Administrative Hearings & Disciplinary Reporting
Police Accountability Board,
Police Accountability Board | Prince George's County, MD (princegeorgescountymd.gov)
The PAB is comprised of eleven (11) Prince George’s County residents appointed by the County Executive and County Council. To the extent practicable, members of the PAB reflect the racial, AHB Advertisement Corrected for publication REVISED for Email Address ethnic, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, cultural, and geographic diversity of the County, and possess a range of professional or lived experiences. The PAB:
Receives complaints of police misconduct involving the public and refers them to the appropriate law enforcement agency for investigation within 3 days of receipt. However, not all complaints are filed through the PAB, some complaints are filed directly with the involved law enforcement agencies.
Reviews the disciplinary outcomes of investigations that were conducted by law enforcement agencies and forwarded to the Administrative Charging Committee for disposition.
Identifies trends in the disciplinary process of police officers in the County and makes policy recommendations to improve transparency and police accountability.
Meets at least once quarterly with heads of law enforcement agencies located in the County, and with community members at least twice a year.
9200 Basil Court, Suite 400
Largo, Maryland 20774
Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Friday
Call to schedule an appointment. No walk-ins.
Disciplinary and Serious Officer Involved Incident Reporting Pursuant to State Law (HB1016)
2022 Report Submitted to MPTC
2021 Report Submitted to MPTC
2020 Report Submitted to MPTC
2019 Report Submitted to MPTC
2018 Report Submitted to MPTC
2017 Report Submitted to MPTC