Why the future of police trial boards in Baltimore is not in a judge’s hands

Several police reforms proposed in the U.S. Department of Justice consent decree with Baltimore city, including civilian participation in disciplinary proceedings, will depend not on a judge’s ruling but rather the outcome of contract negotiations between the police union and the city. The collective bargaining agreement between the Fraternal Order of Police’s Baltimore lodge and the ...

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