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The UT Austin Bait-Bite program makes the national news!
UT Austin Police successfully uses Bait-Bike program to track and locate bicycle theives in cooperation with the Austin Police Department.
UT Health Science Center San Antonio Police arrest an employee accused of sending harrassing text messages.
Officers from UT Arlington PD aided in the identification and detention of a man on a mental health warrant.
Congratulations to the University of Texas Health Science Center Police Department and Chief Michael Parks for meeting the requirements and achieving IACLEA Accreditation!
UT San Antonio PD Honor Guard has been selected to lead the 2013 State of Texas Police Memorial Parade which begins on South Congress at Lady Bird Lake at 10AM on May 6th—Kudos to UTSA PD, Chief Barrera and Lt. Padulla (Honor Guard Commander)!
UTSW PD apprehend Dallas fugitive captured after checking into hospital for cuts suffered in escape
An April Fool's joke lands two UTEP students in jail.
UTEP safe after evacuation; 15, 000 people flee campus after bomb threat phoned in
UT Pan American PD canine officers assist the Valley High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area task force and seize 956 pounds of marijuana in an Alamo, TX residence
Lt. Stephanie Padula of the UTSA PD awarded the Celebrating Excellence Award for FY 2013, congratulations Lt. Padula!
Over Two pounds of Marijuana and 15 Grams of Amphetamine Seized by UT San Antonio Police Department Officers.
UT Dallas Chief Larry Zacharias featured in the latest issue of the UT Dallas student Newspaper, The Mercury.
UT Arlington Chief Robert Hayes announces his plans to retire Spring 2013.
UT Tyler and UT Tyler Health Science Center Police Departments recognized for their efforst in successfully responding to a choking victim at a campus event.
A story from the Business and Finance Quarterly Update issued by the UTMB Office of the Executive Vice President about UTMB PD's recent CALEA Accreditation.
A story in the McAllen Monitor about the arrest of a man accused in a kidnapping for ransom on the campus of UT Pan American.
A report in the October 2, 2012 Tyler Morning Telegraph highlights UT Tyler's 2012 Annual Security and Fire Report which shows declining crime statistics.
Derogatory comment against Islam motive in UTB bomb threat. UT Brownsville Police arrested a suspect accused of phoning in a bomb threat to the UT Brownsville campus early Sunday morning, September 16, 2012.
UT System Police Rapid Response Team deploys to support UT Brownsville PD in the search for and arrest of suspect threatening to detonate an explosive device on campus—the suspect was taken into custody without incident within twelve hours of the arrest.
Officer Molly Ralph's selection as Officer of the Month for July is featured in the July UTPA Newsletter.
The University of Texas Medical Branch Police Department in the new navy uniform was featured in June 6, 2012 issue of the campus online newspaper Impact. http://www.utmb.edu/impact/article.aspx?IAID=754
Eighteen students arrested in 'sweatshop" protest at UT Austin on April 18, 2012:
Chief John Cardoza, UT Brownsville participated in the Police Executive Research Forum's (PERF) Regional Meeting to discuss the issues of illegal immigration. A picture and link to the report are available on the Institution Photo Gallery page
How Secure are the labs handling the world's deadliest pathogens? (Reuters)
Congratulations to Chief Tom Engells and the University of Texas Medical Branch Police Department on gaining CALEA Recognition!
Chief Bill Adcox and Chief Tom Engells recognized for their contributions to security and public safety by Security Magazine.
Chief Engells Recognized for his Exceptional Support and Leadership by the Galveston Police Department
UTMB Aides Tri-County Fire Victims
UTPA Welcomes newest addtion to PD. Drug dogs to sniff out narcotics around campus.
Story about the System Rapid Response Team featured on UT4U.
UT Tyler President Rodney Mabry and Michael J. Heidingsfield, UT System director of police, recently recognized the four UT Tyler police officers and guard for apprehending a suspect of an attempted sexual assault that occurred July 5. UT Tyler Student Blog
Congratulations to UT Austin Police Department's Captain Don Verett who has been accepted to attend the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia! We will look forward to seeing his name on the list of FBINA Graduates posted on the Director's Update page.
UT System Guard and Police Officers Rescue Potential Suicide Victim
University of Texas is first University System Nationwide to Receive MIPT Training
TSPA Spring 2011 Newsletter - UT Police Director Heidingsfield Answers Your Questions
Director Speaks at Dallas Police Department Graduation Ceremony - Invitation
UT Pan Am and UT Brownsville listed in the top 50 Safest Campuses in the US