Anne Arundel County is now inviting individuals to begin the application process to serve on the county’s Police Accountability Board (PAB). This is a multi-step process, and here is what it will look like:
- Phase I is an interest application, which is available now and includes a series of questions that will be used to identify candidates for further consideration.
- Phase II includes a secondary application with specific questions based on Bill 16-22 after it is signed. A subset of candidates who submitted Phase I applications will be invited to complete the Phase II process.
- Phase III will include interviews and final recommendations to the County Executive and County Council.
For more information on the Police Accountability Board and to apply for membership visit aacounty.org/police accountability board
Board Membership Criteria
- Live in Anne Arundel County.
- Willing and able to commit to a significant amount of time each week.
- Willing to be subject to a background check.
- NOT an active law enforcement officer.
- Willing to sign a Financial Disclosure Form annually.
- Have professional or volunteer experience in one of the following areas: Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Behavioral Health, Juvenile Services, Faith Leadership, Community Policing, Personnel Disciplinary Matters, Policing Standards, Education/Social Science Background, or other relevant life experience.
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