Baltimore Police Department

Baltimore Police Body Camera Testing To Begin In OctoberBalitmore Mayor Stephanie-Rawlings Blake announced Thursday that the police department will begin testing body cameras in October.
Officers Charged In Freddie Gray's Death, State's Attorney Said Arrest Was IllegalCity State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby says Freddie Gray received his critical injuries in Baltimore police custody and has charged all six officers involved in his death.
Neill Franklin On The Beginning Of The Riots At Mondawmin MallFormer member of the Maryland State Police and Baltimore Police Department Neill Franklin joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Baltimore riots.
CHAOS: 15 Officers Injured, Businesses Looted, Fires Set As Violent Riots Plague BaltimoreA group of rioters clash with police near Mondawmin Mall.
Violence Continues On Streets Of Baltimore, Police Urging Parents To Locate Children
US Diplomat Recalls Racial Tension In BaltimoreA U.S. diplomat opened her speech on Iranian nuclear negotiations talking about how she grew up going to civil rights marches and says her father once helped baseball star Frank Robinson find a home in an all-white neighborhood of Baltimore.
Rep. Cummings Reflect On Baltimore's Violent ProtestsFollowing a violent night in Baltimore, Congressman Elijah Cummings reflects on Saturday night’s demonstrations.
Police Make Arrests; Protests Continue Over Freddie Gray's DeathThe march gets more emotional and the police presence gets bigger, as demonstrations continue over Freddie Gray's controversial death.
3 Voices Fighting For Justice In Freddie Gray InvestigationThree voices in the Freddie Gray investigation searching for justice.
Police May Have Ignored Seatbelt Policy With Freddie GrayProtests continue over the death of Freddie Gray, as several investigations are underway into exactly when and how he suffered a severed spinal column.
Police Release Details On Arrest Of Man Critically HospitalizedA man arrested by Baltimore City police remains in a coma right now at a city hospital. Friends and family want to know how he wound up in critical condition.
Baltimore Police Dept. Employee Celebrates 50 Years Of City ServiceBaltimore City Police Department recognizes one of their own after 50 years of service.