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UMPD raises over $5500 dollars for MD Special Olympics

30 hours later and just under an inch of rain, the University of Maryland Police Department raised $5534 dollars for Maryland Special Olympics. Officers and civilians took to the Dunkin Donuts at 9701 Baltimore Avenue in College Park, at 6 A.M. on September 21st and remain there until 12 P.M. on September 22nd. Sergeant John Brown, Master Patrol Officers Clay Brown, and Brian Meekins set up tents on the rooftop for 30 hours of Dunkin Donuts greeting customer and drivers, cracking jokes, and raising awareness for Maryland Special Olympics.  

 

Master Patrol Officers Tonya Walker, Garfield Kelly, Sam Jones, Shawn Brown, Sergeants Rosanne Hoaas and August Kenner, Captain Robert Mueck, and civilians Hunter Mueck, Victoria Mammano, Barb Asbury, and Jenny Asbury greeted customers on the ground level and provided information about Special Olympics to customers. A thank you to Master Patrol Officer Kathy Culhane for logistical support, John Hall for set up and break down, and Master Patrol Officers Derrick Thompson and Minkyu Pak for coverage.

Customers were able to donate by purchasing raffle tickets for a chance to win various items, a silent auction for a chance to win various athletic memorabilia, or just donate cash. For a third year in a row, Sergeant Paige Miller organized and facilitated another successful event. Because of her continuous dedication and passion for Special Olympics, UMPD has been able to participate in a wonderful event for a great organization. UMPD would also like to thank Dunkin Donuts for their continuous support and allowing us the use of their establishment.

 

 

 

Cops On Rooftops! - Special Olympics of Maryland Benefit

Come on out and help support Special Olympics of Maryland.

UMPD Officers will be on the College Park Dunkin Donuts rooftop Saturday and Sunday

Sept. 21 - 22

9701 Baltimore Avenue

University of Maryland Police Expands its Concurrent Jurisdiction

The University of Maryland Police Department is excited to further expand its concurrent jurisdiction to better serve and protect the University community and surrounding areas.  UMPD, working in conjunction with the Prince George's County Police Department, have further expanded our jurisdiction to areas where students live or patronize.  This collaborative effort is a result of the strong partnership of our two departments and our desire to better protect the College Park community.

Law Enforcement Analyst Intern Position

The University of Maryland Police Department has a new position open in our Information Analysis unit.  The position is open to current UMD students and is an excellent opporutnity to be exposed to the Criminal Justice and Intelligence Analysis world.  The job posting is listed below:

Law Enforcement Analyst Intern/Trainee

  • Starting Salary is $10.00 an hour
  • Under general supervision, review and analyze crime and threat information; interpret patterns and trends; prepare and disseminated information products; and make recommendations related to data collection, resource deployment, crime prevention, and crime forecasting.
  • Minimum Qualifications:
    • Current University of Maryland College Park student in Social Science, Criminal Justice, or related field.
    • Experience using computer databases, electronic spreadsheets, and desktop publishing; Experience with ArcGIS preferred.
    • Must submit resume, unofficial transcript, and writing sample.
    • Must pass a background check.

Apply for this and other open positions with UMPD at our main website.

National Preparedness Month

National Preparedness Month

University of Maryland Preparedness Initiatives

National Preparedness Month

Initiatives

September is National Preparedness Month. Preparedness is a shared responsibility, it takes a whole community. Leading into the month and during the month of September, UMD Emergency Management will be engaging the UMD community on emergency preparedness. Below is a list of ways that UMD Emergency Management will participate during National Preparedness Month:

Promote UMD Alerts, UMD SOS app, M-Urgency, and the UMD Emergency Preparedness website

  • Promote these communications via FYI, DOTS advertising, the UMD Emergency Preparedness website
  • Promote at the Protect Your Shell Fair

2013 Great Shakeout Earthquake Drill

  • There will be flyers posted throughout campus and online to promote and encourage participation in the 2013 Great Shakeout Earthquake Drill that will occur on October 17, 2013 at 10:17a.m. “Drop, Cover, Hold On!”
  • Post flyers via FYI, DOTS advertising, The Diamondback, and the UMD Emergency Preparedness Facebook Page, UMPD Facebook Page

National Preparedness Month Ad

  • Run an ad for National Preparedness Month on Wednesday, September 11, 2013.

Flashlight Keychains

  • Provide free LED flashlight keychains give-a-ways at the First Look Fair and Benefits Fair. The purpose of providing free LED flashlight keychains is to help the UMD community build an emergency kit, which is part of the National Preparedness Month campaign.

UMD Alerts Emergency Preparedness Handouts

  • Provide UMD Alerts Emergency Preparedness Handouts at the Protect Your Shell Fair, First Look Fair, and Benefits Fair.

 

 

For more information on National Preparedness Month, you can visit ready.gov preparedness@umd.edu

For any questions on emergency preparedness at UMD, please e-mail preparedness@umd.edu

 

A joint project between the University Police and Resident Life, Stop. Observe. Seek Information. (SOS) is a safety awareness campaign to promote situational awareness, crime prevention, and emergency preparedness for our University of Maryland community.

We launched the UMD SOS app to provide community members with on-the-go reference for various emergency situations. The UMD SOS app will also provide up-to-date information distributed by the campus alert.umd.edu system.

The app is currently available for iOS mobile devices via the app store. An Android version is currently being worked on and will be available soon.

 

  UMD students, faculty, and staff can use M-Urgency to contact the University of Maryland Police Department (UMPD) for emergency services. M-Urgency sends live audio and video from your smartphone directly to UMPD, enabling fast and appropriate dispatch for emergency assistance. The M-Urgency app is available for iOS and Android devices at http://m-urgency.umd.edu/.

 

College Park, MD: For additional information, please contact Sgt. Aaron Davis at 301-405-9960.

 

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