Baltimore Reaches $150K Settlement Over Police Brutality ComplaintBaltimore City officials are expected to sign off Wednesday on a $150,000 settlement to resolve a lawsuit fueled by allegations of police brutality, our media partner The Baltimore Sun reports.
Poll Results On Police Violence Tend To Be Racially DividedMarylanders are weighing in on who is likely to be at fault in violent police encounters.
Panel Recommends Policies For Police Body CamerasLawmakers should consider changes to the Maryland Public Information Act to adjust for privacy concerns raised by police body cameras, a state commission decided to recommend Tuesday.
Officer Accused Of Shooting Suspect In Groin Is Out On BailEarly Thursday a judge set bail for a Baltimore City Police Officer charged with attempted murder. The judge called the allegation against him "heinous and callous" after he allegedly shot a suspect, who wasn't a threat,in the groin.
Attorneys Say Prosecutors Hid Evidence In Freddie Gray CaseAttorneys for the six police officers charged in Freddie Gray's death say prosecutors steered investigators away from allegations about Gray's behavior in past interactions with law enforcement.
DOJ To Conduct 18-Month Review Of Baltimore Police Dept.Justice Department officials met with community members last night as part of a comprehensive analysis of city police and they got an earful.
Police Misconduct Legislation Fails In General AssemblyBaltimore's mayor strikes out in Annapolis. She was pushing a pair of bills that would crack down on police misconduct.
Baltimore Police Launch Investigation Into New Brutality ClaimBaltimore police are investigating the actions of one of their officers after video shows the officer punching a man in the face before his arrest.
911 Dispatcher's Social Media Post Causes ControversyIt was her personal Facebook account, but a screen shot of her fiery posting went viral.
Baltimore Mother Meets With President About Police BrutalityPolice brutality has become a hot button issue nationwide. Wednesday night, a Baltimore mother and others took the fight for change right to the top: the group is in Washington DC to meet with President Barack Obama.
Woman Who Shot Cell Phone Video Speaks To WJZCell phone video captured intense moments between a woman recording an arrest and a Baltimore City police office her attorneys say use offensive language towards the woman; they also say she was Tasered two times. Now we hear for the first time the woman's account of that night and her demand for the officers to be fired.
Cell Phone Footage Captures Alleged Altercation With Baltimore City PoliceA disturbing video shows another possible case of police brutality at the ends of Baltimore City police. The incident happened in March and it is hard to watch.