Campus Safety

Safety Classes

General audience safety classes are offered regularly to MD Anderson and UTHealth employees and students. Departments and workgroups can also request safety classes.

Upcoming general audience classes:

February 5, 2019, Active Shooter Prevention and Response
February 7, 2019, Active Shooter Prevention and Response
February 19, 2019, Introduction to Verbal Defense and Influence
February 21, 2019, Conflict In Relationships: Breaking the Cycle of Abuse

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Services and Programs



Safety Classes

View the list of safety classes offered by UT Police to our MD Anderson and UTHealth communities.

Safety Bulletins Distribution List

Stay informed and subscribe to receive bulletins and announcements from UT Police.

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Risk Assessments

UTHealth and MD Anderson managers can request a security risk assessment of their work areas by calling 713-792-2890.

Threat Management Team

Report behaviors of concern to a team of multi-disciplinary professionals. Call 713-792-7867.

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ID Badge Access

Email us to request badge permissions and modifications.

Found Property

Search our database of lost items.

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Bike Storage and Registration

Register your bicycle and request access to the bike centers.


Employees may schedule fingerprinting services for gaining access to certain specialized facilities.

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Event Security

Request security services for institutional meetings or special events.

Safety Transportation Service

When facing a safety concern, request a courtesy escort to your vehicle by calling 713-792-2890.

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Operation ID

Request an engraver to mark and identify valuable items in case they are lost or stolen.

Motorist Assistance

Limited assistance for drivers, such as lockouts and dead batteries. Call 713-792-2890.


Assist in Well-being, Awareness, Readiness and Engagement (AWARE) Team

AWARE Team members take an active role in the safety and security of the campus community through crowd sourcing support and care during a critical incident prior, during and after first responders arrive. Visit the AWARE Team page for more information.