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The suit was originally filed in December The report also explored a series of uninvestigated complaints filed by public officials and civilians, most of which are heavily redacted.

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Six and a half paragraphs detailing the investigation are redacted. According to the report, no officers faced charges or disciplinary measures following the investigation.

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Graham also determined that instances where charges of racism were substantiated often had ineffective repercussions. The report also found that Black and Brown officers are more often subject to investigations — facing charges, being found guilty, being subjected to disciplinary measures and are more prone to being fired. They also often face retaliation for filing complaints in the form of counter-complaints or departmental transfers. Adrian Crudup is familiar with these practices.

Crudup served in the department for 13 years — and during two of those years he said he was the only Black person in his eight-officer squad. Two years later, he learned that the white officer he had filed a complaint against filed charges against him in revenge.

The charges were dropped.

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Joe Perez, president of the Hispanic National Law Enforcement Association — the organization that has brought the lawsuit. Perez stated that while Stawinski was in command, the department lost its Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement certification, which nationally accredits police departments for deploying best-practices.

Last week, the now-departed police chief appeared on a town hall with Dels. Nine officials were involved in these incidents. Reportedly, only one of the officers involved faced criminal charges. He was black. During the same town hall last week, Stawinski said that the entire department had been through implicit bias training. Neill Franklin, a retired Baltimore City Police major and executive director of the Law Enforcement Action Partnership, a group for law enforcement officers supporting criminal justice reforms, said that what happens within a police department bleeds into the community that it serves.

The report in question is largely redacted. She said that the department has the ability to remove the deation. Deborah Jeon, legal director of the ACLU of Maryland, alleged that some police commanders, in conjunction with the Fraternal Order of Police, have been urging white officers to destroy existing investigation records to conceal additional police abuse from publication.

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