Police Commissioner, Baltimore Police Department
Kevin Davis was confirmed as Police Commissioner of the Baltimore Police Department on October 19, 2015 after having served as the Interim Police Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner of the Investigations & Intelligence Bureau. Prior to coming to Baltimore, Commissioner Davis served as the Chief of the Anne Arundel County Police Department, and retired as the second-in-command of the Prince George’s County Police Department after 21 years of service.
A 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. He is one of two living persons to be awarded the Key to the City of College Park, home to the University of Maryland.
Commissioner Davis graduated from DeMatha Catholic High School, 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 FBI National Executive Institute, and is a regularly featured speaker at the FBI National Academy and International Association of Chiefs of Police training events.
Commissioner Davis and his wife, Lisa, raise four children.
“I am committed to interrupting the cycle of violence that plagues Baltimore neighborhoods and families through innovative crime fighting strategies and meaningful partnerships and collaboration.”