SHERIFF

DEMOCRAT

(1 seat)

James V. Aluisi

Frederick Jones

Lawrence E. Keval James V. Aluisi 14103 Rectory Lane, Upper Marlboro Age: 44 Incumbent

Prince George's County Sheriff since 1978; with Sheriff's Department 24 years; graduate, FBI National Academy and Leadership Washington; winner of eight National Association of Counties awards; helped develop DWI Treatment Program in Prince George's County; implemented a county Child Support Enforcement Program developed a Disabled Veterans Program, which provides jobs and was recognized by the White House; developed the Public Safety Assistance Program, which provides food for needy county residents named Citizen of the Year, Prince George's Council, Knights of Columbus, Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 9; active supporter of Leadership Washington, Muscular Dystrophy Association Telethon, American Cancer Society and Heart Fund. Frederick Jones 3404 26th Ave., Hillcrest Heights Age: 56

Senior commissioner, District Court of Maryland, 1984-90; chief of security; deputy chief of criminal investigations; criminal investigator; detective; police officer, specializing in fraud and narcotics investigation, 1952-84; retired from U.S. Army service, 1952-74; served in Korea and Vietnam; major awards: Bronze Star, two Army commendations; member, National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives; Federal Investigators Association; education included two years of constitutional law, two years of business law, practices of effective management and executive management; job-related training: U.S. Department of Treasury Basic Criminal Investigator-White Collar Crime; Defense Intelligence Agency Interior and Exterior Security; FBI Latent Prints. Lawrence E. Keval 12632 Millstream Dr., Bowie Age: 52

Twenty years federal service, 18 years in law enforcement; police officer, U.S. Library of Congress; private investigator, Keval Detective Agency; 1957 graduate, Gonzaga High School; BA economics, University of Cincinnati, 1964; 34 post-graduate credit hours; 20 years, federal government service; member, Fraternal Order of Police; Knights of Columbus; Loyal Order of Moose; Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks; American Legion; Andrews Air Force Base Noncommissioned Officers' Club; Washington Navy Yard Officers' Club; private pilot.

SHERIFF

REPUBLICAN

(1 seat)

Alec Edmund Fueschel is unopposed