The following officers have been awarded Officer of the Month by their Commanding Officer:

January: Officer T. Allen #5531 who conducted an incredible amount of self-initiated enforcement and outstanding devotion to his work which resulted in a significant number of case clearances and felony arrests. He is also recognized for consistently leading his shift in enforcement month after month, demonstrating his dedication to law enforcement and the safety of the community he serves.

February: Officer Womack #4959 and Officer Young #5607, SROs at Woodlawn High School, work together to keep the large student population there safe every day. They have attended construction meetings during an extensive construction project at the school and presented insight and suggestions for improvements on the construction plans. They have fostered positive relationships with faculty and students alike, which has built a trust that has led students to report things that may have otherwise gone unreported. They strive to mentor and guide the students as they interact with them every day, while providing a safe environment and addressing situations as they arise.

March: Officer McNulty #5967 for his exceptional proactive enforcement while still handling his post. He answered 235 calls for service this month and still led his squad in total enforcement and arrests, and clearing 15 misdemeanor traffic related cases. On one traffic stop for a speeding violation he detected CDS, searched the vehicle and seized illegal drugs and a loaded fully automatic handgun. On another call for a suspicious vehicle he observed the passenger attempt to conceal something under the front seat as he approached. It turned out to be a loaded handgun, which he was able to seize and charge the suspect. 

April: Officer Wolford #5987 who made a great grab after responding to a call of a carjacking on North Rolling Road around 5:30 p.m. Using the cell phone tracking system the victim was able to give the general location of the stolen vehicle and Officer Wolford found it. The vehicle fled into Baltimore City where the suspects jumped out and fled on foot. Officer Wolford recovered the vehicle, a handgun that one of the suspects dropped as he fled, another handgun inside the vehicle, and shortly thereafter, one suspect was apprehended.