New Natural Resources Police Superintendent

On September 19, Senator Jack Bailey attended the oath of office ceremony for Colonel G. Adrian Baker, who has been appointed to serve as the new Superintendent of the Maryland Natural Resources Police. The Superintendent is the commanding officer for Maryland’s Natural Resources Police Force, which enforces the state’s conservation and boating laws and is responsible for protecting state parks, public lands, and waterways.

Senator Bailey, who is a retired Natural Resources Police Sergeant, spoke at the oath of office ceremony and presented Colonel Baker with a citation congratulating him on his appointment to this office. In a statement made when Colonel Baker’s appointment was announced in August, Senator Bailey called Colonel Baker a “very qualified and capable leader” and offered him his full support.