FBI Director Christopher Wray presents UAPD Captain Chad Stephens with a diploma.

UAPD Captain Graduates from FBI National Academy

A University of Alabama Police Captain graduated from the latest class at the FBI National Academy.

University of Alabama Police Department vehicle in front of Denny Chimes

In an Emergency You Don’t Have to be Afraid

University of Alabama police are ready to respond to any emergencies on campus, so you don’t have to fear.

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Get Ready for Alabama Football Game Day

The 2023 football season kicks off Sept. 2. Here’s everything you need to know if you’re going to a game at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

three members of UAPD at national night out

Meeting Neighbors at National Night Out

University of Alabama Police and others met the community during National Night Out.

A woman poses with Big Al for a photo.

Tips for a Safe Start to a New Semester

Ready for a new semester? Here are 5 tips to make sure you have a great start.

A UAPD officer talks to a little boy in a fireman's hat.

National Night Out Offers Chance for Police and Community to Meet

The annual National Night Out will be held Tuesday, Aug. 1.

Lightning from a thunderstorm.

Thunderstorms: Stay Informed, Stay Safe

Summer in Alabama means hot temperatures and thunderstorms. Follow these tips to stay safe.

Be Ready: Severe Weather Forecast for June 14

Be Ready: Severe Weather Forecast for June 14

The National Weather Service is forecasting a risk for severe weather Wednesday, June 14. Stay weather aware and prepare with these safety tips.

A thermometer showing a temperature of 110 degrees Farenheit.

It’s Getting Hot Out Here

As the temperature rises, follow these simple tips to beat the heat and stay safe throughout the summer days.

Two couples at a swimming pool.

Stay Afloat: Tips for Water Safety

Whether your summer plans include a trip to the beach, a day on the lake or just an afternoon at the pool, if you’re planning on swimming or just being around water you need to consider safety first.