When the University faces challenging situations — an impending hurricane, snowstorm or even a Franklin Street basketball celebration – it has a special place on campus where experts and decision makers can keep in constant contact.
In an effort to reduce the exposure of UNC Police officers to the COVID-19 virus while remaining committed to assisting community members on a personal and professional basis during this current health emergency, UNC Police will be enacting a temporary “Special Order: Telephone Response Plan.”
Special Events Coordinator Tiesha Williams works with faculty and students to arrange security for campus events, ranging from road races to notable speakers.
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Welcome to Chiefly Speaking. The first of what will be an online series where I provide insight and answers on complex UNC Police practices, policy, services, viewpoints and expectations on my watch as Assistant Vice Chancellor and Chief of Police at UNC.
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Feb. 11 Update: The suspicious driver who was reported to have interacted with students on campus last week was stopped in his vehicle on campus by UNC Police and identified around 10:30 p.m., Feb. 10.