Lieutenant Colonel Laura L. Herman1201 Reisterstown RoadPikesville, Maryland 21208-3899 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Support Services Bureau is divided into four Commands: Technology and Information Management, Personnel, Logistics and Aviation. It provides materials and services to the Department of State Police and manages the Department's information technology and communications systems that support law enforcement across the State.
The Technology and Information Management Command is comprised of six divisions: Central Records, Licensing, Electronic Services, Information Technology, Police Communications, and Administrative Operations. Also encompassed is the IT Project Management Office (PMO) which manages development and implementation of the Department's major IT projects, such as Licensing Automation and 700 MHz Radio. The Command administers collection and reporting of crime and traffic data; conducts investigations concerning the sale, transfer and registration of regulated handguns; certifies firearm Dealers and safety instructors across the State; installs and maintains the electronic communication systems used by all Troopers; implements and supports the enterprise level State information technology systems used by the Department and citizenry; acts as Statewide NCIC oversight; oversees communication systems training, and provides hardware and software contract support for all IT procurements.
1201 Reisterstown RoadPikesville, MD 21208-3899Major J. Ken Hasenei, CommanderCIO, Statewide InteroperabilityCoordinator (SWIC) and ProgramManager for Maryland FiRST(410) 653-4229
The Personnel Command coordinates the wide range of personnel services needed to support the operational elements of the Maryland State Police. These services include recruitment, selection, and retention of sworn and civilian personnel, administration of human resources, management of the sworn promotional process, training and development of sworn and civilian personnel, the administration of disciplinary procedures and grievances for sworn and civilian personnel and administrative hearings.
1201 Reisterstown RoadPikesville, Maryland 21208-3899Major Dalaine Brady, Commander(410) 653-4212
The Logistics Command is divided into three major support divisions: Facilities Management Division, Motor Vehicle Division and the Quartermaster Division. The Logistics Command is responsible for the procurement, maintenance, and distribution of the Department’s vehicles, goods and services, as well as management of all building facilities, to ensure operational readiness.
1201 Reisterstown RoadPikesville, Maryland 21208-3899Major Anita L. Allen, Commander(410) 799-7840
The Aviation Command provides
airborne delivery of emergency medical transportation (Medevac), law
enforcement, search and rescue, homeland security, and disaster assessment
services to the public. The services of
the Maryland State Police Aviation Command are funded via a surcharge on motor
vehicle registrations, and thus no user of the services we provide are billed
for the costs. The Aviation Command
operates ten (10) Agusta AW-139 helicopters and two (2) airplanes from seven
(7) bases throughout the State. There are 205
dedicated civilian and sworn employees to ensure the Aviation Command is ready on
a 24/7/365 basis.
The Aviation Command is comprised
of two major divisions. The Flight
Operations Division is the most visible part of our Command, as pilots, medical
personnel, flight crews and supervisors performing the mission are assigned to
Flight Operations. The Support
Operations Division supports the mission through Aircraft Maintenance
Operations which maintains the aircraft fleet, a Procurement Section which
ensures commodities and services are procured, and other supporting functions
such as Building Maintenance, Materials Management, Human Resources support,
and Information Technology support.
3023 Strawberry Point Road Baltimore, Maryland 21220-5513Major Anthony S. Lowman, Commander(410) 238-5800
The Division's mission is to collect, analyze, and distribute traffic accident and crime statistics and to provide copies of documents maintained in the repository to legally-entitled entities.
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1711 Belmont AvenueBaltimore, MD 21244Ida J. Williams, Director410.281.2700410.298.3198 (FAX)
The Licensing Division administers laws and conducts investigations concerning the sale, transfer, and registration of handguns, shotguns, rifles, machines guns, and listening devices.
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1111 Reisterstown RoadPikesville, MD 21208-3899Captain Andy Johnson, Commander410.653.4500410.653.5441 (FAX)email@example.com
The Electronic Systems Division (ESD) is responsible for installing, maintaining, and repairing multiple electronic systems.
7755 Washington BoulevardJessup, MD 20794Gary D. Davis, Director410.799.3466
The Information Technology Division is charged with constructing, implementing and maintaining and enterprise level State information technology organization to support Troopers on the road, investigators, support personnel, allied law enforcement agencies, State and local government agencies, and the citizenry.
1201 Reisterstown RoadPikesville, MD 21208Lt. T. Gregory, Commander410.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Police Communications Support Division (PCSD) is responsible for the Statewide oversight of NCIC for all Maryland law enforcement agencies, as well as communication systems training for all Maryland State Police personnel, including Police Communications Operators (PCOs), MSP Headquarters compound security, and Statewide management of the Regional Automated Property Information Database (RAPID).
The Administrative Operations Division provides support and administrative oversight to the Technology and Information Management Command (TIMC); specifically, the Division manages Information Technology procurements, hardware and software maintenance contracts, assists in the tracking of procurements and spending for grants, and serves in several other support roles for TIMC.
1201 Reisterstown RoadPikesville, Maryland 21208Captain Shawn Ward, Commandermsp.email@example.com
The primary function of the Administrative Hearing Section is the administration of the sworn disciplinary process in cases involving sustained allegations of trooper misconduct.
1201 Reisterstown RoadPikesville, Maryland 21208-3899Captain Peter W. Spaulding, Commander410.653.6641
The Division administers Department training programs, including curricula development, in-service, and pecialized training.
6852 4th AvenueSykesville, Maryland 21784Captain Scott E. Keyser, Commander410.875.3907
The Human Resources Division is comprised of two definitive operating sections. The Employment Services Section is responsible for all sworn and civilian recruitment activities, salary administration, as well as classification and compensation procedures. The Personnel Administration Section oversees the Department’s medical administration, and personnel related support in the areas of attendance control, retirement benefits, and performance evaluation record keeping. Management of all medical services and risk management are also facilitated through the Division.
1201 Reisterstown RoadPikesville, Maryland 21208-3899Captain Jeffrey Thomas, Director410.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Promotional Testing Division is responsible for all aspects of the promotional testing processes. These processes are used to promote sworn personnel to the ranks of Corporal through Captain. The process for each rank includes a written examination, the submission and review of a structured resume and an oral interview board. In addition, the Promotional Testing Division provides allied departments with assessors for promotional processes as requested. The Division also conducts job task analyses of all ranks to develop up-to-date Task Statements and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities which support and validate the promotional process.
1201 Reisterstown RoadPikesville, Maryland 21208-3899Captain Mark McGuire, Commander410.653.4544 email@example.com
Maintaining and renovating the 63 locations of the Department throughout the State is the responsibility of the Facilities Management Division. The diverse duties of the division, which include air sampling in the workplace and administration of the recycling program, are accomplished through processing over thousands of in-house work requests and hundreds of work requests from the satellite operations.
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1201 Reisterstown RoadPikesville, Maryland 21208-3899Thomas LeQuire, Director410.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) is responsible for procuring, maintaining, repairing, and disposing of all of the Department’s vehicles. Members of MVD receive new vehicles, install the emergency equipment and issue the vehicles to troopers. In addition, most maintenance is completed by MVD mechanics in-house. In a typical year, MVD mechanics complete close to 15,000 service requests per year.
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7777 Washington BoulevardJessup, Maryland 20794Lt. Sean Jackson Sr., Commander410.799.8307
The procurement, warehousing and delivery of all commodities, equipment and services for the Department are the responsibility of the Quartermaster Division (QMD).
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7745 Washington BoulevardJessup, Maryland 20794Kenneth G. Webster, Director410.379.9070
1201 Reisterstown Road, Pikesville, MD 21208
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