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Chief Timothy J. Longo, Sr., began his law enforcement career with the Baltimore Police Department in 1981 as a Police Cadet. In June of 1984, he graduated from the department’s Education and Training Division and was awarded the Police Commissioner’s Award of Excellence. In April of 1993, he assumed command of the department’s Special Investigation Section within the Internal Investigation Division. Chief Longo implemented the nation’s first three digit non-emergency number, 3-1-1. As a result, his department received the prestigious Weber Seavey Award for innovative law enforcement. From 1996 to 1998, Chief Longo served as Commander of the Southeastern District and in December of 1998, became the Chief of Staff to Police Commissioner Thomas Frazier. In March of 1999, he again received exempt appointment to the rank of Colonel and served as Chief of the Technical Services Bureau. In February of 2001, he was selected to serve as the Chief of Police for the City of Charlottesville, Virginia.

Chief Longo is a graduate of Towson University in Baltimore where he served as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice. He is a graduate of the University of Baltimore, School of Law, and holds a Juris Doctorate from that institution. Chief Longo lectures across America in the field of Ethics, Professional Standards, Internal Affairs, and has served as a police practices expert in civil rights litigation on behalf on both plaintiffs and defendants.