Maryland EXCELS Toolkit  

Enforcement: Inspection Reports (within the past 12 months)

The Licensing Branch of MSDE's Office of Child Care is directly responsible for monitoring and enforcing compliance with child care licensing regulations. By conducting regular inspections of child care programs and providing technical assistance and consultation to child care providers on compliance-related issues, the Licensing Branch staff helps providers achieve and maintain compliance. However, when a child's health or safety may be placed at risk because a program cannot or will not comply with licensing regulations, an enforcement action against the program's license may be necessary. This action may include Emergency Suspension, Suspension or Revocation of the license.

All programs participating in Maryland EXCELS at Quality Rating 2 or higher must have no enforcement actions pending. Enforcement actions pending include: Emergency Suspension, Suspension, or Revocation where all appeals have not been exhausted.

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No Enforcement Actions Pending

If your program has no enforcement actions pending, it meets the requirements for Licensing and Compliance: Enforcement: LIC 3.4.

Select the Requirements tab to review specific information for your program type.

Requirements

The following interactive shows you the requirements for Licensing and Compliance: Enforcement: LIC 3.4. Since the Maryland EXCELS system receives licensing and compliance information electronically from MSDE, no further action or evidence is required.

If you are interested in reviewing the Enforcement requirements, select the option that applies to your program type.

 

Child Care Center

Family Child Care
LIC 3.4: Enforcement No Enforcement Actions pending.

School-Age Only
LIC 3.4: Enforcement No Enforcement Actions pending.