News and Announcements

» UT Police at Houston Kicks-off Annual Children's Gift Drive

UT Police at Houston Annual Children's Gift Drive benefits patients at Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital, CE Odom Pediatric and Adolescent Health Center and UTHealth Harris County Psychiatric Center. Donations will be accepted November 19 through December 14. 

» Dean Barbara J. Stoll dedicates latest issue of Study Break to UT Police

The latest issue of Study Break takes a deep dive into the role of UT Police in the safety and security of the community. 

» Winners of the 2018 US OSPAs Announced

Executive Director and Deputy Chief Security Officer Ray Gerwitz has been selected as the recipient of the 2018 Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPA) – Outstanding In-House Security Manager/Director Award.

» Organizational Health, Individual Wellness

UT Police at Houston's Combined Protection Model, along with the mission and vision of the organization is featured in the August 2018 issue of Security Management Magazine.

» Timely Warning Update: Suspect Wanted for Murder Commits Suicide

The Houston Police Department has confirmed the death of the suspect in local doctor's murder.

» The world’s largest medical city is ready for the storm

This spring, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) added two military surplus high-water vehicles to its fleet in response to Harvey.

» Employee Abuse Tops List of Healthcare Security Concerns

UT Police is quoted in an article about access control, cameras and culture change.

» Salazar Participates in Alma Mater's Careers Panel

Maribel Salazar participated in a careers panel for the University of St. Thomas Research Symposium.

» UT Police Telecommunications Supervisor Earns Registered Public-Safety Leader Designation

UT Police at Houston would like to recognize Police Telecommunications Supervisor, Anna Keathley, for completing the Association of Public-Safety Officers (APCO) Certificate Program.

» Smithville/Bastrop Support Blue Santa Toy Drive

This holiday season, UT Police is giving back by participating in toy drives at the UTHealth and MD Anderson campuses in Smithville/Bastrop.

» UT Police at Houston Ranked #4 in the Healthcare/Hospital/Medical Center Sector

We are pleased to announce that Security magazine has ranked UT Police at Houston as #4 in the Healthcare/Hospital/Medical Center Sector in their 2017 Security 500 Report.

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