Police Body Cam Vendor Gets Contract Extended In BaltimoreA Baltimore board on Wednesday authorized a city spending plan extending a multimillion dollar contract with the country's dominant vendor of body cameras for police departments.
Baltimore County Police Say 1,400 Now Have Body-Worn CamerasBaltimore County police say they've finished training and equipping about 1,400 officers with body-worn cameras.
Montgomery County Officials To Get Update On Body CamerasMontgomery County Council members are getting an update on the county's body camera program.
Police To Release Body Cam Footage From Officer-Involved ShootingBaltimore Police plan to release body camera footage from Friday's police-involved shooting this week.
BaCo. Police Officers To Start Wearing Body Cameras Next WeekBaltimore County police are ready to add body cameras to their officers' uniforms.
New Hagerstown Chief Seeks OK for 60 Police Body CamerasHagerstown's new police chief is pushing ahead with a body-camera program.
Baltimore Police Body Camera Rollout Later Than PlannedBaltimore police officers will start wearing body cameras about a month later than originally announced.
Baltimore Police To Start Wearing Body Cameras In MayBaltimore will soon become the largest police force in America equipped with body cameras---but there are concerns about how they'll be used in police investigations.
Task Force Recommends Pilot Body Camera Program For Howard Co. PoliceA citizen-led task force has recommended that the Howard County Police Department should implement a pilot program to explore the use of body cameras.
1st Baltimore Police Officers Now Wearing Body CamerasSome Baltimore police officers are now wearing body cameras, launching their pilot program. The goal is to enhance both the police officers' and public's safety.
More Than 1K Baltimore Co. Officers To Wear Body Cameras By 2017More than 1,000 officers in Baltimore County will soon be equipped with body cameras.
Body Cameras Among Frederick Police Chief's PrioritiesThe new police chief in Frederick says his priorities include reducing violent crime and investigating gang activity.
Report: 4 Years To Fully Implement Police Body Cameras In BaltimoreThe city plans to take four years to fully implement a police-body camera program, according to our media partner The Baltimore Sun.
Senate To Hold Hearings On Police Body CamerasAs the death of another black man while in police custody sparked ongoing protests in a nearby city, the Senate on Wednesday prepared to discuss more widespread use of police body cameras.
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.