top of page

Juvenile Crime in Maryland and What’s Being Done

Juvenile Service Meeting
Join Secretary Schiraldi and Senator Sydnor for this event.

In the face of growing concerns regarding juvenile crime rates, the Director of Juvenile Services, Vincent Schiraldi, and Maryland State District 44 Senator Charles Sydnor III have announced a significant meeting scheduled for Tuesday, September 26th at 6:30 pm. The meeting will be held at the MSBC Outreach Center located at 6665 Security Blvd 21207. This meeting aims to address the pressing issue of juvenile crime and discuss the measures being taken to combat it. With the participation of key stakeholders and experts in the field, the meeting holds the promise of fruitful discussions and the formulation of effective strategies to protect our youth and communities.

The meeting serves as a significant step towards addressing the issue of juvenile crime. By bringing together experts, policymakers, and community stakeholders, the meeting aims to foster collaboration, review existing policies, allocate resources effectively, and focus on rehabilitation and reintegration initiatives. It is through these collective efforts that we can hope to create a safer and more prosperous future for our youth.

As concerned citizens, it is our responsibility to support such initiatives and advocate for the implementation of evidence-based strategies that prioritize prevention and rehabilitation. By working hand in hand with our elected officials and community leaders, we can make a meaningful difference in the lives of young individuals and build a society that nurtures and protects its most vulnerable members.

Seating is limited so please RSVP. Please share with family, friends and neighbors. Don't forget to subscribe to for more news, information and events.

Do you think juvenile crime is a problem in your community?

  • 0%Yes

  • 0%No



Featured Posts
Recent Posts
Search By Tags
Follow Us
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • Google+ Basic Square
bottom of page