Online Licensing Inspection Results
Visit the Office of Child Care's online child care licensing inspection results site – www.CheckCCMD.org! The site offers detailed compliance findings from child care licensing inspections conducted since January 2011. The
site may also be used to find licensed child care programs and
providers, and to link to a wide variety of information about early care
and education in Maryland.
you believe a particular child care program is in violation of
State child care licensing laws or regulations, you may file an official
complaint against that program. To file a complaint, contact
the Regional Licensing Office covering the county where the program is located. Complaints may be filed in person, or by telephone, or in writing by e-mail, fax, or letter. Anonymous complaints are accepted, so complainants do not need to identify themselves. Each complaint is investigated by the Regional Licensing Office. Upon completion of the investigation, a report of findings is created. This
report is available upon request if the investigation confirms
that the violation occurred, or if it cannot be determined whether or
not the violation occurred.
Medication Administration Training
for a list of approved Medication Administration RN Trainers available
to provide training in medication administration to child care and early
education providers. This 6-hour course is approved for child care
licensing education credit. For more information about the course, contact the listed trainers directly by telephone or e-mail.
Click Here to access the Maryland Sex Offenders Registry (SOCEM), which is maintained by the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. In
addition to providing detailed offender information, the site carries
"amber alerts" for abducted children and an information/resource section
for parents and educators on preventing and combating youth gangs.
Click Here for the Maryland Judiciary Case Search
service, which provides free public access to the Maryland
District Court and Circuit Court Case Management System. District
Court criminal, civil, and traffic case records and Circuit Court
criminal and civil case records are available. The amount of historical data may vary by jurisdiction.