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Feds Say Baltimore Cop Sold Heroin at Station, Ran Ring

July 20, 2011
A Baltimore Police officer who allegedly ran his own drug ring at one point brazenly sold heroin at the parking lot of the Northwestern District Station while in uniform, according to a federal indictment.

Baltimore Cop Forced Off Road During High-Speed Pursuit

July 19, 2011
A Baltimore Police officer sustained non-life threatening injuries when his cruiser was forced off the road by a drug suspect during a high-speed pursuit that ended at the Anne Arundel County mall.

How to Handle Residency Requirements

July 5, 2011
If you're applying to an agency, read the fine print. I mean the really fine print. There are some police agencies that require you to prove you've established residency for up to two years prior to submitting an application. Others require you to move into the jurisdiction within a year of your hire date.

Baltimore Cop Struck by Cruiser, Falls from Expressway

June 23, 2011
A Baltimore Police officer is in critical condition, after she was struck by her cruiser, knocked off the Jones Falls Expressway, and fell 30 feet. She remained in critical condition Thursday, two days after the fall.

Baltimore Police Recruitment Heads to Community College

May 13, 2011
The Baltimore Police Department is seeking potential officers from the Cayuga Community College's criminal justice program.

Judge: Baltimore's Gun Registry Is Unconstitutional

April 15, 2011
Judge Alfred Nance said the police department, which oversees the program, had "failed or refused to comply" with establishing clear regulations for the registry, which required people convicted of gun crimes to provide addresses and other information with the city every six months for a period of three years.

Baltimore PD Launches Campaign to Hire City Residents

April 15, 2011
In announcing the project, Baltimore Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III said the department is seeking to fill 300 positions over the next several months. The city has committed to hiring 400 new officers, despite a $120 million budget shortfall.

Baltimore Cop Fired In YouTube Skateboarder Flap Wants Job Back

February 28, 2011
Salvatore Rivieri, a 19-year veteran, was fired in August amid public outcry over the incident. Officer Rivieri is seen pushing the 14-year-old and berating him. The officer had instructed the teens that they could not ride their skateboards in the area.

Baltimore Officer's Encounter with Teen Skater

February 28, 2011

Baltimore Police Officer Salvatore Rivieri was terminated for failing to document a 2007 encounter with a 14-year-old skateboarder, who he berated for illegally skateboarding in the Inner Harbor.

Baltimore's Top Cop Uses Ruse In Kickback Arrests

February 24, 2011
Fifteen of the officers reported to the academy, and were stripped of their badges and arrested. An academy recruit witnessed the arrests that included Commissioner Frederick Bealefeld saying, "I'm here to reclaim our badge."

Off-duty Baltimore Cop Fires At Man Who Entered His Car

February 12, 2011
The Baltimore PD is investigating the incident and not treating it as an officer-involved shooting because no one was hit. The officer and man scuffled, prior to the officer discharging his weapon.

Baltimore Police Ban Plainclothes Duty

January 12, 2011
Command staff members are now discussing new rules governing plainclothes work. Officers could wear distinctive colors that change by the day or week, to make them quickly identifiable to fellow officers but not to the people they are trying to arrest, or use code words.

41 Shots Fired In Baltimore's Friendly Fire Death

January 11, 2011
Five Baltimore Police officers fired 41 rounds during a chaotic scene outside a nightclub on Sunday evening that led to the death of Officer William H. Torbit Jr. in a friendly fire incident.

Baltimore Officer Fatally Shot Outside Club

January 9, 2011
The officer, an eight-year veteran of the force, has been identified as 33-year-old William H. Torbit Jr. Detectives are investigating whether the officer's death was caused by friendly fire.

Cop Stories

December 29, 2010

Retired Baltimore officer Dick Ellwood tells his best stories from 25 years as a beat cop, vice detective, homicide unit supervisor and arson/bomb squad leader with the Baltimore Police Department. In "Cop Stories: The Few, The Proud, The Ugly," Ellwood chronicles his arrest of boyhood hero Mickey Mantle as a first-year officer, a vice arrest of a body part and his most memorable (and still unsolved) homicide case with an NFL player as the prime suspect.

Baltimore May Restrict Off-Duty Carry During Alcohol Consumption

December 6, 2010
Baltimore Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III is considering revising the department's General Order governing officer conduct to prohibit officers from carrying a firearm if they consume alcohol off duty.

Verizon Activates Initial 4G Markets

December 6, 2010
Law enforcement agencies are anticipating next-gen networks to deploy or expand municipal surveillance networks (if budgets allow). Connected cameras will help patrol officers work more seamlessly with central command centers to apprehend fleeing suspects and halt crimes in progress.

Police Apprehend Suspect Who Sparked Baltimore Nightclub Gunbattle

November 29, 2010
Franklin James Gross, 30, is charged with attempted murder of a police officer and six other charges stemming from the incident.

Baltimore FOP Lodge Pledges Donation to National LE Museum

October 28, 2010
Baltimore City's Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #3, is the newest major donor to the National Law Enforcement Museum, pledging $100,000 to the project.

World Trade Center Flag Honors Baltimore Duty Deaths

October 26, 2010
A flag that flew over the World Trade Center site after 9/11 is coming to Baltimore in tribute to three police officers who've died in the past month.
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