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The 2021 UAB Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available on the UAB Police Department website or in a downloadable PDF. For a print copy of the report, call 205-934-4649. The report contains resources, procedures, criminal statistics, a fire safety report and more.

The online program is the perfect fit for UAB Police Sgt. Aleisha Dorning, who wants to create a mental health resource for law enforcement officers. UAB employees such as Dorning comprise about 30% of the program's students.

UAB Safe streamUAB has its own police department, 490-plus Help Phones and about 3,700 video cameras in buildings and parking decks. But campus' biggest secret weapon? A student's or employee’s intuition and observation. If you notice concerning behavior in a colleague, student or even yourself or are worried about a potential threat to the campus community, file a report with UAB’s Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management team.

Deputy Chief Zandral Washington received the West End chapter’s Respect for Law Program Award, which honors law enforcement practitioners for exemplary job performance and contributions to creating safer communities.

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.

This year, the university recognizes 50 years of service by Jeanne Hutchison, Ph.D., and Ferdinand Urthaler, M.D., and 45 years of service by Robert Kim M.D., and Joseph Lovetto. In addition, 294 employees with 20 or more years and 904 with five, 10 and 15 years will honored for their longevity.

UAB Safe streamWorried that expensive piece of tech or favorite jacket might be stolen? Follow these tips to reduce the risk, and alert UAB Police if someone in a public area is behaving suspiciously.

Each year, UAB’s official photographers capture tens of thousands of images as they document the incredible variety of events and personalities that make up our community. Here are some of our favorite photos of some of the most dramatic months in UAB history.

UAB BTS logo FINALGet a glimpse into how employees are continuing their unique and important work during UAB’s limited business operations.

UAB Safe streamBeing outside is an easy way to stay active and relieve stress — as long as you make safe choices while taking walks.

UAB Safe streamUAB Criminal Investigations Division Captain Amy Schreiner and Stacy Moak, Ph.D., professor of social work, offer insights into the simplest ways to stay safe while on campus and around Birmingham — from safety whistles to self-defense classes.

UAB’s chief of police to continue leadership of national accrediting body for law-enforcement agencies.

The 2019 report, available at uab.edu/police or in a downloadable PDF, follows the guidelines mandated by the Federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Police and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

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.