Tag: Baltimore police
Opinion: Healing must start now; support the good ...
By Maryland Reporter | July 8, 2016 | Commentary | 1 |
State Roundup, January 28, 2020
by Cynthia Prairie | January 28, 2020 | State Roundup | 0 |
Senate panel grills new nominees, three returnees to scandal-embattled UMMS board; new bill would push state into creating MARC commuter routes into N. Virginia; Prince George’s State’s Attorney outlines changes in attitude toward pot possession, approaches to prosecution; AARP blankets Annapolis over aging issues; Sen. Jennings says Preakness must stay in Baltimore; bill would allow some jurisdictions to set up commissions to address climate change; developers ask BPW to review contract over Maryland Insurance Commission offices; Gov. Hogan names Chanel Branch to replace former Del. Glenn; Baltimore’s Airbnbs generated $20 million in revenue in 2019; and first Marylander tested for coronavirus.Read More
Baltimore Police representatives say officers are warming to consent decree
by Bryan Renbaum | January 27, 2020 | News | 0 |
Representatives of the Baltimore Police Department on Monday told members of a state panel charged with review and oversight of relations between police and the communities they serve that officer tensions over a consent decree implemented in 2017 and other departmental changes have begun to dissipate.Read More
Opinion: Healing must start now; support the good cops; punish the few bad apples
by Maryland Reporter | July 8, 2016 | Commentary | 1 |
We cannot allow these deplorable acts to define our relationship with the men and women charged to protect us, writes Del. Cheryl Glenn, chair of the Legislative Black Caucus.. The vast majority of law enforcement officers are good cops – a few bad apples, a few disconnected officers, do not define all police everywhere.Read More
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