Carroll County Law Enforcement is proud to present Carroll County Camp C.O.P.S. The camp is designed to bring a better understanding of law enforcement to the youth of Carroll County, while working in the atmosphere of a police academy. Emphasis is placed on self-discipline and teamwork by participating in fun, challenging activities. The camp will
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Our Office participated in the 10th Anniversary of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, which was held today at the TownMall of Westminster. State’s Attorney Brian DeLeonardo, along with Secretary Rona Kramer of the Maryland Department of Aging and Carroll County Commissioner Steve Wantz, discussed the joint efforts being made to protect our seniors from physical
Wednesday, June 8, 2016, our office had a wonderful day celebrating athletes from Carroll County that will be participating in the State Summer Special Olympics Games this weekend.
Maryland Secretary of Aging, Rona E. Kramer along with others from the local and state government will be speaking regarding elder abuse, offering resources for services and raising awareness against the abuse. Stop out and gather information, and enter to win the giveaways and door prizes.
Employee Appreciation Awards were given to those who have served our office over the past years. Thank you to Ashley Pamer, Melissa Sheeler, Amy Ocampo, Jo Lynn Brown and Kelly Cox. Your hard work and effort through the years is greatly appreciated.
On Saturday May 14, 2016, members of the Maryland State Police, Westminster, Maryland and personnel from the Carroll County State’s Attorney Office including family members and friends participated in the 2016 Warrior Dash. This 5K run and obstacle course supports the St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
Please take time to view the photo gallery above to see the amazing work performed by Carroll County high school students as part of our Drug Awareness and Prevention Poster Contest. Each student featured received $250 as a finalist, and were then eligible to be selected as the county-wide winner and receive a $1,000 prize. At
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