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Criminal misconduct within the Baltimore Police Department dominates the reasons for terminations. - Baltimore Sun

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Criminal misconduct within the Baltimore Police Department dominates the reasons for terminations. - Baltimore Sun: Some reasons for other forced separations include insubordination, narcotics violations, domestic violence, unsatisfactory performance, "multiple DUIs," and being absent without leave. Twelve of the separations don't specify the charges officers faced. Maryland law prevents employee names from being released.

Of the 72 separations, 26 are listed as terminations. Twelve show "retired in lieu of termination." If the remaining 46 employees who resigned or retired fought the charges, the department would have had to win a conviction at a trial board.


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