Johns Hopkins Public Safety is responsible for the oversight of security operations and investigations on the campuses of Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine.
When fully implemented, the JHPD will be narrow in scope – no more than 100 personnel – and only one element of our overall public safety approach, which includes root cause prevention, innovative responses to behavioral health crises, and investments in community safety partnerships.
- June 12 – Two-year pause ends
- August 23 – Announcement of dates and locations of three public town halls to present the draft MOU and obtain community feedback/questions.
- September 19 – draft MOU posted on public safety website for 30 days; community members are invited to review the proposed MOU and submit written comments.
- September 22 – Homewood / Peabody Town Hall
- September 29 – East Baltimore Town Hall
- September 30 – Virtual Town Hall
- October 18 – Public comment period ends.
- October 19 – Baltimore City Council 30-day review/comment period on proposed MOU.
- November 17 – City Council comment period concludes.
November / December 2022
- December 2 – MOU is finalized, posted on website.
Spring / Fall 2023
- JHPD officer recruitment and training
Tentative Fall 2023 / Spring 2024
- JHPD officers are deployed on Homewood, Peabody and East Baltimore Campuses