Report On Baltimore's Safe Streets Program To Be Released WednesdayBaltimore's Safe Streets program was adopted as part of an effort to head off gun violence through “violence interrupters.”
Safe Streets Hosts Peace Walk In Brooklyn After Murders Rock NeighborhoodLast Monday, another double shooting in Brooklyn on Valentine's Day took the life of a 16-year-old boy.
Community Leaders Confront Rash Of Shootings Killing, Injuring Baltimore TeensSince the start of the week, several people have been shot in Baltimore City, including three teenagers.
Safe Streets Violence Interrupter Remembered For Peacekeeping EffortsThe McElderry Park Community came together today honoring the life of a man who died while working as a Safe Streets violence interrupter.
Members Of Safe Streets Plan To Honor DaShawn McGrier On SaturdayA young father who worked for a violence prevention program was among three killed in a mass shooting Wednesday night in East Baltimore.
‘Tremendous Loss’ Violence Prevention Worker Killed In East Baltimore Mass ShootingA young father who worked for a violence prevention program was among three killed in a mass shooting Wednesday night in East Baltimore.
Cycle Of Crime In Baltimore Highlights BPD Shortcomings, Judge SaysThe recent murders of Officer Keona Holley and a Safe Streets worker are signs that Baltimore continues to confront “deeply serious” crime and policing issues that have been facilitated by a police department in need of reform, according to U.S. District Court Judge James Bredar.
Safe Streets Worker Among 3 Slain In Baltimore Quadruple ShootingA Safe Streets worker was among three victims slain Wednesday night in a quadruple shooting in East Baltimore, authorities said.
Three Killed, Including Safe Streets Worker, In East Baltimore Quadruple ShootingThree people were killed and one person was injured after a shooting Wednesday night in East Baltimore, police said.
Safe Streets Leader Sees Hope For Baltimore After Violent YearOn Saturday, Mayor Brandon Scott will start the new year by streaming a virtual vigil to remember all of the loved ones lost in 2021 to violence, overdose, COVID-19 and suicide.
Safe Streets Bel-Air Edison Celebrates A Year Without MurderThe homicide rate is up in Baltimore City, but in the Belair-Edison Neighborhood, not a single life was lost to violence this year.