Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby on Tuesday announced new and expanded partnerships to support crime victims and witnesses. The new partnerships will provide additional to support to victims as violent crime rises in the city. According to Mosby’s office, homicides are up by 9 percent compared to last year, and non-fatal shootings are up by 25 percent compared to last year. The SAO announced a new partnership with Springboard Community Services, a Baltimore-based social services organization whose case managers will work with crime victims. The organization provide individual and family therapy to crime victims of all ages.
Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office Expands Victim Support Services
April 27, 2022