Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts joined the Norris & Davis show to talk about the tragic events yesterday at the Boston Marathon, and how it will effect security everywhere.
Neighborhood under siege. There’s been an explosion of violence in West Baltimore, including another murder Tuesday night. Police have announced new plans to get that community under control.
Baltimore’s top cop is demanding a sweeping review of how weapons are used after a shooting during a training exercise.
The criminal investigation is still underway in the case of a police trainee shot in the head during a training exercise.
Many questions remain unanswered after a police trainee is shot in the head during a training exercise. A 18-year veteran officer has been identified as the shooter.
I promised to provide you with an update of the training accident yesterday that has left a University of Maryland Police candidate in critical condition at Shock Trauma.
One thousand guns. Police have removed that significant number from city streets in what they say is the next step to cutting violent crime. The commissioner and mayor announced the milestone at a crime scene Wednesday night.
A new set of wheels. That’s what more than 80 police officers have to help fight crime in Baltimore City. The new fleet was delivered Friday morning.
Baltimore City officially has a new top cop. Commissioner Anthony Batts was sworn in Thursday night. Now the heavy task of keeping the city safe is on his shoulders.
Baltimore’s new police commissioner is set to officially take over the force at a time when the city’s stubborn homicide rate is trending upward.
Baltimore City Council’s Nominations Committee is meeting right now to decide if the city’s new police commissioner should be confirmed by the full council.
Baltimore’s next top cop hits the city streets. Dr. Anthony Batts—the mayor’s pick for city police commissioner—gets his first taste of the community on a walk with the mayor Tuesday night.