MUSEUM ORAL HISTORY

Marcus Jones
Interviewed by Brien Williams

“This is a great profession, and there is no doubt in my mind I would do it again.”

Marcus Jones is a law enforcement professional with over thirty years of experience with the Montgomery County (MD) Police Department. As of 2015, he serves as Commander of the Third District in Silver Spring, Maryland. He has previously served as the Director of Major Crimes, and Drug Enforcement Commander. He helped to create an award winning Diversity Training program for the Police Department which he teaches to each Academy class. Jones is also a former National Chairman for the National Black Police Association and has represented that organization on the National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund’s Board of Directors for the last seven years.

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