The department emphasizes proactive policing, and interaction with the community is encouraged at all levels. Our commitment to community relations and policing is exhibited through our inner campus foot and bike patrols, participation in campus outreach events, and performances at special events.
We offer presentations on any topics involving personal safety, campus policing, crime prevention, and emergency preparedness, and can customize a presentation for your needs. Current presentations we offer include:
Contact: Hobreigh Fischer at 702-895-1302 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Girls on Guard – Self-Defense Classes
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 and staff. In order to learn more and to participate in one of these sessions, please e-mail Sergeant Denise Murphy at email@example.com, or contact the Jean Nidetch Women's Center at 702-895-4475 for more information regarding classes. "Girls on Guard" self defense courses are scheduled upon request when participant interest is large enough to conduct a class so call today!
Police Vocal Ensemble
The Police Vocal Ensemble performs at a variety of events including UNLV’s annual welcoming ceremony for students, and also performs the national anthem.
Contact: Laura Silva at firstname.lastname@example.org at least ten calendar days before the event.
Police Honor Guard
The Police Honor Guard is composed of officers who have been specially trained to represent both our university and nation with respect at formal functions. This dedicated unit has appeared at university ceremonies and celebrations as well as funerals for fallen officers.
Contact: Brett Goff at email@example.com at least ten calendar days before the event.
All members of the public are invited to participate in a patrol ride-along to gain a first-hand perspective on law enforcement. To participate in a ride along, you will be asked to:
For more information, to schedule a ride-along, or obtain more information, please call the patrol lieutenant at 702-895-2642 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Safety and Security
To ensure a safe campus environment, Police Services participates with a number of administrative units on a biennial safety tour of the campus that checks such things as lighting levels, proper trimming of landscapes, and other physical security concerns. The department also is actively involved in doing security surveys of campus buildings through its detective bureau. To arrange a security survey of your facility contact Police Services’ Detective Unit for more information.
We routinely distribute crime prevention and safety materials to campus and local media outlets. We also distribute crime alert bulletins to notify the campus community of specific crime problems in their area.