Baltimore Police Officer Brandon Chambers is a 9 year veteran with the department. He has won Officer of the Year in 2018 and 2019 for the entire Baltimore Police Department.
Officer Chambers is now in the Neighborhood Services Unit which is focused on Community Policing. Before moving to this unit, Officer Chambers fed the homeless each week he was paid. In addition, he would go to the Burger King and buy 40 cheeseburgers and hand them out at The Healthcare Center (A homeless shelter) and enjoy lunch with the homeless people before moving to the Neighborhood Services Unit.
Officer Chambers is also a professional boxer with a record of three wins and no losses. He is signed to Jeter Promotions. Officer Chambers is a role model in the community. He and fellow officers from the department just brought cake and balloons to a young boy who was sad that he could not enjoy his birthday because of the covid-19 pandemic.
These officers, have along with Officer Chambers made this kids day by giving him a special birthday. Kids see Officer Chambers as a superhero he is a cop by day and their favorite boxer at night.
Jeter Promotions is owned by fellow Baltimore Police Officer Tony Jeter and his wife of 11 years. Jeter is a former world rated boxer who fought for the WBC Silver Title in 2015 and had a professional record of 20-5. Jeter is a father of three girls and a mentor to many amateur boxers in the Maryland/ DC/Virginia.