Controversy continues over a videotaped police encounter in Towson. The confrontation shines a spotlight on a Baltimore County program that puts citizens on the beat.
Traffic cameras around Washington will start issuing tickets for more traffic infractions this weekend.
An investigative hearing was held at City Hall on Wednesday, aimed at trying to get to the bottom of what went wrong with Baltimore’s problem-plagued speed cameras and red light cameras and what’s being done about it.
New cameras are keeping watch for motorists who pass stopped school buses in Montgomery County.
District of Columbia police are deploying a new set of automated traffic enforcement tools to ticket drivers for speeding and infractions at stop signs, crosswalks and intersections.
A brazen cell phone theft–caught on camera. It’s a crime that’s becoming too common across the nation and here in Baltimore.
The Charles County Sheriff’s Office says it has suspended the use of its three speed cameras because of a possible issue over placement.
There’s finally an explanation behind the Anne Arundel police officer suspended for putting a camera inside a Glen Burnie High School bathroom.
Anne Arundel County police say the officer who installed a hidden camera in the boy’s restroom at Glen Burnie High School will not face criminal charges.
Annapolis police have a message for speeders caught on camera: no more freebies.
The District of Columbia is on pace to issue more than 700,000 speed camera tickets this year, matching the record set in 2012.
Metro is spending millions of dollars to triple the number of video cameras it has monitoring its stations and parking garages, and to put cameras in rail cars for the first time.