Officer Frank E. Enko, Number 3039
Officer Frank Edward Enko has been a member of the Baltimore County Police Department since 1986. Upon graduation from Entrance-Level Training, he was assigned to the Towson Precinct, where his duties included both patrol and traffic duties.
On January 1, 1993 Officer Enko transferred to the Eastern Traffic Division. While in the Eastern Traffic Division, he continued his training, and became a Certified Drug Recognition Expert in July of 1994. He is also a Traffic Crash Reconstructionist, a Standardized Field Sobriety Test Instructor and Drug Recognition Expert Instructor. His duties included the investigation of serious and fatal traffic crashes, detection of drugged and drunk drivers, and enforcement of the Maryland Criminal and Traffic Laws. He also instructed numerous classes on Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and Detecting the Drugged Driver while being an adjunct instructor with the Baltimore County Police Training Section. He also instructed the same classes at surrounding jurisdiction's training academies.
In October of 1995 Officer Enko transferred to his present assignment, The Baltimore County Police Training Section. He is a full-time MPCTC certified instructor and the coordinator of the Traffic Training Team. This team is a multi-jurisdictional team of officers dedicated to excellence in traffic training. These training classes include RADAR, LIDAR, VASCAR, Speed Chronograph, Standardized Field Sobriety Testing, Detecting The Drugged Driver, and Traffic Crash Reconstruction.
In June of 1996 Officer Enko was appointed the assistant agency DRE coordinator for his department, and in May of 1998 became the Agency Coordinator. This involves the day to day running of the program, scheduling training for the agency's 16 other DREs, and ensuring that all Drug Influence Evaluations are completed correctly. He also maintains an on-call schedule, ensuring that a DRE is always available in Baltimore County.
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Revised February 26, 2015