Nearly two years after Freddie Gray's death in police custody led to protests, Baltimore and the US Justice Department agreed to terms Thursday on sweeping police reforms that include cameras in all police transport vans.
The 227-page consent decree comes after the Justice Department monitored Baltimore's policing methods for more than a year after the 2015 death of Gray, who suffered a fatal injury while being transported in a police van.
"We now require cameras in those vans," Mayor Catherine Pugh said.
"We want to make sure that individuals are transported singularly and that they're strapped into those vans correctly and that people are not harmed in that process."
But the troubled police department's problems went beyond its transport of prisoners.
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