For Emergencies Phone
711 or 410 706-3333.
TTD/TTY: 410 706-3416
x6-6882 or 410 706-6882.
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In compliance with the "Timely Notice" provisions of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998 the University Police are giving notice of an incident that was reported to have occurred.
At this time there are no Crime Alerts.
Campus Safety Tips
- Report any and ALL suspicious activity to the Police immediately.
- Travel in groups when possible.
- Avoid contact with unknown and suspicious people.
- Utilize the Campus Shuttle & Public Transportation.
- Be mindful of your surroundings and where to park
- Don't use your cell or I-phone while walking.
- Travel in well lighted areas.
- Use the Department of Public Safety’s escort service by calling ext. 6-6882 from a campus phone or 410-706-6882.
- Park in Well Lit Areas, Utilize Campus Parking Facilities.
- Don't resist, "Give up your property-not your life".
- Don't put yourself in the position to become a victim.
Anyone with information or having any knowledge of any incidents is asked to call the University Police Criminal Division at 410.706.3573.
End of Crime Alerts
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End-of-Year Crime Overview
The following is a brief recap of the 2013 crime statistics for the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB):
There were no murders, rapes, or arsons reported in 2013 or 2012.
There were seven robberies in 2013 compared to nine robberies in 2012. In 2013, four of the seven robberies involved cell phones. Eight of the nine robberies in 2012 involved cell phones.
There were 24 assaults in 2013 compared to 14 in 2012.
There were two burglaries in 2013 compared to two in 2012.
There were 120 thefts in 2013 compared to 140 in 2012.
There were four car thefts in 2013 compared to one in 2012.
To recap, UMB had decreases in robberies and thefts and increases in assaults and car thefts in 2013. Overall, UMB experienced a 5 percent decrease in crime in 2013 compared to 2012.
Source: UMB Police Force