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Baltimore County Officer Shot, Suspect Dead

Baltimore County police officers responded to a home in Parkville, MD, for a 911 call about a suspect in the home with a gun. As they entered the home they had an encounter with the suspect. Shots were fired.

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Baltimore FOP Responds to Conviction of Officer for Alleged Assault on Teen

An officer with the Baltimore Police Department was convicted on Tuesday of second-degree assault for tackling a teen and striking him with his TASER during a 2016 confrontation.

Maryland Teen Found Guilty of Killing Officer Faces Life in Prison

Dawnta Harris, 17, was tried as an adult and now faces life in prison for striking Officer Amy Caprio with a stolen Jeep in May 2018.

264 Fugitives Arrested in Baltimore

They arrested 25 people wanted for homicide or attempted homicide, 74 people wanted for assault and 27 people wanted for drug crimes. Authorities say they recovered 140 grams of heroin, 106 grams of cocaine and $50,000 in cash in the three weeks.

Video: MD Trooper Candidate with Cerebral Palsy Graduates to Become Third Generation of Officer in Family

Derek Harper will become a third-generation state trooper as his father Sgt. David Harper will be waiting for him at the end of the stage to pin a gold badge on his uniform. His father is a 28-year veteran of the state police.

Video: Baltimore Officer is 'Rapper of Positivity' Both On and Off Duty

Officer Joshua Jackson of the Baltimore Police Department has been rapping since he was a 14-year-old freshman in high school. Now that he's an officer with the department, he continues to pursue his art even as he pursues his law enforcement career. In fact, those two goals seem to have a lot more in common than one might immediately imagine.

Maryland Trooper Fatally Shoots Assailant who Stabbed Him

A law enforcement officer who was responding to reports of destruction of property was suddenly attacked and stabbed by an assailant on Monday morning.

New Baltimore Police Commissioner Confirmed

The Baltimore City Council unanimously confirmed former New Orleans police superintendent Michael Harrison as Baltimore’s permanent police commissioner at a council meeting Monday evening.

SRO Association Praises Baltimore Decision to Support Arming School Officers

The National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) released a statement today applauding a decision by the Baltimore City Public Schools Board of School Commissioners to support proposed state legislation that would allow members of school police departments in Maryland to carry their service weapons at all times on school campuses.

Shooting Spurs Baltimore Schools to Reverse Decision to Disarm Officers

The board’s decision comes a month after the 10 members voted unanimously against the idea of arming school police officers. The dramatic shift could provide a needed boost to state Del. Cheryl Glenn’s proposed legislation in Annapolis. Even if the board hadn’t thrown its support behind the bill, Glenn had said she would’ve continued to push for change after the recent shooting at Frederick Douglass High School.