The Precinct 4 Officer of the Month for January is Officer Wilkes-Gantt.
With nearly four times the monthly average, Officer Wilkes-Gantt completed a copious amount of traffic enforcement during the month of January. This included issuing 104 warnings to drivers who were violating traffic laws. He was able to clear 13 serious traffic offenses, with one arrest. Officer Wilkes-Gantt dedicated himself to ensuring a safe driving experience for the motoring public in the Pikesville Precinct, as well as keeping a visual police presence in the area in an effort to deter crime. Officer Wilkes-Gantt proactively completed this astounding amount of traffic enforcement all while still handling regular calls for service in the community, which included an additional arrest for a misdemeanor and locating and serving warrants on three additional wanted subjects.
Officer Wilkes-Gantt has established himself as a dependable and proactive officer. He has volunteered his time in multiple capacities, including working with specialized units to bring his cases to clearance. Congratulations, on a job well done, Officer Wilkes-Gantt!