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Baltimore County to use auxiliary police to aid code enforcement

Baltimore County to use auxiliary police to aid code enforcement

Volunteer auxiliary police officers in Baltimore County will help inspectors with code enforcement duties under legislation approved Monday night by the County Council.

Council members voted unanimously to create a one-year pilot program that will allow auxiliary officers to assist with tasks such as checking problem properties and looking for potential violations.

The pilot will be conducted in the eastern part of the county, including in Dundalk, Essex and Middle River.

The county Police Department has about 65 auxiliary officers — trained civilian volunteers who ordinarily help provide crowd control at public events, direct traffic, issue parking citations, help...

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