Marlon Lynch

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.


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University of Utah statement on Marlon Lynch

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


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Leading anti-racism in higher education

How the U is helping disrupt complicit racism across the nation.


Handling racist and bias incidents on campus

The Office of the Chief Safety Officer has a new liaison to coordinate community engagement initiatives with organizations across campus.


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The intersection of EDI and public safety

Creating a safe and inclusive campus environment.


University of Utah and parents of Lauren McCluskey announce settlement agreement

The agreement includes a settlement payment to the McCluskeys and a charitable donation to the Lauren McCluskey Foundation.


VP Debate: That’s a wrap, folks

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


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Hands up, don’t shoot

The Utah Criminal Justice Center presents a series of conversations and a challenge: Reject apathy or silence and dare to care.


U police commit to community service

Conversations with students, faculty and staff shaping the direction of university police.


Integrating safety

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