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There will be ongoing opportunities for you to weigh in as we consider options to augment our security operations. These will include:

  • Public discussions with national and local experts on security and policing;
  • Open forums  in East Baltimore and near the Homewood campus; and
  • Meetings with university and community organizations and neighborhood associations.

In addition, a feedback form is provided on every page of this site where you can share your views anonymously, reach out with questions, or request a meeting.

Discussion Series: The Challenges of 21st Century Policing

The discussion series includes three sessions designed to facilitate valuable community conversations and to learn from national experts about multiple policing issues that are relevant to university safety and security. These sessions will be open to the public, recorded, and live-streamed, with relevant information and materials posted to this website.

Session 1

Current Landscape of University Policing

This event took place Oct. 29. Visit this page for the archived livestream video and other details.

Session 2

Constitutional Policing and Police Accountability

This event took place Nov. 9. Visit this page for the archived livestream video and other details.

Session 3

Root Causes of Crime and Solution-Oriented Strategies—A Public Health Perspective

November/December 2018
Location: TBD

Open Forums

We are holding two forums where university leadership will hear directly from our neighbors, students, faculty, and staff about their experiences, recommendations, and concerns. These forums will be open to the public, recorded, and live-streamed.

Community Forum 1: Homewood Area

This event took place Nov. 13. Visit this page for the archived livestream video and other details.

Community Forum 2: East Baltimore

Monday, Nov. 26, 6 p.m.
Weinberg Community Center
901 N. Milton Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21205
RSVP: ebca@jhmi.edu

Meetings

We have been reaching out to many student groups, neighborhood associations, and community leaders and are scheduling meetings to discuss this issue and solicit their feedback. If you would like to invite us to attend your organization’s meeting, please fill out the feedback form on this page.