New Leadership Delivering Results for Our Community
Everett Sesker is a proud son of Anne Arundel County. He was raised in Edgewater, surrounded by a large extended family who values community and making the world a better place for all. Like most kids growing up in south county, Everett spent his summers riding his bicycle from Edgewater to Mill Swamp and Sands Road to play basketball with friends and family. His Friday nights were always spent in Annapolis visiting his grandmother and longtime Annapolitian, Teresa Hicks on West Washington Street. A stand-out scholar- athlete and graduate of the South River High School Class of 1985, Everett was awarded a scholarship to Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina, double majoring in Communications and Political Science. As a first generation college graduate, this was a defining moment in his life - one that laid the foundation for his 30 plus years of stellar leadership throughout the great state of Maryland.
In 1990, Everett joined the Prince George’s County Police Department and served for 22 years. As a decorated law enforcement officer, he has served in various leadership capacities, most notably as the Commander of the Training and Education Division, supervising the education and training of new officers. He also had the responsibility of ensuring both sworn, civilian and student officers adhered to all training requirements set forth by the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions (MPCTC). Additionally, Everett served as Commander of the Narcotic Enforcement Division and Community Services Division.
After serving the citizens of Prince George's County and retiring as a Major in 2012, Everett has been a trailblazer on issues that matter most to citizens: accountability and integrity in law enforcement. He was appointed as the Executive Director of the Maryland Police Training and Standards Commission in 2017.
Everett has since moved back home to Anne Arundel County, ready to make a difference in the community that has nurtured and protected him since 1967.
He lives in Tracys Landing with his wife Jessie, two daughters Tyler and Ryan and a very giant puppy named Kona.