Gov. Larry Hogan is scheduled to sign into law nine bills dealing with public safety and law enforcement, including one that will require police to give information about in-custody deaths to a state office.
The Baltimore City Council’s Public Safety Committee is hosting a public hearing Tuesday on legislation that would require city police to wear body cameras.
She said she had recently visited West Africa.
Maryland transportation officials are telling the public that Baltimore’s metro system is safe after a video emerged that appears to show two younger men trying to push someone out of a moving train.
Visitors to the National Mall for the Independence Day celebration can sign up for event information and emergency notifications from the National Park Service.
Howard County Executive Kenneth Ulman, who is running for lieutenant governor in the upcoming state election, delivered his final state of the county address on Thursday.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is scheduled to attend a forum on public safety in Maryland.
Baltimore County Police have a new crime fighting tool that will soon be policing the streets.
The new Montgomery County public safety headquarters is hosting an open house later this month.
The nation’s capital plans to add 134 traffic cameras next year to its already extensive network of devices that generate tickets for speeding and running red lights.
More problems for speed cameras in Baltimore City. Some council members are calling for an investigation. They’re concerned about mounting inaccuracies.
Maryland’s prison agency is playing host to a multistate conference in Perryville on incarcerated military veterans.