3 New Officers Join Bowie Police Force

The officers were sworn in during Monday's city council meeting.

The city of Bowie got a little safer this week.

Three new police officers were were sworn in by the Bowie City Council during Monday's regular council meeting. 

Joining the Bowie Police Department are Pvt. Aaron Foote of Annapolis, formerly of the Baltimore City Police Department; Pfc. Aaron Saunders of Crofton, formerly of the Maryland Natural Resources Police and Pvt. Matthew Titman of Bowie, recent graduate of the Prince George’s County Community Policing Institute. 

Bowie Police Chief John Nesky and Deputy Police Chief Dwayne Preston were both on hand for the swearing in ceremony. 

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juan c valverde December 07, 2012 at 02:06 AM
i wish you the best and may god protect you in all your duties.
Rubynj January 03, 2013 at 07:04 AM
Lol one of these officers gave my brother a ticket and work order for a tail light that was out. No warning. The best part is his car was hit over the new year holiday and it was a hit and run. My car has been broken into twice. The police in this city are a joke. Never around when you need them but the "service with integrity" will make sure and meet thier quotas...new guy on the job has to look good I guess. Keep hanging out at 711's and updating your facebook pages Bowies finest. You know exactly who you are.
Sharp Shooter January 03, 2013 at 01:33 PM
@Rubynj - Nice attitude, moron. How about you take a little responsibility for yourself? These guys put their lives on the line on a daily basis for crap pay. Have your brother take the hit-and-run report to court and he can get the ticket issue addressed - problem solved. If you're so against the BPD do us all a favor and move far away. BTW - your 'quota' comment reeks of an admission of guilt.


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