Criticized Md. County Agrees On Police Reforms

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Prince George’s County, Md., a major suburb adjoining Washington, D.C., agreed yesterday to make changes in its police department to curb excessive force by officers and restrict the use of police dogs, the Washington Post reports. Two agreements culminated lengthy Justice Department investigations that found systemic abuses. The county promised to take numerous steps to
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