Baltimore Ends Officers in Plainclothes After Indictment

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Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis is effectively ending plainclothes policing in Baltimore after the federal indictments of seven officers last week, the Baltimore Sun reports. Known on the streets as "knockers" or "jump-out boys," the officers were most often seen wearing tactical vests, jeans and backwards hats as they prowled the city for guns and drugs. Davis said they have . . .

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