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(a) If the University establishes a police department under this subtitle, on or before October 1 each year, the University shall report for the previous fiscal year:
(1) The total number of University police officers employed by the University;
(2) The following information relating to individuals who applied to join the University police department workforce:
(i) The total number of individuals who applied, reported by county, state, and zip code of residence;
(ii) The total number of individuals who were hired as members of the workforce, reported by county, state, and zip code of residence;
(iii) The number of applicants, reported by county, state, and zip code of residence, who were disqualified during the application process for failing to meet the certification requirements of the Maryland Police Training and Standards Commission;
(iv) The number of applicants, reported by county, state, and zip code of residence, who were disqualified by failing an assessment that evaluates an applicant based on the standards adopted under § 24-1203(a)(2) of this subtitle; and
(v) The number of Baltimore City residents, reported by zip code of residence, who were hired as members of the workforce;
(3) The following information, reported by county, state, and zip code of residence, for the Johns Hopkins University Campus Security workforce:
(i) The number of applicants to the workforce; and
(ii) The number of individuals hired to the workforce;
(4) The amount of funds used to maintain the police department;
(5) The total number of crimes that resulted in a University police officer arresting an individual;
(6) The types of crimes that resulted in a University police officer arresting an individual;
(7) The total number of traffic stops;
(8)(i) The number, type, and disposition of complaints filed against University police officers; and
(ii) The number and type of individuals who filed complaints, including whether the individual who filed the complaint was a student, a faculty member, a staff member, or an individual unaffiliated with the University;
(9) A description of the complaint review process the University uses to review a complaint filed against a University police officer;
(10) The number of officers disciplined, including the type of discipline administered;
(11) The number of University police officer-involved shootings, line-of-duty deaths, and in-custody deaths;
(12) A description of the number of community outreach events by the police department; and
(13) A list of any surveillance technologies used by the police department.
(b) The information required under subsection (a) of this section shall be:
(1) Disaggregated by race, ethnicity, gender, age, and, when applicable, officer rank; and
(2) Reported in a manner, consistent with federal law, that protects the confidentiality of the individual who filed the complaint to the extent possible.
(c) The University shall report the information specified in subsection (a) of this section to:
(1) The Mayor of Baltimore City;
(2) The Baltimore City Council;
(3) In accordance with § 2-1257 of the State Government Article, the General Assembly; and
(4) The Accountability Board.
(d) The University shall submit all incident reports to the Baltimore Police Department using the standard reporting policies and systems of the Baltimore Police Department.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Maryland Code, Education § 24-1208 - last updated December 31, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/md/education/md-code-educ-sect-24-1208.html
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