MD Correctional Enterprises (MCE) Meat Plant Continues its Tradition of Giving Back During Thanksgiving
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DPSCS Secretary Carolyn J. Scruggs and Attorney General Anthony Brown Visit MCTC Facility to Witness Programming
The Maryland State Commission on Criminal Sentencing Policy (MSCCSP) will host its annual public comments hearing on December 5, 2023.
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Becoming a correctional officer with the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services is an honorable profession.
The state of Maryland complies with the Federal Bureau of Investigation Privacy Act policies regarding the retaining, use and disclosure of fingerprints submitted for employment, licensing or other purposes.
The Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services is responsible for the custody of Pretrial Detainees, Incarcerated Individuals , and Supervised Offenders.
The Incarcerated Individual Locator enables members of the public to learn the housing location of incarcerated individuals committed to the custody of the Commissioner of Correction and currently housed at Division of Correction facilities.
The Department of Public Safety is comprised of 22 Units that are dedicated to service the entire state of Maryland. Each department strives to deliver optimal customer care and stay true to the mission which is to serve the public.
The Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services is honored to be the steward of the Maryland Survivor Benefit Program which provides death benefits to surviving families of Maryland first responders lost in the line of duty.
Find published reports, narratives and informational documents prepared by DPSCS divisions and agencies. Looking for existing documents not found on our website? See regulations for Public Information Act Requests through DPSCS.
The Maryland Sex Offender Registry Website is one of many important tools that families can use to protect themselves, their children, and those they care for from individuals with criminal sexual behaviors.
Volunteers at Public Safety bring a variety of skills to our offenders - they teach yoga, parenting skills, help prepare those on their way home for their job search - but there is one thing they all have in common: a dedication to improving the lives of others.