Dedicated to the co-production of public safety in all of Baltimore’s neighborhoods, MONSE will partner with Baltimore’s residents, community-based organizations, institutions, businesses, and agencies to stem the tide of violence, while simultaneously unearthing its root causes. On June 23, 2021, the Scott administration released Baltimore's 5-Year Violence Prevention Plan.
“Transforming our city will require the entire weight of Baltimore – ALL of us – to be willing to and intentional about working together as we coproduce public safety. The time is NOW!”
Shantay A. Jackson, Director
Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement
Guided by the Mayor’s vision for Baltimore and rooted in a holistic approach to neighborhood health and safety, the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement (MONSE) empowers community partners and city agencies to play a more active role in the co-production of public safety and prevention of violence through a trauma-responsive, healing-centered, and equity-based approach for the benefit of all Baltimoreans.