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On the Watch, Part 8: Will New Policies and Alerts at the Baltimore Police Department Bring Changes?
Last week, a Baltimore judge found Officer Edward Nero not guilty of reckless endangerment, among other charges, in the death last year of Freddie Gray. Nero's attorneys said he wasn't aware of an updated policy that required prisoners to be seat belted when he helped put Gray in a transport van, handcuffed, with shackles, and no seatbelt. According to the medical examiner, Gray died from injuries suffered in the back of the van.