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Video: Baltimore Police Consult New Orleans PD After Justice Department Report

August 24, 2016
Harrison says the NOPD is well on its way to complying with the federal consent decree, and Baltimore Police hope they can do the same. They'll tour the training facility and look at what the NOPD calls better supervision practices and reforms.

Baltimore Police Consult New Orleans PD After Justice Department Report

August 24, 2016
Harrison says the NOPD is well on its way to complying with the federal consent decree, and Baltimore Police hope they can do the same. They'll tour the training facility and look at what the NOPD calls better supervision practices and reforms. More Here.

2 Officers Cleared in Freddie Gray Case to Receive Back Pay

August 23, 2016
Sgt. Alicia White and Officer William Porter will receive $96,855 and $70,523 respectively. They were suspended without pay after being charged with felony manslaughter in the April 2015 death of Freddie Gray.

Baltimore Lieutenant Cleared in Freddie Gray Case to Receive $127K in Back Pay

August 11, 2016
Baltimore police Lt. Brian S. Rice, who was acquitted of manslaughter, misconduct and other charges in the death of Freddie Gray, is set to receive about $127,000 in back pay.

DOJ Mandated Police Reforms Expected to Strain Baltimore Budget

August 11, 2016
Implementing changes is costly. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said other big police departments have spent between $5 million and $10 million a year to impose fixes, and she anticipates a similar bill for Baltimore.

DOJ Issues Report Saying Baltimore PD Violated Rights of Black Residents, Department and Union Respond

August 11, 2016
Gene Ryan, president of Baltimore City FOP Lodge 3, issued a statement saying the department's and the city's leaders should be blamed for the conditions described in the DOJ report and saying pressure from command on street officers to achieve favorable statistics in Compstat led to abuses.

Jury Finds Baltimore Officer Guilty of Assault in Shooting of Unarmed Man

August 4, 2016
A Baltimore police officer faces at least five years in prison after a jury convicted him Thursday of two charges in the shooting of an unarmed burglary suspect

Former Baltimore Police Commissioner Calls Mosby "Incompetent" and "Vindictive"

July 28, 2016
The former police commissioner in charge when Freddie Gray died in custody said State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby is "in over her head" and has added more flaws to a broken justice system by prosecuting innocent officers.

Baltimore Prosecutor Blames Police for Freddie Gray Case Failures

July 28, 2016
Mosby struck a defiant tone. Standing at the intersection where police arrested Gray in April 2015 she railed against police officers whom she accused of kneecapping her office's investigation.

Charges Dropped Against All Officers in Freddie Gray Case

July 27, 2016
Prosecutors dropped all remaining charges against three Baltimore police officers accused in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray in a downtown courtroom on Wednesday morning, concluding one of the most high-profile criminal cases in Baltimore history.

Baltimore Chief Wants State to Relax Restrictions on Past Marijuana Use for Recruits

July 22, 2016
Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis wants to relax a hiring policy for police officers in Maryland that disqualifies applicants for past marijuana use, saying it is "fundamentally inconsistent with where we are as a society" and hurts local hiring efforts.

Despite Acquittals, Prosecution Expected to Continue Freddie Gray Trials of Officers

July 19, 2016
Even though a judge acquitted a third Baltimore officer of charges stemming from the in-custody death of Freddie Gray Monday, prosecutors seem to be willing to try the remaining three cases amid mounting pressure to call it quits.

Baltimore Police Now Requiring Two Officers to Respond to Every Call

July 18, 2016
Following the fatal shooting of three police officers in Baton Rouge, LA, the Baltimore Police Department is requiring - effective immediately – that two officers respond to every call for service in the city.

Judge Acquits Baltimore Lt. of All Charges in Freddie Gray Case

July 18, 2016
Circuit Judge Barry G. Williams acquitted Baltimore Police Lt. Brian Rice of all charges related to Freddie Gray's arrest and death

Gunman Shoots at 4 Baltimore Officers, Dies of Return Fire

July 15, 2016
A gunman with an AR-15-style rifle opened fire on four plainclothes police officers in an unmarked car Thursday night in West Baltimore, police said.

Baltimore Officer Acquitted in Freddie Gray's Death to Receive $87K in Back Pay

July 13, 2016
Officer Caesar Goodson Jr., who was acquitted of second-degree murder and other charges in the death of Freddie Gray, is set to receive $87,000 in back pay.

Video: Gunman Opens Fire on Crowd at Candlelight Vigil in West Baltimore

July 12, 2016
A gunman opened fire minutes into a vigil Monday evening for a homicide victim in West Baltimore, wounding five people.

Gunman Opens Fire on Crowd at Candlelight Vigil in West Baltimore

July 12, 2016
A gunman opened fire minutes into a vigil Monday evening for a homicide victim in West Baltimore, wounding five people. More Here.

Undue Process

July 8, 2016

Unfortunately for Mosby and her team, you can't prove a criminal case with just theories and supposition; you have to have evidence.

Highest Ranking Officer Charged in Freddie Gray Case Chooses Bench Trial

July 5, 2016
Baltimore Police Department Lt. Brian Rice opted for a bench trial, with Circuit Judge Barry G. Williams deciding the outcome.
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