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MSPAA Trooper of the Year 2016

In 1962, the Alumni Association selected it's first "Trooper of the Year". Then and now each new Trooper of the Year is chosen from a field of outstanding Troopers that have been recommended by their commanders.The MSPAA Trooper of the Year is selected by the Alumni's Trooper of the Year Committee, which is made up of a cross section of retired troopers. The award for the preceding year is always made in May of the following year.

     Congratulations to our 2016 TROOPER OF THE YEAR
                 Awarded in May of 2017 TFC  Charles M. Tittle
                                                          


Presentation by Jack Howard, President, MSPAA

TFC Charles M. Tittle joined the Maryland State Police as a cadet in July of 2011 and graduated third out of 70 candidates in December of 2014. He is presently assigned to North East Barrack. He was nominated by his command staff to be the Northern Troop candidate for statewide "Trooper of the Year" in his firstyear as a trooper. In 2016 he was named the North East Barrack Trooper of the Month seven times and barrack top DUI enforcer of the month eight times.
In 2016, Trooper TIttle aurtored 118 criminal investigation reports, more than anytrooper in the Field Operations Bureau. He responded to almost 2,000 calls for service and made 109 warrant arrests, ranking him number on in warrant services in all of the FOB.
Trooper Tittle made 60 impaired driving arrests in 2016 and recovered seven firearms during traffic stops. Additionally he made 1,010 traffic stops and issued 1,400 citations last year.
In addition to the above actions, Trooper Tittle volundteered to be a mentor for the North East Barrack Law Enforcement Explorer Program and participated in Shope with a Cop charity event in Cecil County. He is an active member with the Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company in Baltimore County and continues to help save lives through his work as an EMT, Firefighter 1 and rescue tech specialist. Trooper Tittle is described as the epitome of who a Maryland State Trooper should strive to be.

Below, Lieutenant Colonel Frank B. Lioi, Chief FOB, offers congratulations to Trooper Tittle.


Click here for the previous MSPAA Troopers of the Year