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Anne Arundel Community College does everything possible to create an environment where people feel safe to learn, work, and visit. We believe one way to create such an environment is to fully inform our community about issues, policies, and the services our Public Safety and Police Department provides. 

Security Reports

To keep our college informed and in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, AACC's Department of Public Safety and Police provides information on campus crime in several formats.


AACC’s dedicated police officers serve the college community in a number of ways:

Crime Prevention

Learn how to make crime prevention part of your daily life, from general safety tips, to what to do if you witness a crime, to staying informed about sexual harassment and assault.

Annual Community Policing Activities Report

Learn more about crime prevention

Get information about sexual harassment and assault

Report an Incident

From this page, you may anonymously report academic misconduct, a concern with a student’s behavior or information you might have witnessed pertaining to a crime. You can also learn how to report or file a complaint regarding sexual harassment or misconduct.

Learn how to report an incident.


Public Safety and Police

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Department of Public Safety and Police

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Ask In Person

Department of Public Safety and Police
Central Services Building
101 College Parkway
Arnold, MD 21012
410-777-2440 Office
410-777-2544 Fax
410-777-1329 TTY
443-336-3144 Text


7 a.m.-11 p.m.

Officers are available 24/7 by calling the main number.

Officers may be found during normal operating hours at the main information desks at the Arundel Mills and Glen Burnie Town Center campuses.