County Council Begins Interviewing Candidates for Police Advisory Commission

The Montgomery County Council held its first round of interviews for its new police advisory commission Monday.

On Tuesday, Councilmember Nancy Navarro tweeted a screenshot of the session, saying, “we are fortunate to have so many amazing [residents] willing to serve.”

The commission will consist of 13 members, all of whom will serve for three years. Over 200 residents applied for the positions by the June 19 deadline.

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Tori Bergel is an intern at Montgomery Community Media. She is a rising senior within the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland. She can be reached at tbergel@mymcmedia.org. Follow her on twitter at @BergelTori.

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