Call Us 24/7 · (844) 632-7274
(1-844-MDCRASH)

Knowledge. Experience. Results.
Maryland Personal Injury Attorneys

Michael J. Schreyer, JD
Founding Partner
Andrew D. Alpert, JD
Founding Partner

Prince George’s County Police Have Been Preparing for Mass Casualty Events

By Alpert Schreyer on May 7, 2013

Prince George’s County police say they have been training for similar events like the Boston bombing and shootings that occurred during and surrounding the time of the Boston Marathon.  On April 19, the Prince George’s Special Operations Division (SOD) informed the community of its ability to deal with such a situation should it happen in Maryland thanks to specialized training received.

As reported by Bowie.Patch.com, Commander of the Special Operations Division’s Special Services Section, Lieutenant Chris Price, stated in a police press release that what we have been watching on TV is likely to open the eyes of every law enforcement agency in the country.  SOD units participate in weekly training sessions at various locations across Prince George’s County.  The purpose is to create realistic scenarios that police officers might have to one day face.

The Special Operations Division currently has four explosion detection K-9 teams, and a fifth team is scheduled to be added to the force within weeks.  On April 19, two of the four K-9 explosion detection teams practiced sweeps to uncover explosive devices.

More information about Prince George’s County’s preparedness for situations like the ones that occurred in Boston recently is available by contacting the Prince George’s County Police Department’s Media Relations Division.  You may call (301) 772-4710 during normal business hours.

The Bowie personal injury attorneys at Alpert Schreyer would like to commend all police and emergency response personnel who helped save lives during the Boston Marathon tragedy and the special operations teams that aided in the capturing of the second suspect in the terrorist attack on innocent people.  If you or a loved one has been injured due to the negligence of another, the injury attorneys at Alpert Schreyer know how to hold those who were responsible for your injuries accountable.  Please call (866) 444-6363 to learn more.

Free Case
Evaluation
Form:

1-844-MDCRASH
(844) 632-7274

Free Case Evaluation Form

If you’ve been injured in an accident, contact the law firm of Alpert Schreyer, LLC. Our experienced, tenacious attorneys will help you achieve the best possible outcome in your case.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

1-844-MDCRASH
(844) 632-7274

1-844-MDCRASH
(844) 632-7274

We have multiple offices in Maryland to assist you with your case. Click on any of our five office locations for address info and directions.

Bethesda, MD Frederick, MD Lexington Park, MD Bowie, MD Waldorf, MD

Serving All of Maryland and D.C. for over 25 Years
Find an office near you

Alpert Schreyer, LLC Disclaimer: The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established. This web site is not intended to solicit clients for matters outside of the state of Maryland.

Alpert Schreyer, LLC in Waldorf represents personal injury clients throughout Maryland, including those in Bowie, Annapolis, Prince Frederick, Upper Marlboro La Plata, Bethesda and Leonardtown located in Charles County, Prince George’s County, St. Mary’s County, Calvert County and Montgomery County.

© by Alpert Schreyer, LLC. Bowie Workers’ Compensation Attorneys, Waldorf Personal Injury Lawyers and Southern Maryland Car Accident Lawyers. All Rights Reserved.

The ultimate resolution of my case has been excellent, far better than I could have imagined. I couldn't recommend anyone more highly.
Maryland Injury Case
Date published: 09/06/2018
5 / 5 stars