1/16/08 Baltimore City Police Commissioner Frederick Bealefeld

Baltimore City's 36th police commissioner has a lot of work to do to keep the homicide rate from following last year's trend, when it was the highest since 1999.  He's going to be in the studio today to discuss his plans, which include using community engagement, targeted enforcement, and strong partnerships. We're taking your questions for Baltimore City Police Commissioner Frederick Bealefeld.  Join us at Noon. -Jessica

Baltimore City’s 36th police commissioner has a lot of work to do to keep the homicide rate from following last year’s trend, when it was the highest since 1999.  He’s going to be in the studio today to discuss his plans, which include using community engagement, targeted enforcement, and strong partnerships. We’re taking your questions for Baltimore City Police Commissioner Frederick Bealefeld.  Join us at Noon.

-Jessica

Written by Marc Steiner

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4 Comments

  1. martin says:

    Lowering homicide rate shows that O’Malley was all wrong on crime. Truth tellers like Delegate Jill Carter, ACLU, NAACP, Dr.Tyrone Powers tried to change it, but O’Malleyites in the city couldn’t handle the truth. I guess some people would rather turn blind eyes to staggering murders than believe the truth that O’Malley’s failed policies were the root of problem.

  2. Assissotom says:

    I would love to hear more about this …

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