Baltimore Police Adjust Microzones To Target Neighborhoods With Higher Crime RatesBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and Police Commissioner Michael Harrison announced Wednesday a shift in the city's crime targeting strategy.
COVID-19 Restrictions Not Lifted In Baltimore, Dining Will Remain Closed At RestaurantsBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott said Friday that he will not lift COVID-19 restrictions as the city continues to see a bump in cases post New Year's Eve. This means both indoor and outdoor dining will remain closed at city restaurants.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Cancels Wednesday Public Safety News Conference As Protests Unfold In DCMinutes before he was set to speak to reporters Wednesday, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott abruptly canceled a 3 p.m. news conference on public safety as protests unfolded in the nation's capital.
Baltimore Mayor Scott Establishes Office Of Neighborhood Safety & EngagementIt establishes public safety as a "public health issue in Baltimore." according to a press release Wednesday.
Columbia, Maryland Named Safest City In America Third Year In A RowFor the third year in a row, Wallethub names Columbia as the safest city in America.
COVID-19 Mobile Unit To Drive Across Baltimore This Week To Spread Health, Safety InformationThe Department of Health launched a COVID-19 mobile public education unit, and you might see it driving across Baltimore this week.
One Person Arrested Following Barricade Situation In WoodlawnOne person was arrested following a barricade situation in Woodlawn Tuesday, Baltimore County police said.
Gov. Hogan Names New Corrections SecretaryGov. Larry Hogan has appointed a new secretary for the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. Hogan announced Monday he has appointed Robert Green to the post.
U. Md To Donate Profit From Alcohol Sales At Games To Combat Sex AssaultsFor the first time, alcohol sales at the University of Maryland football and basketball games are turning a profit.
Meeting Set For Panel Examining Criminal Justice ReformThe first meeting of a Maryland panel examining criminal justice reform is scheduled in Annapolis.
Hogan To Sign Bills On Public Safety, Law EnforcementGov. Larry Hogan is scheduled to sign into law nine bills dealing with public safety and law enforcement, including one that will require police to give information about in-custody deaths to a state office.
City Council President Calls Body Camera Pushback ‘Political BS’The Baltimore City Council's Public Safety Committee is hosting a public hearing Tuesday on legislation that would require city police to wear body cameras.
Woman Who Became Ill Near Pentagon Does Not Have EbolaShe said she had recently visited West Africa.
MTA Police Chief Says Baltimore Train System Is Very Safe; Some Riders DisagreeMaryland transportation officials are telling the public that Baltimore's metro system is safe after a video emerged that appears to show two younger men trying to push someone out of a moving train.
Police Offer Public Alerts For July 4 In D.C.Visitors to the National Mall for the Independence Day celebration can sign up for event information and emergency notifications from the National Park Service.