Frosh seeks standards on police force, no-knocks, weapons

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh on Tuesday called for a statewide standard on the use of police force, sharp limits on the use of no-knock warrants, a ban on police use of military weapons and the creation of a database of police misconduct to ensure bad Maryland officers cannot hide from their past. Frosh issued ...

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