The head of the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement, who oversees a swath of Baltimore anti-violence initiatives, will step down, effective June 30. Shantay Jackson, who has led the office since Mayor Brandon Scott created it at the start of his term, announced her resignation in a news release Thursday afternoon. The release did not include Jackson’s future plans or who would serve as director beginning July 1.
Shantay Jackson, director of Baltimore mayor’s public safety office, to resign
May 12, 2023