Baltimore Mayor Seeks 11 Changes To Weaken Police Bill Of Rights

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Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is calling for 11 changes to Maryland’s Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights, which critics say is too protective of officers accused of wrongdoing, the Baltimore Sun reports. Nine of the changes were recommended by Maryland’s police chiefs and sheriffs. The mayor called them “common sense.” State law now says disciplinary
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