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Baltimore City Council members host town hall, express concern about Johns Hopkins police force

November 10, 2022
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Speaking at a virtual town hall Wednesday evening, Baltimore City Council members Odette Ramos, Antonio Glover and Robert Stokes Sr. expressed concerns about the creation of a Johns Hopkins University police force. “I don’t like it. I don’t trust it,” Stokes said. “The process was not transparent.” The town hall, hosted by Ramos and Glover to discuss a memorandum of understanding with the Baltimore Police Department, started with presentations from Johns Hopkins and the city police, similar to town halls hosted by the university in September.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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