The Police Reform Bill (House Bill 1016) became a law in the State of Maryland on October 1, 2016. The Police Reform Bill is intended to increase the accountability and the transparency of law enforcement agencies within the State of Maryland. A portion of The Police Reform Bill requires that a law enforcement agency post its departmental policies, complaint processes, and collective bargaining agreements on the Maryland Police Training and Standards Commission (MPTSC) website.
The MPTSC website containing an on-line listing of all the Maryland law enforcement agencies can be found by visiting: http://mdle.net/agencies.htm
To obtain Montgomery County Police Department information directly, go to the following links:
- For Departmental Policies:
- For Complaint Processes:
- For Collective Bargaining Agreements: