Judge: Baltimore is ‘ground zero’ for police reforms

The Baltimore Police Department might finally be on its way toward implementing reforms required under an agreement it reached with the federal government to end unconstitutionally excessive tactics, the federal judge overseeing the three-year old accord said Thursday. Chief U.S. District Judge James K. Bredar said the BPD still has a long way to go to be in substantial compliance with the consent decree the city signed with the U.S. Justice Department, which he approved in April 2017. (Daily Record)

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