Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has announced that a working group will assess the potential use of body cameras for police in the city.
In light of the number of police brutality cases, the Baltimore City police department could be under the microscope of the Department of Justice after a letter asks for a full review by the attorney general.
New details are released in the case of alleged brutality at the hands of police. Cell phone cameras caught the brutal beating of a man who claims excessive force.
The allegations revealed in a Baltimore Sun investigation. They involve people who suffered broken bones, head trauma and even death—allegedly after altercations with city police.
A Baltimore City man is seeking $5 million after he says a police officer beat him up for no reason at all—but he may get less than that if he wins.
A city police officer is suspended for allegedly using excessive force on a suspect in their custody.
Under growing pressure, police released the names of three officers involved in a controversial arrest in East Baltimore, where 46-year-old Anthony “Tony” Anderson died as a result of what his family believes was police brutality.
He died in police custody and now the medical examiner has labeled Anthony Anderson’s death a homicide.
Anthony Anderson is laid to rest days after his mysterious death. Now, people in his East Baltimore neighborhood are rallying for a thorough investigation.
Caught on tape. A protester is pinned to the ground by police and activists say what happened to him is police brutality.