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Tee time success

January 17, 2017
TOWSON, MD — The Wroten-McGuinn Golf Committee last year sponsored two golf tournaments supporting Pressley Ridge, a treatment   ...Learn more

32 Graduate from Parole and Probation Academy

December 15, 2016
TOWSON, MD — Thirty-two men and women graduated Wednesday from the Parole and Probation Agent Academy in Sykesville. The new agents completed their seven weeks of   ...Learn more

First yoga teacher training “behind bars” graduates 11 women

December 14, 2016
  TOWSON, MD — Whitney Ingram found yoga in prison when she was incarcerated at Maryland Correctional Institution for Women (MCI-W) from 2007 to 2009. The   ...Learn more

Delivering religious services to 30 denominations

December 13, 2016
TOWSON, MD — Providing religious services to 21,000 inmates in the Maryland prison system makes the 12 days of Christmas seem like a cake walk. Thirty-one   ...Learn more

Parole and Probation Academy graduates 28

October 18, 2016
TOWSON, MD — Twenty-eight men and women joined the front lines of the community safety battle on Friday when the Parole and Probation Academy graduated   ...Learn more

Officers learn to diffuse mental health crisis

October 13, 2016
TOWSON, MD — About 30 correctional officers from around the state spent a week in Cumberland recently learning how to identify and diffuse   ...Learn more

Public Safety goes back to school

September 1, 2016
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
  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
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
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