ANNAPOLIS, MD (January 12, 2011) – Governor Martin O’Malley will convene the final forum in the “Maryland Forward” series tomorrow to shape policy as Maryland transitions into a new economy and the O’Malley-Brown Administration prepares for a second term. Tomorrow’s forum will focus on homeland security and public safety, bringing together law enforcement stakeholders and industry experts, generating concrete actions and recommendations that support the Administration’s strategic goals.
Tomorrow’s “Maryland Forward” forum on security and safety will be held at the Navy-Marine Corps Stadium. Governor O’Malley will open the session in the morning and later facilitate a discussion in the afternoon surrounding the major recommendations from the day’s work sessions.
As Governor O’Malley prepares for a second term, the “Maryland Forward” forum series includes stakeholders and experts in five broad areas that have served as priority areas for the O’Malley-Brown Administration. The forums gather the input of various stakeholders, including recommendations for legislative in areas including jobs and the economy; skills and education; sustainability; children and health; and public safety and security.
WHAT: Governor O’Malley to host “Maryland Forward” forum on public safety and homeland security
WHEN: TOMORROW, Thursday, January 13, 2011
9:00- 9:45 Morning Planning Session, Remarks by Governor O’Malley
10:00- 12:45 Breakout Sessions
1:00- 3:00 Presentation and discussion with Governor O’Malley
WHERE: Navy-Marine Corps Stadium
Enter Gate 5
550 Taylor Avenue