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  • Domestic Preparedness Journal Takes an In-Depth Look at MOEM in their Latest Publication

    Published: November 08, 2014

    Domestic Preparedness Journal shadowed Baltimore MOEM's activities over the course of several months to put together an all-encompassing article about how the office coordinates activities throughout the city to build resilient communities, respond to emergencies, and manage special events. Read their article by clicking here.

  • American Red Cross and Baltimore City Partner for National Fire Prevention Week

    Published: October 08, 2014

    In celebration of National Fire Prevention Week the American Red Cross and the Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management have partnered on a door knocking campaign to deliver smoke alarms and fire preparedness materials to the Barclay Greenmount East neighborhood. This neighborhood was selected because of the high number of home fires each year. The Baltimore City Fire Department and Baltimore City Police Department are also participating and will have at least one representative on each of the outreach teams.

  • Water Rescue Exercise

    Published: July 14, 2014

    (BALTIMORE) On Wednesday, July 16, 2014, federal, state and local public safety agencies will conduct a full-scale exercise based on response to a distressed passenger vessel in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.  This exercise, which will take place from 8:00 a.m. until noon in the water near the 3200 block of Boston Street in Canton. The exercise will focus primarily on preparing emergency responders to effectively respond to a large-scale water rescue incident in the Inner Harbor.

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