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  • 89th Recruit Class
    Proudly representing the professional men and women of the Anne Arundel County Police Department
    Delegates to the 2022 Maryland State FOP Conference
    Thank You To Mission BBQ For Your Continued Support!
    Proudly representing!
    88th Recruit Class
    The 93rd Recruit Class
    FOP Day on the Hill
    Shier and Atkinson on Capitol Hill
    Governor Wes Moore
    Saint Patrick's Day Celebration 2023
    FOP & FOP Auxiliary Cheering on the Department's Hockey Team!
    Freedom Day Celebration 2023
    Signing of the 2023 (FY24) Memorandum of Agreement
    The Chief's Award for Job Excellence 2022
    Sgt. Steve McBee
    Governor Hogan
    President Atkinson and Legislative Chair Shier discuss General Assembly issues with the Governor.
    2020 Fallen Heroes Golf Tournament
    It takes all types of golfers!
    Executive Order Signing on Police Reform

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    County Executive Steuart Pittman has joined FOP 70 in our fight for passage of the long overdue "Social Security Fairness Act". You can download a copy of the letter below or click on this article to read the text. We have reached out to Ben Cardin and his staff repeatedly on this important matter with no results. We are happy to have the County Executive's support as he joins us as an ally in this important movement. The bills are currently sponsored by Senator Chris Van Hollen, Representatives John Sarbanes, Dutch Ruppersberger, Anthony Brown, and David Trone,

    Download: Social Security Fairness Act Support Letter.pdf
    The Anne Arundel County Police Department honored local hero George Phelps, Jr. this month by, posthumously, making him an Anne Arundel County Police Officer.  As a police officer, he would have been encouraged to join our FOP, and therefore, we recently voted to make him an honorary member of our FOP. Born in 1926, Brother Phelps  was the nephew of the late Wiley H. Bates and he graduated Wiley H. Bates High School.  Bates was the only high school in the county that black students could go to until the mid-1960s when  segregation ended in Anne Arundel County.  After high school, he attended North Carolina A&T College and joined the U.S. Army, which took him to  Europe during World War II for service as a military police officer. With his education, military, and policing background, he would have made the perfect addition to the Anne Arundel County Police Department.  But in 1950, not many people could imagine a black man hired to a position where he could arrest a white person.


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1311 Generals Hwy
Crownsville, MD 21032

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