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Steelers' QB Gives K-9 Grant To Baltimore PD

November 29, 2012
The Baltimore PD plans to use the funds to add a bomb-detecting dog to their K-9 unit and to purchase a bite suit for training purposes.

Baltimore Buys 80 Chevrolet Caprice Patrol Cars

November 9, 2012
Each Caprice PPV will be equipped with mobile data terminals and provide officers with a foundation to begin field-based reporting. Officers will be able to create and submit police reports directly from their patrol vehicles.

DOJ Taps LISC for Troubled Communities Grant

October 6, 2012
The U.S. Department of Justice has awarded $1 million to the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) to help attack crime hot spots in 15 U.S. cities to improve the quality of life in troubled communities.

Baltimore Hires Former Oakland Chief As Police Commissioner

August 28, 2012
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has selected former Oakland (Calif.) Police Chief Anthony Batts as the city's next police commissioner, bringing in a leader who has been hailed as an innovator but who struggled to push his agenda at his last job.

Blue-On-Blue Shootings

June 20, 2012

Recognizing the potential for a blue-on-blue incident—and doing something about it—can go a long way toward preventing such tragedies. That initiative can take many forms, from anticipatory training to recognizing the implications of an errant operation.

Baltimore Cops Told Not To Stop Photos and Video

February 13, 2012
Baltimore police officers may not "prevent or prohibit" people from taking photographs or video of crime scenes and other law enforcement activities that are in public view, according to a department-wide directive.

Video: Fighting Fire With Fire

January 30, 2012
I believe that police unions can get together to produce an educational video exploring the matter of force. Since we know the news media isn't going to grant us the air time to actually run our wonderful and well-produced infommercial, we can post the video on YouTube.

Video: Man Tackles Baltimore Cop During Arrest

January 5, 2012
A middle-aged man can be seen punching and tackling a Baltimore Police officer, while the officer was arresting a suspect, in a video that has gone viral.

Man Tackles Baltimore Cop

January 5, 2012

A middle-aged man tackles a Baltimore Police officer, while the officer was arresting another suspect.

Baltimore Cop Shot By Colleague During Task Force Raid

December 6, 2011
A Baltimore County Police officer accidently shot a Baltimore Police detective when he fired his gun inside a house in Odenton on Tuesday returned fire at the "perceived threat."

Baltimore Adds Four American Eurocopter EC120s

October 26, 2011
The Baltimore Police Department has ordered four American Eurocopter EC120 aircraft to update its fleet of four aircraft, the company announced. The new helicopters will be part of a fleet renewal program and will begin arriving in summer 2012.

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.

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