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Security Advisory - Vandalism & Larceny

Security Advisory - Vandalism & Larceny
security-advisory---vandalism--larceny
01/11/2019
Over the last 24 hour period we have seen an increase in Vandalism and Larceny from Auto (vehicle break ins) around the EB Campus...

East Baltimore Campus

Over the last 24 hour period we have seen an increase in Vandalism and Larceny from Auto (vehicle break-ins) around the EB Campus, particularly in the areas of 2100 E. Chase Street and the 1000 Block of N. Castle Street. These incidents occurred between the hours of 6am and 3:30pm, and security has increased our patrol presence in these areas.

The incidents are being actively investigated by the Baltimore Police Department. If you witnessed or have any information regarding any of these incidents, please contact the Baltimore Police Department's Eastern District at 410-396-2433 or the Corporate Security Communications Office at 410-955-5585.

Johns Hopkins Security encourages all employees working the day shift hours Monday – Friday to utilize the JHMI Parking program which offers both on-site and satellite parking options. For those working after normal business hours and/or weekend please take advantage of the free parking program in our garages. The Base Access period, which is available to all employees, runs from 3:50pm to 8:30am Monday through Friday and all day Saturday, Sunday and Holidays. You must sign up to have this free access applied to your ID Badge. For those required to report to work prior to 4:00pm Monday through Friday, there are options that may meet your needs at no, or very low, cost.

For more information please see the parking website at http://intranet.insidehopkinsmedicine.org/security_parking or call the parking office at 410-955-0333. 


Safety Tips

  • All faculty, staff and students are reminded to remain alert and aware of their surroundings.
  • When walking, whenever possible walk in groups of two or more.
  • Utilize 24/7 escort and transportation services while on campus.
  • Should you find yourself the victim of an assault and or robbery, do not resist and do not pursue suspects.  Always remember to stay calm, listen and observe intently, surrender any requested property and report the crime as soon as possible.   

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