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Racially Diverse Police Force A Top Priority Says Official

July 6th, 2015 by WCBC Radio

In February, Governor Larry Hogan Tuesday announced longtime member of the Maryland State Police William Pallozzi as his appointee for superintendent of the department. Just a few months later Baltimore City was rocked by rioting and looting after a young man died while in custody of city police. Those six officers, three black and three white, have been charged with murder. While a city incident, the rioting saw a response from all levels of law enforcement statewide. Commander Pallozzi says that working toward a racially diverse police force is a top priority…


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