safety

U statement regarding Sept. 3 UnsafeU protests

Safety is a top priority for the University of Utah.


Campus digital signage

You can see the new signs all over campus.


Integrating safety

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


Working together toward safety

Nationally recognized program keeps hospital staff safe by focusing on de-escalation techniques.


Updated university statement and FAQ on McCluskey lawsuit

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


Weeklong curfew for Salt Lake City

The move comes after protests downtown.


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.


Statement from University of Utah Police Chief Rodney Chatman

An independent investigation into allegations against a former U police officer will be completed by the Utah Department of Public Safety.


Project Orange outlines guidelines and timeline for a return to campus

The guidelines are expected to be made available to the campus community by May 1.