J.D., University of Baltimore, 1993
B.S., Towson State University, 1985
Timothy Longo recently retired as chief of police of the city of Charlottesville. Longo previously served 19 years with the Baltimore Police Department, where he rose to the rank of colonel, serving as chief of technical services, chief of staff to the police commissioner, Southeastern District commander and director of the Emergency Communications Center. He worked in patrol and commanded the Special Investigations Section within the Internal Investigations Division. Longo has been a recipient of the Police Commissioner's Award of Excellence and the Webber Seavey Award. Longo is a graduate of Towson University and the University of Baltimore, School Of Law. He currently serves as a police practices expert in both criminal matters and Section 1983 claims, and assists in the monitoring of two consent decrees; United States of America v. City of Cleveland and United States of America v. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.