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Maryland Deputy Injured in Head-on Vehicle Collision

A deputy with the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office was badly injured when her patrol vehicle collided head-on with a minivan early Tuesday morning.

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Maryland Officer Recognized As National SRO of the Year

Officer Danielle Moore with the Baltimore County Department has been recognized with the 2020 National Association of School Resource Officers' Floyd Ledbetter National School Resource Officer of the Year Award.

Maryland Officer Wounded by Gunfire Released from Hospital

An officer with the Baltimore Police Department who was shot earlier this month while he tried to disperse a large crowd that had gathered to protest the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis has been released from the hospital.

Retired Maryland Officer Falsely Accused of Accosting Teen Protesters

A retired officer with the Montgomery County Police Department—who had served with the agency for nearly 30 years before retiring in 2016—was falsely accused of accosting three teens who were posting signs along a bike trail decrying the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis late last month, but has now been vindicated as innocent.

Baltimore Officer Shot and Saved by Armor, Suspect at Large

The commissioner said the officer's body armor prevented more serious injury. "I have spoken with (Shock Trauma Physician-in-Chief Dr. Thomas) Scalea, who has given a good report and said the officer is well, that the bullet likely grazed the side of his abdomen and went in and out (did) not hit any organs," Harrison said.

Maryland Agency Remembers Fallen Officer on 2 Year Anniversary of Her Death

Today marks the day that Baltimore County police officer Amy Caprio was killed in the line of duty, and the agency—and other government officials—are marking her passing on social media.

Maryland Officer Shot a Year Ago Returns to Duty

Officer First Class T. Hays—a fifth-generation police officer and a 15-year veteran—has returned to duty after being shot one year ago.

Maryland Agency Puts Dozens of Officers on Paid Leave Due to Growing Facial Hair

Twenty-five police officers in Maryland will be on paid leave for the remainder of the Coronavirus pandemic—not because they caught COVID-19—but because of their facial hair.

Maryland SRO Keeping Connected with Students Amid Coronavirus Shutdown

Officer Jason Neidig has been the School Resource Officer at Aberdeen Middle School for four years and is now trying to help parents as they learn how to homeschool their children during the Coronavirus shutdown.

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Maryland Officer Diagnosed with Coronavirus

An officer with the Anne Arundel County Police Department has tested positive for the Coronavirus and is now hospitalized.

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