Consent Decree Monitoring Team Releases it’s 2nd semi-annual report on BPD’s progress in its first year under the Consent Decree
(Baltimore, MD) – The Consent Decree Monitoring Team has released its second semi-annual report on the progress of the Baltimore Police Department through the first year of operations under the court-monitored consent decree.
the FULL REPORT is now accessible to the public by clicking this link
The Consent Decree Monitoring Team oversees the implementation of a Consent Decree—a judicially-enforceable agreement—between the City of Baltimore and the United States. The Consent Decree requires the Baltimore City Police Department to adopt a number of specific reforms aimed at ensuring effective, safe, and constitutional policing.
Throughout the investigation and drafting of the consent decree, Baltimore has set the precedent nationwide for its intentional commUNITY- Informed process and continue to not only invite BUT ENCOURAGE residents to
Get Involved Be Involved and STAY INVOLVED
There are two upcoming opportunities to engage in the restructuring of our Police Department and influences changes that will impact all Baltimore City residents directly.
The CD Monitoring Team will be hosting our
Fourth Community Report Forum
Tuesday January 22, 2019
6:00 – 8:00 pm
Edgewood Lyndhurst Recreation Center
835 Allendale Street, 21229
The Quarterly Hearing before Judge Bredar is January 24th, 2019 10 am – 4 pm
US District Court for Maryland
101 W. Lombard Street
The Monitoring Team is committed to engagement, inclusion, transparency, and mindfulness, ensuring that all residents have an equal voice in things that affect our City. If you would like the Monitoring Team at your community meeting/church/rec center/school/senior center/somewhere else, we are willing.
Email us at email@example.com