NOTE: In August 2021, the ACLU posted an updated report that clarifies how complaints are defined and calculated; lists officers involved in the highest number of incidents that resulted in complaints against them; and reflects officers who have not yet been identified from this analysis.January 19, 2021 Police Practices Racial Justice Due Process
Diversion programs, also commonly referred to as alternative sanctions, are programs intended to help people charged with certain offenses avoid jail time, convictions, and associated costs.October 11, 2016 Immigrants' Rights Police Practices
A family man who has lived in the United States for three decades, has lawful permanent resident and U.S. citizen family members, and a wife and daughter with significant medical needs, and whose only conviction was a theft offense for which he served no time in jail.
The Baltimore Police Union Contract And The Law Enforcement Officers’s Bill Of Rights: Impediments To Accountability
The recent tragic death of Freddie Gray while in the custody of Baltimore police officers has raised serious questions about the circumstances of his death and the practices of Baltimore officers in dealing with members of the public. This tragedy has created an opportunity for reform.May 26, 2015 Open Government Police Practices
Between 2010 and 2014, at least 109 people died in police encounters in Maryland, according to a briefing paper produced by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Maryland. These deaths were dispersed throughout 18 different jurisdictions across the state. Other key findings in the briefiMarch 18, 2015 Police Practices Open Government