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City Council President Brandon Scott opens Public Safety Advisory Commission application to city residents

Posted at 5:44 PM, Nov 21, 2019
and last updated 2019-11-21 17:44:42-05

BALTIMORE — Baltimore residents can finally apply to serve on the Public Safety Advisory Commission.

City Council President Brandon M. Scott will be responsible for reviewing applications and appointing residents to the commission. Those appointed will serve a four-year term to help with community and police relations.

Scott said the nine individuals will fill positions including two residents to serve at large, one young person between the ages of 14-20, one public housing tenant, one re-entry professional, one member of the Latinx/Hispanic community and one from the LGBTQ community.

They will also join the Chair of the City Council Public Safety Committee, the Baltimore Police Commissioner, and the Director of the Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights and Wage Enforcement, all ex-official members.