- Community Policing efforts.
- Establishment of a Student Housing Precinct.
- Establishment of a Hospital Precinct.
- Accurate reporting of crimes and incidents through campus and city-wide news media.
- State of the art crime prevention programs.
- Deliberate fostering of close relationships with students, faculty, and staff.
- Numerous public interest articles in the local campus newspapers.
- Offering Rape Aggression Defense courses for students, faculty, and staff.
- Regular attendance at faculty, staff, and student meetings.
In concert with our community policing efforts, the department has decided to establish a UAB Police Advisory Council (PAC). Volunteer representative members of the UAB community have been invited to attend periodic, one hour meetings for community input. The PAC will work from a specific agenda and provided information by members of the department concerning issues relating to crime, safety, and police operations on campus. We feel that our university colleagues, associates, other community members, and the student leadership can contribute to our goal of community involvement and the safety and security of UAB. PAC members can become involved by understanding the issues surrounding campus law enforcement, suggest improvements, or returning to their respective areas well informed of the nature of our business, current issues, and our efforts to meet the needs of the UAB community.
UAB community members serving on the PAC are requested to attend the meetings on a regular basis to ensure continuity of the discussions of concerns and issues.
Keith Marks, Executive Administrator
Psychiatry Chair Office
SC 560J, 0017
Daphne McMurrey, Administrative Associate
School of Public Health Dean's Office
RPHB 623, 0022
Marie Sutton, Director
Division of Student Affairs
1110 Bldg., Pita
For information on the UAB PAC, contact the Crime Prevention Specialist at (205) 934-2409.