University of Baltimore Police Department
All crimes, incidents or like emergencies should be reported immediately and directly to the UBalt Police Department at 410.837.4444 to ensure inclusion in the annual crime statistics and to aid in providing timely warning notices to the campus community. The Police Communications Center (X-4444) is located on the 1st floor of the Charles Royal Building. The offices of the UBalt Police Department are located on the 2nd floor of the Charles Royal Building. Any campus member who is a victim of a crime is also encouraged to report the incident to the Baltimore Police Department.
A crime or incident may also be reported to a campus security authority such as an individual who is responsible for monitoring entrance into institutional property, the Human Resources Office or any official of the institution who has significant responsibility for student and campus activities, including, but not limited to, student center, student housing, student discipline, advisors to students/student organizations, counselors, director of athletics, and campus judicial affairs. The UBalt Police Department will investigate and report to the appropriate authority all crimes in accordance with university policy.
The University Police and the Baltimore Police Department have a mutal aid and working agreement. Each department augments the other, within their respective jurisdictions, in all matters of mutal concern. University police attend weekly meetings with the BPD to exchange ideas and resolve problems which may be of concern for the campus community.
Any victim of, or witness to, a crime should report the incident to any of the following:
- UBalt Police Department - 1st floor, Charles Royal Building- 410.837.4444
- Baltimore Police Department - 911
- Dean of Students- Academic Center, room 112, 410.837.4755
- Director of Student Services (Law School) - Angelos Law Center, room 707, 410.837.5623
- Counseling Services - Business Center, room BC 443, 410.837.5159
- Executive Director for Student Development - Academic Center, room 112, (410)837-5592
Confidential Report: If you are the victim of a crime and do not want to pursue action within the University System or the criminal justice system, you may still want to consider making a confidential report. A confidential report, while protecting your identity, affords UBalt an accurate record of incidents to determine threats to the campus community, and provides an opportunity to take a proactive approach to protecting the campus. Such reports shall be included in the annual crime statistics. You may make a voluntary, confidential report to a professional university counselor at 410-837-5159.
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