Maryland State Police Vehicles

Maryland State Police Vehicle Conditions

  • 1/2 of the Maryland State Police Patrol Vehicles have more than 170,000 miles
  • 55 Troopers are driving vehicles with more than 300,000 miles
  • Only 300 patrol vehicles have fewer than 100,000 miles

Maryland State Police Cars are Falling Apart – Literally.

Last year, the Legislature committed to fund a vehicle replacement plan for the State Police using revenue from the Speed Camera program. This funding will allow the Maryland State Police to purchase 171 vehicles this year. While this is a good start, one or two years of funding will not fix a problem that took a decade to create. It is essential that – even in these difficult financial times – this funding remains in place.

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Our monthly board meeting will be held tonight September 26th @ 6:00 PM.
The meeting will be held @ our SLEOLA office in Severna Park.
As always, all members are welcomed and encouraged to attend.
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Today, SLEOLA members joined Governor Hogan for the signing of our Memorandum Of Understanding, which covers the pay, benefits, and working conditions for our members. ... See MoreSee Less

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I spent this morning with the 27 members of The Natural Resources Police 58th Basic Recruit Class who will be graduating next week....Then spent the afternoon attending the graduation of the 145th Maryland State Police Trooper Candidate Class. Proud of these men and women entering our profession during these challenging times. Be safe my brothers and sisters! ... See MoreSee Less

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Speaking with MD State Police Academy Class 145 about SLEOLA's benefits and what we do for our members. ... See MoreSee Less

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The 144th Maryland State Police Academy Class on Graduation Day! We welcome these 39 new troopers to our ranks, and are grateful for their choice to protect and serve ... See MoreSee Less

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