Pattern-or-practice investigation will seek to rebuild community trust with police
“I want to thank Deputy Commissioner Jeronimo 'Jerry' Rodriguez for his dedicated service to the people of Baltimore City. A truly exceptional…
Mayor Rawlings-Blake announces recommendations for implementing a body camera program for the Baltimore Police Department; working group recommends a pilot program to fully vet policies and practices
Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Commissioner Batts announce the new police schedule. A new deployment plan will put more officers on the streets and increase community engagement.
"I am deeply saddened by the shootings of two police officers in New York City and troubled to learn of the suspect's connection to another crime so close to...
"I applaud President Obama for taking concrete steps that will further efforts already underway in Baltimore to bring more accountability and transparency to policing..."
Working group will explore all aspects of potential implementation of a body camera program within the Baltimore Police Department.
Reducing violence remains the number one priority of my administration. So far this year, we have seen one of the lowest mid-year homicide counts in nearly three decades.
On May 12, 2014, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Police Commissioner Anthony Batts hosted a Public Safety Forum in the Baltimore Police Department's Southwestern District.