The death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore put a microscope on law enforcement protocol in Maryland. The General Assembly’s Public Safety and Policing Work Group is taking time between sessions to analyze everything from hiring and training to updating the state’s Law Enforcement Bill of Rights. We talk about the panel’s progress and how these discussions in Annapolis will have an impact on communities across the state.


  • David Rocah Staff Attorney, American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland
  • Catherine Pugh Member, Maryland State Senate (D-Baltimore City); Co-Chair, Public Safety and Policing Work Group

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