University Police

Read: Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) Searching for New Chief of Police

Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) Searching for New Chief of Police

NOVA, the second-largest community college in the U.S., is looking for a new Chief of Police to lead 53 sworn officers, six non-sworn security personnel, and six dispatchers.

Read: Suspect Identified in At Least 12 Bomb Threats Made Against Mississippi Colleges

Suspect Identified in At Least 12 Bomb Threats Made Against Mississippi Colleges

The additional threats come just days after at least two dozen colleges and universities in other states received similar ones.

Read: Cain, Pluretti and Sarnese Named 2022 Campus Safety Directors of the Year

Cain, Pluretti and Sarnese Named 2022 Campus Safety Directors of the Year

The Director of the Year winners were announced at the 2022 Campus Safety Conference East in Rockville, Maryland.

Read: How Appalachian State’s Police Officer Development Program is Revolutionizing Policing

How Appalachian State’s Police Officer Development Program is Revolutionizing Policing

The program exceeds North Carolina’s minimum police training standards by hundreds of hours and students graduate as fully sworn officers.

Read: UMass Amherst Selects Salient CompleteView Video Management Platform

UMass Amherst Selects Salient CompleteView Video Management Platform

Using CompleteView, the campus can centrally monitor its network of cameras that cover 51 residence halls and 225 buildings.

Read: Missouri S&T Police Chief: Campus Police Must Be Community Servants Above All Else

Missouri S&T Police Chief: Campus Police Must Be Community Servants Above All Else

Missouri S&T Police Chief Doug Roberts prides himself on his department’s involvement with the student community, and their efforts are shown through various endeavors.

Read: A Comfort K-9 and Food Pantry: How One Campus Police Department Supports Student Minds and Bodies

A Comfort K-9 and Food Pantry: How One Campus Police Department Supports Student Minds and Bodies

Central State University police developed a K-9 therapy program and opened a food and hygiene pantry to support students’ mental and physical health.

Read: Customer Centricity on College Campuses: How to Ensure Student and Employee Success, Safety

Customer Centricity on College Campuses: How to Ensure Student and Employee Success, Safety

A security director shares unique ways he ensures his campus’ customers — both students and his staff — are fulfilled and safe.

Read: Providence College Public Safety Officer Claims History of Racism in Department

Providence College Public Safety Officer Claims History of Racism in Department

The third-highest ranking officer said racial harassment by his superiors and colleagues escalated after his promotion from sergeant to lieutenant in 2017.

Read: The Unique Advantages and Challenges of Policing a Medical University

The Unique Advantages and Challenges of Policing a Medical University

UTHSC Police Chief Anthony Berryhill discusses both the benefits and complexities of policing a campus that houses renowned research facilities and has students and faculty from around the globe.

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