Baltimore Police Commissioner Charged With Failure To File TaxesBaltimore Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa has been charged with failure to file his federal taxes for three straight years.
Baltimore Mayor Implements 'Daily Morning Huddle' To Combat Youth Violence; Commissioner Blast Criminal Justice SystemFrom attacks at the Inner Harbor to carjackings throughout the City, police say crime involving teenagers is simply out of control.
Baltimore Mayor, Commissioner Discuss Crime Plan Amid Record-Shattering ViolenceBaltimore remains on pace for more murders than ever before. Wednesday, the mayor outlined new federal and state help to stem the shootings, while the police commissioner urged patience.
Rules For Baltimore Police Body-Cams Being Examined Following National ScrutinyBaltimore City's body camera program is getting national scrutiny after embarrassing allegations police may have planted evidence. It's prompting a closer look at the rules officers must follow: when should those cameras be on and when is it OK to turn them off?
Baltimore Implements Crime Plan After Hitting 200 Homicide BenchmarkBaltimore City has hit the dark benchmark of 200 homicides more than halfway into the year.
Police Hope Newly Renovated Station Eases Tension In West Baltimore CommunityCity police are overhauling their western district police station in a desperate attempt to ease tensions with the community.
War of Words Between City Police Union And Baltimore Police DepartmentThe president of Baltimore's police union says the City police department, has no long term plan to fight crime.
Baltimore's Top Cop Aims to Lower Crime Rate With Stricter Illegal Gun LawsBaltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis will be taking his fight to reduce gun violence all the way to lawmakers in Annapolis.
Strict Pot Restrictions for Applicants Is A 'Death Sentence,' Baltimore Comm. SaysFor decades, rules against the use of marijuana have been a barrier for police applicants in Baltimore, but the State of Maryland could soon make major changes.
MSU to Try to Heal the Divide Between Police and the CommunityBaltimore City police have partnered with Morgan State University to try and heal the divide between police and the community.
Baltimore Police Introduce Trauma-Informed RoomsBaltimore officials are announcing new trauma-informed waiting rooms at the police department's headquarters.
Cities Demanding More Oversight Over Police Surveillance ProgramsCities across the country are demanding more oversight over police surveillance programs.