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Frederick H. Bealefeld III Baltimore Police Department Year of service 1981-Present Rank Sworn in as an Officer - 1981 - Sergeant - 1987 - Lieutenant - 2000 - Major - 2003 - Lieutenant Colonel - 2005 - Colonel - 2006 - Deputy Commissioner - 2007 - Commissioner - 2007 Frederick H. Bealefeld III is the current police commissioner of the Baltimore Police Department.[1] Biography Bealefeld grew up in Pasadena, Maryland, attended Chesapeake High School and joined the department in 1981.[2] Bealefeld previously held the positions of a foot patrolman in the Western District until 1987, a Sergeant in the Southwestern District and the Homicide Unit of the Criminal Investigations Division until 2000, a Lieutenant in the Eastern District and Criminal Investigation Division until 2003, a Major in the Southern District until 2005 and the ranks of Lieutenant Colonel, Colonel, Deputy Commissioner and Commissioner between the years of 2005 and 2007 .[3] Bealefeld's brother is a detective in the homicide unit, and his grandfather, great-grandfather and great uncles were on the force.[4] Under Bealefeld's appointment to Police Commissioner by Mayor Sheila Dixon, the city of Baltimore is currently experiencing its lowest homicide rate in two decades.[5] Commissioner Bealefield addresses the Baltimore City House Delegation in 2009 Preceded by Leonard Hamm Baltimore Police Department Commissioner 2007-Present Succeeded by None References ^ Baltimore Sun "Bealefeld urges more effort to fight violent crime". http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/local/crime/bal-md.ci.bealefeld19nov19,0,6027326.story.  ^ Maryland Gazette "Chesapeake grad becomes city police commissioner". http://www.hometownannapolis.com/vault/cgi-bin/gazette/view/2007G/08/18-03.HTM.  ^ "The Police Commissioner". http://www.baltimorepolice.org/about-us/officers/police-commissioner.  ^ Maryland Gazette "Chesapeake grad becomes city police commissioner". http://www.hometownannapolis.com/vault/cgi-bin/gazette/view/2007G/08/18-03.HTM.  ^ Baltimore Sun "Inquiry threatens Dixon's momentum". http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/local/baltimore_city/bal-side0617,0,2540076.story?page=1.  Persondata Name Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death