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Emergency Information

Police

  • Emergency Reports should be made by calling  911. Give name, location, and nature of the emergency.
    • If you call from a USNA landline phone, you are automatically routed to USNA's emergency number ( 410-293-3333).
    • If you are on a cell phone, you'll get normal 911 service and will need to ensure you report your location.
  • Non-Emergency Reports (including thefts, fender-bender traffic accidents, illegally parked vehicles, etc.) should be made by
    calling  410-293-5760. Give location and nature of the problem. A police officer will be dispatched when available.
  • General Information can be obtained by calling the on-duty shift lieutenant at
     410-293-5786.

Chief of Police:  410-293-5768
Deputy Chief of Police:  410-293-5772

Crisis/Suicide Help

Anti-Terrorism Force Protection

To report suspicious activity, you can text the word "NCIS", followed by all relevant information to  274637 (CRIMES). To send a text tip to NCIS follow these steps:

  • Text to  274637 (CRIMES)
  • Type "NCIS" at the beginning of your text message.
  • Type your message including as much detail as possible to ensure the tips can effectively be investigated.
  • You will receive a text with an alias code; this will be your tipster identity code.

More information and methods for contacting NCIS anonymously are available from their tips page.

Civilians:

Civilians can report suspicious activity to the FBI on their tips page: https://tips.fbi.gov/. If someone is in imminent danger, the FBI recommends that you call  911 or your local police immediately. A guide on when to contact the FBI is available through their website as well.

Fire

  • Emergency Reports should be made by calling  911. Give name, location, and nature of the emergency.
    • If you call from a USNA landline phone, you are automatically routed to USNA's emergency number
      ( 410-293-3333).
    • If you are on a cell phone, you'll get normal 911 service and will need to ensure you report your location.
  • Non-Emergency Reports should be made by calling the NSA Annapolis Dispatch Center 
    at  410-293-5760. Give location and nature of the problem.

NSA Annapolis Fire Department

The NSA Annapolis Fire Department are the First Responders for Fire and Emergency Medical Services for employees, visitors and residents on Naval Support Activity (NSA) Annapolis. This includes the United States Naval Academy as well as the North Severn Complex.

Points of Contact

Sexual Assault

If you are in need of immediate assistance or do not feel safe, call  911.

You do not have to go through this alone. You have options.  The resources below can offer you confidential support, information and assistance on reporting options.

  • USNA Sexual Assault Response Victim Advocate (direct confidential assistance) via the 24/7 Response Line  443-336-2637.
  • DoD Safe HelpLine (24/7 confidential assistance) can also be reached via
    text  (55-247) or
    phone at  877-995-5247.

Additional Information

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