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Taylor Pyles

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Taylor Pyles

Tom "Taylor" Pyles is a child abuse survivor and the founder The Blue Ribbon Project. He has been a police officer with Annapolis Police Department for over a decade and is assigned as a Detective in the Criminal Investigations Section.  When not working, you'll find him spending time with his family and out enjoying the countryside on two wheels. 

There are all kinds of families in this world. Some children live with both of their parents, while some live with one and visit the other. Some children might live with their grandparents, and some stay with a foster family. There are foster programs in the United States, to provide kids with a safe and caring home, when they don’t already have one.

Child Sex Offenders

Sexual violence is a serious problem, and it has devastating consequences. The challenge we face in making our society safer includes, an understanding of the offense risk and patterns, as well as resources. It is this knowledge that can inform our decisions on reporting, investigation, sentencing, and more.

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Chick-Fil-A Nottingham Square
Nottingham Square Shopping Center
5198 Campbell Blvd
Baltimore, MD 21236

410-931-0031

 

La Plata Police Patch

La Plata Police Department
101 La Grange Ave
La Plata, MD 20646
(301) 934-1500 

 

 

Annapolis Police Department

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Annapolis Police Department is very active within the community, especially when it comes to our children. You can drop off your backpacks at Annapolis Police Department during regular business hours.

199 Taylor Avenue

Annapolis, MD 21401

 

 

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BB&T Bank

80 West Central Avenue

Edgewater, MD  21037

410-956-4579

 

BB&T Bank

801 Compass Way, Suite 7

(Heritage Harbor)

Annapolis, MD  21401

410-224-4003

 

 

 

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WNAV Radio

236 Admiral Drive

Annapolis, MD 21401

410-263-1430

 

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Bob Lucido Team of Keller Williams Integrity
2024 West Street, Suite 100
Annapolis, MD 21401
410-224-7777 

  

 

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Eastport Shell

335 Sixth Street in Eastport

(Corner of Sixth and Severn).

Annapolis, MD  21403

410-268-4555

 

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Robert A. Pascal Youth and Family Services

570 Ritchie Highway, Suite H

Severna Park, MD  21146

410-975-0067

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Angelina's Italian Kitchen

827 Central Avenue East

Edgewater, MD  21037

410-798-0700

 The Blue Ribbon Project desperately needs your help!  As you may know, our Backpacks of Love program serves abused and neglected children in our community by providing them emergency essentials the moment they have to be removed from an abusive or dangerous environment. These Backpacks of Love truly make a difference in a child's life by offering them hope and comfort as they are going through a very traumatic time in their life. While we regularly receive great donations to support this program, we are constantly running short on necessary clothing items to meet the need of youth and children entering care. It's difficult to think that we can't always meet the needs to help these youth. This is where we need your help. At the moment, we desperately need clothing items to go into our Backpacks of Love.

Thank You for registering with our website. With your registration, you can easily sign up to volunteer or to join in on any of our events. You will receive an e-mail that with a pending "Subscription". Please follow the directions in the e-mail to verify your registration. Thank You for being a part of The Blue Ribbon Project.

The Blue Ribbon Project is currently seeking dedicated individuals to be a part of it's Leadership Team. The Blue Ribbon Project Leadership Team participates in a variety of events and works to support our mission in helping abused and neglected children in our community. It is the Leadership Team that guides the organization and works in the daily operations of our various programs.

Maryland officials are taking steps to create a more welcoming foster-care system for gay, bisexual and transgender children and adolescents, including screening homes for possible bias and providing sensitivity training to case workers.

The policy directive issued this month by the state Department of Human Resources prohibits conversion therapy and urges foster parents of transgender children to call them by their preferred pronouns and to allow them to dress and groom accordingly.

Ryan's biography and photo are coming soon

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