New Look After nearly two decades, the 200 internal security officers patrolling The Johns Hopkins Hospital and 60 officers at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center are sporting a new look. Their gray jackets have given way to navy sweaters embroidered with the Hopkins logo, blue shirts and blue and gold striped ties. "We felt a fresh look was in order," says Harry Koffenberger, vice president of corporate security, who calls the uniforms "more functional and more modern" than the outfits worn since 1990. To make sure the officers had a say, Corporate Security began conducting focus groups at both campuses last fall. Pictured here from left are security officers Takiyah Ragin, Tyree Brown and Maurice Wilson.