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Commendations or Complaints
Quality Law Enforcement

The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to providing the finest law enforcement service to the community. In order to continue to provide quality service to the community, we need your assistance. Sheriff Evans encourages you to let him or any member of his command staff know about the quality of service you receive from the employees of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office.

Commendations

If you wish to commend the actions of an employee or employees of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office, you may do so by writing a letter to the Sheriff or any member of his command staff. Verbal commendations may also be given to any agency supervisor.

Complaints

If you believe that the conduct of an employee of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office was inappropriate or criminal in nature, you may request to speak to a supervisor, any member of the command staff, or the Office of Professional Standards. If you wish to file a written complaint against an employee of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office, you may come to the Sheriff’s Office and request to speak to a supervisor, at which time you will be provided with the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Complaint Against Personnel form. You may complete the report and leave it, or complete it at another time, and return it by mail or in person. You will be advised that in accordance with the Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights a complaint of brutality must be notarized and submitted within 90 days of the alleged incident.

If you do not wish to make a complaint against an employee in person, you may request a Complaint Against Personnel Form be mailed to you for your completion.  If you are unable to pick up a form, you may call the Office of Professional Standards at 410-535-2800, or print the  Complaint Against Personnel form , complete and return it.

Annual Statistical Summary
 
The Calvert County Sheriff's Office compiles an annual statistical summary, based upon records of internal affairs investigations. This summary is available to the public. A summary can be obtained by contacting 
Lieutenant Craig Bowen at 410-535-1600 extension 2746 or by mail at:
  • Calvert County Sheriff's Office
    Office of Professional Standards
    30 Church St.
    Prince Frederick, MD 20678


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