PIKESVILLE, MD – Governor Larry Hogan will join Colonel Woodrow W. Jones III for the annual ceremony to honor the members of the Maryland State Police who have given their lives in the line of duty. Family members of many of the fallen will be in attendance, as will current and retired members of the Maryland State Police. The Maryland State Police Fallen Heroes Ceremony honors the 43 Maryland state troopers and one chief deputy state fire marshal who have given their lives while serving the citizens of our state. Also honored are two state troopers killed in action while serving in the military in World War II. The ceremony will be held at the Maryland State Police Fallen Heroes Memorial, at State Police Headquarters in Pikesville. The memorial was established by the Maryland State Police Alumni Association and bears the name of each of the fallen. Following the ceremony, the new Maryland State Police Museum will be open for visitors to view items and historical information from the 101-year history of the Department. The museum will be open from noon until 3 pm .WHAT: MARYLAND STATE POLICE FALLEN HEROES CEREMONYWHEN: ​THURSDAY, MAY 12, 2022 11:00 A.M.WHERE: MARYLAND STATE POLICE HEADQUARTERS​​FALLEN HEROES MEMORIAL (QUADRANGLE)​​1201 REISTERSTOWN ROAD​​PIKESVILLE, MD 21208Maryland State Police · 1201 Reisterstown Rd, Pikesville, MD 21208