IN CASE OF EMERGENCY

Call 405-974-2345 or 9-1-1
24 hours a day, 7 days a week


E-Mail: police@uco.edu
Fax: 405-974-3872
Located on the west side of main campus along University Drive, west of the Education Building.
Jeff Harp
Executive Director/Chief of Police
jharp@uco.edu

Julius Adkins
Captain (Operations Commander)
jadkins@uco.edu
TIP LINE
Broncho Five-O: 974-FIVE (3483)

 

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For ALL Medical Emergencies, call 9-1-1. UCO Police will be contacted in the event of a medical emergency on campus. For your safety it is best to contact medical services ASAP.

If you need to speak with an Officer in person you can visit the station at any time, located here.



Crime PreventionPatches and Coins

  • Our philosophy and mission are focused on prevention of crime. Each crime prevented is important to us. We do this through regular vehicle, bicycle and foot patrols on campus, but more importantly, we work to prevent crime through educational efforts.

  • The University Police and Emergency Management are partnered with other campus offices to provide relevant and meaningful programs and presentations to students, faculty, staff and others. We can custom-tailor a program to meet your group's needs. Topics include but are not limited to alcohol education, sexual assault prevention and response, property-theft prevention, identify theft prevention and any other topic that is within our resources to provide. For more information or to request a program please contact Assistant Chief Ted Jones or any other police staff person by calling 405-974-2345 or stop by our offices during regular business hours.

Community Policing

  • Community policing is a philosophy that is founded on a partnership between the police and the community they serve. While many municipal police agencies have adopted community policing, most campus police departments, including UCO, have operated under a philosophy founded on community policing for many decades.

  • The most important element in the partnership is accessibility by the community to police officers to discuss problems before they emerge so that remedies can be identified and implemented. To do this our police staff work as visibly as possible on foot and on bicycle patrol to help stimulate contact and conversation.