Baltimore County Police Department seeking residents to join disciplinary trial board
The Baltimore County Police Department is seeking community members to join the department’s disciplinary trial board.
“This is a way for us to work with the community in a partnership to show transparency…”says Baltimore County’s legal advisor Rodney Hill.
Hill joins Two Way Talk to discuss the application process and what selected residents can expect.
To participate, you must meet the following qualifications:
- At least 21 years of age
- Legal resident of Baltimore County
- Never convicted or otherwise found guilty of a felony offense
- Not convicted or otherwise found guilty of a misdemeanor for which a sentence for one (1) year or more could have been imposed, within the ten (10) years preceding the appointment date.
- Not arrested or charged for a felony or misdemeanor as set forth in paragraph (c) and (d) above, within two (2) years of the appointment date or where charges are pending.
- Not a party (or the spouse, parent, sibling or child of a party, business partner) to any legal action filed against the BCoPD or a member of the BCoPD in the member’s official capacity, within ten (10) years preceding the appointment date. Filing a notice of claim under the Local Government Torts Claims Act will constitute being a party to a legal action.
- Not a current or former BCoPD sworn law enforcement officer.
- Affirm that he/she can be fair and impartial and has no bias, or clearly identified bias in favor of or against police.