At the close of 2020, the Massachusetts Legislature passed, and Governor Charlie Baker signed, a bill entitled “An Act Relative to Justice, Equity and Accountability in Law Enforcement in the Commonwealth.” This so-called police reform legislation promises to usher in a broad range of profound changes to Massachusetts policing at a number of levels.
On April 5, 2021, a distinguished set of panelists will be discussing the new legislation and offer thoughts on what the legislation does and what it could mean for law enforcement in Massachusetts going forward. In addition to RJA Attorney Andy Gambaccini, the panel will include: Supreme Judicial Court Justice Geraldine Hines (Ret.); State Senator and Chair of the Joint Committee on the Judiciary William Brownsberger; and Chelsea Police Chief Brian Kyes. The panel will be chaired by noted civil rights attorney Howard Friedman.
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