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Maryland Unites was created as a one-stop shop to provide Marylanders with the resources they need to react and respond to the recent disturbances in Baltimore. This website will enable you to report new incidents to the police, donate to local charities, and volunteer your time to help the residents of Baltimore. On Monday, April 27, in response to rioting throughout the City of Baltimore, Governor Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency. Various state assets were activated, including the National Guard, the Maryland State Police, and the Maryland Emergency Management Agency.

Governor Hogan has remained in close contact with Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to provide the city with whatever additional resources they require. The State of Maryland, the City of Baltimore, and the vast majority of Baltimoreans are united in their commitment to restoring peace, cleaning up, and rebuilding a stronger city.

There has been a tremendous outpouring of support from Marylanders across our state and from citizens throughout the country. If you or your business has been affected by the unrest, or if you are a concerned citizen who would like to help, please visit some of the links on the left of this page for more information.

To report an incident in Baltimore contact the Police

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