RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Safety of Citizens

A collection of news and information related to Safety of Citizens published by this site and its partners.

Top Safety of Citizens Articles

Displaying items 121-132
  • City school police seek better benefits for injuries in line of duty

    City school police seek better benefits for injuries in line of duty
    When city school police officer Joseph Baribeault attempted to arrest two combative students at the old Greenspring Middle School, he ended up injured at the bottom of two flights of concrete stairs. Even though the city has acknowledged his disabilities...
  • Hidden Maryland: Howard County police training center

    Hidden Maryland: Howard County police training center
    Near the cornfields on Old Frederick and Sand Hill roads in Marriottsville stands a slice of suburbia, and there's often trouble brewing. Some drunk might be getting out of hand at The Greene Turtle. An armed robber could be holding up the Columbia...
  • Fourth incident of sexual assault reported on Columbia paths

    Fourth incident of sexual assault reported on Columbia paths
    A woman was groped last week on an east Columbia footpath, marking the fourth similar type of sexual assault in that area in a four-week span, according to Howard County Police. Police believe all four incidents, on footpaths in Owen Brown and Long...
  • City officials consider earlier youth curfew

    City officials consider earlier youth curfew
    Top city leaders are supporting an effort to tighten Baltimore's curfew law that could require children younger than 14 to be off the street as early as 9 p.m. Councilman Brandon M. Scott introduced legislation Monday that would abolish the city's...
  • Baltimore police 'Public Enemy No. 1' becomes outreach tool

    Baltimore police 'Public Enemy No. 1' becomes outreach tool
    At a news conference convened on a bluff overlooking the photogenic Inner Harbor, two top-ranking Baltimore police commanders stood before a bank of television cameras and revealed the identity of a shooting suspect they were seeking. They called him...
  • Staying safe with summer DIY projects

    Staying safe with summer DIY projects
    I have several summer home improvement projects on my list. Any tips on where to start and how to get everything done? Start with safety. After several eye injuries and a dislocated shoulder, Lou Manfredini, TV's 'Mr. Fix-It,' has become an advocate for...
  • AAA issues warning about leaving children in hot cars

    AAA issues warning about leaving children in hot cars
    AAA Mid-Atlantic today released a list of safety tips to help parents and care givers remember to never leave a child unattended in a car. Their advice comes on the heels of the heartbreaking death on Friday of a 16-month-old girl in Baltimore County. She...
  • Va. woman dies after arrest on animal cruelty charges

    Va. woman dies after arrest on animal cruelty charges
    An attorney for a 62-year-old Virginia woman who died recently of chronic liver disease said he will sue the state corrections system for allegedly failing to appropriately tend to her medical needs after she was arrested on animal cruelty charges....
  • Neuman vetoes non-negotiated pension perk for firefighters

    Neuman vetoes non-negotiated pension perk for firefighters
    Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman has vetoed a bill that would boost a retirement perk for public safety unions because she said the County Council improperly added a firefighters' union to the bill even though the union hadn't asked for it....
  • At violent summer's end, weary city grapples with the toll

    At violent summer's end, weary city grapples with the toll
    Fourteen-year-old Troy Neal grew up in Baltimore. It’s where his friends are, where he scraped his knees learning to skateboard in Carroll Park, and where he had planned to attend Mount St. Joseph’s High School this fall. It’s also...
  • Thirteen murderers released after court ruling

    Thirteen murderers released after court ruling
    Thirteen inmates convicted of murder have been released from prison — and dozens more could be freed — after Maryland's highest court ruled that jurors had been given improper instructions in the decades-old cases. The Court of Appeals...
  • Neuman: Fire fighters union circumvented collective bargaining

    Neuman: Fire fighters union circumvented collective bargaining
    The Anne Arundel County government recently negotiated mutually agreeable contracts with 12 of the 13 unions that represent our workers during labor union talks. The Local 1563 International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) would have been the 13th,...