Gun Spotted In Driver's Car Before Baltimore Officer Dragged, Court Documents SayCharging documents for the Baltimore man accused of dragging a police officer for several blocks after fleeing from a traffic stop are shedding new light on the sequence of events that led up to the incident.
Crime Without Punishment: Homicide Clearance Rates Are Declining Across The US. Baltimore's Is Down To 42%A CBS News analysis of FBI homicide data shows Baltimore City’s average clearance rate from 2015 to 2019 was just 38.7%, hitting a low of 29.7% in 2015, the tumultuous year when Freddie Gray was killed in police custody and arrests plummeted.
Baltimore City Council Grills Police Commissioner Harrison On Crime PlanMembers of the Baltimore City Council called on Police Commissioner Michael Harrison to question his plan to stop crime in the city as gun violence surges in Baltimore.
Commissioner Harrison Releases Summer Deployment Plan Targeting Areas Prone To ViolenceIn anticipation of an uptick in crime during the summer months, Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison released a short-term deployment strategy Friday focusing patrols on small areas in the city's nine police districts that historically have seen high rates of violence.
Serial Number Requirement For 'Ghost Guns' Starts Wednesday, Deadline To Comply In 2023, Police SayOwners have until March 1, 2023 to have a serial number imprinted on their privately made firearm by any authorized Federal Firearms License provider.
Baltimore Looks To Redraw Lines Of Police Districts, Solicits Public FeedbackMayor Brandon Scott said the department's nine districts have not undergone significant boundary changes since 1959.
Bleeding Baltimore: Mapping The City's Violent Crime & Searching For SolutionsAt least 113 people have been killed in Baltimore since the start of 2022, and the city is again on pace for more than 300 homicides. As violence continues to afflict the city, residents and officials share what they believe needs to be done.
Detectives Following 'Some Promising Leads' In Killing Of Fells Point Bouncer, Harrison SaysMarco Nunez, 30, was was found with multiple gunshot wounds outside Riptide Bar in the 1700 block of Thames Street around 1 a.m. on Monday, April 25.
Baltimore City Dedicates Street To Slain Police Officer Keona HolleyCity officials on Friday evening will dedicate a street to slain Baltimore Police Officer Keona Holley, who was fatally shot last year in the line of duty.
Baltimore Receives $7.9M To Fund Violence Prevention Programs, Implement Parts Of Consent DecreeBaltimore City has received $7.9 million in federal dollars for public safety programs, including $5.3 million to help the Baltimore Police Department implement elements of the consent decree, local elected leaders said.
Mayor Scott, Commissioner Harrison React To GTTF Mini-Series 'We Own This City'“The old ways, the wrong ways, which allowed for misconduct and unconstitutional policing to grow and fester within the department, are not and will not be a part of the department moving forward," Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Touts Department Successes On Day Of 'We Own This City' PremierePolice Commissioner Michael Harrison sent an email to Baltimore’s officers about the HBO series We Own This City on Monday.
Ex-Baltimore Police Fiscal Chief Speaks Out: 'I Want To Tell My Side Of The Story'Dana Hayes, Jr., the former chief of fiscal services for the Baltimore Police Department, is working to clear his name after Commissioner Michael Harrison fired him just days after he was hired.
Baltimore Commissioner Supports Hiring Investigation After Person Of Interest In Murder Briefly Takes Top Financial JobIn a departmentwide message, Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison pledged a review of the agency's hiring practices after firing a recently hired administrator who is a "person of interest" in a homicide and is listed on the city's gun offender registry.
Baltimore Police Fire Newly Hired Administrator Because He Is A 'Person Of Interest' In A Homicide, Harrison SaysBaltimore police fired the department's recently hired chief of fiscal services because he is a "person of interest" in a homicide, Police Chief Michael Harrison confirmed Wednesday.