Chief Mark Magaw Announces Retirement; County Executive Names New Interim Chief

Chief Mark A. Magaw

Prince George’s County Police Chief Mark Magaw today announced his retirement after 32 years with the department. Chief Magaw has served as Chief of Police since December of 2010. During his tenure, crime in the county has dropped to historic lows. Chief Magaw has accepted a new position with Prince George’s County. He’ll soon serve as County Executive Baker’s Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Public Safety

“This is a bittersweet time. It’s been the honor of a lifetime to serve as the Chief of Police for this remarkable police department. The men and women of this agency are true public servants, committed to serving our community. I will miss working alongside the dedicated individuals who have made the department what it is today. I look forward to transitioning to my new position, where I will continue to have the opportunity to proudly serve the citizens of Prince George’s County,” said ChiefMagaw.


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