Colonel Woodrow W. Jones III, the superintendent of Maryland State Police, will retire at the end of the year, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday. Jones became superintendent of the statewide law enforcement agency in February 2020 after four years leading the Maryland Transportation Authority Police. His retirement comes after 35 years in law enforcement, according to a news release from Hogan’s office.
Maryland State Police superintendent to retire at end of year, governor announces
November 18, 2022