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Maryland Manual, 1977-78
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The Agency carries on its field operations
through barracks, posts, and detachments,
located throughout the State as follows:
Troop "A"
Waterloo Barrack
Westminster Barrack
Rockville Barrack
Troop "B"
Frederick Barrack
Hagerstown Barrack
Cumberland Barrack
Oakland Det.
Troop "C"
Bel Air Barrack
North East Barrack
Troop "D"
Easton Barrack
Cambridge Det.
Centreville Post
Chestertown Det.
Denton Det.
Salisbury Barrack
Princess Anne Det.
Snow Hill Det.
Troop "E"
Annapolis Barrack
Prince Frederick Post
Leonardtown Post
Glen Burnie Barrack
Troop "F"
Waldorf Barrack
Forestville Barrack
Greenbelt Barrack
Troop "G"
Valley Barrack
Randallstown Barrack
J.F.K. Memorial Highway Barrack
Staff: 1975, 1,981; 1976, 2,072; 1977,
Chairman: Edwin R. Tully, Deputy
Secretary for Public Safety
Vice Chairman: Sergeant William E. Holli-
way, Fraternal Order of Police
Ex officio members: Marvin B. Hull, Presi-
dent, Maryland Law Enforcement Offi-
cers, Inc.; Francis B. Burch, Attorney
General of Maryland, represented by H.

Edgar Lentz, Assistant Attorney General;
Wilson H. Elkins, President, University
of Maryland, represented by Donald W.
O'Connell, Vice President, University of
Maryland; Roy W. Rafter, President,
Maryland Chiefs of Police Association;
George T. Quinn, Special Agent in
Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation,
Baltimore Office; Colonel Thomas S.
Smith, Superintendent, Maryland State
Police; Thomas Lee Jenkins, President,
Eastern Shore Police Association; Francis
C. Garner, President, Maryland State
Sheriffs' Association, Donald D. Pomer-
leau. Commissioner, Baltimore City
Police Department.
Appointed members: John W. Rhoads,
Chief, Prince George's County Police De-
partment, 1977; Leslie J. Payne, Chief,
Salisbury Police Department, 1978; W.
Elmer Shank, Chief, Cumberland Police
Department, 1979.
Robert L. Van Wagoner, Executive Director
John A. Schuyier, Assistant Executive
Roger P. Quane, Acting Assistant
Executive Director
Room 14, 7 Church Lane,
Pikesville 21208 Telephone: 484-6464
The Maryland Police Training Commis-
sion was created by Chapter 286, Acts of
1966, to fulfill the need for improvement in
the administration of law enforcement by
raising the standards of training and edu-
The Commission consists of fourteen
members of whom eleven are non-appointive
office holders. These include the Deputy
Secretary of Public Safety, the President of
the Maryland Chiefs of Police Association,
the President of the Maryland Law Enforce-
ment Officers, Inc., the Attorney General
of the State of Maryland, the Superintend-
ent of the Maryland State Police, the Com-
missioner, Baltimore City Police Depart-
ment, the President of the University of
Maryland, the President, Eastern Shore
Police Association, a representative of the
Fraternal Order of Police, the President of
the Maryland State Sheriffs' Association,
and the Agent in Charge of the Baltimore

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