Monday, February 21, 2022

Interested in a career in law enforcement? Meet with the Supreme Court Police Department!


Supreme Court of the United States Police Department 
Wednesday, March 2 | 2 - 5 PM | In-Person | Register  

The Supreme Court Police enforce Federal and District of Columbia laws and regulations, as well as enforce regulations governing the Supreme Court Building and grounds prescribed by the Marshal and approved by the Chief Justice of the United States. They are responsible for providing a full range of police services, including
  • Protection of the Supreme Court Building and grounds, and persons and property therein; 
  • Maintain suitable order and decorum within the Supreme Court Building and grounds, to include policing demonstrations and large-scale events; 
  • Provide Courtroom security; Prepare numerous reports to include incident, found property, accident, and arrest reports, as well as testify in court.
Schedule a 20-minute informal meeting with Officer Bryan Hoffman and Corporal Katie Thornton of the US SCPD to ask any questions and learn more about officer career paths, policing, and opportunities. 

Questions? Contact Gabe Pickett, BSOS Career Outreach Specialist, UCC at gpickett@umd.edu.