Anne Arundel Community College Department of Public Safety

  • Agency: Anne Arundel Community College Department of Public Safety
  • Address: 101 College Parkway, Arnold, 21012 MD
  • Chief:
Phone: 410-777-2440
Fax: 410-777-2544
Website:

Anne Arundel Community College Department of Public Safety is located at 101 College Parkway, Arnold, 21012 MD. The Anne Arundel Community College Department of Public Safety phone number is 410-777-2440.

Anne Arundel Community College Department of Public Safety News

Another successful AACC Commencement! Good job DPSP!

The Child Development Center held their annual Trike-A-Thon and Sgt. Shepet was there to lead the ride. Before the ride began they talked about bike safety and received a water bottle, coloring books and stickers. Even with the low temperatures this year they still enjoyed a refreshing lemonade break.

Happy Spring! College is closed today due to SNOW!

We still have a few spaces open! Register for this self defense class before it's full. Cost is a $10.00 registration fee only.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Ramzziddin Family as well as PGPD on the loss of this hero.

A few members from our department participated in the Polar Bear Plunge to support Special Olympics last week. Thank you Major Smith, Sgt. Shepet, Ofc. Gottschalk and Ofc. Thomas showing your support!!

January is National Stalking Awareness Month. Please watch and share this video. https://youtu.be/Q2BHO8eXvxA

This week two of our department members finished the first of a series of certified coaching classes. Pictured here with the two awesome “Mentor Coaches” that are responsible for bringing the program to the college! #EngagementMatters

The Fall CERT Training has been completed. These folks did an awesome job on the practical. Welcome to the AACC CERT Team. A huge thank you to our AACC CERT volunteers who made the training feel real to the students. Great job Ramona Smith and Heather Herrington!

Major Smith hosted Evacu-trac training at the Assumption Destroyers Festival last week in the Quad.

The pumpkin patch and hayride was a big success!

Public Safety and Police hosted the first annual Pumpkin Patch. Fun was had by all!

Waiting on the kiddies to arrive for the pumpkin patch and hayride event.

The Ghosts of Anne Arundel Community College and the Surrounding Area is now in print and available in the College bookstore. Read about the ghosts that haunt the campus and the surrounding area. A great Halloween read. All profits go to the AACC Foundation. A book signing by the author will be on October 31st in the bookstore.

The three scariest police departments to work at during Halloween.

It's Domestic Violence Awareness Month! http://www.preventipv.org/materials/dosomethingorg

I had the pleasure of meeting the FBI Director Christopher Wray today.

Lieutenant Gary Vernon was awarded the Northern AA County Chamber of Commerce Community Safety Award this evening. Our own Maury Chaput, Exec. Director of Facilities, was kind enough to sponsor our table. Congrats Gary!

Our Public Safety officers are gearing up for the fall semester with some refresher classes.

Public Safety and Kids in College attended National Night Out this week at the Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company.

In preparation for my upcoming book about the ghosts of the college and the surrounding area I enlisted the help of a paranormal researcher who is also a Deputy Sheriff in Howard County. We obtained permission to investigate the Goshen Farm in Cape St. Claire. Lets just say, and you can get the details when you read the book, that the place is haunted. His equipment was going off when we asked questions of whatever is in there. The hair on my neck was standing up. You may not be a believer but I am now. Look for it in the college bookstore in October. All profits to benefit the Md. Special Olympics. And maybe some to the Goshen Farm society.

We had the honor of hosting the Opioid Intervention Team at AACC. We also got to meet Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford, County Executive Steve Schuh and the Mayor of the City of Annapolis Mike Pantelides.

Attention everyone, we now have pumpkins!

HCAT had a culinary contest between AACC students and a college in Scotland. Excellent food and conversation.