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00000176-4d06-d3bc-a977-4f6ee7e10000 "On The Watch: Fixing The Fractured Relationship Between Baltimore's Police And Its Communities" is a special series from the WYPR newsroom. Please email the reporter at [email protected] with any comments or suggestions.This special series is supported by grants from the Bendit Family Foundation, Sig and Barbara Shapiro, The Zanvyl and Isabelle Krieger Fund, and Open Society Institute-Baltimore.

Video: Will Baltimore's Dirt Bike Riders and The Police Commissioner Come Together?

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This video is part of a special WYPR newsroom series entitled "On The Watch:  Fixing the Fractured Relationship Between Baltimore's Police and Its Communities".  Mary Rose Madden is the reporter on this year long series.

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This year-long special series On the Watch is funded by the Bendit Family Foundation, Sig and Barbara Shapiro, The Zanvyl and Isabelle Krieger Foundation, and the Open Society Institute – Baltimore.

  • Filmed and edited by Abeni Nazeer
  • B-roll footage from youtube video "Baltimore police ride - along taking a temperature in the western district"
  • B-roll footage from youtube video:  "Baltimore policing has changed since the riots"
  • "Baltimore bike life dirtbike capital wheel deal"
  • "Riding with 12 o'clock boys from New York Times
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