Panelists at the MACo Winter Conference session, “The Lifesaving Power of Public Safety Partnerships,” will discuss the many vitally important ways county public safety agencies work together to keep communities safe and residents alive.
The Lifesaving Power of Public Safety Partnerships
Description: In today’s world of complex threats to the public, local public safety agencies must present a coordinated response in any number of situations to protect the lives and well-being of Maryland residents. County police officers, correctional officers, firefighters, EMTs, and emergency managers play a part in all sorts of dangerous situations – from active shooter encounters to weather disaster response and recovery. The lives of those in your community depend on the strength and unity of these teams. In this session, learn how county professionals in the public safety field are forming partnerships and working together to save lives.
- Henry Stawinski, Chief, Prince George’s County Police Department
- Mary Lou McDonough, Director, Prince George’s County Department of Corrections
- Anna Sierra, Director of Emergency Services, Dorchester County
- Clay Stamp, Director of Emergency Services, Talbot County
Date/Time: Thursday, January 3, 2019; 9:00 am – 10:15 am
The MACo Winter Conference will be held January 2-4, 2019 at the Hyatt in Cambridge, Maryland. This year’s theme is, “Charting the Course.”
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