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Protect Your Valuables
Keep valuables such as purses, electronics, and money out of sight. Lock doors and roll up windows before leaving your vehicle.
Be aware of your surroundings. Avoid wearing earbuds whenever exercising or walking outside.
Stay alert. Emergency blue light phones are available in designated spots on campus if needed.
Don't Walk Alone
If you feel unsafe walking around campus, call for a police escort at 6-6882 or 410-706-6882. Walking escorts are available 24/7.
Talking or texting while you walk makes you an easy target for crime. Be aware of your surroundings.
Pedestrian Safety Tip
Always use crosswalks and wait for the signal to change before crossing the street. Be safe, walk smart.
Receive emergency information via text message.
The UMB Police Force crime statistics for 2015 are in.
The police van escort service has been expanded to include all of Ridgely’s Delight.
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Guard Takes Game to Senior Olympics
July 11, 2016
When he’s off-duty, security guard Daryl Hill earns salutes as an elite table tennis player. He’s competing in the Maryland Senior Olympics later this month.
'Sunny' Guard Shines as Employee of the Month
June 20, 2016
Keare Johnson, who greets visitors to the Saratoga Building “with sunshine,” in Dr. Perman’s words, is named UMB’s June Employee of the Month.
Protocol and Procedures for UMB Alerts
June 17, 2016
New procedures for UMB Alerts are available to the campus community.
Use of Police Escort Service Nearly Doubles at UMB
April 12, 2016
Expanded boundaries, extended hours, extra staff, better customer service, a marketing campaign, and the addition of a second van all resulted in success for the UMB Police Force escort service in 2015.