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The UMB Police Department is currently undergoing CALEA Accreditation to ensure faculty, staff, students, and visitors to campus receive the best services possible.
The UMB Police Department provides a variety of services to ensure your safety and prevent crime on campus.
Community Security Survey
Safety awareness officers evaluate various locations on campus to identify possible safety or security concerns and make recommendations for solutions to potential security issues.
UMBPD becomes the third university police department in the nation with a comfort dog program. See more about Pfc. Kelli Blackwell and Lexi's story.
For a fee of $20 per card, we offer fingerprinting services to the University community on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. All LiveScan transmittals will incur an additional fee of $18.00 (MD State) and/or $12.00 (FBI) for background checks. Bring your driver’s license, naturalization card (if you aren’t a U.S. citizen), Social Security card, and a letter stating your reason(s) for being fingerprinted. Call 6-5547 to make your appointment.
Lost and Found
Recovered property may be obtained from the Pine Street Police Station. Bring proof of ownership and some form of personal identification. Be prepared to give a verbal or written description of the property. You have one year and 31 days to claim property. To release your property, call 6-6882.
New Employee and Student Orientation
The UMB Police Department attends new employee and student orientations to present information about our jurisdiction and services and to distribute crime prevention brochures with safety tips. We want to help you stay safe and secure.
To report a lost or stolen card, contact the UMB Police Department at 6-6882. If you're experiencing card access problems or you'd like to request new One Card authorization, complete the Card Access Authorization Form.
Operation Property Identification
To help students, faculty, and staff protect their personal items such as laptops, phones, or televisions, the UMB Police Department offers free engraving services.
Police Report Requests
If you think someone has stolen your belongings, a UMB Police Officer will respond to your location to take an appropriate report. If you’ve been involved in an incident, for a fee of $20 you can receive a full police report. Call us at 6-6882. Checks can be made payable to the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
Rape Aggression Defense
R.A.D. stands for Rape Aggression Defense and is a women's self-defense class. This program is a hands-on course designed to emphasize confidence and self-discipline while developing and enhancing options for self-defense. This course will teach basic self-defense techniques and emphasize common-sense approaches to safety on campus. Classes are taught by certified instructors from URecFit and University Police.
Safe Walk/Safe Ride
The UMB Police Department offers the Safe Walk/Safe Ride program to all University students, faculty, and staff. Your ID is required. The walk program is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and the ride program is available from 3 p.m. to 1 a.m. Call 6-6882.
Victim Witness Assistance
In the event of a crime, the UMB Police Department will assist victims and witnesses with court procedures, emergency assistance, medical access, and victim impact statements. We also can provide information on the progress of the case and return of any stolen property upon request. For more information, call 6-6882.