Mission Statement

 

The St John's College Office of Public Safety exists to provide a safe and secure community in which the college may carry out its educational mission.

Creating a Safe Campus - A Community Effort: Students and their parents are understandably concerned about the issue of safety on college campuses. St. John's College, Annapolis also is concerned and understands its responsibility in contributing to a protected campus environment. Although St. John's has experienced a lower incidence of crime than surrounding areas, our community is not immune to crime. The number of incidents occurring on the campus can be reduced if all members of the community practice everyday precautions that will help to make a safe community. Questions or concerns about Public Safety and or its operations should be addressed to the Chief of Public Safety, Timon Linn. The St. John's College Public Safety Office is located in Pinkney Hall. A security officer can always be reached from campus phones by dialing ext. 2000. From off-campus phones, security may be reached by dialing 410-626-2533.

 
 
 

"The brave man carves out his fortune, and every man is the son of his own works."
- Cervantes