Photo: Baltimore PD/Facebook

Photo: Baltimore PD/Facebook

Baltimore County Chief of Police Terrence Sheridan has about six months remaining on the job while County Executive Johnny Olszewski conducts a national search for a replacement, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Olszewski said in a statement that " Chief Sheridan is a first-class public safety professional who is well-respected by his officers and the community," but that he will be examining candidates from around the country to lead the police force for Maryland’s third largest county.

Sheridan has led the department since January 2017, when former County Executive Kevin Kamenetz pushed out then-chief Jim Johnson.

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