Maryland Officials Seek Unedited Police Video Of Racial SlurCounty officials in Maryland want more transparency from police after a white officer's use of a racial slur was live-streamed on Instagram by a black man accused of trespassing at a McDonald's.
Baltimore Co. Senator Wants To Require Off-Duty Officers Wear Body Cams While In UniformA Baltimore County senator is proposing off-duty Baltimore County Police officers who are working in uniform wear body cameras.
Prince George's Police Plan to Roll Out Body Camera ProgramAt some point before April, 70 officers from the Prince George's County Police Department will go to work with a new piece of gear: body cameras.
Baltimore County Police Speeding Up Body Camera ProgramBaltimore County is speeding up the police department's roll out of body cameras by more than a year.
Video Shows DC Officers Performing CPR on Bleeding ManA motorcyclist who was fatally shot by a District of Columbia police officer bled heavily on the sidewalk next to a police car as an onlooker screamed and officers performed CPR on the wounded man for more than three minutes
Some Police Departments Shelve Body Cameras, Cite Data CostsPolice departments in at least two states that outfitted their officers with body cameras have now shelved them, blaming the cost.
Body Cam Footage Released of U-Md. Pepper Spray IncidentThe University of Maryland has released footage of campus police using pepper spray to try to break up an off-campus graduation party.
Baltimore Police Could Have Body Cameras Early Next YearAs promised, Baltimore's mayor vetoed a bill that would have required all city police officers to wear so-called body cameras.
Baltimore Mayor Rawlings-Blake Will Veto Police Body-Camera BillBaltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says she'll veto a police body-camera bill if it lands on her desk so it can "be done right."
D.C. Police Will Start Wearing Body Cameras More than 160 District of Columbia police officers will wear cameras that record them performing their duties as part of a six-month pilot program.
Baltimore Councilmembers Take A Look At Body CamerasShocking video of a Baltimore City police officer punching a man in the street may mean big changes for the department. Monday night, the City Council introduced a bill requiring all police officers to wear body cameras. Some say it can't come quickly enough.