Kevin Bianca is the Program Director of the Community Work Service in the Circuit Court for Harford County.
Kevin Bianca has worked in the field of Criminal Justice for 13 years in a wide variety of positions, both in a supervisory and line staff role. He began his career in 2007 working as a Classification Officer for the Harford County Sheriff’s Office in Bel Air, Maryland. During that time, he worked to establish the innovative Behavioral Health Unit in the Detention Center, which was a specialized housing unit that provided intensive treatment and case management to inmates suffering from serious mental illness. In 2012 he was the first person to inaugurate a new position, Community Services Coordinator, in which he was responsible for building a comprehensive Re-entry program that would help inmates leaving the Detention Center break the cycle of recidivism. During his time in the Detention Center he also established and taught a Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training to Correctional Officers to help them successfully de-escalate inmates experiencing a crisis and reduce use of force injuries in the jail.
In 2015 he started his current job working for the Circuit Court for Harford County as Director of the Community Work Service Program. His office is responsible for placing and monitoring all individuals who must complete court ordered community service hours in Harford County. He interacts daily with a diverse population of community members, from defendants to lawyers, to judge and non-profit leaders.
He currently serves as Committee Chair for Scholarships and Awards for the Maryland Criminal Justice Association. He also is the President of the Board of Directors for the Office on Mental Health for Harford County, the Chair for the Maryland Alternative Sanctions Network, and is a board member for the Citizens Advisory Board for the Bel Air Police Department. He is currently working on completing the Institute for Court Management four year program, which is a nationally recognized certification program for the Judiciary. He graduated from Towson University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology.
101 S. Main Street, Suite 105
Bel Air, Maryland 21014