Safety

U commits to achieving national safety accreditation

The U is working toward national accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, the “Gold Standard in Public Safety.”


A commitment to a safety system that truly serves the U community

We are in a unique position to rebuild the University of Utah’s public safety functions.


VPR on fighting systemic racism in research

As the Vice President for Research, I stand in unity with the fight against systemic racism, white supremacy and the ongoing oppression of the Black community. #ShutDownSTEM


New health training required for staff and faculty

The online module reviews proper sanitation, hygiene and physical distancing practices.


Understanding racial battle fatigue

The psychophysiological symptoms that people of color may experience living in and navigating through historically white spaces are real and must be discussed.


Spread the word, not the virus

Wear a face covering.


U Health Security featured on industry podcast

Chris Snyder, manager of specialized services for U Health Security, shared lessons learned and best practices for developing an invaluable security program on “Healthcare Security Cast.”


A compassionate, equitable and just society for all

We are all in this together.


Salt Lake City curfew through Monday morning

Visit safeu.utah.edu for more information.


Statement from Chief Rodney Chatman on the death of George Floyd

Safety and security on campus is the highest priority.