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Public Safety at CCBC

The men and women of the Department of Public Safety are dedicated to maintaining a safe and pleasant environment for faculty, staff, and students to pursue a positive educational experience. For assistance, call 443.840.1111.

The Department of Public Safety is committed to providing a comprehensive program of police, security, crime prevention, fire safety, emergency medical service, traffic enforcement and related public safety services to help ensure the college community remains a safe and enjoyable place to work and learn.

Public Safety sevices

  • Campus Crime and Incident Investigation
  • Campus shuttle
  • 24 hour security patrol by vehicle, foot and bicycle
  • Rapid response to medical emergencies
  • Escort services
  • Emergency call boxes
  • Campus security surveys
  • On-campus traffic regulation
  • Assistance to motorists
  • Lost and found
  • Assistance with minor vehicle problems

Campus crime prevention programs

  • Alcohol and drug awareness
  • Rape, aggression, defense training (RAD)
  • Sexual assault awareness
  • Silent witness program
  • Bicycle patrol program
  • Published articles in campus periodicals
  • Gotcha notices for unattended property, etc.
  • Lecture series crime awareness literature
  • Crime prevention hotline
  • Emergency call box system in buildings and parking lots

We provide additional informational materials at New Student Orientation each fall and spring semester and throughout the school year. Staff members of the Department of Public Safety are always available to provide assistance and information.

Emergency first aid/CPR/AED

Officers are trained in emergency first aid procedures and re-certified annually in CPR procedures. The 911 system will be notified in those cases that present a medical emergency.

Clery Act

In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, the CCBC Department of Public Safety provides certain crime-related information to students and staff and informs everyone on how to contribute to the safety and security of our campus community. Together, with the Department of Public Safety, you play a role in creating and maintaining a safe campus environment.

Review our crime statistics by campus »