear styled hat.
He served in a number of positions and eventually moved up the ranks to become the superintendent of the Maryland State Police under Gov. Martin O'Malley. But before all of that, Brown was a kid ...