History

history-1Founded in 1976, the Deputy Sheriffs Association was organized for the purposes of disseminating factual data in an attempt to promote the professionalism of law enforcement services; stimulating mutual cooperation between law enforcement agencies, and striving for the establishment and maintenance of equitable wages, hours, working conditions and retirement for all Deputy Sheriffs in Prince George’s County, MD. The organization also negotiated for, and entered into, collective bargaining agreements for wages, hours, terms and conditions of employment.

On November 23, 1993, the Deputy Sheriffs Association affiliated with the Grand Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), the nation’s largest law enforcement labor organization. Our Lodge designation number is 112.

history-2Today, we serve over 400 sworn, retired and civilian employees of the Office of the Sheriff for Prince George’s County, MD; providing legal services, advancing career development, securing financial futures, and ensuring that our members are represented in the most professional and impartial manner.

News Updates

Lodge Hall Progress Report
Tuesday, February 14th at 6:47 pm

   

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DSA Sponsors Heroes & Crime Solvers Golf Tournaments
Wednesday, July 22nd at 11:24 am

            The Deputy Sheriffs Association partnered with Heroes, Inc. and Prince George’s Crime Solvers to sponsor separate golf tournaments in July. Retiree Representative Ron Oliver and Treasurer Randy Cooper represented the DSA at the events. … Continue reading

Crime Solvers Golf
Governor Hogan Signs DSA Proposed Legislation Into Law
Tuesday, April 14th at 4:46 pm

President Will Milam, along with First Vice President Brian Endlich, stood next to Governor Larry Hogan in Annapolis today, as he signed the Prince George’s County Deputy Sheriff’s Transfer Tax bill into law. With the passage of this law, our … Continue reading

DSA Bill Signing 2015

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