Mr. Frye has been with the Office of the State Prosecutor (OSP) since 2013 and is a career criminal investigator with 35 years of state-wide law enforcement experience.
Amongst other duties, Mr. Frye is responsible for directing a staff of OSP special agents conducting criminal investigations of suspected public corruption, misconduct by public officials, violations of the election laws, and other crimes, as well as overseeing the review and processing of all complaints and referrals to the agency, and investigative support to ongoing OSP prosecutions. He also serves as the OSP liaison to the Maryland law enforcement community, and leads the agency’s information sharing and data collection efforts.
Prior to joining the OSP, Mr. Frye served for 27 years with the Maryland State Police, including 20 years in the Criminal Investigation Division, where he had multiple roles as an investigator, supervisor and commander. Mr. Frye’s assignments included 13 years supporting the Maryland Attorney General’s Criminal Investigation Division, 8 years with the State’s gun violence reduction/firearms efforts, and 3 years in the Homicide Unit.
Mr. Frye is a native Marylander and a graduate of the University of Maryland.