• Meet Lexi, Our K-9 Comfort Dog!

    The UMB Police Department’s comfort dog has arrived on campus! If you see Lexi and her handler Kelli on campus, be sure to say hi!

    Stay tuned for more information about Lexi and Kelli!

  • Campus Citations

    Do you have questions about how to pay your citation? 

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  • UMB Police Adds Dedicated Morning Service to Safe Ride Program

    Officer-accompanied van rides offered from 7 a.m. to noon beginning on Monday, March 4. Read Chief Cary's letter.

  • 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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  • Getting to Know the New Police Chief

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

  • Don't Text and Drive

    Put Your Phone Away! Don't Text and Drive.

  • Be Aware of Your Surroundings 

    Dont wear earbuds while walking.

  • Safety Tip

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

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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.

hot topic, in the news

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.

press release

January 23, 2019  |  UMB’s Police Force to Participate in Annual Polar Bear Plunge for the Maryland Special Olympics; New Chief Set to Be the First Acting Chief to Take the Plunge

in the news

October 22, 2018  |  Officers from the University of Maryland, Baltimore Police Force pulled on aprons and hair nets to serve dinner at the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge of Baltimore.

October 17, 2018   |  October 17, 2018 | UMB Police Chief Alice Cary has put together a Campus Outreach and Support Team (COAST) in a program designed to promote safety and boost the force's community engagement efforts.