Good communication skills, completing an internship and earning a Criminal Justice degree are just the start to creating a safer Baltimore.
Criminal Investigator Deputy for the U.S. Marshals, Avon Jackson accredits his rewarding leadership career to an early determination to triumph in education.
Baltimore Magazine’s “Top 40 under 40,” CEO and Founder Shalita O’Neale of The Maryland Foster Youth Resource Center is a force to be reckoned with.
Close to 85 percent of teens charged with adult crimes in the Baltimore region are black, according to a snapshot of recent data from local jails in the city and its surrounding counties.
The top adviser on crime to Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is resigning from her position next month.
From home break-ins to purse snatchings, some city crime victims don’t have the money to replace their lost property. More than a decade ago the City State’s Attorney’s Office decided to do something about that.
A Circuit Court judge has found Baltimore’s 4-year-old gun registry law to be unconstitutional in a nonbinding opinion.
More than a dozen states should eliminate the disparities they maintain in sentencing people charged with crack and powder cocaine crimes, gaps that persist despite changes to federal law last year, a national group that advocates for criminal justice reform said Thursday.