The amount of money the nation’s largest police departments are paying to handle misconduct claims is surging.
A federal review of police brutality incidents is underway. The Department of Justice is out in Baltimore, talking to people who just don’t trust police officers.
Baltimore City agrees to pay tens of thousands of dollars to the family of a man shot and killed by police in 2012.
The fight against police brutality heads to Annapolis, where advocates are pushing for laws to hold officers accused of misconduct accountable.
The rallies against police brutality that swept across the nation continue in Baltimore. This time, at one of the city’s top middle schools.
The U.S. Department of Justice has laid out its plan for an exhaustive investigation of the city police department that’s now underway in Baltimore.
More pressure on the U.S. attorney general to launch a full review of the Baltimore Police Department after numerous cases of police brutality.
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.
In wake of excessive force cases across Baltimore City, local officials are calling on the Department of Justice to conduct a full review of the police department.
A second video surfaces in a case of alleged police brutality. The mayor speaks out, saying the city and police department have to find ways to stop the use of excessive force.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is criticizing an officer after surveillance video surfaced showing him repeatedly punching a man.
Shock and outrage from City Hall all the way down to the police department after an officer was caught on surveillance camera beating up a citizen. The controversial video now has the mayor and police commissioner calling for a new addition to police uniforms.