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Guidelines proposed by Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frost call on law enforcement agencies to not "consider race, ethnicity, gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability or gender identity to any degree during routine police operations." (File photo)

Frosh issues guidance to end racial profiling by police (access required)

Maryland could become the first state in the nation to have law enforcement agencies adopt a series of guidelines aimed at eliminating racial profiling by police officers. The guidelines proposed by Attorney General Brian E. Frosh are based on federal guidelines drafted by the U.S. Department of Justice in December. “Police do a dangerous, difficult job and ...