In 2014, Michael A. Jackson was elected Maryland State Delegate for District 27B, where he sits on the Appropriations Committee and the Public Safety & Administration Sub-Committee. Currently, Jackson serves as Deputy Director for Administration & Support Services with the Office of Homeland Security for Prince George’s County. He gained executive management and leadership experience during his 22 years with the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office. He served over five years as Fraternal Order of Police president and eight years as the elected Sheriff for Prince George’s County. He established the first 24/7 Domestic Violence Intervention Unit in the Mid-Atlantic Region.
Jackson is a graduate of both The Johns Hopkins University and DeVry University, and serves as an Associate Professor at University of Maryland University College and as an Assistant Professor at DeVry University.