University Police

Being a “high performance” agency is our commitment. We provide effective law enforcement and safety initiatives by communicating, policing, producing problem-solving strategies, and establishing collaborative partnerships. We are dedicated to delivering friendly customer service and initiating positive encounters.

Welcome to the NCCU Police and Department of Public Safety

Our delivery of police service centers around one primary concern: to serve and protect all those who come to the campus. 

Services and Links

University Police outside of police car.

The goal of NC Central's Police Department is to provide a safe and secure campus, which can only be realized through establishing partnerships with our students, faculty, staff, and community.

University Honor Guard

The Daily Crime and Fire Log is updated within two business days in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act and contains crimes and fires reported to the NC Central Police Department.

Chief of University Police in training

We offer training throughout the year to equip NC Central community members with the necessary knowledge to protect their well-being and safety. View our current training and outreach programs.

University police patch

This form allows for the submission of a comment for superior service or complaint against a law enforcement employee with the NCCU Police Department.  Completion of this form notifies the department of the issue for review. 

Emergency Management

North Carolina Central University uses the RAVE Mobility System to provide emergency notifications and essential information to the campus.

University Police Building

Clery Act Information

The Clery Act requires the collection and publication of campus crime statistics and security information for all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs.

James E. Shepard Statue with Administration building in background.

About the University Police

The University Police Department is organized as a department of 28 sworn law enforcement officers, 16 security officers, 5 telecommunicators, and 4 administrative staff members.