FBI officials meet with Hogan to address a number of issues in Maryland

FBI officials meet with Hogan to address a number of issues in Maryland

Hogan meets with MSP, FBI officials to address a number of issues in Maryland

Holding Gov. Larry Hogan met with federal and state law enforcement officials to discuss a number of issues, including the threat posed by racism-motivated residents. On Monday, Hogan met with Maryland State Police and FBI officials to review joint efforts to combat violent crime in Baltimore.In a statement, Hogan said the following: "We reviewed our joint efforts to address a violent crime crisis in Baltimore City and disrupting gangs and criminal enterprises responsible for so much of the fatal violence. "Hogan said the meeting also focused on ways to combat threats of white supremacists, after mass shooting in the border city of Texas of El Paso and in Dayton, Ohio. “Also, after a terrible shooting this weekend, we discussed the steps being taken to tackle the threat of the evil of white white and violent extremists inspired by racism. Potential threats. Our cities and communities will be the most solemn responsibility as governor in each of these areas, I reiterated the importance of full communication and coordination at all levels of government. hate in all forms. "On Monday, Mr Ben Cardin faced major violence saying:" This is happening daily in our community. Perhaps we don't have the many deaths, but it's a direct climate in our country. This is a public health crisis. We can only say that we cannot do things. We should achieve it years ago, so colleagues should need leadership, I am not sure we will see that. But the Congress must act. "

Holding Gov. Larry Hogan met with federal and state law enforcement officials to discuss a number of issues, including the threat posed by racism-motivated residents.

On Monday, Hogan met with Maryland State Police and FBI officials to review joint efforts to tackle violent crime in Baltimore.

In a statement, Hogan said the following: "We reviewed our joint efforts to tackle the violent crime crisis in Baltimore City and disrupt the gangs and criminal enterprises responsible for so much of the deadly violence." . "

Hogan said that the meeting also focused on ways to combat threats of white supremacists, after mass shooting in the border city of Texas of El Paso and in Dayton, Ohio.

“Also, after a terrible shooting this weekend, we discussed the steps being taken to tackle the threat of the evil of white white and violent extremists inspired by racism. possible threats.

It is our most solemn responsibility as governor to keep our cities and communities safe. In each of these areas, I reiterated the importance of full communication and coordination at all levels of government.

Together, we must enthusiastically eliminate racism and hatred in all forms.

On Monday, Sen Ben Ben, faced a major violence, saying: "This is happening daily in our communities. We may not have multiple deaths, but it is a direct climate in our country. This is a public health crisis. We must act. We cannot say. We commit gun safety safety legislation, universal background checks, get these attack weapons out of the street, they should have no place in our community. We should do so now, we need presidential leadership, I am not sure that we will see that, but the Conference must act. "

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