The monitor observing reforms to the Baltimore Police Department has told a legislative committee that dysfunction in the department is so deep and widespread that it will take longer to fix than anticipated.Read More »
A Baltimore Police commander who was under investigation last summer for misappropriating money from a nonprofit is now suing the police department, alleging her due process rights were violated under the Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights, according to court ...
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The plaintiffs in a federal lawsuit against a former Gun Trace Task Force officer are accusing the Baltimore Police Department of changing their arguments in motion to dismiss filings and say the judge should strike the latest response. One of ...Read More »
The Baltimore mayor's nominee to be the city's next police commissioner on Monday abruptly withdrew his name from consideration, the latest setback to the beleaguered force where leadership instability has become the norm.Read More »
Baltimore is asking for Maryland’s top court to be allowed to answer novel questions of state law involved in federal litigation over damages to businesses sustained in riots in April 2015. U.S. District Judge George L. Russell III sided with ...Read More »
Editor’s Note: This headline and article have been corrected to note that Jeffry E. Taylor is a Baltimore Police officer, not a former one. A Baltimore Police officer is suing the department, claiming it retaliated against him when he reported an ...Read More »
The federal judge overseeing the Baltimore consent decree refused to postpone deadlines while the U.S. Department of Justice grapples with the government shutdown that began Dec. 21, but work should continue under the department’s contingency plan. Submissions are due this ...Read More »