MCCR Temporary Operations Adjustment

​On March 10, Governor Larry Hogan moved the State government to Level II – Flexible Operations of the Pandemic Flu and Other Infectious Diseases Attendance and Leave Policy. In order to better protect the health and safety of both the public and staff, the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights will be severely limiting direct, in-person business until further notice. During this period, MCCR will still conduct business during normal hours during the week in order to carry out the agency’s functions.

If you believe you are a victim of alleged unlawful discrimination in employment, housing, or public accommodations, you should still utilize MCCR’s online Complaint Inquiry Form to begin the process of filing a complaint. MCCR’s Intake Unit will review your complaint and follow-up with you to discuss next steps.

If you have a complaint pending with MCCR, business will be conducted by telephone and electronically.

If you have a previously scheduled Fact Finding Conference (FFC) with MCCR, the FFC may be rescheduled to a later date – please direct any questions to your Civil Rights Officer or their Supervisor.

If you have a previously scheduled training or outreach event through MCCR’s Education & Outreach Unit (E&O), E&O will be in contact to reschedule this activity to the earliest available date.

We apologize for any inconvenience during this time, and thank you for your cooperation.