Buzoncrime

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"The past is never dead. It's not even past".---William Faulkner. A blog with thoughts about security, crime, police an...

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The State's Attorney's election: what was at stake?

[...] sign for Bernstein in the front yard of his North Baltimore row house, since he is not the police commissioner, he was able to do it without any controversy. I voted for (along with my beautiful wife) [...]

The police respond: burglary is not decriminalized! And: correction: they never ...

[...] department. His radio call sign is "Unit 2"--thus he is directly under the Police Commissioner (our Mencken-like, straight-talkin', ice hockey playin' top cop). This official [...]

Thoughts and observations about crime and security around Town

[...] of Baltimore's biggest snow storms have been in March. We're really glad to hear that the Police Commissioner is going to focus more attention on robberies. I've always thought that that is the crime [...]

City needs better quality of life, not flashy events

[...] Buz wonders: how much police resources are going to be drawn from the districts in order to support this [...]

The alarm people are back: alarming!

[...] business. Please see: http://buzoncrime.blogspot.com/2008/06/alarm-sales-in-neighborhood.html Buz wonders if they are licensed to do alarms in Maryland. I wonder if anyone has ever tested one of their [...]

A cynic's review of recent crime news

[...] , bravely averring that officers on horseback are too distant and formidable. Well, Buz wonders if the Mounted Unit is subjected to the same sorts of scrutiny which other units are at [...]

Crime news is rampant !

[...] mentions people who have had charges modified and plead guilty to lesser charges, etc. Buz wonders if she ever engaged in plea bargaining when she was a prosecutor for all those years. [...]

Odds and Ends from scraps of thought re: crime and police and security in Baltim...

[...] to community associations on this very subject, home burglaries, including folks in Rodgers Forge and Bellona-Gittings in North Baltimore. One doctor who works and teaches at Hopkins medicine [...]

Thoughts and observations about crime and security around Town

[...] if he would come and speak to them about securing their homes better. And I did: my talk at Rodgers Forge Elementary School, with 25-30 residents, lasted about an hour and a half, including question [...]

Hopkins Slasher, Kennedy Krieger hand and bag Shooting, Police crotch shooting: ...

[...] in shambles, things will probably get worse before they get better. I wonder about the criminal justice system, not just the police, and how many, many repeat offenders are out there, who may have [...]

The State's Attorney's election: what was at stake?

[...] had no interest in the war room--a regular meeting where, supposedly, the players in the criminal justice system came together to try to figure out how to combat these dangerous, repeated criminals [...]

Fund raiser for hit and run victim!

[...] was fractured in several places. A roofer working nearby saw it, but could not get the tag number. Quick response from Baltimore City fire/ems units probably saved her life, as she was [...]

The perils of a small business in Baltimore

[...] storage place got a pretty good picture of the driver's face, his tattoo, and best of all the tag number of the car. Sounds like enough for a search warrant to me. And, the storage firm had an auction [...]

The police respond: burglary is not decriminalized! And: correction: they never ...

[...] the parking lot of the storage facility using the wrong code: security cameras captured his car tag number, the tattoo on his arm, and his face. He and some buddies also came back a different day when [...]

Thoughts and observations about crime and security around Town

[...] were trying to get into the place using the wrong code at the barrier gate. They got the tag number of the car, a guy's face, and his tattoo on his arm. All this info was given to the city [...]

Twas the night before New Year's and all thru the city...........

[...] probably read Peter Hermann's piece in the Sun about this issue. Early on in my time in the police department, I attended roll call one New Year's Eve in the Western District, and the sergeant giving [...]

The police respond: burglary is not decriminalized! And: correction: they never ...

[...] as the person who holds that position is known, is in charge of day to day operations in the police department. His radio call sign is "Unit 2"--thus he is directly under the Police [...]

Crime news is rampant !

[...] yeah, there seems to be a lot of problems with discipline and disciplinary processes in the police department here (and probably elsewhere), but you know, you are not going to eliminate discretion [...]

Buz gets dispersed!

[...] agree with him, but you must obey him. So, Buz, who spent nearly 30 years in the Baltimore Police Department, gets dispersed. Yeah, his arrest might have been dropped and illegal, but who [...]

Crime news is rampant !

[...] that the website Investigative Voice is determined to convince its readers that the Baltimore Police Department is an unusual hotbed of racism, sexism, KKK members, and what...............? We just [...]

Ruminations on the shooting at Hopkins Hospital--a watershed event for hospital ...

[...] I saw a tweet coming over that a doctor was shot at JHH. Immediately, Justine Fenton and Peter Hermann began making crime tweets and reports, along with lots of otehr people. Of course, [...]

Twas the night before New Year's and all thru the city...........

[...] out his trusty shotgun and fired several rounds off into the air. Many of you probably read Peter Hermann's piece in the Sun about this issue. Early on in my time in the police department, I attended [...]

A cynic's review of recent crime news

[...] : The story about the police horses seems to have taken just about the entire hour of Peter Hermann's time on WYPR yesterday. Um, it didn't really seem a lot like journalism; more like an [...]

The police respond: burglary is not decriminalized! And: correction: they never ...

[...] can read the posting just before this one, but the key point is that my friend's keys to his storage unit and the code were stolen during the burglary. He quickly called and had the code changed after [...]

The perils of a small business in Baltimore

[...] on camera and pushed and entered and fooled around with the key pad trying to get into the storage unit yard. Were these guys bold or what? Now, the camera at the storage place got a pretty good [...]

Baltimore and its future: crime and the attack on bicyclists

[...] on the back for looking backward and sponsoring the past: the silly Grand Prix race in downtown Baltimore. (Nascar has been losing attendance at many venues.) Wouldn't it have been wonderful [...]

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The State's Attorney's election: what was at stake?

[...] sign for Bernstein in the front yard of his North Baltimore row house, since he is not the police commissioner, he was able to do it without any controversy. I voted for (along with my beautiful wife) [...]

The police respond: burglary is not decriminalized! And: correction: they never ...

[...] department. His radio call sign is "Unit 2"--thus he is directly under the Police Commissioner (our Mencken-like, straight-talkin', ice hockey playin' top cop). This official [...]

Thoughts and observations about crime and security around Town

[...] of Baltimore's biggest snow storms have been in March. We're really glad to hear that the Police Commissioner is going to focus more attention on robberies. I've always thought that that is the crime [...]

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