Family and friends of Deputy Sheriffs Eduardo F. Howell-Rose and Jeffery A. Mayberry, Jr., and others in the class watched proudly as they were administered the Oath of Office by Prince George’s County Clerk of the Circuit Court, Marilynn M. Bland.
“Slots for deputy recruits in the Police Training Academy are a big opportunity and an important element in our hiring strategy,” said Sheriff Melvin C. High.
Sheriff High joined County Executive Rushern L. Baker, Prince George’s County Police Chief Mark A. Magaw, Chief Larry M. Brownlee, Sr. of the Maryland-National Capital Park Police and Chief John K. Nesky of the City of Bowie Police Department in congratulating the graduates for their accomplishments and successful completion of the academy.
The class graduated a total of 47 recruits from the Office of the Sheriff, the Prince George’s County Police Department, the Maryland-National Capital Park Police and the City of Bowie Police Department.
Deputies Howell-Rose and Mayberry stepped into the “real world” of law enforcement with their Field Training Officer (FTO) on Monday in the Domestic Violence Intervention Division.
For more information contact the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office, Press Information Office at 301-780-7354.