- Bike Round-Up
We will be removing bikes August 8 - 11, 2016. Click link for additional information.
- Come Work For Us
We have part-time employment opportunities available. Click link for additional information.
- Coffee With a Cop (PDF)
Thanks for a great year. We will see you in the Fall. Next session will be Wednesday, September 14, 2016.
- FBI: Countering Violent Extremism
- Wilmington Crime Map
Emergency: Dial 911 from any UNCW extension, including courtesy phones
- Police Alert
- Important Numbers
- Crime Log
- Active Shooter Training
- News Releases can be viewed at UNCW News & Events Site
- Have Questions? Check the FAQ
- What to do about Sexual Assault
- R.A.D. Self Defense Course for Women
- Interactive Campus Map
- Are You Being Stalked? (PDF)
- UNCW Police Record Request
- Campus Safety Q & A (PDF)
- Suspicious Packages (PDF)
- Suspicious Package Checklist (PDF)
- Crime Reporting Policy
- Emergency Response
- Student Gender-Based/Sexual Misconduct Policy
- Missing Residential Student
- Alcohol Policy
- Illegal Drugs Policy
- Special Event Security Policy
- Protection of Minors Policy
- Fire Safety Report
- H&RL Campus Living Handbook
- NC Sex Offender Registry
- WEAPONS ON CAMPUS
UNCW Police Department
The UNCW Police Department is located on the East side of campus, on Lionfish Drive, and is open 24 hours a day. Police officers patrol the campus seven days a week, 365 days a year. The primary objective of the UNCW Police Department is to provide a safe and secure environment within which students, faculty, and staff can live, learn, and work. The department is comprised of three divisions - Support Services, Investigations, and Operations. The officers who staff these divisions are duly sworn, certified, armed, and empowered with the same authority as other local law enforcement officers in the State of North Carolina as regulated by the North Carolina Department of Justice.
Telecommunicators, program managers and command-level personnel provide administrative support for the various divisions. The department also employs 5 full-time and approximately 15 part-time security guards who assist community members by performing building patrols, area patrols, escorts and access to other departmental services.
You may also contact the UNCW Police Department by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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