Mayor’s Top Adviser On Crime To Step Down In June
BALTIMORE (AP) — The top adviser on crime to Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is resigning from her position next month.
Sheryl Goldstein of the mayor’s Office on Criminal Justice announced her decision on Thursday, not long after Baltimore’s Police Commissioner Frederick Bealefeld III announced he was stepping down.
The Baltimore Sun reports that Goldstein will leave her job on June 15.
Goldstein was named to her job as the go-between for the mayor’s office and police department in 2006 by former Mayor Sheila Dixon.
Goldstein was then retained by Rawlings-Blake when she took office in 2010.
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