State Trooper

Trooper / Flight Paramedic​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Cadet​​

 

 

MSP Diversity

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LEARN MORE BY TALKING WITH A TROOPER

If you are interested in a career in law enforcement, crime prevention, forensic science, homeland securit​y, aviation, or cybersecurity, the Maryland State Police is for you. As a State Trooper, you can pursue a wide range of career opportunities where you can use your unique strengths and talents to serve the citizens of Maryland.​

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Lieutenant Justin Gross
Commander
justin.gross@maryland.gov
Office: 410-653-4420

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Sgt. Nicholas Iannucci
Assistant Commander
nicholas.iannucci@maryland.gov
Office: 410-653-4281

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Corporal Donnell Jackson
Recruiter
donnell.jackson@maryland.gov
Office: 410-653-4209

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Corporal Quintina Walker
Recruiter
quintina.walker@maryland.gov
Office: 410-653-4330

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TFC Tyrel Flowers-Jackson
Recruiter
tyrel.flowers-jackson@maryland.gov
Office: 410-653-4430


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MARYLAND STATE POLICE IS SEEKING ACTIVE MILITARY, VETERANS AND MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL GUARD!

The Maryland State Police is actively seeking active military, veterans and members of The National Guard to serve as Troopers.

As part of Maryland's continuing commitment to our veterans, we are working to connect veterans with available services and programs. If you would like your contact information to be shared with the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs (MDVA) and other State agencies please contact Recruitment Unit.

The Maryland State Police offers eligible military personnel, veterans, and their dependents the ability to utilize their GI Bill® Educational Benefits. The GI Bill® can be utilized throughout the Maryland State Police Academy, field training, and through the 16 month probationary period to follow. Military personnel are encouraged to visit http://benefits.va.gov/gibill/ for further information.

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.

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THE FIRST STEP IN THE TROOPER/CADET APPLICATION PROCESS

To begin the Maryland State Police application process for the Trooper or Cadet positions you will be required to complete the first part of the Trooper/Cadet Application.*




*Applicants without internet access may contact the Maryland State Police Recruitment and Selection Unit at 410-653-4348 for alternative instructions.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT HOW TO APPLY AND THE MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS PLEASE USE THE LINKS ABOVE FOR TROOPER APPLICANTS AND CADET APPLICANTS.

APPLICANTS THAT RESIDE OUTSIDE OF MD, DE, NJ, PA, VA AND WV MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR A CONDENSED APPLICATION PROCESS. FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE.

UNDER MARYLAND POLICE TRAINING COMMISSION REGULATIONS EACH CANDIDATE MUST BE ABSENT OF CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCE USE (3) THREE YEARS PRIOR TO APPLICANT ORIENTATION.