Chiefly Speaking: Community Oriented Policing

February 11, 2020

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.

Categories: Chiefly Speaking

UPDATE: Suspicious Conditions Reported

February 6, 2020

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.

Categories: Announcements, Safety

Meet the Team: Chief David Perry

January 9, 2020

From a love of small dogs to growing up all over the world, our new Chief of Police is full of surprises! It’s National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, and what a great occasion to begin our UNC Police Meet the Team series with a candid conversation with Chief Perry.

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Shop with a Cop

December 19, 2019

With $100 to spend and a lot of holiday cheer, students from Seawell Elementary School wheeled carts through the aisles of Walmart, gathering up both needed items and sought-after toys with local police officers right by their side, helping to reach toys from the top shelf.

Categories: Outreach

Saluting a Community Hero

December 16, 2019

The Chamber for a Greater Chapel Hill-Carrboro recognized Tiesha Williams at the annual Salute to Community Heroes on Thursday, Dec. 12. The ceremony celebrated the dedication of a dozen civilians and first-responders who are committed to making Chapel Hill-Carrboro a thriving, healthy and sustainable community.

Categories: Awards