PHOTOS: County Police Officers Honored at Promotion Ceremony

The county's newest Deputy Chief Pamela Davis officially received her promotion along with several other high-ranking officers.

Newly appointed Deputy Chief Pamela Davis and several high-ranking officers officially received their promotions Thursday morning at the Southern District Police Station in Edgewater.

Political leaders, community activists and a crowd of county police officers attended the ceremony to support of those being promoted. Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold and Police Chief Larry W. Tolliver offered congratulations as each officer was highlighted for his or her service and experience over the years.

The unofficial mayor of Shady Side, Mohan Grover, also addressed the room and personally thanked Capt. William Krampf and Lt. Timothy Altomare for their service in south county and welcomed the district's newest captain, Capt. Michelle Simpson. 

Listed below is a recap of the promotions.

  • Maj. Pam Davis to the position of Deputy Chief of the Office of Executive Services.
  • Capt. William Krampf to the position of major of the Patrol Services Bureau.
  • Lt. Michelle Simpson to the position of captain of the southern district.
  • Lt. Timothy Altomare to the position of captain of the northern district.
  • Lt. Herbert Hasenpusch to the position of captain of the Office of Emergency Management.
Hilly Hoyle August 31, 2012 at 12:49 PM
I want to know why Leopold is still doing anything! He should be ousted out of office and should have to repay the tax payers the money we have paid him while he is sexual harassing women and having affairs in parking lots on the county pay roll.
Patricia O'Brien - Boarman September 01, 2012 at 03:17 AM
Congratulations to all who were promoted at yesterday's ceremony in which I was in attendance as to the 'Best Of MyKnowledge", this is the "first" time a promotion ceremony has ever been held in the Southern District, usually all ceremonies are held in the upper end of our county. All who were promoted yesterday had over 20 years service so they all have expertise in Law Enforcement and all are qualified. This has got to be a morale booster for other Police Officers as all who were promoted were "within" our fine Police Department. I will continue to crusade for adequate manpower at the Southern District Police station which I have been doing for a number of years and I'm keeping a watchful eye on response time on priority calls for service. Residents/Citizens of South Anne Arundel County my sincere thanks to each of you for your support in writing letters, getting petitions, sending e-mails, making phone calls when I speak out and let you know your Individual or Association help is needed as we are strong in numbers. United we stand. Have a happy and safe Labor day weekend. Pat


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