Baltimore Police Department Releases Updated “Do Not Call” List

The Baltimore Police Department has released an updated version of its “Do Not Call” list to hold officers accountable for their actions. The list, which was first introduced in 2017, includes the names of officers found to have engaged in misconduct or other unethical behavior.

According to Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison, the updated list includes 25 officers who have been identified as having engaged in serious misconduct. These officers will no longer be allowed to testify in court, and their credibility will be questioned if they are ever called to do so.

The updated list comes amid ongoing concerns about police accountability and transparency in Baltimore. The city has been rocked by a series of high-profile cases of police misconduct in recent years, including the death of Freddie Gray in 2015.

Commissioner Harrison said that releasing the updated list is an important step towards rebuilding trust between the police department and the community it serves.

“We are committed to holding our officers accountable for their actions, and releasing this updated ‘Do Not Call’ list is just one example of that commitment,” he said.

Community Leaders Respond to Release of Updated “Do Not Call” List

Community leaders in Baltimore have responded positively to the release of the updated “Do Not Call” list by the city’s police department. Many see it as a step towards greater police accountability and transparency.

Rev. Dr. Heber Brown III, a prominent activist and pastor in Baltimore, said that releasing the updated list is a “small but significant victory” for the community.

“This is a step in the right direction, but we still have a long way to go,” he said. “We need to continue to hold our police department accountable and demand transparency.”

Other community leaders echoed Rev. Brown’s sentiments, calling for more action from the police department to address issues of police misconduct and brutality.

The release of the updated “Do Not Call” list is just one of many steps that the Baltimore Police Department is taking to address these issues. The department has also implemented new training programs and policies to improve officer conduct and build community trust.

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