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Police Training

  • Body-worn Camera Policy (PDF)
  • Body-worn Camera Procedural Reference Guide (PDF)

  • Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention

  • Speed Monitoring System Training (.ZIP)
  • Child Exploitation Lesson Plan (Word)
  • Child Abuse & Exploitation (PPT)
  • LEOSA Guide and Application Form (PDF)
  • Identity Theft - Uniform Reporting Form (PDF)
  • Identity Theft - Uniform Reporting Form (Word)
  • Identity Theft - Lesson Plan (Word)
  • Identity Theft - Lesson Plan (PDF)
  • Identity Theft - PowerPoint (PPT)
  • Model Domestic Violence Policy for the Maryland Law Enforcement Community (PDF)

    Traffic Safety Specialist Recognition Program

    The Maryland Traffic Safety Specialist (TSS) program is a statewide recognition program for police officers who have attained distinctive levels of experience, training and proficiency in Highway Safety and Traffic Enforcement methods and procedures. The TSS designation is awarded by the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions (MPCTC), and the program is open to all police officers, deputy sheriffs and state troopers from Maryland law enforcement agencies and certain Federal law enforcement agencies.

    TSS Designations are awarded at three levels: TSS-I, TSS-II, and TSS-III. Achieving the higher designations requires additional training, job performance, development of officer skills and development of the recipient's proficiency as a traffic enforcement officer. Level II and III Designations also require the submission of a project paper that must be approved by the TSS Executive Committee.

    Follow this link for more information and enrollment forms.