Interim Commissioner Kevin Davis confirmed Thursday that two top officials have left the Baltimore Police Department.
Acting Deputy Commissioner Garnell Green, who was overseeing the "Professional Standards and Accountability" bureau of the agency, has retired, Davis said.
Green was with the agency for 26 years and in recent years had overseen the homicide unit and the Office of Internal Oversight, which included the unit that investigates police-involved shootings and serious uses of force.
"He served for 26 years - he had a stellar career. I personally appreciate his service to the Police Department and the city of Baltimore," Davis said.
Green, who could not be reached for comment Thursday, had ascended to his most recent position when Jerry Rodriguez, a California police veteran recruited by Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts, left the agency in late April. Green's replacement was not immediately announced.
Agency officials said Green's retirement will be effective Sept. 2.
Also gone from the agency is Tom Moore, who was hired to serve as the "chief financial officer" of the agency overseeing the management services division. Davis would not comment further on Moore's departure.