Chief Safety Officer

Responding to incidents of racism and bias

The Racist and Bias Incident Response Team oversees university protocols, programs and processes to provide appropriate and calculated responses to incidents involving bias and racism at the university.


Meet interim CSO Keith Squires

Squires approaches safety holistically by looking at the needs of the community and providing resources that can truly make a difference.


Aerial photo of the John R. Park Building at the University of Utah

University of Utah statement on Marlon Lynch

Lynch was named as the U’s chief safety officer in December 2019.


VP Debate: That’s a wrap, folks

A look at how the 2020 Vice Presidential Debate played out at the U.


New public safety committees announced

Students, faculty and staff to help shape the future of university safety.


U police recognized for COVID-19 response

Hospital leaders presented a personalized plaque to several law enforcement agencies that work with U of U Health on a regular basis.


Safety standards

New position leads Campus Security, public safety compliance and accreditation efforts.


Integrating safety

The Department of Public Safety is transforming and changing to better serve the U community.


Updated university statement and FAQ on McCluskey lawsuit

The hearing is set for May 13, 2020, at the federal courthouse in Salt Lake City.


Transparent, accountable and accessible

Chief Safety Officer Marlon Lynch wants the U community to feel safe and be part of campus safety decisions.