The leader of Maryland State Police is going before state lawmakers Thursday to address accusations of racism and discrimination inside the department. The agency told News4 it flat out denies the allegations being made by some of its Black officers. Prince George’s County Bureau Chief Tracee Wilkins spent the past few months investigating officers’ concerns and digging into data that appears to show some disparities between the department’s Black and white officers.
Black Troopers Allege Discrimination in Maryland State Police
February 18, 2021