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Baltimore Community Relations Commission

Address
10 N. Calvert Street
Suite 915
Baltimore MD 21202
Website http://www.baltimorecity.gov/Government/BoardsandCommissions/OfficeofCivilRights...
Intake hours Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Phone 410-396-3141 (Main Office)
Phone 2 410-396-3151 (Community Division)
Services

The Investigative Division receives, investigates and attempts to
resolve complaints of discrimination. Fact finding conference are held
and mediation is attempted. Unresolved cases may proceed to a Public
Hearing. Discrimination complaints may be brought by individuals or
groups against employers, employment agenicies, labor organizations,
places of public accommodation, educational institutions, and health
and welfare agencies. The Community Division operates a neighborhood
mediation service for individuals and groups to reduce tension,
conflict, and resolve problems between or within neighborhoods. It also
operates a Rumor Control Center and various other programs to promote
intergroup relations. Handles cases of discrimination on basis of race,
religion, color, age, sexual orientation, national origin, sex and
mental and physical disability. Neighborhood conflicts. Intergroup
relations. Police misconduct.

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