MADD December 2021 Officer of the Month
Trooper Nicholas Kline
Maryland State Police
MADD National selects Trooper Nicholas Kline as our Officer of the Month for December 2021. Trooper Kline is with the Maryland State Police assigned to the Barrack N – Rockville.
Trooper Nicholas Kline maintains a steadfast commitment to removing impaired drivers from Maryland’s roads. During October 2021, Trooper Kline removed 12 individuals from Maryland’s roads, accounting for approximately 35% of the total DUI arrests at the Rockville Barrack.
Since his transfer to Rockville on September 22, 2021, Trooper Kline has taken 18 impaired drivers off the road. His proficiency in making DUI arrests has led him to arrest an impaired driver on 1 out of every 12 traffic stops he makes.
Trooper Kline recently completed Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE) training helping him remove and charge drivers who are impaired by controlled dangerous substances. His commitment and proficiency in DUI detection and apprehension is undoubtedly saving countless lives on Maryland’s roadways.
We are proud to select Trooper Nicholas Kline of the Maryland State Police as the MADD December 2021 Officer of the Month. We thank him for his dedication to duty in making Maryland’s roadways safe. We wish him the best in safety and wellness in the remaining years of his career and service to the citizens of the State of Maryland.
Thank you to Commander Vincent Upole, Commanding Officer Barrack N – Rockville, for his nomination of Trooper Kline for this MADD recognition.