Leslie Parker Blyther, Central District
Leslie has been a Baltimore City resident for 26 years, living in the central policing district for 16. She is tenured Professor at Anne Arundel Community College. Since 2000, she has served as Program Coordinator in the Homeland Security & Criminal Justice Institute under the School of Business and Law. She is the Administrative Liaison for the Police Entrance Level Training Academy – preparing to comply with the state audits of 800 objectives. She enjoyed a 31-year career in criminal justice, working in policy and operations compliance with several State of Maryland regulatory and accrediting agencies, including the Maryland Police Training Commission; The Maryland Corrections Training Commission; Maryland Department of Juvenile Services; the Maryland Commission on Correctional Standards; and the American Correctional Association. Leslie served on several policy compliance committees including the Anne Arundel Sheriff’s Office; The Anne Arundel County Department of Correctional Facilities; and the Prince George’s County Department of Corrections. Ms. Blyther completed her undergraduate studies at Morgan State University in 1982, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology. She earned a Master of Arts Degree in Psychology from Bowie State University in 1990.