Neighborhood Liaison Request for Applications

The Monitoring Team seeks talented, community-oriented individuals to serve as Neighborhood Liaisons.  Neighborhood Liaisons will facilitate the Monitoring Team’s community engagement efforts by providing more localized, more familiar points of access to the Monitoring Team across the City.  To support the Monitoring Team’s mission, the Neighborhood Liaisons will receive information that community members wish to convey about their experiences with BPD and will also affirmatively seek out such information from community members.  Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and bilingual speakers are encouraged to apply.

There are nine police districts in Baltimore City.  The Monitoring Team will select a total of 17 Neighborhood Liaisons, ranging from one to three per police district. While the Monitoring Team hired 11 Neighborhood Liaisons in May, there are currently 11 positions available.  Accordingly, the Monitoring Team anticipates hiring the following number of Neighborhood Liaisons from:  Northwestern (1), Eastern (2), Western (3), Southern (1), Southwestern (1), Southeastern (2), Central (1).

The full RFA application are available here .  Completed applications should be submitted by e-mail to info@bpdmonitor.com.  For those without access to email, completed applications may be submitted by mail or by hand delivery to the following address:

Baltimore Community Mediation Center

c/o Shantay Guy, BPD Monitoring Team Community Liaison

3333 Greenmount Avenue

Baltimore, MD 21218  

 The application period will be open from October 8, 2018- November 7, 2018.  Selections are expected to be announced no later than early December.

The Baltimore Police Monitoring has selected a group of neighborhood liaisons to help facilitate the Monitoring Team’s community engagement effort.  They provide localized points of access to the Monitoring Team across the City. 

Neighborhood Liaisons will facilitate the Monitoring Team’s community engagement efforts by providing more localized, more familiar points of access to the Monitoring Team across the City.  To support the Monitoring Team’s mission, the Neighborhood Liaisons will receive information that community members wish to convey about their experiences with BPD and will also affirmatively seek out such information from community members.  There are nine police districts in Baltimore City.  

The Monitoring Team currently has 11 Neighborhood Liaisons, ranging from one to three per police district.  There are nine police districts in Baltimore City.  The number of Neighborhood Liaisons assigned to each police district is based on population density.

Alvonia Allen - Southwestern District

Darnyle Wharton- Western District

Pam Curtis - Northwestern District

Melva Dunaway - Southern District

Darnyle Wharton- Central District

Kenji Jackson - Northeastern District

Howard Roberts - Eastern District

Miller Roberts - Northern District

Darnyle Wharton- Southeastern District

 

how to contact the neighborhood liaisons

You can reach out to the neighborhood liaisons by emailing  info@bpdmonitor.com.