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Baltimore County will let police first review requested disciplinary records and challenge their release, worrying Anton’s Law advocates

November 17, 2022

Under new Baltimore County Police policies, officers whose disciplinary records are requested under the Maryland Public Information Act as well as the union representing police will be notified of such requests within two business days. The officer and a designated representative — an attorney or member of the Fraternal Order of Police lodge, for example — will then be permitted to review the documents five days before they are released to the requester.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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