Tailgating before the game is a great gameday tradition at Carolina — a time for family, friends, and alumni to gather, socialize and celebrate Carolina football. UNC Police, along with staff from UNC Transportation and Parking, Environment, Health and Safety and Carolina Athletics, are proud to support this Carolina tradition,…
Due to planned activity in McCorkle Place today, Saturday, Sept. 8, East Cameron Avenue will be closed to through traffic between Columbia Street and Raleigh Street.
Franklin, a two-year-old chocolate Labrador retriever, is an assistance dog with a specialty in crisis response working alongside officers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to support individuals experiencing stress or trauma.
Already a fixture on campus as a final exam de-stressing resource for students, UNC Police K9 handler Officer Ray Rodriguez introduced the department’s new Therapy Dog “Franklin” to Scout Troop 39 at University United Methodist Church last night, located (appropriately) on “Franklin” Street.
This week, March 4-10, is Severe Weather Preparedness Week in North Carolina.