UAB Safe streamOn this sprawling urban campus, employees and students need to understand homelessness and learn to interact with homeless individuals in ways that are safe and respectful for both.

UAB Safe streamBefore you hop on that bike to commute to work or head across campus, make sure you, your bicycle and your knowledge of the road are ready.

Eighty-four percent of the respondents felt UAB Police and Public Safety is successfully protecting the UAB campus.

Going out alone after dark in the city can be nerve-wracking for some, but it doesn't have to be — especially when UAB has multiple resources to help keep you safe.

UAB Police Sgt. Bryan Fields is a master instructor who has trained bicycle officers throughout the Southeast.Read More

The UAB RAVE Program in partnership with the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services recently hosted a training disability exercise for HR employees.

Marvin K. Atmore has been named Deputy Chief.

The UAB Police Department has been awarded re-accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA), an international law enforcement accreditation program that sets the standards for police departments across the United States and Canada.

Assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) will be on campus April 16, 2011, to examine UAB Police Department (UABPD) policy and procedures, administration, operations and support services.
The department encourages the campus community especially to be mindful of personal belongings in high-traffic areas.
UAB employees and students should not text while driving, says UAB Chief of Police Anthony Purcell. He says the UAB Police Department can and will enforce the measure passed by the Birmingham City Council.