Tom Wilson

 

Tom Wilson joined PERF in February 2013 and serves as Deputy Director of the Management Services Division. Previously, Mr. Wilson served for almost 24 years with the Anne Arundel County, MD Police Department, retiring as a Major. Anne Arundel County, MD is located in the Baltimore/Washington metropolitan area and surrounds the state capital of Annapolis. The department is a full-service, C.A.L.E.A-accredited police agency with roughly 1,000 sworn and civilian employees serving over 550,000 residents. As Major, Mr. Wilson served in command of both the Patrol Services and Administrative Services Bureaus.

His prior commands included the Anne Arundel County Police Department’s four district police stations; the community relations division; the county 911 center (PSAP); homeland security and intelligence; departmental technology and integration (including RMS, CAD, ARS and MDTs); development and oversight of the departmental budget; strategic planning; the training academy; police personnel; accreditation; the crime lab; evidence collection; departmental fleet; and the county animal control section.

As Captain, Mr. Wilson was appointed to serve almost three years as the Anne Arundel County Director of Emergency Management. His responsibilities included: developing and maintaining a comprehensive emergency management program for all hazards, design of the county’s Emergency Operations Plan, compliance with the National Incident Management System, implementation of the Incident Command System into all aspects of county government, and oversight of federal and state homeland security funding.

Throughout his career, Mr. Wilson has served in almost all aspects of policing, including patrol, training, narcotics and major investigations. He has received extensive training in a variety of law enforcement, crisis management and emergency management matters.

Mr. Wilson holds a Master of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland, College Park.