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Superintendent’s Message – Qualified immunity concerns.

April 22, 2021 Good morning! As we begin to work through legislation passed this session, I continue to hear about concerns associated with qualified immunity. In an effort to eliminate questions and concerns about this subject, I have asked Mr. Ron Levitan, Principal Counsel for the Department of State Police, Office of the Attorney General,…

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Superintendent’s Message – Women’s History Month (2021)

March 16, 2021 Last summer, I had the privilege of meeting and honoring Ms. Miriam Fine, one of the first female Maryland State Police employees, on the occasion of her 100th birthday. Ms. Fine joined the Maryland State Police on December 1, 1941, six days before the bombing of Pearl Harbor. She was hired as…

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Black History Month (2021)

February 10, 2021 We would like to honor the Maryland State Police during the month of February in recognition of Black History Month. We celebrate the accomplishments of our great leaders in the department, current and retired. We recognize the first African American Maryland State Trooper, Milton Taylor, who achieved the rank of Captain before…

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Superintendent’s Message – COVID19 – MSP Retirees

January 28, 2021 Dear Retirees: Governor Larry Hogan recently announced new actions to expand the state’s COVID-19 vaccination network, including the opening of at least six mass vaccination sites at central locations, and new pharmacy partners in targeted areas. Throughout this pandemic, I have been determined to do whatever is necessary to protect our Maryland…

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