Crime never stops, and nor does the law in bringing it to justice. But as technology gets smarter, so do criminals, and local law enforcement should think of...
Author - Luther T. Reynolds
Luther Reynolds was appointed Assistant Chief of the Management Services Bureau in March, 2013. He is an accomplished police executive with over 25 years of experience. His career began as a police officer in Montgomery County, MD, in 1989. In addition to his current assignment, he has commanded two separate district stations, served as the Director of Personnel, Director of Training and Education, and Director of Special Operations. As a direct report to the Chief of Police of an agency which includes 1900 employees, of which almost 1300 are sworn, he currently oversees business components which include the personnel division, information management and technology division, emergency communications center, training and education division, legal and labor division, planning and policy, wellness, management and budget divisions, which includes responsibility for creation and execution of a $273 million budget.
He has also served as an adjunct professor for many years at the University of Maryland, University College. He has written and published articles in the Police Chief Magazine and taught leadership and other classes internal to his own agency. He has been an active committee member in the International Association of Chiefs of Police and conference presenter on numerous occasions and an active member of the Police Executive Research Forum and the Major Cities Chief’s Association. He has achieved educational and training including a Bachelors of Science degree from Florida State University, a Masters of Science degree from Johns Hopkins University, FBI National Academy, FBI National Executive Institute, and is a Certified Public Manager from George Washington University’s Institute for Regional Excellence. He has been recognized for his ability to support his troops, the community and for being an integral part of achieving the department’s mission with excellence.