Public Police Discipline Bill Passes Judiciary Committee
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A bill that would make public serious police disciplinary records has passed the House Judiciary Committee.

State Rep. Paul Berch, D-Westmoreland, a retired public defender who sponsored the measure, said House Bill 153 passed Tuesday on a vote of 16-3.

It now goes to the full House of Representatives for a vote. Find the latest redacted Laurie List of police officers who have been disciplined for dishonesty or excessive forceĀ here. It was updated on Nov. 29, 2018.

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