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File #: 22-0107R    Version: 0 Name: Informational Hearing - School Safety
Type: City Council Resolution Status: In Committee
File created: 5/16/2022 In control: Education Workforce and Youth
On agenda: Final action:
Enactment #:
Title: Informational Hearing - School Safety For the purpose of inviting representatives from the Baltimore City Public School System, the Baltimore Police Department, the Baltimore City School Police, the Baltimore Fire Department, including the Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Division, the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement, the Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City, the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services, the Mayor’s Office of African American Male Engagement, the Mayor’s Office of Children and Family Success, and the Community Action Partnership to brief the City Council regarding safety in our schools, current safety measurers and future steps to take to keep our students and school staff safe.
Sponsors: Robert Stokes, Sr., Phylicia Porter, Odette Ramos, John T. Bullock, James Torrence, Danielle N. McCray, Mark Conway, Sharon Green Middleton, Antonio Glover
Indexes: Informational Hearing, Safety, School
Attachments: 1. 22-0107R~1st Reader, 2. 22-0107R Fire Dept, 3. MONSE 22-0107R, 4. MOCFS 22-0107R, 5. BPD 22-0107R, 6. XX Final Synopsis 22-0107R 8 25 22, 7. XX Hand out #1 Presentation BCPS 22-0107R 8 25 22, 8. XX Final Hearing Notes 22-0107R 8 25 22
* Warning: This is an unofficial, introductory copy of the bill.
The official copy considered by the City Council is the first reader copy.
Introductory*

City of Baltimore
Council Bill R
(Resolution)

Introduced by: Councilmember Stokes



A Resolution Entitled

A Council Resolution concerning
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Informational Hearing - School Safety
For the purpose of inviting representatives from the Baltimore City Public School System, the Baltimore Police Department, the Baltimore City School Police, the Baltimore Fire Department, including the Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Division, the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement, the Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City, the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services, the Mayor’s Office of African American Male Engagement, the Mayor’s Office of Children and Family Success, and the Community Action Partnership to brief the City Council regarding safety in our schools, current safety measurers and future steps to take to keep our students and school staff safe.
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The Baltimore City Public School System is charged with the responsibility of keeping 77,000 students, 8,000 employees, service providers, and numerous visitors safe. Absent a learning, teaching, and working environment that is safe, students cannot achieve academically and will experience physical, social, and emotional consequences.

The responsibility of student safety cannot be isolated to the Baltimore City Public School System. Life does not stop at the schoolhouse doors. Improving the overall public health of youth must be addressed collectively by all individuals and institutions that impact the lives o...

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