“Courage, Honor, and Integrity”


Henry Trabert

Chief of Police

  Henry Trabert, a 26-year veteran of the Aberdeen Police Department began his career as an Aberdeen Police Officer in January 1986. He obtained every rank recognized by the department and held positions in Patrol Operations, Administrative Services, Criminal Investigations and SWAT. He was appointed as Interim Chief of Police in October 2010 and sworn in as Chief of Police in June 2011.

  Chief Trabert earned an Associate of Applied Sciences Degree from Harford Community College in Criminal Justice and his Bachelor and Master of Science Degrees from Johns Hopkins University in Management. Chief Trabert is also a graduate of the FBI National Academy class #238 and has attended many police executive and leadership training programs.

  Chief Trabert is currently a member of the Maryland Chiefs of Police, NAACP, FBI National Associates and the Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce. He serves on the Maryland Municipal League Hometown Emergency Preparedness Committee and the Criminal Justice Advisory Committee for Harford Community


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