Today with Dr. Kaye: Baltimore violence, crime prevention resources and witness protection
Today with Dr. Kaye
BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA) — Marilyn Mosby, the 25th State’s Attorney for Baltimore City, joins Dr. Kaye to discuss Baltimore gun violence, c rime prevention resources and witness and victim services. “For the first time, the mayor, the commissioner, myself, we agree that we need to focus our time and our attention on violent individuals, victim crimes…. I want police responding to 14-year-olds that are being shot in broad daylight not individuals who are smoking weed", Mosby shares. The State’s Attorney says for far too long, Baltimore has utilized resources on low level offenses that have nothing to do with public safety. “We can’t continue to do the same thing and expect different results, “ Mosby says. During the discussion, Mosby reveals she was caught in the middle of shooting Monday night while en route to pick up her child. “I live in the heart of west Baltimore, I don’t have to turn on the news and open up the newspaper to see the violence plaguing my community, all I have to do is
Baltimore violence: Transforming lives, sustaining programs that work (episode 344)
2:33: Cory McCray, a member of the Maryland House of Delegates from East Baltimore, talks about what got him off the streets where he sold drugs as a young man — his mother, an apprenticeship program, and an inspiring community leader in Belair-Edison.15:19: Anthony Smith, executive director of Cities United, talks about a national effort to reduce violence among African-American men and boys in more than 100 communities across the country, a collaboration of mayors to identify best practices and sustain them over a generation or more.47:33: Joe Ehrmann, former Baltimore Colt defensive tackle, minister, coach and motivational speaker, talks about the InSideOut Initiative to bring a big change in coaching philosophy to high schools, including Baltimore's. Partnered with the Ravens, the program aims to instill character development and moral leadership in student-athletes by breaking through the win-at-all-costs coaching approach too common in youth sports.