Joshua Ronning named as Hometown Hero
BALTIMORE — On Thursday, Nov. 17, the Chesapeake Gateway Chamber of Commerce held its ninth annual Salute to Hometown Heroes. Officer First Class Joshua Ronning of the Baltimore County Police Department was nominated by co-workers in his precinct to be recognized as a Hometown Hero.
Ronning grew Queen Anne’s up in County and was a 2009 graduate of Queen Anne’s County High School. After graduating from the University of Maryland College Park in 2013, he entered the BCPD Academy in 2014.
Ronning was assigned to the Essex Precinct after graduation. During his 18-month probationary period, he was named “Officer of the Month” three times.
Ronning, along with 19 other first responders and military personnel, was recognized as a Hometown Hero at a dinner and awards ceremony in Baltimore County.
OFC. JOSHUA RONNING