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  1. Baltimore County health officials have put out this warning about a rabid cat in...

    Baltimore County health officials have put out this warning about a rabid cat in the Reisterstown area:

    The Baltimore County Department of Health is urging residents near Delight Road in Reisterstown (21136) to be aware of possible exposure to a cat which tested positive for rabies on Monday, September 29. he cat was a male, grey striped tabby that may have had a limp.

    In light of this incident, area residents are urged to contact the Health Department if they have had direct exposure to this cat AND to take actions to protect themselves, their families and pets from rabies exposure. Contact health officials at 410-887-6092.
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  2. *** MISSING PERSON *** Have you seen 29-year-old Thandar Htwe? Thandar Htwe is...

    *** MISSING PERSON ***
    Have you seen 29-year-old Thandar Htwe?

    Thandar Htwe is a 29–year-old Asian female, 5’07”, 160 pounds, shoulder length black hair and brown eyes. It is unknown what she might be wearing. Thandar Htwe goes by the nicknames of “Mimi” and “Saraha”.

    More information is available on our news blog:
    http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/News/PoliceNews/iWatch/PoliceLookingForMissingCockeysvilleWoman


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    #BCoPD, #BCoFD on the scene of a worker that has been injured by a piece of construction equipment in the 600 Block of Belfast Road 21152.
    2014-10-01T19:59:27+01:00http://www.facebook.com/BaltimoreCountyPoliceandFire/posts/862804570396342
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    Man transported to Sinai Trauma after accident at GBMC. http://ow.ly/C9Kf5 ^JW
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The Baltimore County Police Department is providing information regarding its application for federal funding under the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program: FY 2014 Local Solicitation. This message constitutes public notice of the application.

FY 2014 Local Solicitation

The Baltimore County Police Department is in the process of applying to the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Program's Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) for grant funding under the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program: FY 2014 Local Solicitation. Baltimore County has been allocated $363,230 under a federal funding formula for state and local jurisdictions. The Police Department intends to use this allocation to continue to partially fund the salaries of six Police Officer positions and one Criminal Records Clerk position hired under a previous award.

To review a copy of the application or to provide comments, please contact the Grants Management Team of the Baltimore County Police Department by calling 410-887-5637.

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the Maryland Historical Trust (MHT) is administering a competitive grant program to provide assistance to storm-affected properties, districts or jurisdictions in Maryland.

Grants are offered for rehabilitation, restoration, preservation or protection of structures that were affected by Hurricane Sandy. Properties must be listed on or eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. Capital projects require the conveyance of a preservation easement to MHT. Funds also go toward documentation, studies, surveys, archeology, or planning activities, including projects that assist with disaster preparedness in areas affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Scheduled Workshops on Application Guidelines

Informational workshops will be held as follows. Registration (free) is encouraged.

  • Tuesday, March 25: 2-4 p.m., Annapolis Public Library, 1410 West Street, Annapolis. Register for free online.
  • Thursday, March 27: 1-3 p.m., Allegany Museum, 3 Pershing Street, Cumberland. Register for free online.
  • Wednesday, April 2: 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., J. Millard Tawes Historical Museum, Somers Cove Marina at the Ninth Street, Crisfield. Register for free online.

The workshop that was scheduled for Monday, March 17, was cancelled due to inclement weather.

Ever wonder what police work is all about? The Baltimore County Police Department asks teens, 14 through 18, to apply now for this year’s Youth Leadership Academy (YLA). The deadline for all applicants is May 16.

The academy offers teens the opportunity to develop leadership skills, while meeting and having fun with other local like-minded peers.

This is the eighth year of the YLA. It will run from Monday, June 23, through Saturday, June 28. Students will spend from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day learning various aspects of the Police Department. Each day, teens will visit various venues to accommodate the training for the day.

Students will visit the:

  • Police Training Academy on the CCBC Dundalk campus,
  • Park School (Falls and Old Court roads), and
  • Middle River Volunteer Fire Company across from Martin State Airport.

At the end of the program, teens will participate in a graduation ceremony at the Public Safety Building/Police Headquarters.

Applicants must reside in the County, must be age 14-18, and have good grades. Besides the application form, applicants must write an essay about themselves and why they should be in the program. A parent or guardian will need to sign a waiver and consent form in order for the teen to participate in the YLA. A background check will also be done before a student can participate.

The application, waiver and consent forms are available online.

If unable to apply through the website, contact the Youth Initiatives Team at 410-887-2587 for the necessary forms.

If you know of any young person you feel will benefit from this positive experience, contact the Youth Initiatives Team at 410-887-2587 or send an email to Detective Teresa Moudry.

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