Bill could make Maryland police discipline records public

The general public would have access to a police officer’s disciplinary record in some cases under a bill in the General Assembly in Maryland.

State transportation agency advocates for self-driving car legislation

The state’s Motor Vehicle Administration is advocating legislation that would transfer regulatory power of self-driving cars to the agency and the state police, saying the change may improve safety on Maryland roads and reduce human error.

Baltimore State’s Attorney seeks changes for investigations into police misconduct

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced sweeping reforms for the way police are prosecuted for misconduct, but she didn’t fill in some organizations who are supposed to be collaborating.

SAYING FAREWELL: Remembering Fallen Prince George’s Officer Jacai Colson

Family and friends are remembering fallen Officer Jacai Colson of Prince George’s County after he died in a friendly fire.

Maryland’s ACLU Advocates for Police Accountability Legislation

Before the House of Delegate’s Judiciary Committee heard testimony on police reform legislation, the ACLU and local activists met to support tougher policy.