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Campus safety and security

Branville Bard Jr. named vice president for public safety
Published July 27, 2021
Veteran, reform-minded law enforcement leader has spent the past four years as police commissioner in Cambridge, Massachusetts
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Funding available for community public safety programs
Published Jan 14, 2021
The JHU Innovation Fund for Community Safety will invest $6 million dollars over the next four years in grassroots interventions designed to make the city safer
Johns Hopkins to invest $6M in community-based public safety programs
Published Sept 30, 2020
JHU Innovation Fund for Community Safety will support initiatives in Baltimore that address the root causes of violence
Md. Senate approves nominees to Johns Hopkins police accountability board
Published Feb 28, 2020
15-member group will provide guidance, ensure transparency, and share community feedback with department leadership
JHPD accountability board nominees announced
Published Dec 20, 2019
13 community members, students, faculty, and staff have been selected to help directly shape the development, operation of the future Johns Hopkins Police Department
Search begins for members of JHU Police Accountability Board
Published Oct 24, 2019
Group will include JHU faculty, staff, and students as well as five community members unaffiliated with the university
National search launched for VP for security
Published July 26, 2019
Community, student, faculty, and staff representatives will begin review of applicants to lead university and health system's security and public safety operation
Connor Scott named acting VP for security
Published June 17, 2019
He has served as chief of staff in the Office of the Vice President for Security for the past year
Hyatt to step down as vice president for security
Published May 10, 2019
She was nominated to be Baltimore County's next police chief earlier this week
Legislators approve bill allowing JHU to establish police department
Published April 2, 2019
University will begin planning and implementation efforts with community input later this year