ANNAPOLIS, MD (AP) – A package of police reform measures has passed the Maryland Senate. The measures include a statewide standard for use of force, expanded use of body cameras, and greater public access to police misconduct records. A repeal of police job protections in a statewide disciplinary process that critics say have shielded authorities from responsibility in police brutality cases also was among the eight separate measures. Police reform has been a top issue for lawmakers in the state. The bills now go to the House of Delegates.