Campus Police and Safety

Campus Emergency Planning, Prevention, & Response Information Session

All staff, faculty, and students are invited to attend training sessions for “Campus Emergency Planning, Prevention, and Response” on Thursday, October 29. An information session will be held from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., followed by an instructional video entitled “Shots Fired” with follow-up discussion from 4 to 5 p.m. The information session will be repeated from 5 to 6 p.m.

Thursday, October 29, 2015 - 2:00pm


Parking Permits All students and employees must display an HCC parking sticker on their vehicle parked on campus. Stickers must be placed on outside (and not inside) the bottom right corner of the rear window. Parking permits are free and may be picked up at the Student Center information desk after completing the online registration form. Parking Areas Student parking spaces are designated with white lines. Employee parking spaces are designated with yellow lines. Parking is not allowed in grass, on curbs, or along roadways. After 5:00 pm, students may park in Lot C, which is a staff parking area during the day. Not following parking regulations could result in a $40 fine. Temporary Vehicles Anyone driving a temporary vehicle for a day or longer should phone the Campus Police at 240-500-2312 for authorization and instruction. Campus Maps All parking areas on campus Handicapped accessible parking areas on campus Questions should be directed to Campus Police at 240-500-2312.

Campus Police Annual Security Report

The safety and security of the college community are of vital concern to Hagerstown Community College. As part of the efforts to control crime on the campus and to assure a safe environment for students, faculty and staff, the HCC Police Department prepares an Annual Security Report in compliance with 20 United States Code section 1092 (f), the “Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.” The report reflects policies and services designed to provide a safe environment and set a standard of conduct which is most conducive for a safe college campus. Campus Police Annual Security Report 2015 Report

Emergency Response Guidelines

The safety and security of the College community are of vital concern. Hagerstown Community College is committed to providing and maintaining a safe environment for all employees, students, visitors, and guests. The College will adopt reasonable and practical means to prevent, deter and respond to campus emergencies.

The preparation of the Emergency Management and Response Plan (EMRP) and the allocation of resources to support the plan are part of the commitment HCC has for the College community.

In order to provide a safe environment, the College will: