Acting Police Commissioner Rich Worley is a Baltimore native, but not currently a city resident, the 11 News I-Team has learned. City code requires the commissioner to eventually become a city resident, but that's also where things get complicated. City code states that any commissioner is required to sign a declaration of intent to become a city resident before he or she is appointed by the mayor. A representative for Mayor Brandon Scott told the I-Team that the city code does not apply to Worley right now because he was only appointed acting commissioner, not appointed commissioner. Baltimore City Council President Nick Mosby told the I-Team that explanation doesn't make sense. Mosby told the I-Team that "appointed and confirmed are the only two designations."