Safe at Hopkins
All members of the Johns Hopkins community have a responsibility to behave professionally and foster a safe environment, whether you just started your time at Johns Hopkins, have moved up the ranks, or are in a leadership role.
Safe at Hopkins proactively raises awareness of concerning behaviors in the workplace, and has developed the Johns Hopkins Continuum of Disruptive Behaviors at Work to serve as a tool for identifying behaviors that are no longer professional—disruptive behaviors.
Review this website to learn more about:
- Inappropriate and disrespectful behaviors
- Workplace bullying
- Workplace violence
- Domestic/intimate partner violence in the workplace
- Emotional distress
- Resources for faculty, staff, students, and managers
Individuals may report concerns of disruptive behavior to Safe at Hopkins, including reports of threats, risks, and non-urgent disruptive behaviors. Safe at Hopkins works in partnership with other offices across the organization to understand and address reports.
If you have concerns about your immediate safety or someone else’s, you should call Security or 911 immediately.