Current relevant statutes, regulations, legislation

This page lists various adopted state regulations, and enacted or proposed state legislation with a bearing on model legislation proposals supported by MCCRC or other proposals we support or oppose (see “Lobbying” main page and year).

Maryland statutes (numeric order; as of 2017)

  • 3-101 to 113: Maryland Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights
    • 3-101: Definitions; 3-102: Effect of subtitle; 3-103: Rights of law enforcement officers generally; 3-104: Investigation or interrogation of law enforcement officer; 3-105: Application for show cause order; 3-106: Limitation on administrative charges; 3-107: Hearing by hearing board; 3-108: Disposition of administrative action; 3-109: Judicial review; 3-110: Expungement of record of formal complaint; 3-111: Summary punishment; 3-112: Emergency suspension; 3-113: False statement, report, or complaint
  • 3-201 to 218: Police Training and Standards Commission
    • 3-201: Definitions; 3-202: Established; 3-203 – Membership; 3-204 – Officers; 3-205 – Quorum; meetings; compensation; records; 3-206 – Staff; 3-207 – General powers and duties of Commission; 3-208 – Regulations; 3-209 – Certification of police officers; 3-209.1 – State and national criminal history records check; 3-210 – Lapse of certification — In general; 3-211 – Lapse of certification — Failure to meet standards; 3-212 – Suspensions and revocations of certification; hearings; judicial review; 3-213 – Recall of certificate; 3-214 – Recertification after revoked certification; 3-215 – Appointment of police officers, police supervisors, and police administrators; 3-216 – Employment of individual without certification prohibited; 3-217 – Acting as police officer with lapsed, suspended, or revoked certificate prohibited; 3-218 – Effect of subtitle
  • 3-501 to 515: Miscellaneous provisions
    • 3-515: Police department policies, bargaining agreements, and complaint procedures to be public; 3-517: community policing program to be public
  • 3-701: Law enforcement actions involving First Amendment activities (as doc)

Maryland legislation (most recent first)
In principle, any item below may have been superseded by later legislation, so consult the affected statutes for the current enacted law.

  • HB0739 (2017): Public Safety – SWAT Teams – Standards (2017)
  • HB1016 (2016): Public Safety and Policing Workgroup – Recommendations (2016) (aka LEOBOR reform)
  • HB1236 (2011): Law Enforcement Officers – Racial Profiling – Prohibited (2011)
  • SB14 (2011): Race-Based Traffic Stops – Reporting Requirements
  • SB447 (2009): SWAT team reporting
  • SB256 (2009): Freedom of Association and Assembly Act

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