Commissioner Harrison Won’t Say When He’ll Release State Police Review of Detective Suiter’s KillingIn his first comments since the second anniversary of Baltimore Detective Sean Suiter’s death, Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison would not say if or when a Maryland State Police review of the investigation would be made public.
'We Want Justice' | Family Of Slain BPD Detective Sean Suiter Holds Vigil At City Hall As Questions LingerThe family of slain Baltimore police Detective Sean Suiter demanded justice on the second anniversary of his death. Their loud chants of “His life mattered” could be heard at City Hall—but they received no response from elected leaders.
Investigation Into Death Of Detective Sean Suiter 'Is Continuing,' BPD Commissioner SaysBaltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said Thursday the investigation into the death of Detective Sean Suiter is continuing.
33 Baltimore Police Officers Recognized At Awards CeremonyThirty-three members of the Baltimore City Police Department were recognized Tuesday for going above and beyond the call of duty. 
Police Commissioner Michael Harrison Address Violent Crime In BaltimoreAfter a violent weekend which has spilled into the week, Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison spoke at a press conference about some of the biggest challenges to tackling crime in the city, and how his crime plan intends to overcome those challenges.  
Baltimore Councilman Asking For Police Report After Man Recently Attacked Outside ChoptankBaltimore City Councilman Ed Reisinger is asking for the police report after a 65-year-old man was attacked outside of the recently-opened Choptank restaurant in Fells Point in September.
Convicted Baltimore Gun Trace Task Force Officer Proclaims Innocence In Series Of LettersLawyers for former Baltimore Police Officers Daniel Hersl and Marcus Taylor made oral arguments in their appeals before the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, Friday.
Members Of Catholic Community Conduct Prayer Walk Through Southwest BaltimoreAs Baltimore and several State and Federal agencies announced new plans to stop violence, some local church groups are stepping in to help, too. 
Murders Increase In Baltimore Through First Half Of 2019As of July 11, there have been 170 murders in Baltimore. 
BPD Commissioner Urges Public's Help To Stop Violent Crimes, Talks Deployment Changes In 'Microzones'Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison urged the public to report any information on any violent crimes, after a violent weekend in Baltimore. 
City Council Gives BPD Commissioner 5 Days To Create Crime PlanLess than three months into the job, the pressure is mounting on Baltimore City Police Commissioner Michael Harrison to come up with a comprehensive crime plan.