He's been acting as Baltimore's top cop for over a month, and Wednesday is the public's only chance to weigh in on Commissioner-Designate Darryl De Sousa.
The Baltimore City Council is holding a confirmation hearing to decide whether he gets the job permanently.
There have been some mixed reactions about hiring De Sousa, some have spoken out in favor believing he could help make a difference, while others aren't convinced.
De Sousa has been leading the department for a little more than a month, but a big question for many is whether or not the 30-year-veteran can bring change to the police department.
So far he's spoken about plans to reorganize the department and says he has plans to reduce the violence in the city.
The hearing will happen at 5 p.m. at city hall on Wednesday. It will be open to the public and will also be televised.