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Tag Archives: Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights

Md. Senate passes police reform proposals; attention shifts to House (access required)

The Maryland Senate on Wednesday passed police reform proposals to curtail excessive force, limit no-knock warrants, prevent departments from acquiring military equipment, mandate body cameras, make the police disciplinary process transparent and uniform and empower the state prosecutor to investigate ...

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Lawmakers eye changes to police ‘bill of rights,’ cite need for oversight (access required)

The General Assembly appears poised this coming session to sharply alter – if not outright repeal – a 46-year-old law governing how police departments discipline wayward officers, amid criticism that the procedures are too protective of them and largely shielded ...

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