When Ed Jackson was sworn in as Annapolis police chief in July 2019 after acting as Inspector General of Baltimore police, one of his first orders of duty was to inspect every unit of his new department. Jackson set out to improve relationships between police and communities by holding his own department accountable. And in the process, the department found an officer they believe “failed to do what he was sworn to do,” Jackson said.
Annapolis police chief: Internal audit caught uninvestigated sexual assault cases, officer ‘trying to cover his tracks’
February 5, 2021