Events

Girls on Guard Training Seminar - CLASS IS FULL

Jan. 07, 2014
1-5:30 pm

Location: Police Services' Headquarters

Girls on Guard Self-Defense Training Course - CLASS IS FULL

     We offer self-defense classes in order to provide women with the basic skills to escape an attacker and teach them how to avoid dangerous situations whenever possible.  These classes are intended to help students to feel safer and better prepared on campus.  Police Services' "Girls on Guard" self-defense classes are open to all students, faculty, staff, and community members.

     In order to register and participate in the January 7th training session, please e-mail Sergeant Denise Murphy at denise.murphy@unlv.eduRegistrations may only be done via e-mail (not by telephone).

     If you have any questions regarding the training you may call Sergeant Denise Murphy at (702) 895-4745 for further details. 


 

Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table

Feb. 05, 2014
12:30-2:30 pm

Location: Student Union near the Food Court

Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table and Property Registration Event

Learn more about your UNLV Police Department, campus crime prevention, and personal safety issues, as well as register personal property during the Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table and Property Registration Event.


Officer Paul Velez will be on hand to answer any law enforcement and safety questions from curious students, faculty, administrative and support staff personnel. He will also be available to register personal property such as laptops, cellphones, and other valuables.  By registering your property, UNLV Police Services will be able to quickly return it to you if we recover it after it is lost or stolen. Property registration is completely free of charge!


 

Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table

Feb. 19, 2014
12:30-2:30 pm

Location: Student Union near the Food Court

Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table and Property Registration Event

Learn more about your UNLV Police Department, campus crime prevention, and personal safety issues, as well as register personal property during the Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table and Property Registration Event.


Officer Paul Velez will be on hand to answer any law enforcement and safety questions from curious students, faculty, administrative and support staff personnel. He will also be available to register personal property such as laptops, cellphones, and other valuables.  By registering your property, UNLV Police Services will be able to quickly return it to you if we recover it after it is lost or stolen. Property registration is completely free of charge!


 

Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table

Mar. 05, 2014
12:30-2:30 pm

Location: Student Union near the Food Court

Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table and Property Registration Event

Learn more about your UNLV Police Department, campus crime prevention, and personal safety issues, as well as register personal property during the Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table and Property Registration Event.


Officer Paul Velez will be on hand to answer any law enforcement and safety questions from curious students, faculty, administrative and support staff personnel. He will also be available to register personal property such as laptops, cellphones, and other valuables.  By registering your property, UNLV Police Services will be able to quickly return it to you if we recover it after it is lost or stolen. Property registration is completely free of charge!


 

Rebel Roundtable Forum: Spring Break Safety

Mar. 12, 2014
12:30-2:30 am

Location: Student Union, Room 209

Come see Police Services' March Rebel Roundtable Forum on Spring Break Safety

The UNLV Police want to hear from you!

What are Rebel Roundtables?

An open forum to discuss the issues that matter to you (our students, staff and faculty) coupled with an informative presentation from your officers. Learn about crimes (and prevention) on and around campus and get a chance to air your concerns about safety and security. This month's presentation and discussion will be presented by UNLV Police Services regarding the topic of "Spring Break Safety."  Raffle prizes including gift certificates and UNLV gear from the UNLV bookstore will be given to several lucky Rebel Roundtable participants!


 

Girls on Guard Self-Defense Course

Apr. 01, 2014
9-1:30 pm

Location: UNLV Police Services, 1325 E. Harmon Avenue

‘Girls on Guard’ Self-Defense Training Course – Sign up Today!

     The UNLV Department of Police Services offers "Girls on Guard" female self-defense classes in order to provide women with the basic skills to escape an attacker and teach them how to avoid dangerous situations whenever possible. These classes are intended to help students to feel safer and better prepared on campus. Police Services' "Girls on Guard" self-defense classes are open to all female students, faculty, staff, and community members. In order to register and participate in one of these sessions, please email Sergeant Denise Murphy at denise.murphy@unlv.edu. Registrations may only be done via email (not by telephone).  

     If you would like to register, please be sure to provide the following information:

  • Preferred phone number (so we can contact you in the event of any changes)
  • Whether you are a UNLV (or other college) student, staff, faculty, or community member (not affiliated with the college but interested in taking the course)

     Once you have been registered, you will receive an email with further information and directions. 

     There is still room available if you are interested in participating in our upcoming class (see details below), but you have to reserve your spot, so sign up today!

     When: Tuesday, April 1st, from 9:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

     Where: UNLV Police Services Headquarters, located at 1325 E. Harmon Avenue

     If you have any questions regarding the training, you may call Sergeant Denise Murphy at (702) 895-4745 for further details.


 

Girls on Guard Self-Defense Course

Apr. 01, 2014
3:30-8 pm

Location: UNLV Police Services, 1325 E. Harmon Avenue

‘Girls on Guard’ Self-Defense Training Course – Sign up Today!

     The UNLV Department of Police Services offers "Girls on Guard" female self-defense classes in order to provide women with the basic skills to escape an attacker and teach them how to avoid dangerous situations whenever possible. These classes are intended to help students to feel safer and better prepared on campus. Police Services' "Girls on Guard" self-defense classes are open to all female students, faculty, staff, and community members. In order to register and participate in one of these sessions, please email Sergeant Denise Murphy at denise.murphy@unlv.edu. Registrations may only be done via email (not by telephone).  

     If you would like to register, please be sure to provide the following information:

  • Preferred phone number (so we can contact you in the event of any changes)
  • Whether you are a UNLV (or other college) student, staff, faculty, or community member (not affiliated with the college but interested in taking the course)

     Once you have been registered, you will receive an email with further information and directions. 

     There is still room available if you are interested in participating in our upcoming class (see details below), but you have to reserve your spot, so sign up today!

     When: Tuesday, April 1st, from 3:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

     Where: UNLV Police Services Headquarters, located at 1325 E. Harmon Avenue

     If you have any questions regarding the training, you may call Sergeant Denise Murphy at (702) 895-4745 for further details.


 

Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table

Apr. 09, 2014
12:30-2:30 pm

Location: Student Union near the Food Court

Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table and Property Registration Event

Learn more about your UNLV Police Department, campus crime prevention, and personal safety issues, as well as register personal property during the Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table and Property Registration Event.


Officer Paul Velez will be on hand to answer any law enforcement and safety questions from curious students, faculty, administrative and support staff personnel. He will also be available to register personal property such as laptops, cellphones, and other valuables.  By registering your property, UNLV Police Services will be able to quickly return it to you if we recover it after it is lost or stolen. Property registration is completely free of charge!


 

Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table

Apr. 23, 2014
12:30-2:30 pm

Location: Student Union near the Food Court

Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table and Property Registration Event

Learn more about your UNLV Police Department, campus crime prevention, and personal safety issues, as well as register personal property during the Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table and Property Registration Event.


Officer Paul Velez will be on hand to answer any law enforcement and safety questions from curious students, faculty, administrative and support staff personnel. He will also be available to register personal property such as laptops, cellphones, and other valuables.  By registering your property, UNLV Police Services will be able to quickly return it to you if we recover it after it is lost or stolen. Property registration is completely free of charge!


 

UNLV Police Laptop Registration Event

May. 05, 2014 - May. 08, 2014

Location: Lied Library Lobby

Laptop, iPad & Bike Registration Event: Secure your property today!

Did you know that some of the most popular items for thieves to steal on campus are laptop computers and other personal electronic devices? Thieves find the unattended electronic equipment of studying college students to be an easy crime of opportunity.

The UNLV Department of Police Services would like to reduce the likelihood of this occurring on our campus, and that is why we have scheduled a property registration event for all members of the campus community. The event will be held at the Lied Library lobby on the following dates:

  • Monday, May 5th, from 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday, May 6th, from 8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 
  • Wednesday, May 7th, from 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Thursday, May 8th, from 8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Registration is free and available for laptops, iPads, bicycles and any other items with serial numbers, so secure your property today!


 

Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table

May. 07, 2014
12:30-2:30 pm

Location: Student Union near the Food Court

Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table and Property Registration Event

Learn more about your UNLV Police Department, campus crime prevention, and personal safety issues, as well as register personal property during the Rebel Roundtable Meet & Greet Table and Property Registration Event.


Officer Paul Velez will be on hand to answer any law enforcement and safety questions from curious students, faculty, administrative and support staff personnel. He will also be available to register personal property such as laptops, cellphones, and other valuables.  By registering your property, UNLV Police Services will be able to quickly return it to you if we recover it after it is lost or stolen. Property registration is completely free of charge!


 





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