Maryland Troopers Association

Fairness, integrity and service are the fundamental values essential to providing quality law enforcement related services to the citizens of Maryland. Since the inception of the Maryland Troopers Association in 1979, we have worked diligently to protect and further the traditional values of the Maryland State Police by supporting the men and women who deliver these services daily. From the beginning, we have enjoyed the loyalty and support of Civilian Members who realize the profound influence such values have in providing quality law enforcement services to Maryland citizens.

Our Distinguished Donors

We are proud to recognize those who can give $100 or more to the MTA Fall 2023 direct mail fundraising campaign as well as those donors who have consistently supported us throughout the year. Click here to view a listing of our Spring 2022 Distinguished Donors.

Thank You For Your Support

First and foremost, thank you so much for your support of the MTA. Yes, your donations are very much needed in helping us restore our ranks, attract good recruits to our profession, and provide more security to our troopers. More important to us, however, is that you believe in what we’re doing. We can’t over emphasize what this means to us.

We believe it is important to recognize those who support us. For our Fall fundraising campaign, we have our 2023 MTA window stickers available to anyone who contributes. In addition, all Fall 2022 donors will be eligible to win our Fall vacation package for two, which includes two nights at Rachael's Dowry Bed & Breakfast in Baltimore. Those who contribute $100 or more will also be recognized online.

Our responsibilities as State Troopers are wide and varied, and touch nearly every facet of law enforcement. We are the first responders, the guardians who make a difference in the lives of others. We are dedicated and we are here to always protect you. Thank you for your support.

Location

Maryland Troopers Association

1300 Reisterstown Rd, Pikesville, MD 21208