Baltimore County Police to Get Body CamerasBaltimore County is going to be equipping more than 1,400 of its officers with body cameras by 2017.
Panel Recommends Policies for Police Body CamerasA Maryland commission says recordings from police body cameras should be released as required by the state's public information act law.
D.C. Mayor Backs Releasing Certain Police Body Cam FootageDistrict of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser has proposed that footage from police body cameras be made available to the public if the encounter with police happened in a public place.
Maryland Official: Videos of Police Acts Are Public RecordsVideos of police actions recorded by body cameras are "clearly public records" that fall under the Maryland Public Information Act, the chairman of a state commission said Tuesday.
Body Cameras Among Frederick Police Chief's PrioritiesThe new police chief in Frederick says his priorities include reducing violent crime and investigating gang activity.
D.C. Council Wants to Scale Back Police Body CamerasThe D.C. Council is proposing scaling back the body-camera program for city police until the department shows it's ready.
Senate to Hold Hearings on Police Body CamerasThe Senate is planning to hold hearings on the police use of body cameras, as protests over the death of a black man in police custody continue in a nearby city.
Baltimore Commissioner Wants Camera Program by End of YearBaltimore City Police Commissioner Anthony Batts says he'll work to get a pilot program for police body cameras started in the city by the end of the year.
Baltimore Recommends 6-Month Pilot for Police Body CamerasBaltimore City has its recommendations in place to move forward with equipping police officers with body cameras.
Baltimore County Studying Body Cameras for PoliceOfficials in Baltimore County will study having police wear body cameras.
Baltimore Mayor Vetoes Police Body Camera BillBaltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has vetoed a bill to make city police officers wear body cameras.