School Safety and Emergency Services

schoolThe goal of the Office of School Safety and Emergency Services is to coordinate prevention and intervention plans and programs designed to help ensure the maintenance of school safety by using all resources effectively and efficiently so that student achievement will be improved for all students. To achieve this goal we must work cooperatively and collaboratively with school system staff, our interagency partners, community members, and parents. Our objectives are to promote increased focus on behavior management through the implementation of character education and behavior management plans, to coordinate and monitor the implementation of programs designed to teach students how to make good decisions, to coordinate initiatives to help prevent, intervene with, and support students who may choose to make destructive decisions, and to monitor the use of grant funds to make sure students benefit from services provided to support them.

“Watch your thoughts, they become your words.  Watch your words, they become your actions.  Watch your actions, they become your habits.  Watch your habits, they become your CHARACTER.  Watch your CHARACTER, it becomes your destiny.”


Additionally, the Office School Safety and Emergency Services, in collaboration with interagency partners, coordinate plans and programs to keep students safe:

Dawn Sheldon
Administrative Secretary

Office of School Safety and Emergency Services
9610 Pulaski Park Drive, Suite 219
Baltimore, MD 21220
Fax: 410-391-9122

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Hotline Other Forms & Hotlines
Immediate Emergency call 911
To report any incident relating to safety in our schools use
Safe Schools Tip Hotline 1-877-636-6332
Text / E-mail
Maryland Suicide and Crisis Hotline 1-800-422-0009
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