Baltimore’s acting police commissioner, Darryl De Sousa, is thinking about placing plain-clothed officers back out on the streets to search for guns and drugs.
“There’s an emphasis to safeguard the community, there’s an emphasis to reduce the violent crime in Baltimore city, and it’s my vision and it’s my goal to do that in an expedited fashion,” he said.
The department stopped all plainclothes units last year after some officers in the Gun Trace Task Force were indicted on federal charges.
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