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CAUGHT Doing Great Service — Becky Vodusek

March 24, 2017
Becky Vodusek is a valued employee at the Maryland Capitol Police Baltimore headquarters. Since her first day about three years ago, she has shown a willingness and desire to assist however she can. She keeps day-to-day functions running smoothly and is involved in every facet of MCP’s operations. Among her  ...Learn more

CAUGHT Doing Great Service – Michele Sanders

March 23, 2017
Although Michele Sanders is a new addition to the Maryland Capitol Police Annapolis Detachment, she has worked for the Maryland Capitol Police for four years. She is an outstanding employee who takes courteous customer service very seriously and can always be counted on to treat people with respect and professionalism.  ...Learn more

Employee of the Month – MCP Security Officer George Gibson

March 7, 2017
For the past 30 years, Security Officer George Gibson has been providing excellent service to the employees and visitors at the Baltimore Complex. He is always on time for his shift and presents a positive, professional image. When asked to work overtime, he doesn’t hesitate to say “Yes.” Security Officer  ...Learn more

DGS, MDOA and MDP Partner to Collect Toys for Tots

December 7, 2016
General Services, the Maryland Department of Aging and the Maryland Department of Planning are partnering to collect Toys for Toys, a special 2016 Maryland Charity Campaign event at State Center. Planning Secretary Wendy Peters and Department of Aging Deputy Secretary Dina Gordon joined Secretary Churchill, Deputy Secretary Reichart and Maryland  ...Learn more

Department of General Services Maryland Capitol Police Develops Overdose Response Program

October 4, 2016
The Department of General Services Maryland Capitol Police (MCP) has joined the fight to combat the alarming rise in opioid-related drug overdoses, including those associated with heroin. In conjunction with the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH), the Maryland Capitol Police has developed an overdose response program that enables  ...Learn more

Employee of the Month — K-9 Champ

September 9, 2016
It hasn’t happened often, but it has been known to occur: an employee who’s been with DGS for a short time is recognized as Employee of the Month. The selection criteria set a high bar and include a strong work ethic, positive attitude, professional behavior and service to others. It  ...Learn more

Employee of the Month – Sergeant Ebonie Richardson

August 11, 2016
Ebonie Richardson grew up in a culture of public service. Her parents served in the military, and her father later joined the Maryland State Police. Her cousin is with the Baltimore Police. And Ebonie is a Maryland Capitol Police sergeant. “We were raised to believe in the importance of public  ...Learn more

Governor Larry Hogan Appoints Ellington Churchill as Secretary of Department of General Services

July 12, 2016
Click here to view the press release from the Governor’s Office.

DGS Blog: Maryland Capitol Police: A Life of Service

March 23, 2016
 Today, I am pleased to present a guest post by Maryland Capitol Police Chief Michael Wilson Secretary Gail Bassette Background The history of the Department of General Services – Maryland Capitol Police (DGS-MCP) can be traced back to 1862, when an act of legislation made the Governor responsible for appointing  ...Learn more

Employee of the Month — Damara Knox

February 11, 2016
Annapolis Police Communications Officer (PCO) Damara Knox joined DGS in 1998 as a Security officer. In 2012, she was promoted to PCO. It’s a position she earned through hard work and determination. “It all ties together,” explained Lt. Labs, Ms. Knox’s mentor. “We’re all about safety, called to help others.  ...Learn more

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