Commissioners Issue Final Call for Volunteers Ahead of Inaugural Meeting of Police Accountability Boards This Fall

There is still time before the inaugural meeting of the Police Accountability Board this fall for area residents to apply to serve on the Administrative Charging Committee.

The five-member Administrative Charging Committee is one of three new boards implemented under the State Police Accountability Act (Act). The charging committee will review complaints and investigations of police misconduct, determine whether an officer should be charged with misconduct, and if charged recommend discipline from the State-created matrix.

The Police Accountability Board will conduct its inaugural meeting in the board room of the Worcester County Government Center in Snow Hill on September 15. 2022 at 2 p.m. and will select two members of the Administrative Charging Committee.

Applications are currently being received for the Administrative Charging Committee and the Trial Board and are available at Send the completed application along with a letter of interest and a resume or cover letter outlining any pertinent experience, to or Worcester County Administration at One West Market Street, Room 1103, Snow Hill, Maryland 21863.