Police and Public Safety Rework

  • Homeless Outreach

    B.B. St. Roman of the New Orleans Police enlightens UMB audience on her department’s efforts to combat homelessness. Read the story.

  • UMB Introduces Police Chief Cary and Emergency Management Leader Bratt

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  • Avoid Becoming a Holiday Crime Victim

    Don't overload your arms with packages and bags. Have your key ready when approaching your vehicle and home. There are many holiday tips that may save you from being a victim of holiday crime.

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  • Driving Safety in Poor Weather

    Use extra caution, especially in areas that ice up quickly such as bridges and overpasses.

  • Safety Tip

    Be aware of your surroundings. Don't wear your ear buds.

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  • Getting to Know the New Police Chief

    Learn more about Alice Cary, MS, who assumed command of the UMB Police Force on June 11, becoming the first female chief in the force’s 70-year history.

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Safety Tip of the Month

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press release

November 15, 2019  |  Community Outreach and Support Team recognized for its commitment to the University and West Baltimore communities

October 7, 2019   |  At UMB Police-sponsored symposium, leader of New York Police Department homeless outreach discusses his unit’s methods and results.

press release

August 21, 2019  |  Donated vehicles increase access to programs, field trips.

May 9, 2019   |  The University of Maryland, Baltimore Police Department (UMBPD) is getting ready to welcome a new four-legged officer to its team. In June, the department will debut its first resident comfort dog, joining the ranks of only two other university police departments in the nation with a comfort dog.

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February 1, 2019  |  The University of Maryland, Baltimore Police Force took part in the Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge, raising more than $3,000 for Special Olympics Maryland.