EPIC Program Trains Baltimore Police Officers To Intervene To Prevent MisconductThe Baltimore Police Department is launching a new peer intervention program that trains officers to intervene in problematic situations to prevent mistakes and police misconduct.
Delaware Office Convicted Of Misconduct As Maryland Police ChiefA Delaware police officer has been convicted of misdemeanor misconduct in office, reportedly after failing to properly document use of force reports involving a potential hire at his previous job running a Maryland police department.
Maryland Police Chief Resigns Following FBI, ATF SearchesA Maryland police chief has resigned weeks after federal agents executed a search warrant at the department in an investigation with still unclear origins.
Baltimore Officer Sentenced For Running Prostitution RingA former Baltimore police officer has been sentenced for allegedly operating a prostitution ring.
Police: 2 Found Dead At Laurel ApartmentPrince George's County police say a disabled woman was found unharmed in a Laurel apartment where the woman's mother and a man died.
Md. Man Charged In Del. Armed RobberyNewark Police have charged a Maryland man in an armed robbery in an apartment building parking lot.
Baltimore Man Awarded $500,000 Settlement For Police MisconductThe office of attorney Dwight A. Petit confirms a half-million dollar settlement involving a Baltimore City police offer accused of kidnapping two Baltimore teens.
Sergeant & Officer Charged With 2nd-Degree Assault, Accused Of Beating Man In CustodyA Baltimore City sergeant and officer are charged with second-degree assault for allegedly beating a suspect while in police custody in October 2011.
Baltimore City Police Officer Indicted For Illegally Recording JudgeA Baltimore City police sergeant has been charged with illegally recording a judge.
Lie To Police? Councilman Curran Explains His Controversial CommentControversial comments. A city councilman's remarks ignite a debate after he suggests it's ok to lie to 911 operators in order to get a faster response from city police officers.
Family Of Marine Killed By Baltimore Officer To Sue City For MillionsBaltimore City now faces a multi-million dollar civil lawsuit, in part for keeping Officer Gahiji Tshamba on the police force—despite his troubled past. On Thursday, a judge found Tshamba guilty of manslaughter for shooting an unarmed Marine.