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Sunday, September 11, 2016

Maryland State Troopers Receive Traffic Safety Award Yesterday

(PIKESVILLE, MD) – Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions presented awards to ten state troopers who have attained exceptional levels of experience, training and proficiency in highway safety and traffic enforcement methods and procedures yesterday.

Maryland State Troopers and law enforcement agencies throughout Maryland gathered at the BWI Airport Marriott in Linthicum, MD for the 2016 Maryland Traffic Safety Specialist (TSS) Awards Luncheon. Ten Maryland State Troopers were recipients of the TSS award.

The following troopers received awards:

Trooper First Class Michael Annis – State Police Impaired Driving Reduction Effort Team

Trooper First Class Chul Choe – North East Barrack

Trooper First Class Brandon Frazee – State Police Impaired Driving Reduction Effort Team

Trooper First Class Nicholas Hager – Berlin Barrack

Trooper Brian Porter – North East Barrack

Trooper Jose Rubio – North East Barrack

Corporal Scott Tassone – Employment Services Section.

Trooper First Class Anthony Wallace – State Police Impaired Driving Reduction Effort Team

Trooper First Class Michael York – North East Barrack

The Traffic Safety Specialist program is a collaborative project of the Maryland Department of Transportation, the Maryland Chiefs of Police Association, the Maryland Sheriff’s Association and the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions. The program is funded through a grant by the Maryland Department of Transportation.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

that's what happens when you lower standards and let just anyone be a cop

Anonymous said...

The state's top revenue collectors award!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to you all. There'll be an extra cookie in your lunch boxes.

Anonymous said...

Those that took the most from those that still have jobs.

Anonymous said...

Revenue enhancement officers!
Patrol the highways looking for revenue, but don't count on them to patrol your neighborhood or be there when you call 911 to help! Sheriffs office and local police seem to handle this.

Anonymous said...

Wow congrats to all of you. All you haters lol. Troopers have a tough job that is why they created deputies lol Somebody had to get it done.

Anonymous said...

Awarded for doing their jobs?

Anonymous said...

Just like participation trophies for the sub par children.

Anonymous said...

Congrats to all we should all support our first responders and wish them well, with the murders over their last previous months it is good to know they still answer the call.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Wow congrats to all of you. All you haters lol. Troopers have a tough job that is why they created deputies lol Somebody had to get it done.

September 9, 2016 at 3:13 PM

aww shaddup already. they may have bad situations OCCASIONALLY but that job ain't that tough unless you're talking about boredom and not falling asleep while they hide behind bushes waiting for someone going 7 miles over the limit. you get a look at these morons? one with a mohawk even. jesus. they let anyone put on that costume nowadays.

Anonymous said...

waste of resources. I liked the participation award comment!

Anonymous said...

Nice job MSP. Do not speed no problem. As for you 7:42 why don't you try wearing that costume for a week. It is not all that fun. It used to be the best job on earth. People like you are the reason it sucks now. In the 80's we could split your wig for being so stupid. Ahhhh the good ole days.

Anonymous said...

As you can see, there are no female or black Troopers in the photo. Typical MSP. While the white males are doing all the hard work and heavy lifting, the minorities are being promoted or given the cushy 8-4 jobs with no real responsibility or work. The Black Troopers Coalition wouldn't have it any other way. Yes, that's correct, there is a Black Troopers Coalition. Try forming a White Triopers Coalition and see how fast people cry "racism". SMH

Anonymous said...

Hey 3:13...I know the jabs between MSP and locals is all in good fun. I get it. But I HAVE to ask....was it the push-ups or pull ups that you failed on your entrance test for MSP? Let's be honest about the creation of Sheriff's Deputies and City Police Officers. Major League Baseball has the minors, NBA has the developmental league and the NHL has minor league hockey. Society HAD to create a minor league for those that just couldn't make it as a Trooper so as to not ruin your dream of being a police officer. Deputies and local police are like those little yapping lap dogs that bark at the pit bull that walks by. They know they can't compete with the truly superior pit bull but they act all big and bad while their mommy protects them. You're lucky society created the minor leagues for police work. Otherwise you would be serving me my lunch at Chik Fil A.

Anonymous said...

Salisbury MSP didn't make the list?

Anonymous said...

Good picture of some young men who care about doing a good job.

I have total respect for all MSP regardless of rank or age.

Anonymous said...

7:58 It is sofa king obvious that you are/were part of the problem and why people hate cops!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Nice job MSP. Do not speed no problem. As for you 7:42 why don't you try wearing that costume for a week. It is not all that fun. It used to be the best job on earth. People like you are the reason it sucks now. In the 80's we could split your wig for being so stupid. Ahhhh the good ole days.

September 10, 2016 at 7:58 AM

and ur full of crap.

Anonymous said...

10:44 - I think you just insulted every police officer that is not with the State. First of all police officers including state has to do the same things to qualify to be in law enforcement. People out there that think any different is completely misinformed. They have to have the educational classes, firearm instruction, yearly updates and classes, excercises, etc. to qualify to be in that uniform whichever they chose to be in. Some of these people chose not to go in the State Police so they could stay in their communities and not be shipped all over the state. I stand for and respect every law enforcement officer that respects their badges, State, City and Sheriff.