June 19, 2013 | by Steve Charing
Police Advisory Council formed
Baltimore City Police, gay news, Washington Blade

Baltimore City Police vehicle (Photo by Artondra Hall)

A new 10-member advisory council was announced June 14 consisting of advocates within the LGBT community and members of the Baltimore City Police Department including Commissioner Anthony H. Batts. Its mission is to seek ways to improve the relationship between the LGBT community and the police.

“We will work hard with other committee members to collect best practices from around the country, to develop training curricula, and review hate crime investigation procedures, among other things,” Aaron Merki, executive director of Baltimore-based FreeState Legal and one of the council’s co-chairs told the Blade.

2 Comments
  • Let’s hope Commissioner Batts does not consult with DC’s Chief Lanier, or Baltimore’s LGBTs could be the folks getting “set up.”

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