Prince George’s County Indoor Mask Mandate Lifted
Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks announced today that the County will lift its indoor mask mandate on Monday, February 28, 2022, as COVID-19 case rates continue to drop significantly in the County following the peak of the Omicron variant.
The Hope Collective
Today County Executive Alsobrooks announced “The Hope Collective,” a group of non-profits that have received grant funding from the County’s Hope in Action Anti-Violence Project to provide school-based and community wraparound services in areas where violent crime is an issue. Programming will include services such as diversion/re-entry, youth mentoring, after-school enrichment, and employment assistance.
Violence Prevention Task Force
Today County Executive Alsobrooks announced the 20 members of the Violence Prevention Task Force, a key component of the County’s Hope in Action Anti-Violence Project. The Violence Prevention Task Force will help identify areas of need in the County and create a plan to aid in resource sharing between non-profits and stakeholders, while also developing short and long-term strategies to prevent violence. #PrinceGeorgesProud
Crime Prevention Efforts & Youth Engagement Week Newsletter
County Executive Alsobrooks held a press conference today to provide updates on the County’s crime prevention efforts. Check out this newsletter which recaps the press conference and the County’s recent Youth Engagement Week. #PrinceGeorgesProud #YouthEngagementWeekPGC
More Prince George’s County News
See the Community Connections Newsletters for details on the above and more.