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Sandy Sellman
2013 Baltimore Scholar

"I have twenty five years of a rewarding career as a law enforcement officer.  I am one of two African American females in the history of the Maryland - National Capital Park Police Agency to achieve the rank or Patrol Commander and Executive Lieutenant to the Chief. That is why a second career in law is a natural fit."



Undergraduate School: Bowie State University
Status:  2L University of Baltimore School of Law
Anticipated graduation year: 2016
Undergraduate Major: Sociology
Hometown: Brookeville, MD




  • Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
  • Golden Key International Honour Society
  • Montgomery County Police George Four Beat Team, 1998
  • Montgomery County Police DWI Task Force, 1998-2000
  • Commission VIP Award Winner for Safe Summer Program, 2010
  • Squad of the Year, 2008
  • Governor's Award for DWI/DUI Enforcement, 1998
  • National Bar Association Award for Narcotic Enforcement, 1996


“ My main interest in pursuing a law degree is to continue my twenty five year relationship with law after retiring from my first career as a police officer.”

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