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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.

Video: Footage Shows Man Pointed Gun at Baltimore Detective Before OIS

February 10, 2017
Baltimore Police on Thursday released footage from the detective's body camera that showed the man, Curtis Jamal Deal, point a handgun at the officer before the fatal shooting.

Footage Shows Man Pointed Gun at Baltimore Detective Before OIS

February 10, 2017
Baltimore Police on Thursday identified the 18-year-old man who was fatally shot by a detective during a foot pursuit Tuesday, and released footage from the detective's body camera that showed the man, Curtis Jamal Deal, point a handgun at the officer before the shooting. More Here.

Baltimore PD Drains Officers from Community Policing Unit to Address Violent Crime

January 30, 2017
Days into 2017, as Baltimore's historic spike in homicides stretched into a third calendar year, Mayor Catherine Pugh and Police Commissioner Kevin Davis announced the latest approach to violence.

Baltimore Consent Decree Contains Denial of Police Misconduct

January 23, 2017
On Thursday, when Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced a legally binding consent decree enforcing police reforms, she praised city officials for never balking at the investigation's findings.

Baltimore PD Commits to Consent Decree, Changes in Policy

January 12, 2017
It discourages the arrests of citizens for quality of life offenses, requiring a supervisor to sign off on any request to take someone into custody for a minor infraction, and also mandates basic training for making stops and searches.

Baltimore, Justice Department Reach Consent Decree Agreement

January 11, 2017
Baltimore and the U.S. Department of Justice have reached an agreement on city policing reforms as part of a formal consent decree, which is now slated to be approved by the city's spending panel on Thursday.

Baltimore PD to Double In-Service Training Requirement for Officers

January 11, 2017
The Baltimore Police Department is requiring all of its officers to go through 80 hours of in-service training this year, twice as many hours as last year, Commissioner Kevin Davis said on Tuesday.

Freddie Gray Case: Judge Allows Malicious Prosecution Lawsuit Against Mosby to Proceed

January 6, 2017
A federal judge is allowing key parts of a lawsuit against Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby, brought by five of the six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, to move forward.

Baltimore at 'Tipping Point' Because Too Few Officers on Streets, Union Says

January 5, 2017
The Baltimore Police Department routinely deploys too few patrol officers to be effective and has reached a "tipping point of being unable to protect the city and its citizens" as a result, according to the union that represents the department's rank-and-file officers.

Baltimore Officer Lauded for Efforts to Save Dying Baby at Anti-Police Protest

November 28, 2016
A demonstrator’s 1-month-old baby girl is dead after an officer desperately tried to save her life during a police shooting protest Saturday in Baltimore.

Federal Lawmakers Call for Update on Baltimore Consent Decree Talks

November 22, 2016
Six members of Maryland's congressional delegation on Tuesday asked the U.S. Justice Department for an update on the status of its negotiations with Baltimore to address unconstitutional policing, citing "growing concern from the community" about the possibility of further delay.

Former Baltimore Officer Sentenced to 12 Years in Shooting of Suspect

November 18, 2016
A former Baltimore Police officer was sentenced Friday to 12 years in prison in the shooting of an unarmed burglary suspect in East Baltimore.

Maryland States Attorney May Lose Immunity in Baltimore Officers' Lawsuit

October 19, 2016
Where Mosby could face problems is in her unusual role as an investigator in Freddie Gray’s death, and that could strip her of her immunity against the lawsuit. More Here.

Video: Maryland States Attorney May Lose Immunity in Baltimore Officers' Lawsuit

October 19, 2016
Where Mosby could face problems is in her unusual role as an investigator in Freddie Gray’s death, and that could strip her of her immunity against the lawsuit.
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