Baltimore City Council president Bernard C. Jack Young, left, and Police Commissioner Kevin Davis, middle, listed last Wednesday as Deputy Assistant Attorney General Vanita Gupta, right, discussed a Justice Department report on the Baltimore police. The Justice Department and the city agreed to negotiate court-enforceable reforms after the scathing report criticized officers for using excessive force and routinely discriminating against blacks.
Baltimore City Council president Bernard C. Jack Young, left, and Police Commissioner Kevin Davis, middle, listed last Wednesday as Deputy Assistant Attorney General Vanita Gupta, right, discussed a Justice Department report on the Baltimore police. The Justice Department and the city agreed to negotiate court-enforceable reforms after the scathing report criticized officers for using excessive force and routinely discriminating against blacks. Kim Hairston Associated Press
Baltimore City Council president Bernard C. Jack Young, left, and Police Commissioner Kevin Davis, middle, listed last Wednesday as Deputy Assistant Attorney General Vanita Gupta, right, discussed a Justice Department report on the Baltimore police. The Justice Department and the city agreed to negotiate court-enforceable reforms after the scathing report criticized officers for using excessive force and routinely discriminating against blacks. Kim Hairston Associated Press

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