Security Alerts are used by Campus Safety & Security to notify the campus community of certain crimes in a manner that is timely and will aid in the prevention of similar crimes.Subscribe to Safety Alerts Mailing List
- September 13, 2017Commerical Robbery(PDF) 211 W. 28th Street (between Cresmont and Remington Avenues)
In the event that a situation or form of criminal activity becomes an ongoing risk to our community, Campus Safety and Security will issue a Public Safety Advisory containing detailed information and prevention suggestions.
- October 11, 2017Armed Robberies (PDF)2900 (rear alley eastside) and 3100 Blks Guilford Ave (between 29th and 32nd Streets)
- September 26, 2017Unarmed Robberies (PDF)200 E. 31st Street (between Guilford Ave and Calvert Street)
- September 23, 2017Armed Robberies (PDF)Intersection of Guilford Avenue and 27th Street
- September 20, 2017Armed Robberies (PDF)200 E. 33rd Street (between Guilford Ave and Calvert Street)
- September 17, 2017Armed Robberies (PDF)2900 Guilford Avenue (between 29th and 30th Streets)
JHU maintains a daily crime log to record all criminal incidents on campus or in Campus Security patrol area that are reported to Campus Safety and Security. These logs are archived and available for public inspection.
Any time there is an incident of fire reported that occurs in an on-campus student housing facility, the information is recorded in the Fire Log. These logs are archived and available for public inspection.
As a Campus Security Authority (CSA), you must report to your respective security office all crimes observed by you. Find out more using our reporting resources.
Under the Clery Act, JHU, like all educational institutions, is required to provide information about campus safety to current and prospective students, families, faculty and staff.