Contacts and Resources

Maintaining the health, safety, and well-being of the campus community is Harford Community College’s primary concern. Below is a list of campus and community resources. 

Resources 

Harford Community College Department of Public Safety: 443.412.2272 
The Department of Public Safety office is open 24 hours a day to assist victims of sexual harassment and discrimination. If an individual is not certain whether criminal conduct is involved, a Public Safety Officer can assist in determining whether a crime has occurred. With the victim’s consent, the Public Safety Officer may notify the Harford County Sheriff’s Office to conduct an official criminal investigation of any allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination. With the victim’s consent, the Public Safety Officer will arrange for transportation to University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center where a SAFE exam can be performed by a trained FNE. 

Harford County Sheriff’s Office: 911 or 410.838.6600 
Any individual who experiences sexual harassment and discrimination is strongly encouraged to contact local law enforcement. 

Harford County Sheriff’s Office/Victim Services: 410.836.5490 

Harford Community College Emergency Phones: 
Emergency phone lines are installed in all classrooms. The phones will dial directly to Public Safety by pressing the corresponding speed dial, but 9-1-1 has to be manually dialed. 

Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Coordinators 

Any person may report sex discrimination at any time (whether or not the person reporting is the person alleged to have experienced the conduct), in person, by mail, by telephone, or by email by contacting the Title IX Coordinator. Per the federal regulations, all members of the Title IX team are required to post the training they have received. Here are the Title IX Training Materials, and listed below is the training each individual member has completed.

Dr. Jacqueline Jackson, Vice President for Student Affairs & Institutional Effectiveness & Title IX Coordinator
Harford Executive Suite 
401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015
443.412.2233 | jajackson@harford.edu  

  • Title IX and Intersection with Maryland Law – August 2020 

Ms. Jennie Towner, Associate Vice President for Student Development 
Harford Community College Student Center
401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015 
443.412.2142  |  jtowner@harford.edu  

  • Title IX Level One Coordinator Training – June 2020 
  • Title IX Compliance and Athletics – June 2020 
  • Hearing Officer and Decision-Maker Training – June 2020 
  • Title IX and Intersection with Maryland Law – August 2020 
  • Advising the Responding Party – January 2021 
  • Advising the Reporting Party – January 2021 


Ms. Elizabeth Mosser, Associate Dean for Academic Operations, Deputy Title IX Coordinator 
Harford Community College Executive Suite 
401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015 
443.412.2319  |  emosser@harford.edu 

  • Title IX and Intersection with Maryland Law – August 2020 
  • Investigator Level I Training – July 2020
  • Investigator Level II Training - March 2021

 

Dr. Griselda Flores, Director for Student Life, Deputy Title IX Coordinator 
Harford Community College Student Center 
401 Thomas Run Road,Bel Air, MD 21015 
443.412.2373  |  grflores@harford.edu  

  • Title IX and Intersection with Maryland Law – August 2020 
  • Advising the Responding Party – 2021 
  • Advising the Reporting Party – 2021 

     

Mr. Edward Liesch, Associate Athletic Director, Deputy Title IX Coordinator 
Harford Community College Susquehanna Center 
401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015 
443.412.2571  |  eliesch@harford.edu  

Ms. Donna Shopulski, Associate Vice President for Human Resources and Employee Development, Deputy Title IX Coordinator 
Harford Community College Chesapeake Center 
401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015 
443.412.2103  |  dshopulski@harford.edu  

  • Title IX and Intersection with Maryland Law – August 2020 
  • Investigator Level I Training – August 2020 


Mr. Sean Wright, Fitness Center Manager, Deputy Title IX Coordinator 
Harford Community College Susquehanna Center 
401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015 
443.412.2542  |  swright@harford.edu  

  • Title IX and Intersection with Maryland Law – August 2020 
  • Advising the Responding Party – January 2021 
  • Advising the Reporting Party – January 2021 

 

Sexual Harassment Grievance Process Coordinators 

 AnnMarie Profili, J.D., Coordinator, Paralegal Studies & Internship Progams 
Harford Community College Fallston Hall 
401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015 
443.412.2214  |  aprofili@harford.edu  

  • Hearing Officer & Decision-Maker Training – October 2020 
  • Mock Decision Maker Training –  December 2020

     

Anthony Davis-Crowder 
Harford Community College Student Center 
401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015 
443.412.2073  |  adaviscrowder@harford.edu  

  • Hearing Officer and Decision-Maker Training – July 2020 

 

Public Safety 

Harford Community College Escort Service 
Harford's Department of Public Safety operates an escort service at all times for use by those concerned about their safety while on campus. Call Public Safety at 443.412.2272 or ext. 2272 from a Harford Community College phone to request a walking escort to your vehicle. Wait in a well lit or populated location for the arrival of the uniformed Public Safety Officer. Also visit the Department of Public Safety website for Crime Prevention tips. 

Harford Community College Student Intervention and Prevention Team 
Students impacted by sexual misconduct can access this service for resources and referrals that may provide support by calling 443.412.2132. 

Harford Community College Coordinator for Student Conduct and Intervention Services  443.412.2073 

SAVE - Sexual Assault and Violence Education 

Safe Zone:  Support at HCC for LGBTQ+ 

Student Consumer Information 

Upper Chesapeake Medical Center, SAFE Coordinator: 443.843.5000, ext. 5337 

Sexual Abuse/Sexual Assault Resource Center (SARC): 410.836.8431
SARC 24-hour Hotline: 410.836.8430
SARC provides confidential domestic violence and sexual assault services in Harford County. Services include: a safe house for victims of domestic violence and their children; legal services; individual and group counseling for victims and children; an abuser intervention program; crisis intervention; community outreach; education and professional training; and court and hospital accompaniment.  www.sarc-maryland.org  

Cecil County Domestic Violence/Rape Crisis Center: 410.996.0333 
The Department of Social Services provides counseling to survivors and children, shelter, sexual assault services, and court and hospital accompaniment by advocates. 

TurnAround, Inc.: 443.279.0379 
A domestic violence and sexual assault center in Baltimore, MD, that helps women, children, and families who are victims of abuse. www.turnaroundinc.org 

Family Crisis Center of Baltimore County: 410.828.6390 
This center provides essential and life-saving services to families experiencing conflict and violence.  www.familycrisiscenter.net 

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN):
Hotline: 1.800.656.HOPE or www.rainn.org 

It has been, and will continue to be, the policy of Harford Community College that all students, employees, applicants, and other persons dealing with the College will do so in an atmosphere that is free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, status as an individual with a disability, veteran, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information or any other status protected by law. This policy includes, but is not limited to, decisions about recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, compensation, benefits, transfers, social or recreational programs, academic opportunities and enrollment.