Baltimore’s mayor and police commissioner are celebrating what they are calling “significant progress” in 2014 in a citywide crackdown on violence.
Right now, Baltimore City officer Andrew Groman remains in stable condition as questions persist about whether the man accused of shooting him should have been on the streets. And there’s more controversy surrounding the commissioner’s comments.
The growing heroin epidemic leads several of Maryland’s key police leaders on a fact-finding mission to Colombia, South America.
Baltimore’s mayor and city police commissioner unveiled their plan designed to help cut down on the number of incidents of police brutality and misconduct.
It’s happened again: police caught on video in a chaotic struggle with a suspect—but this time, the city’s top cop says his officers used necessary force and he’s renewing his calls for body cameras on every officer.
A former Baltimore City detective says his work environment became unbearable after he testified against two officers convicted in misconduct cases. He’s speaking for the first time since he quit his job.
Baltimore City’s top cop will stay on the job. City Council members have agreed to extend Anthony Batts’ contract for another six years.
Two years into the job, top cop Anthony Batts is working overtime to keep his job and make Baltimore safer. His confirmation hearing is set for 10 a.m. Wednesday.
Baltimore’s top cop takes down a suspect after a shooting.
A bold promise from Police Commissioner Anthony Batts in the murder investigation of a three-year-old.
A future career in law enforcement for some Baltimore youngsters could begin with a day at summer camp.
A family involved in a two-car crash is safe thanks to Baltimore’s police commissioner.