Five of the officers will still face disciplinary trials within the police department, the Associated Press said. They begin Oct. 30.
By Erica R. Hendry
A federal judge approved an agreement Friday to make changes to the Baltimore Police Department, aimed at cracking down on the use of excessive force and racial profiling.
By Synclaire Cruel
The Justice Department asked a federal judge for more time to "review and assess" a proposed agreement to overhaul the Baltimore police department, saying it needed to determine how it might conflict with the agenda of new Attorney General Jeff…
By Sadie Gurman and Eric Tucker, Associated Press
Violence last year following the death of Freddie Gray, a black man who died after being injured in police custody, exposed Baltimore’s health divide as well as its criminal justice differences, officials said. Gray’s family had won a settlement for…
By Jay Hancock, Kaiser Health News
The Justice Department released a blistering report Wednesday, spelling out a long pattern of racial discrimination by the Baltimore Police Department. An investigation of policing from 2010 to 2015 has revealed an unmistakable picture of disparities. Gwen Ifill gets reaction…
By Larisa Epatko
A Justice Department report released Wednesday found “longstanding, systemic” deficiencies in the Baltimore Police Department that failed to provide officers with resources to collect information and do their jobs. Read the full report.
By PBS NewsHour
Prosecutors dropped the charges against the three remaining officers awaiting trial in the death of Freddie Gray and former Baltimore prosecutor Debbie Hines says that, with three others already acquitted, Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby likely expected the same result.
Prosecutors on Wednesday dropped all remaining charges against the three Baltimore police officers still awaiting trial in the death of Freddie Gray, whose neck was broken as he was transported unrestrained in the back of a police van in April…
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