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Public Safety goes back to school

September 1, 2016
AD1_3856 TOWSON, MD — It’s back to school time and the Department of Public Safety is helping out some of its neighbors in Baltimore City. Staff   ...Learn more

Correctional Officers of the Month recover phones, drugs, and more

August 1, 2016
RCIEmployeeOfthemonth   TOWSON, MD – Congratulations to the Roxbury Correctional Institution’s Employees of the Month, COII Ryan Thomas, COII Richard Hague, and COII Shawn Pendergast. In late June, the   ...Learn more

Teenager takes time for America’s VetDogs

June 13, 2016
VetDogsMariott TOWSON, MD — The Public Safety community reaches beyond our employees, as is demonstrated by 14-year-old Andrew Marriott. For his Eagle Scout badge, the Boy Scout   ...Learn more

Public Safety veteran focuses on stick-up men — and men with sticks

May 20, 2016
PhilRosettiLacrosse TOWSON, MD — In his “day job,” Public Safety veteran Phil Rossetti faces plenty of stress. As a key intel officer assigned to work with Baltimore   ...Learn more

Honor Guard represents Public Safety at annual Wreath Laying Ceremony

May 7, 2016
HonorGuard4 Washington, D.C. – The Jessup Correctional Institution Honor Guard was again asked to participate in the National Correctional Employees Week Wreath Laying Ceremony. Saturday, May 7 was   ...Learn more

Stealth agency keeps Baltimore streets safer for 50 years

March 21, 2016
AD1_2797 Robert Weisengoff views his Pretrial Release Services Program in Baltimore as the stealth unit of the Department of Public Safety and Correctional   ...Learn more

Clearing the record through expungement

March 1, 2016
AD2_6154 TOWSON, MD — Rishawn White doesn’t view her position as the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services’ expungement manager to be a   ...Learn more

Black History Month: Celebrating Marylanders

February 8, 2016
Marshall TOWSON, MD — In honor of Black History Month, the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services remembers Thurgood Marshall (1908-1993). The first African American   ...Learn more

Inmates wash bras for breast cancer research

February 5, 2016
Inmates fold, stack and box bras going to
women’s shelters. The new and gently used bras were collected in October at Plaza Ford in Bel Air. Over $5,500 in donations raised went to Upper Chesapeake Cancer LifeNet. TOWSON, MD – Inmates from the Central Maryland Correctional Facility washed and packaged over 3,000 bras Thursday February 4, 2016, as part of the annual “Bras for a   ...Learn more

Crime Fighters Honored

December 11, 2015
Law enforcement officers at awards luncheon. Towson, MD — Forty-seven law enforcement agencies, officers, citizens, and community groups were honored at the annual Governor’s Crime Prevention Awards. The   ...Learn more