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HCC Campus Police & Security

HCC Campus Police & Security

Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Campus Police Department to safeguard the lives and property of the faculty, staff, students, and guests of Hagerstown Community College by working cooperatively with our diverse community within the framework of the United States Constitution. Our mandate is to do so with honor, integrity, and compassion, while at all times conducting ourselves with the highest ethical standards to maintain public confidence.

About Campus Police

Hagerstown Community College Campus Police are sworn law enforcement officers that have authority granted under the Maryland Code, Education Article 16-707.1. HCC Campus Police Officers may exercise powers of a police officer only on the property that is owned, leased, operated by, or under the control of the Hagerstown Community College. HCC Campus Police are stationed on the main campus located at 11400 Robinwood Drive, Hagerstown, MD 21742 in the Learning Resource Building (LRC) room 115. HCC Campus Police officers are armed and have sworn law enforcement powers on the main campus of Hagerstown Community College.

HCC Campus Police have a professional relationship with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and work together to address problems and provide a safe and secure community. HCC has two satellite locations, one located at the Valley Mall and the commercial truck driving range located at 14547 Industry Lane in Hagerstown, Maryland. The Washington County Sheriff ’s Office provides law enforcement services at both satellite locations.

About Campus Security Officers

Hagerstown Community College utilizes unarmed security officers to supplement the Campus Police. These security officers do not possess arrest powers and are not authorized to conduct traffic enforcement. HCC Security Officers are dressed in tan colored security shirts and black BDU style pants. Security officers patrol campus and are trained to observe and report incidents. If an HCC Campus Police Officer is not available, the security officer will contact the Washington County Sheriff ’s Office. HCC Security Officers are considered a Campus Security Authority and are trained to document and report incidents, as required under the Clery Act. HCC Security Officers can be reached by calling 240-500-2308 or by stopping by the office at LRC 115.



Clery Crime Reporting

Message from the Chief

The men and women of the HCC Campus Police and Security Department are public servants committed to safeguarding the College community and protecting the constitutional rights of everyone. The police department is focused on real and sustainable community policing efforts. The values of Principled Policing and Procedural Justice are used to help guide the police department. Our officers are working hard to increase the public’s trust in law enforcement and to make Hagerstown Community College a safe place to learn, work and visit.