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Home Local Maryland Government Announcement Originally published February 01, 2010

GOVERNOR MARTIN O’MALLEY, DC MAYOR ADRIAN FENTY TO MEET TO DISCUSS REGIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY STRATEGY



ANNAPOLIS, MD (February 1, 2010) – Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley and Washington, DC Mayor Adrian M. Fenty will meet this morning to discuss ongoing efforts to enhance cross-border coordination in improving public safety throughout the region.  Following the private meeting, the two leaders and public safety officials will be available for media.

In April of last year, the leaders announced the establishment of regular joint sessions that will focus on implementing regional commitments to public safety and other initiatives, and measuring the attainment of the regional goals through Maryland’s StateStat office and the District’s CapStat program.  These regional public safety commitments include information-sharing on high risk offenders, expediting the execution of warrants for individuals wanted by another jurisdiction, tracking progress on monitoring repeat violent offenders and other issues.


 
WHAT:  Governor O’Malley, Mayor Fenty to hold media availability following regional public safety meeting
 
WHEN:  TODAY, Monday, February 01, 2010 at 10:30 a.m.
 
WHERE:   Maryland StateStat
Jeffrey Building
Fourth Floor
16 Francis St
Annapolis