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law enforcement officers bill of rights

Apr 5, 2016

Md. police reform bill takes late hit

At issue was a requirement desired by some Baltimore City legislators that would mandate the addition of two civilians be placed on a panel that reviews brutality complaints against officers.

Feb 29, 2016

Md. appeals court OKs video recording of police internal affairs interviews

A Montgomery County police department order that internal investigation interviews be videotaped does not violate the Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights, the Court of Special Appeals has held.

Jan 11, 2016

Maryland panel makes police accountability recommendations

ANNAPOLIS — A Maryland panel voted Monday to extend the time residents can file a complaint against law enforcement officers from 90 days to a year and a day. The recommendation is one of about 20 being made to state lawmakers. The panel was created by legislative leaders in May after the Baltimore riots that […]

Aug 21, 2015

Legislative panel eyes changes to police bill of rights

A legislative panel is expected Monday to consider changes to a set of legal protections for police officers that could make the police department discipline process more public. The 20-member Public Safety and Policing Work Group, led by Del. Curt Anderson, D-Baltimore City, and Sen. Catherine E. Pugh, D-Baltimore City, is scheduled to meet Monday […]

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