Baltimore Sun: Police Commissioner Harrison discusses ‘squeegee kids’ and his 5-year crime plan with Baltimore’s business leaders

Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison pushed back March 4 on calls for increased police pressure on the city’s so-called squeegee kids while telling city business leaders about his five-year crime plan. Continue reading
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Baltimore Business Journal: Why Baltimore’s police commissioner takes officers to the Center Club each month

Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison
Every month, Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison takes a group of about 20 of his officers to the Center Club for a meal. Continue reading
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The Daily Record: Harrison seeks to reassure business leaders of progress in reducing crime

Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison sought to reassure business leaders that police are making inroads into reducing the violent crime that has wracked the city for the past five years on March 4. Continue reading
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Baltimore Business Journal: Baltimore Police Aim to Pilot Spy Plane Starting in May 2020

By Ethan McLeod Dec. 20, 2019 The Baltimore Police Department announced Friday it will return a controversial camera-equipped “spy plane” to the skies, as shootings and murders in the city are unrelenting heading into the new year. “We will be the first American city to use this technology in...
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Don Fry Commentary: All hands on deck in Baltimore

As the drumbeat of daily news reminds us, Baltimore continues to see high rates of violent crime for yet another year, especially shootings and homicides. In the past seven days, a 36-year-old man was killed by gunfire in Cherry Hill and two unidentified men were gunned down on the...
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