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Uniforms Help Get the Job Done

February 1, 2022

Learn which Carolina employees wear a body camera, a helmet with a light-sensitive lens and a vest that reads “Free hugs & kisses.”

Six Steps Forward

June 23, 2020

In less than a year, while managing the unprecedented interruption to campus life due to the COVID-19 pandemic and mass protests against systemic police racism, Chief Perry is making progress, thanks to his unwavering focus on community-oriented policing.

Coffee with a Cop

November 15, 2019

Thanks to the Chapel Hill/Carrboro YMCA for hosting “Coffee with a Cop” this morning, providing another opportunity for UNC Police, the Chapel Hill Police Department and officers from other area agencies to share coffee and conversation with members of the communities we serve and protect.

Supporting Students — Sgt. James David

May 13, 2019

A 2010 Carolina graduate, James David’s career path took him in a very different direction from his economics major, or so he thought. Now a sergeant for UNC Police, he more typically engages his police academy training and his crisis intervention training. But he can also cite at least one recent time the economics major came in handy.

Shop with a Cop: December 2018

December 17, 2018

Officers from UNC Police & other local police agencies shared cheer with Frank Porter Graham Elementary School students, courtesy of the Chapel Hill Optimist Club’s annual “Shop with a Cop” program.

No Shave November

November 29, 2018

These are just few of the UNC Police officers forgoing shaving to support the “No Shave November Foundation.” The UNC Police Department is donating funds and “going grizzly” thru November and “Double Down December” to raise awareness, support research, and support co-workers who are battling cancer.

A Dog with a Job

June 4, 2018

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.