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Paving the path to a more equitable future in community policing

Updated: Jul 20, 2020

District 4 Councilman Julian Jones has put together a new bill, calling for comprehensive changes to the county’s police department.

The bill includes things like prohibiting choke holds, requiring certain deescalation techniques before use of force and requiring an officer to intervene and report when another officers uses unnecessary or excessive force.

Police Reform Bill 73-20 will be voted on August 3rd at 6pm


Support Police Reform by emailing your councilman or councilwoman!

Example:

Greetings Councilman Todd K. Crandell

I am a resident of Baltimore County District 7. I support Bill 73-20 because the policies and actions of the police are instrumental in deciding who gets stopped, searched, arrested, and funneled into the criminal justice system; indeed, the United States’ over-incarceration crisis begins at the front end of the system. I urge you to vote in favor of this legislation.


Councilman Tom Quirk

Email: council1@baltimorecountymd.gov

District Office#: 410-887-0896

Towson Office#: 410-887-3386 


Councilwoman Cathy Bevins

Email: council6@baltimorecountymd.gov

Towson Office#: 410-887-3388


Councilman Todd K. Crandell

Email:council7@baltimorecountymd.gov

Towson Office#: 410-887-3383


Councilman David Marks

Email: council5@baltimorecountymd.gov

Towson Office#: 410-887-3384


Councilman Wade Kach

Email: council3@baltimorecountymd.gov

Towson Office#: 410-887-3387


(2.) Spreading the bill information among-st friends and family to further inform of our Police Reform efforts.


(3.) Register to testify both at the Work Session on July 28th at 4:00PM and the Legislative Session on August 3rd at 6:00PM.


***(Once our Council Administrator staff have finalized the instructions for registration, I will make sure to forward you'll that information)***

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