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campus safety and security

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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
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Md. legislative committees hear testimony on public safety bill
Published Feb 22, 2019
Supporters, opponents of legislation that would allow Johns Hopkins to establish a university police department head to Annapolis for hearings
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Public safety bill would allow JHU to set up police department
Published Feb 6, 2019
Introduction of legislation in Annapolis follows months of community conversations and research about safety on and around JHU's Baltimore campuses
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Interim study on improving public safety released
Published Dec 21, 2018
Report posted online for public comment, sent to Maryland state legislature
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Daniels on campus security: 'We have an opportunity to get it right'
Published Dec 10, 2018
Johns Hopkins leadership shares updates, hears feedback at East Baltimore community forum
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Hopkins hosts community forum on campus security
Published Nov 26, 2018
University is committed to involving the community as it considers options to strengthen security operations, Daniels says
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JHU continues open dialogue on security
Published Nov 15, 2018
Second public discussion addresses constitutional policing and police accountability
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Hopkins opens dialogue on campus security
Published Nov 2, 2018
Discussion series kicks off with conversation about current landscape of university policing; additional discussions, community forums planned in coming weeks
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Hopkins kicks off discussion series on campus security
Published Oct 29, 2018
Panel of national experts will take part in conversation about current landscape of university policing; RSVP in advance
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Hopkins plans public discussions on future of campus security
Published Oct 15, 2018
Upcoming events are part of effort to converse with university community and neighbors about safety concerns on and around JHU's campuses