Baltimore City Council approved changing boundaries to the city's nine police districts. It's the first major change to the city's police districts in more than 50 years.

Redrawing the boundaries of the city's police districts is part of the BPD’s plan to reimagine policing in Baltimore.

Police officials believe the new districts will allow the BPD to manage law enforcement resources more efficiently, so officers can respond to crime faster; create a better balance between calls for service and geographic areas; as well as maintain a constant presence in high-crime areas and increase patrols.

The new police map shows the Eastern, Central, and Western Districts would grow and that 18 neighborhoods previously divided are now reunited.... Read More: WMAR2NEWS