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Roland Butler

Complaints, fear of retaliation continue even as agency faces investigations by the Department of Justice and and two lawsuits.

Moore covers a wide range of topics from his first six months in office.

Roland Butler was sworn in Tuesday as the first Black leader of the Maryland State Police in its nearly 90-year history. The ceremony for…

The confirmation of retired Lt. Col. Roland Butler comes two days after the Senate Executive Nominations Committee announced a unusual solution to break the logjam.

The confirmation of a historic nominee to lead the Maryland State Police remains in limbo after nearly an hour of testimony before the Senate Executive…

The governor met with members of the Coalition of Black Maryland State Troopers for about 90 minutes Friday to discuss Roland Butler Jr.

Legislation to restrict the carrying of handguns in Maryland is moving through both the House of Delegates and the Senate, albeit in different formats….

Sen. Joanne Benson said Lt. Col. Roland Butler Jr. was unresponsive to concerns about how Black troopers were disciplined and complaints about racism.

Gov. Wes Moore announces Lt. Col. Roland Butler Jr. as state police superintendent. If confirmed, he will be the first Black person to lead the agency.