Reporting Crimes and Emergencies

All Frostburg State students, faculty, staff, and visitors are encouraged to make prompt and accurate reports to the University Police if they are victims of or witness to a crime. The University Police are responsible for personal safety and law enforcement on campus. Officers are on duty 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The University Police is located in the University Police Building at the intersection of University Drive & E. College Avenue, open 24 hours per day. The University Police can be contacted by calling 301-687-4222 (emergencies) and 301-687-4223 (police non-emergency) from a public phone or on campus by dialing extension 4222/4223 from any campus phone.

Reporting Child Abuse

Maryland Law requires that individuals working in an educational setting must report suspected child abuse or neglect to law enforcement or other appropriate agency.

In order to ensure compliance with the law, the University requires that any employee or faculty member who suspects or becomes aware of the possible abuse or neglect of a child must immediately report the information to University Police.

A report is required in cases involving children under the age of 18, and in instances where a student reports that the abuse or neglect occurred when he/she was under the age of 18, regardless of the student's current age or the location where the abuse or neglect took place. (Md. Code Ann., Fam. Law §§5-701, 5-704, 5-705).

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