Police reform took a big step forward last week when Attorney General Healey and Governor Baker came together to appoint the members of the new Police Office Standards and Training Commission
A new, entirely independent state agency with significant authority and powers of oversight over law enforcement officers and agencies in the Commonwealth.
The Police Reform Bill makes significant changes to the relationship of police and schools.
Shortly, the Governor will decide whether to approve a major policing reform package. If he approves it, it will make a real difference in policing in Massachusetts.
New training mandates in the Police Reform Bill.
State Police reform provisions in An Act relative to justice, equity, and accountability in law enforcement in the Commonwealth.