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.
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.
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 […]
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 […]