Police Commissioner, Baltimore Police Department
Kevin Davis has led the Baltimore Police Department as Police Commissioner since 2015. A lifelong Marylander, Commissioner Davis served as Chief of Police for the Anne Arundel County, Maryland Police Department and retired as the Assistant Chief of Police for the Prince George’s County, Maryland Police Department before coming to Baltimore.
A 25 year veteran and fourth generation public safety professional, Commissioner Davis is the son of a retired Prince George’s County police officer, and grandson and great-grandson to Washington, D.C. fire fighters.
Commissioner Davis was recognized as a 2017 Influential Marylander by the Maryland Daily Record, and in 2016 was awarded the Woodrow Wilson Award for Distinguished Government Service by the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), serves as the Second Vice-President of the Maryland Chiefs of Police Association, serves as the Vice-Chair of the Maryland Police Standards and Training Commission, and serves on Governor Larry Hogan’s Justice Reinvestment Oversight Board.
A graduate of DeMatha Catholic High School, Commissioner Davis earned his bachelor’s degree in English from Towson University and received his master’s degree in management from Johns Hopkins University. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the FBI National Executive Institute.
Commissioner Davis and his wife, Lisa, raise four children.