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Office of Internal Oversight  

By Office of Internal Oversight
Friday, June 6, 2014; 12:00 am

 

Office of Internal Oversight (OIO)
Commander Colonel Garnell Green
601 E. Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 637-8823



To maintain organizational transparency, improve performance and increase accountability, the Baltimore Police Department’s Office of Internal Oversight (OIO) is tasked with responding, investigating and reporting police categorical use of force incidents.  OIO will update this site regularly with data related to categorical use of force incidents, which is defined as actions taken by a Baltimore police officer that may result in serious physical injury or death.
 
Beginning in January 2014, the OIO implemented a new Force Investigation Team (FIT) to thoroughly and impartially review these incidents, including shootings, and other categorical uses of force where the injury may be directly attributed to the use of force by an officer and requires the individual's admission to a hospital.  The maps below show the 2014 incidents that FIT responded to related to homicides (first map) and shootings (second map). 

It is important to note that officer involved shootings and other categorical uses of force do not occur in a vacuum. Officers are more likely to face armed individuals or volatile situations where their lives or the lives of the public are in jeopardy in areas were violent crime is more frequent. As shown in the maps, many of the incidents investigated by the Force Investigation Team or FIT (red circles) correspond to places where homicides (green circles) and shootings (pink circles) occurred and demonstrate the challenges that officers face on a daily basis. As the year progresses and once the investigation is concluded, additional details on each incident will be posted to this site.

The following are maps created within the Open Baltimore website.  You have the ability to zoom in and out of the maps using the zoom tool on the left side of the map.  You can click within each district to see a pop-up with the district name.  If you click on the black title bar on top of the map, you will link directly to the map within Open Baltimore in order to use additional features associated with the map.



2014 FIT Investigation Locations and 2014 Homicides

 
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2014 FIT Investigation Locations and 2014 Shootings

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 FIT Investigations

Date
CC#
District
Locations
Type
1/13/2014
143A00512
ED
1800 E Lanvale St
Shooting
1/26/2014
142A10366
SED
319 Ballou Ct
Taser
2/3/2014
143B01019
ED
2800 E Chase St
Shooting
2/12/2014
146B04997
NWD
2500 Liberty Heights Ave
Shooting
2/12/2014
148B05036
SWD
1801 Spence St
Shooting
2/21/2014
143B08290
ED
300 Centre St
Shooting
3/6/2014
 145C01988 ND1200 W Northern Pkwy
 Discharge
3/26/2014
144C11108
NED
4200 Anntana Ave
Vehicle
4/4/2014
143D01711
ED
1745 Darley Ave
Fall/Head Injury
 4/29/2014 201440429M0061 (PA)  300 Brentwood Ave, York PA +
 Shooting
5/7/2014
144E03302
NED
5601 Loch Raven Blvd
Taser
5/16/2014
143E07568
ED
1200 Ensor St
Shooting
 5/20/2014 141E05083CD
 1800 N Calvert St
 Vehicle
5/27/2014
143E13006
ED
1100 E Preston St
Vehicle
 6/6/2014 147F00214 WD 100 N Fremont Ave
 Shooting
 6/13/2014 141F05906 CD Unit W Preston St
 Shooting(Animal)
 6/15/2014 146F06956
NWD
 5000 Beaufort Ave
 Shooting
 7/1/2014 147G00258 WD 1300 N Fremont Ave Vehicle


+ Not included in map as this occurred beyond the geographical boundaries of Baltimore City.

 

 


Updated: 07/14/14; 7:22 am


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