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Keith Hill: Biographies
Keith Hill, a 25 year veteran of the United States Secret Service, oversees approximately 900 security, transportation and parking employees for Johns Hopkins Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Health System and the Safety and Security Program for the Johns Hopkins University. Responsible for the integration of safety and security practices and procedures across the institution, his staff is committed to ensuring excellence in customer satisfaction.
In addition to leading efforts to ensure the safety of faculty, staff, students, patients and visitors, Mr. Hill maintains close relationships with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and manages transportation and parking services at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions campus in East Baltimore.
Mr. Hill brings more than a decade of leadership experience at the U.S. Secret Service, the agency responsible for the security of the president and vice president of the United States. He joined the service in 1987 as a Special Agent in the Baltimore Field Office and has had a number of roles within its investigative, intelligence and protection divisions. Prior to coming to Johns Hopkins, he was an Assistant Director at the agency, in charge of its Office of Human Resources and Training. In that role, he coordinated and implemented all policies, programs and strategic planning related to the recruitment, development, retention, and training of the Secret Service workforce.
Mr. Hill is a graduate of the University of Maryland, with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, and a graduate of the Senior Executive Service Candidate Development Program. He served on the board of directors for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation and is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives.