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2 Baltimore Officers Accept Discipline in Freddie Gray Case

October 10, 2017
Two Baltimore police officers have accepted "minor disciplinary action" for their involvement in the 2015 arrest of Freddie Gray rather than argue their cases before departmental trial boards, as they had been scheduled to do, a police union attorney confirmed Tuesday.

Judge Appoints Baltimore Consent Decree Monitor

October 3, 2017
A federal judge has appointed Kenneth Thompson, an attorney at the Baltimore-based law firm Venable, as monitor of the sweeping consent decree mandating local police reforms between Baltimore and the U.S. Department of Justice.

No Federal Charges Against Officers in Freddie Gray Death, Says Report

September 12, 2017
Federal prosecutors will not charge any of the Baltimore officers involved with the death of Freddie Gray, according to a report.

Baltimore PD Rebuilds Operations Units, Redeploys More Than 150 Officers

July 26, 2017
After dismantling special operations units throughout the Baltimore Police Department four months ago, Commissioner Kevin Davis has reassigned more than 150 police officers and supervisors back onto similar teams.

MD Governor Seeks 'Any Kind Of Possible Solutions' to Baltimore Violence

July 6, 2017
With homicides in Baltimore occurring at a historic rate, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday he will meet with Mayor Catherine Pugh to discuss how the state could help.

Video: MD Officers Exchange Fire with Gunman on Bus

June 29, 2017
Stunning new video captures a deadly shootout between a Baltimore County police officer and a suspect with a gun on a city bus on June 7. Investigators have cleared the officers involved, calling it a “justified shooting”.

Baltimore Speed Cameras Return Under Stricter Laws

June 26, 2017
The city will operate 10 portable speed cameras near schools throughout the city, the first step in Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's plan to launch a network that eventually will include 20 speed cameras, 10 red light cameras, and a system designed to enforce a prohibition on trucks using certain streets.

Baltimore Businesses Destroyed During Riots Sue City Officials for Failing to Prevent Violence

June 22, 2017
Dozens of Baltimore business owners are suing city officials, including the police department and former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, saying they mishandled the city's response to the rioting in 2015.

Baltimore Officers Put on 12-Hour Shifts Effective Immediately

June 13, 2017
Effective immediately, all patrol officers and detectives will be required to work 12-hour shifts, rather than their standard 10-hour shifts, and every sworn officer in the department capable of being deployed will be deployed.

More Than 2 Dozen Teams Apply to Serve as Monitor of Baltimore Police Consent Decree

June 9, 2017
More than two dozen teams have applied to serve as the independent monitor overseeing police reforms in Baltimore under the consent decree between the city and the U.S. Department of Justice.

5 Baltimore Officers Facing Discipline Over Freddie Gray Incident, 3 Could be Fired

May 22, 2017
The three who face firing are Officer Caesar Goodson, who was driving the van where an autopsy determined Gray suffered fatal injuries; Lt. Brian Rice and Sgt. Alicia White, according to sources with knowledge of the case.

Man Gets Life for Shooting Baltimore Sergeant

May 15, 2017
A Baltimore judge on Monday sentenced Gregg Thomas to life plus 35 years behind bars — the maximum sentence allowed — for the 2014 shooting of Sgt. Keith Mcneill, concluding a years-long court battle that included four trials.

Baltimore Homicide Detectives to Begin Investigating Drug Overdoses

May 3, 2017
For the first time, Baltimore police have begun investigating overdoses in an effort to trace drugs back to dealers, joining a wave of Maryland law enforcement agencies showing up at 911 calls previously left to medics.

ATF's Ballistics Van to Help Baltimore as Murder Rate Increases

May 3, 2017
Baltimore has experienced its highest murder rate in history through the first four months of 2017—but authorities there are now receiving federal help in the form of a mobile gun-tracking van from the ATF.

DOJ Has 'Grave Concerns' About Baltimore Police Overhaul Proposal

April 6, 2017
An attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice said in federal court in Baltimore on Thursday that the department has "grave concerns" about its proposed consent decree with the city and whether it will improve public safety, and needs more time to assess it.

Video: Baltimore PD Releases Only Partial Body Cam Video

March 29, 2017
Baltimore police allowed the media to see police body camera video of the fatal shooting of a hostage suspect. Only a portion of the video is being released publicly Tuesday because police don't want to further traumatize the two children who police said were held at knifepoint by Reno Owens Jr. on Friday.

Baltimore PD Releases Only Partial Body Cam Video of Fatal OIS

March 29, 2017
Baltimore police allowed the media to see police body camera video of the fatal shooting of a hostage suspect. Only a portion of the video is being released publicly Tuesday because police don't want to further traumatize the two children who police said were held at knifepoint by Reno Owens Jr. on Friday. More Here.

Baltimore Sends 46 Plainclothes Officers to Patrol in Wake of Racketeering Indictments

March 8, 2017
The Baltimore Police Department has disbanded its primary plainclothes enforcement unit, sending 46 officers to patrol in the continued fallout from the federal racketeering indictment of a high-profile gun squad.

Baltimore Officer Charged in Racketeering Case, New Accusations Raised

March 7, 2017
A federal judge rejected a proposed home detention and monitoring program for one of the seven Baltimore Police officers charged in a racketeering indictment, saying he could not trust the officer to abide by any conditions.

Baltimore Officers Arrest Man with Antique Handgun at Traffic Stop

March 6, 2017
The Baltimore Police Department reports on Facebook that its officers arrested a man with a loaded antique firearm or replica antique firearm during a traffic stop.
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