Baltimore Police Department

Policing

Baltimore cops charged in Freddie Gray's death want the Supreme Court to hear their case

Five of the exonerated officers tried to sue state attorney Marilyn Mosby, but she was protected by prosecutorial immunity
Tess Owen
10.8.18
Policing

Baltimore cop resigns after video shows him repeatedly pummeling a man in the head

The 30-second video shows the cop, a black man, repeatedly punching another black man in the head.
Rex Santus
8.13.18
Freddie Gray

DOJ declines to charge officers in Freddie Gray death due to “insufficient evidence”

Alexa Liautaud
9.12.17
Policing

Watch Baltimore cops allegedly plant drug evidence yet again

It's the second time in two weeks.
Tess Owen
8.2.17
police misconduct

Video shows Baltimore cop apparently planting heroin at arrest scene

Tess Owen
7.20.17
Features

How a Dirty Baltimore Cop's Vendetta Derailed a Promising Rapper's Career

Young Moose has been tapped as the “Baltimore Boosie.” So why, at the beginning of 2017, was he working at a mall’s embroidery shop?
Lawrence Burney
5.10.17
Police reform

Jeff Sessions is “gravely concerned” that Baltimore is getting the federal police reform it wanted

Tess Owen
4.7.17
Policing

“1930s-style gangsters”: Baltimore cops indicted on federal racketeering charges

Tess Owen
3.2.17
Power

Baltimore Police Can't Explain Why Their All-Seeing Spy Planes Were Kept Secret

Baltimore has had “Google Earth With TiVo capability” since January, but avoided public scrutiny thanks to a private donation from two Texas billionaires.
Janus Rose
8.25.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Baltimore Cops Have Been Secretly Watching Citizens from the Sky

Police decided not to tell anybody about the military-grade technology keeping tabs on Baltimore.
VICE Staff
8.24.16
americas

Racial bias found in 'every stage' of Baltimore policing

The Department of Justice spent one year investigating the BPD, and here are some of the most shocking statistics it published.
Tess Owen
8.10.16
officer involved

Baltimore police lieutenant is the latest cop acquitted in the death of Freddie Gray

Brian Rice, the most senior officer put on trial for Gray's death, faced charges of involuntary manslaughter, office misconduct, and second-degree reckless assault.
VICE News
7.18.16
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