Colleen Moore

Kevin Gallaher

Meghan Cardoso

Elizabeth Weber

David McGill

Laura Dykes

Scott Kashnow

Wayne Harris

Howard Hughes

Lifebridge Health Violence Response, Reduction, and Prevention Programs

Colleen shared the presentation on the programs and resources provided through Lifebridge:


Howard asked how folks are connected with the domestic violence services–can be connected through screening at the hospital, and would have the opportunity to have a face to face connection with program staff. Take a victim centered approach and let the victim take the lead with what they need (safety plan etc). Unlike the community violence program do not work with perpetrators and victims at the same time


Colleen and committee discussed the ways in which having Safe Streets programs under shared umbrellas (Lifebridge and Catholic Charities) will support the mission. 


David asked about moving gun violence response program in schools–can’t speak  to the details but the goal is to have an ecosystem of violence prevention 


Laura asked about Safe Streets expansion–was a recent assessment, Safe Streets program follows hotspots for violence 


Scott asked about one page of resources–sent out this morning 


911 Update (Wayne Harris)

911 can get very broad–911 for Baltimore City is actually in Baltimore City. Can text 136 different languages, have location services. If a video is sent will share with fire before they come out


Some calls require the least involved police response (consent decree)–need to have a 911 diversion program. Have the ability to transfer to the loca 988 line


Wayne D. Harris, 911 Operations Manager 

Baltimore City Fire Department 

911 Emergency Call Center

Call Center: (410) 396-2286 or 2287

Cell: 667-224-0948

Office: (443) 984-2835  Fax: (410) 244-8115


Bike Rodeo 

June 3rd from 1-4 or 5pm at the UMB BioPark parking lot



Contact Meghan if you’d like support to canvas blocks–submit the application if you’re ready to go


Committee will elect a chair to finish out the remainder of the term in May


BRNI projects

–alley gating

–improved lighting

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