TOWSON, Md. — Baltimore County on Friday unveiled a new public online dashboard that shows three years worth of internal affairs complaints against police officers.
The interactive database includes uses of force and the results of those investigations.
Other information available for viewing, is demographics of officers or civilians involved in the complaints.
“The Baltimore County Police Department continues to expand the resources and data available to the residents of the communities we serve,“ said Baltimore County Police Chief Melissa Hyatt. ”The expansion of this data dashboard will provide greater transparency and serve as another building block towards the advancement of public trust.”
In July, the county released a neighborhood crime database providing citizens with updated violent crime statistics.
Traffic stop data will also be available in the coming days, according to the county.
To view the new dashboard, click here.