Baltimore's police commissioner says he remains committed to an effort to discipline officers for the treatment of Freddie Gray, a black man who died in police custody.
Commissioner Kevin Davis issued a statement Tuesday after an administrative board found Officer Caesar Goodson didn't violate department policies while driving Gray to a police station in 2015. Gray died a week later from injuries suffered during the journey, touching off days of protests and rioting.
Davis says he remains committed to a process to discipline officers under state law. He notes that two other officers still face administrative charges, and says "we will stay the course for the remainder of this process."
Davis also says the department "will continue to make improvements within our organization to meet the expectations of constitutional policing demanded by our community."
Following an investigation by the U.S. Justice Department, the police department is under a court order to reform its practices.