Local Control Advisory Board
The Local Control Advisory Board is a community-driven advisory board tasked with studying and making recommendations on issues related to the transition of control of the Baltimore Police Department from the State of Maryland to the City of Baltimore.
At the request of Mayor Scott, Maryland lawmakers passed SB0786 during the 2021 legislative session. The legislation established the Local Control Advisory Board to help guide the process and made final approval of the transition contingent on City voters through a charter amendment which must be put on the ballot.
The Board must submit an interim report to the City Council, General Assembly, and Governor by December 1, 2021, and a final report by December 1, 2022. The Mayor has set a goal of getting local control on the ballot in 2022.
|Mayor's Office||Mayor Brandon M. Scott|
|Maryland Senate||Cory McCray|
|Maryland House of Delegates||Stephanie Smith|
|Police Commissioner||Michael Harrison||Andy Smullian|
|Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement||Shantay Jackson|
|Chief Equity Officer||Dana Moore|
|City Council President||Nick Mosby||Nikki Thompson|
|City Solicitor||Jim Shea|
|Civilian Review Board||Tyler Salley|
|Community Member||Mark Washington|
|Community Member||Ray Kelly|
|Community Member||Caylin Young|
|No Boundaries||Ashiah Parker|
|CASA||Lydia Walther Rodriguez|
|Citizens Advisory Commission for Public Safety
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Meeting details will be shared on this page. We have the following meeting dates scheduled.
- Wednesday, October 27th
- Monday, November 8th
- Tuesday, November 30th