Poll: 66% Of Marylanders View Police Favorably, But Most Want Some ReformIn a new Goucher College poll, most Marylanders say they want to see some type of police reform even though most are favorable toward police.
Baltimore County Police Provide Lawmakers Glimpse Of Handling Critical IncidentsIn the midst of legislation sitting in the Senate on police reform, the Baltimore County Police Department is providing lawmakers a glimpse into what it's like in their own shoes during critical incidents. 
Maryland's Law Enforcement Bill Of Rights Could Be Repealed As Lawmakers Weigh Police ReformsMaryland's Law Enforcement Bill of Rights could be repealed amid nationwide calls for policing reforms.
State Senate Addresses Several Police Accountability Bills In MarylandA rare state Senate hearing was held Wednesday outside of session and addressed several police accountability bills.
Maryland Senate Panel Begins Police Reform HearingsA Maryland Senate panel began three days of hearings on police accountability Tuesday, with Democrats calling for long overdue reforms and Republicans criticizing the process for lacking their inclusion so far.
Maryland State Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee To Hear Testimony On Police Reform BillsThe Maryland State Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee will be hearing testimony next week on police accountability and reform bills.
Ravens Call On Majority Leader Mitch McConnell To Bring George Floyd Justice In Policing Act Of 2020 Up For VotePlayers and staff members from the Baltimore Ravens have sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, urging him to bring police reform legislation up for a vote.
‘Change is Coming’ | Maryland Lawmakers Debate Police Reforms, Push for Transparency As Officers Express Concern Over Labor ProtectionsMaryland lawmakers tackled issues surrounding police reform in the state with a virtual meeting of the Workgroup to Address Police Reform and Accountability in Maryland.
Group Rallies In Support Of Baltimore County Police Reform BillDemonstrators gathered in Towson on Thursday, calling for police reform.
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.
'More Than Just Words' | Maryland's New Police Reform Workgroup Holds First MeetingMaryland lawmakers say they’re focused on police reform ahead of next year’s legislative session.