Upper Marlboro, MD…Three new Deputy Sheriffs – Deputy Dominick Chambers, Deputy Kevin Queen and Deputy Del-Mar Williams – graduated from Session 121 of the Prince George’s County Police Training Academy on October 23. The ceremony, held at the First Baptist Church of Glenarden in Upper Marlboro, marked the end of eight months of basic training.
“These Deputies step into an honorable 316 year tradition of law enforcement with the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office,” said Sheriff Melvin C. High. “They strengthen our agency as we continue our mission of serving the courts and the citizens and residents of the county.”
The class graduated a total of 45 recruits from the Office of the Sheriff, the Prince George’s County Police Department and the City of Bowie Police Department.
Sheriff High joined Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Public Safety Barry L. Stanton, Prince George’s County Police Chief Mark A. Magaw, 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.
Deputies Chambers, Queen and Williams will step into the “real world” of law enforcement with their Field Training Officers (FTO’s) in the Domestic Violence Intervention Division.
For more information contact the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office, Press Information Office at 301-780-2773.