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Homewood Campus Security
Homewood Campus Security

Johns Hopkins Public Safety is committed to safeguarding our vibrant learning and working community through holistic, progressive approaches to security that foster deep community relationships built on trust, cooperation, and mutual respect.

Resources & Services

Recent updates

Homewood / Peabody Town Hall. Please join us in person or watch the livestream of the upcoming Town Hall in the Shriver Auditorium from 6 – 8 p.m. on September 22, 2022.

Draft JHPD MOU available for review and feedback. An initial draft of the proposed MOU for the Johns Hopkins Police Department has been posted online for community feedback. Johns Hopkins has also launched an extensive MOU community engagement process, which will include a public comment period, city council review, three town halls, and additional listening sessions. We encourage members of our community to participate in these meetings and events and share feedback on our website.

Behavioral Health Crisis Support Team Fall Expansion to Peabody. The Behavioral Health Crisis Support Team (BHCST) pairs behavioral health clinicians with specially trained public safety personnel to provide immediate in-person assistance to individuals experiencing a personal crisis.  The program launched in Homewood in 2021 and is set to expand to Peabody in the fall of 2022. An expansion to East Baltimore is anticipated over the next year.

Innovation Fund Community Grant Program Enters Second Year. After celebrating a successful first year of partnerships, the JHU Innovation Fund for Community Safety is entering into its second year. The Innovation Fund is a four-year, $6 million commitment to support innovative, community-led programs designed to curb violence. On June 30, we announced the Fund’s nine grantees. You can learn more about these ambitious and innovative projects on the Hub.