BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore officials are announcing new trauma-informed waiting rooms at the police department’s headquarters.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will join Commissioner Kevin Davis for the unveiling of the first room on Wednesday.READ MORE: Clarksburg Waitress Having Seizure Saved By Off-Duty Montgomery County Officer
The trauma-informed victim-centered interview room is in the department’s Special Investigations Section. The rooms are specially painted, designed and arranged to make victims of trauma feel calm, comfortable and safe. Additionally, there are child-friendly active areas for children.
The unveiling will take place at the department’s headquarters at noon.READ MORE: Maryland Board Of Education Sets Benchmarks To Lift Schools Mask Mandates
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