UT Public Safety partnered with FEMA to facilitate a full-scale exercise to test campus plans for working with local response partners in the event of a serious emergency on campus or the surrounding area.
The university’s Department of Public Safety has partnered with FEMA to facilitate a full-scale exercise on the morning of May 15.
Two UTPD officers, Rozzie Bomar and Travis Hamlin, graduated from the Blount County Sheriff’s Office Police Academy. They were among 25 recruits representing nine law enforcement agencies across Tennessee.
UTPD is preparing for its third reaccreditation review and is asking the campus and surrounding community for input.
In an effort to improve the ease of access to reporting crimes on campus, the UT Police Department has implemented a webpage that allows citizens to report certain crimes.
Lieutenant Michael Richardson of the UT Police Department graduated on December 15 from the 270th session of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
The UT Police Department this week honored its employees of the year.
The UT Police Department recently trained its first group of officers in a program designed to help them identify and assist student veterans in crisis.
With hurricane recovery efforts underway in Gainesville, Florida, 24 officers from the University of Tennessee Police Department will travel there on Saturday to assist with game-day security.
A rally and counterprotest are scheduled for Saturday, August 26, at a Confederate memorial on 17th Street in Fort Sanders.
On May 4, a muti-agency training scenario for active shooter response was held at Reese Hall.
The UT Police Department will host its annual Memorial Golf Tournament at the Three Ridges Golf Course at 12:30 p.m. Friday, June 9. Registration is now open for the tournament, which is in its 10th year.