UT Police News and Announcements

UT Police is Hiring! » UT Police is Hiring!

UT Police at Houston is currently accepting applications for an Assistant Chief of Police. 

Upcoming Safety Classes » Upcoming Safety Classes

UT Police believes the actions and awareness of the faculty, staff and students on the MD Anderson and UTHealth campuses are the best methods to eliminate the opportunity of a potential crime. Take a look at our upcoming safety classes. Contact UTP-H Community Outreach with any questions. You can reach us at utpdoutreach@mdanderson.org or (713) 563-7794. 

Bertner & Moursund Intersection Rebuild » Bertner & Moursund Intersection Rebuild

Beginning Friday, January 12 at 8pm, portions of the intersection of Bertner & Moursund will be under construction for approximately 6 weeks. 

UT Police Telecommunications Supervisor Earns Registered Public-Safety Leader Designation » UT Police Telecommunications Supervisor Earns Registered Public-Safety Leader Designation

UT Police at Houston would like to recognize Police Telecommunications Supervisor, Anna Keathley, for completing the Association of Public-Safety Officers (APCO) Certificate Program.

UT Police at Houston Leadership to speak at the National Campus Safety Summit » UT Police at Houston Leadership to speak at the National Campus Safety Summit

Chief of Police for the UT Police at Houston, William Adcox, and Director of Risk Strategy and Operational Excellence, Ray Gerwitz, are scheduled to present on Advanced Campus Protection Strategies & Data Driven Outcomes at the National Campus Safety Summit on Tuesday, February 20 in Las Vegas, NV.

UT Police at Smithville/Bastrop Support Blue Santa Toy Drive » UT Police at Smithville/Bastrop Support Blue Santa Toy Drive

This holiday season, UT Police is giving back by participating in toy drives at UTHealth Science Center in Houston and at the MD Anderson campus in Smithville/Bastrop.

» UT Police at Houston Ranked #4 in the Healthcare/Hospital/Medical Center Sector

We are pleased to announce that Security magazine has ranked UT Police at Houston as #4 in the Healthcare/Hospital/Medical Center Sector in their 2017 Security 500 Report.


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