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The Maryland General Assembly passed sweeping policing reforms. Here’s what goes into effect first.

Soon, when someone dies at the hands of police in Maryland, a new team of independent investigators will show up at the scene and sort out what happened. And when misconduct complaints are made against officers, they will be public. The changes are part of the sweeping police reform laws passed by the Maryland General Assembly earlier this year that begin to go into effect Oct. 1.

Source: The Baltimore Sun Politics Section State of Maryland

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