Loyola University Maryland

Public Safety

Safety Education

  • Periodically crime prevention programs are conducted by campus police as well as local police on such topics as personal safety and sexual assault prevention.
  • Presentations by such organizations as the American Red Cross, presenting the crime avoidance program sponsored by public safety.
  • Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) training conducted by trained and certified instructors of public safety.
  • Bicycle registration is promoted by the crime prevention unit for anyone using a bicycle on campus.
  • Incident alerts and crime prevention bulletins are widely distributed on campus by timely postings and email messages. They inform the Loyola community of situations that present a potential hazard on campus or in the surrounding community.
  • University incident statistics are posted on a regular basis to inform the Loyola community of all incidents reported on campus and to the Baltimore city police for the surrounding area.
  • A daily log of incidents occurring on the University campus is available in the communications center for review 24-hours a day.