Carroll Community College will be closed for Winter Recess Wednesday, December 19 - Tuesday, January 1.
The College will reopen on Tuesday, January 2.
Serve and protect in order to establish a safe and secure learning environment for all members of the Carroll community, as well as visitors to the college; protect physical assets of the college in accordance with Maryland and County laws, using sound security principles; ensure that the rules and regulations of the college are upheld and equitably enforced; and support the mission of the college.
Carroll Community College's Campus Police is staffed by highly trained personnel including seven full-time security officers (all of whom are sworn special police officers) and several part-time public safety officers. All sworn Special Police personnel have successfully completed certified basic police academy training and have satisfied the requirements to be state-appointed as Special Police Officers. They are sworn in through the jurisdictional circuit court and are empowered to enforce all state and local laws on campus and adjacent properties. They have full authority to arrest and carry firearms. All officers are certified in first aid/CPR/AED and can provide quick medical attention on campus whenever needed.
Officers respond to, investigate and report all crimes and incidents for proper action. To prevent crime and enforce college policies, officers provide routine vehicle and foot patrols, enforce parking regulations, issue parking citations and provide escort service for individuals to vehicles when required or requested.
The college publishes an Annual Security Report, available by Oct. 1 of each calendar year, in support of and pursuant to 20 United States Code section 1092(f), the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.
View our current Emergency Management Plan (PDF)
The purpose of developing this Emergency Operations Plan is to define and describe actions to be taken by the Carroll community to effectively prepare for, respond to, mitigate and recover from various critical incidents, major events, emergencies, or disasters that may affect lives, property, and the College.