Justice Dept. report likely to mean years of costly reforms for Baltimore police
Angel Selah (L) and local artist PFK Boom gather to remember Freddie Gray and all victims of police violence during a rally outside city hall in Baltimore, Maryland, on July 27, 2016. (Reuters/Bryan Woolston)

BALTIMORE — The conclusion by the Justice Department that the Baltimore Police Department routinely violated people's civil rights is expected to launch a reform process that is likely to take years and cost tens of millions of dollars. Dozens of similar reviews around the country suggest a road map for the city. In some cases, senior…