"Most of the employees just want to know they're heard," Chief Jones said. "I don't want to be in a position where a local or somebody else is telling me what employees feel. That feels uncomfortable to me. I'd rather know what employees feel by going out and talking to them myself."
"That's the Prince George's County way," Chief Jones said. "Whatever it is that people do to help the citizens, we try to recognize them for doing that because the citizens need to know what we're like, who we are. We're helpers."