5 Arrested, Including Wanted Violent Offender, In Recent Baltimore City CrimesFive people wanted in several recent crimes, including one of the city's repeat violent offenders, have been arrested, Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison announced Wednesday.
Baltimore FOP On Violence: City Is Short 500 Officers, Blames Police LeadershipThe Baltimore Police Fraternal Order of Police is responding after a violent weekend saying the city police department remains short 500 officers. They also criticized Police Commissioner Michael Harrison's leadership. 
Judge Overseeing Consent Decree Praises BPD's Stable Leadership Despite Frustrations Over Lack Of ResultsA federal judge said he's frustrated with the lack of progress he's seeing three-and-a-half years into a federal consent decree mandating an array of improvements and reforms within the Baltimore Police Department.
Man Arrested For Allegedly Assaulting Baltimore Police Officer With VehicleBaltimore Police have arrested 38-year-old Tyiron Kindred after he allegedly drove through a police barricade, striking a marked police vehicle and injuring an officer.
One Year After Crime Plan Announced, Baltimore Police Say Violent Crime Down 12% But Homicides In Line With 2019Just days before the one-year anniversary of the crime plan's unveiling, the Baltimore Police Department released its year one review of its efforts.
Attorneys For Men In Viral Video Involving Baltimore Police Sergeant Say The Department 'Cannot Police Themselves'A viral video of an alleged attack on a Baltimore Police sergeant in January is coming into question.
FOP: Baltimore Officers Were Awaiting Orders To Dispel Crowd That Toppled Christopher Columbus StatueThe Fraternal Order of Police is firing back after the Baltimore police commissioner said it was tactically unsafe for the "few officers in position" to dispel a group of protesters who toppled the statue of Christopher Columbus and threw pieces into the harbor over the weekend. 
Baltimore Police To Move 70 Specialized Units Members To Patrol, No Officer Layoffs Expected After $22M In CutsBaltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison spoke exclusively to WJZ Investigator Mike Hellgren Wednesday about the movement to defund police, reforms in the department and his own future.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison Worries About Gaps In Service With DefundingBaltimore’s police commissioner is responding to efforts to defund the city’s police department.
'Frustrated And Concerned' | Mayor Young, City Leaders Urge Baltimore Residents To Follow Social Distancing Guidelines, Avoid Large CrowdsMayor Jack Young, Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa and Police Commissioner Michael Harrison urged residents Saturday to continue following COVID-19 safety protocols, including practicing social distancing and avoiding large gatherings.
Baltimore Police Release Body-Worn Camera Footage In Incident Where Officer Struck Woman, Investigation ContinuesBaltimore Police have released body-worn camera footage of the now-viral video of an officer striking a woman after she struck another officer twice.