Policing reform might be possible in Maryland, but it’s still not enough.
Prince George's County has problems with policing — but it can't reform them away.
The officer has been charged with second-degree murder and voluntary and involuntary manslaughter.
The task force will review the department’s operations, including hiring, training and use of force policies.
Thousands have signed onto petitions calling for, among other demands, increased funding for mental health personnel.