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This page was created to share information with members of the University at Buffalo community, including students, staff and visitors. The University at Buffalo (UB) is one of the safest campuses in the country, but like any large community, crimes do occur. UB's University Police are responsible for on-campus enforcement of local, state and federal laws along with Student Conduct Rules and Regulations. The highly trained police officers of UB's University Police are the first to respond to all campus medical, fire, and criminal emergencies 24 hours a day, 365 days
per year. Students should call 716-645-2222 for all campus emergencies, or pick up any emergency blue light phone (located in convenient locations on both campuses) to be directly connected to University Police. For non-emergency assistance, call 716-645-2227. Students living off campus should call their municipal emergency authorities (i.e., City of Buffalo or Town of Amherst) at 911. University at Buffalo’s Division of Student Affairs Facebook Terms of Use:
This University at Buffalo (UB) page welcomes community contributions (e.g. comments, photo tagging, etc.). Community-contributed content on the page is the opinion of the specific author and does not represent UB. UB abides by Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities, and we ask our Facebook fans to do the same. In particular, please do not post any of the following: material that is unlawful, misleading, malicious or discriminatory, content that is hateful, threatening or pornographic; incites violence; or contains nudity or graphic and/or gratuitous violence; copyrighted music, copyrighted photos or copyrighted video files; advertising or any form of commercial solicitation. UB reserves the right, but is not obligated, to remove comments that violate these terms of service; are factually erroneous/libelous; are off-topic; that cannot be translated into English by Google Translate or other free online translation software; or that otherwise violate Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities. Facebook encourages all users to utilize the "Report" links when they find abusive content. Photo Sharing Terms and Conditions:
We reserve the right to remove images for any reason at any time. We may, but have no obligation to, remove content that we determine in our sole discretion is offensive, threatening, libelous, defamatory, obscene or otherwise objectionable or violates any party's anonymity, intellectual property or these Terms of Use.

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Today we recognize the Heroic efforts made by Officers Guzman and Lawrence in the first quarter of 2021. They selflessly...
04/29/2021

Today we recognize the Heroic efforts made by Officers Guzman and Lawrence in the first quarter of 2021. They selflessly put themselves in harm's way to save a suicidal woman. http://www.buffalo.edu/police/announcements.host.html/content/shared/www/police/public/announcements/2021/outstanding-service-04-2021.detail.html

Today we recognize the Heroic efforts made by Officers Guzman and Lawrence in the first quarter of 2021. They selflessly put themselves in harm's way to save a suicidal woman. http://www.buffalo.edu/police/announcements.host.html/content/shared/www/police/public/announcements/2021/outstanding-service-04-2021.detail.html

Helping out our partners at University Police at Buffalo State
04/28/2021

Helping out our partners at University Police at Buffalo State

Timeline Photos
04/21/2021

Timeline Photos

A message from #UBuffalo President Satish Tripathi on the Derek Chauvin trial verdict:

"Dear university community,

A few moments ago, we all learned the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial. This landmark trial has been viewed as a referendum on police accountability and brutality against Black and Brown Americans—and, as such, it has been closely followed by millions of people demanding the abiding structural change that is long overdue in our country.

Of course, the deep-seated hurt, sadness and anger that George Floyd’s murder evoked cannot be wiped away with the reading of a guilty verdict. It is my ardent hope that as we pause and reflect on the verdict, we consider how we can transform this moment in our collective history into a turning point for genuine reconciliation and change: change in our hearts, our minds, our practices, our systems.

As I have said before, we at UB can actively contribute to transformative change through our mission and its expression in our education, our research, scholarship and creative activities, and our engagement with one another and the many communities we serve.

Together, as a university community, we must continue working toward the ideals of social justice, recognizing that achieving them will lead to a brighter future for those who have been marginalized and disenfranchised throughout our country’s history—and for our nation as a whole."

Read the full statement: https://bit.ly/3v2L6fp

Timeline Photos
04/16/2021

Timeline Photos

A message from #UBuffalo President Satish Tripathi:

Over the past several weeks, the public has turned its attention to the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd. Now, with the prosecution and defense having rested, the concluding phase of the trial is set to begin.

Although we could have anticipated that these proceedings would prove emotionally draining for anyone following them, the deeply disturbing evidence and wrenching testimony have borne a heavier psychological toll on many of our Black students, colleagues, peers, friends and neighbors. Against the backdrop of a fervent racial justice reckoning, demonstrations over police brutality against Black and Brown Americans, a pandemic that has magnified social injustice, and oppression that has persisted from our country’s founding, I understand that some of you may be feeling as traumatized in the retelling of this terrible episode as when you first learned of it.

When I talk to our students, I hear anxiety, sadness and raw frustration over a system that continues to allow this violence to happen—most recently resulting in the heartbreaking deaths of Adam Toledo and Daunte Wright. When I meet with our faculty and staff, they echo the same sense of dismay over the power structures that perpetuate racism and brutality. What you tell me—directly and indirectly—is that you are demanding change. I hear the urgency in your voice, and I share your insistence that action is overdue.

As a scholarly community, we seek to create change through our research, our education and our engagement with the communities we serve. We all recognize that it will take great effort, innovation, compassion and ingenuity if we are to topple systemic racism and disrupt this cycle of senseless tragedy, and we embrace the challenge. Not for self-congratulatory purposes. Not because we view ourselves as uniquely positioned to answer this call. We do it because it is unequivocally the right thing to do.

I am constantly considering how our university community can most effectively serve as an agent of change. As I write to you, I acknowledge that there is so much to be done. Truly, our work is far from over. But we are making progress, and I am proud of the action we have taken thus far. It shows me that, when we approach this task in solidarity, with a mandate to uproot discrimination and intolerance, we can help cultivate, in the words of Martin Luther King Jr., “a society at peace with itself—a society that can live with its conscience.”

I hope our ongoing endeavors to achieve social justice instill in you a sense of hope that we are moving toward a more equitable and inclusive society. I also hope our work provides you with a measure of optimism for a brighter, more just future—for UB, and for our world.

If you are in need of emotional support at this time, if you would like to join in a discussion about the trial, or if you are seeking ways to help your students process this consequential moment, we have resources for everyone in our UB community.

Allow me to emphasize that we are a community that is stronger by virtue of our diverse viewpoints, backgrounds and identities. Although not all of us carry the trauma of systemic racism, it is my greatest wish that we stand together in the effort to overcome it. This commitment is core to our identity as a scholarly community. It is etched into our university’s mission. We have no intention, or desire, to pay lip service to the ideals of social justice. Throughout UB’s 175-year history, we have always channeled our ideas into action in service of the greater good.

That is our unifying constant. And that will be the case long after the verdict is read in the trial of Derek Chauvin—indeed, for as long as it takes.

Sincerely,

Satish K. Tripathi
President

Full statement: https://bit.ly/3gihpCS

Happy National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week! #NPSTW2021 Every year during the second week of April, the telecomm...
04/12/2021

Happy National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week! #NPSTW2021
Every year during the second week of April, the telecommunications personnel in the public safety community, are honored. This week-long event, initially set up in 1981 by Patricia Anderson of the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office in California, is a time to celebrate and thank those who dedicate their lives to serving the public. It is a week that should be set aside so everyone can be made aware of their hard work and dedication.
We could not do our job without our dispatchers!
#thankadispatcher

Happy National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week! #NPSTW2021
Every year during the second week of April, the telecommunications personnel in the public safety community, are honored. This week-long event, initially set up in 1981 by Patricia Anderson of the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office in California, is a time to celebrate and thank those who dedicate their lives to serving the public. It is a week that should be set aside so everyone can be made aware of their hard work and dedication.
We could not do our job without our dispatchers!
#thankadispatcher

Do You Know this Person?Your UB Police are looking for assistance in identifying the person in this photo after he stole...
04/01/2021

Do You Know this Person?

Your UB Police are looking for assistance in identifying the person in this photo after he stole personal items from the Clinton Hall Laundry room.
http://www.buffalo.edu/police/reporting/make-a-report/do-you-know-this-person.host.html/content/shared/www/police/public/bits-of-information/reporting/report-tabs/make-a-report/do-you-know-this-person/incident-21-004731.detail.html

Do You Know this Person?

Your UB Police are looking for assistance in identifying the person in this photo after he stole personal items from the Clinton Hall Laundry room.
http://www.buffalo.edu/police/reporting/make-a-report/do-you-know-this-person.host.html/content/shared/www/police/public/bits-of-information/reporting/report-tabs/make-a-report/do-you-know-this-person/incident-21-004731.detail.html

03/22/2021

"Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have seen a deeply disturbing spike in incidents of hatred and violence against Asians and Asian Americans in our country. With this week’s horrific shootings in Atlanta of eight people, including six women of Asian descent, this has intensified the concern and fear already reverberating across the Asian and Asian American communities. We stand in sorrow and solidarity with our students, faculty and staff of Asian descent. Moreover, as a global community of scholars grounded in ideals of social justice, we condemn, in the strongest of terms, anti-Asian harassment, hatred and violence—just as we condemn the ignorance, prejudice and bigotry at their root.

At UB, we are incredibly fortunate to count a large—and growing—number of students, faculty and staff of Asian descent as members of our university community. In fact, Asian and Asian American students comprise a significant percentage of our student enrollment. We have strong international partnerships with 40 universities in Asia—and some of these collaborations date back 40 years. Going back even further in our institutional history, UB’s first students from Asia attended our medical school in the 19th century.

Throughout this time, we have always treasured UB’s Asian and Asian American communities for their diversity of intellectual perspective, the cultural richness they share with our campus community and their critical contributions to pressing societal issues. At this moment, sadly, one of the most troubling issues is xenophobia. That is why it is imperative that we at UB reaffirm, and recommit to, our mission and identity as a university grounded in principles of inclusion, diversity and social justice.

We know that we can effect positive and lasting change through the education of our students, our research, our creative activities, and our collective commitment to the greater good. UB must always serve as a beacon of hope. By harnessing our mission of excellence, we can overcome ignorance and the stigmatization, divisiveness and hostility that it breeds.

To our entire UB community—and to our Asian and Asian American communities in particular, let me reiterate: Hate has no haven at UB. We will never allow xenophobia to gain traction on our campus. We are here for you, we stand with you, and we deeply value all of your contributions to our campus community." -#UBuffalo President Satish Tripathi

Full statement: https://bit.ly/3cLrp43

For the week of 03/09/2021 - 03/16/2021, your UB Police handled 558 incidents. You can learn more here.http://www.buffal...
03/16/2021

For the week of 03/09/2021 - 03/16/2021, your UB Police handled 558 incidents. You can learn more here.
http://www.buffalo.edu/police/reporting/see-a-report/weekly-incident-reports.html
***Pre-COVID Photo from emergency drill at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences***

For the week of 03/09/2021 - 03/16/2021, your UB Police handled 558 incidents. You can learn more here.
http://www.buffalo.edu/police/reporting/see-a-report/weekly-incident-reports.html
***Pre-COVID Photo from emergency drill at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences***

Scammers are targeting UB employees by sending email claiming to be mailadmins and claiming that there's been unusual ac...
03/10/2021

Scammers are targeting UB employees by sending email claiming to be mailadmins and claiming that there's been unusual activity on their account. The email address [email protected] does not exist at UB. DO NOT OPEN THIS EMAIL OR ANY OF THE LINKS IT CONTAINS.
http://www.buffalo.edu/ubit/news/alerts/ubit-security/phishing-scams/phishingmessage3-9-21.html

Scammers are targeting UB employees by sending email claiming to be mailadmins and claiming that there's been unusual activity on their account. The email address [email protected] does not exist at UB. DO NOT OPEN THIS EMAIL OR ANY OF THE LINKS IT CONTAINS.
http://www.buffalo.edu/ubit/news/alerts/ubit-security/phishing-scams/phishingmessage3-9-21.html

Happy International Women’s day! Your UB Police rely on the strength and compassion of our women Dispatchers, Officers, ...
03/08/2021

Happy International Women’s day! Your UB Police rely on the strength and compassion of our women Dispatchers, Officers, Lieutenants, Investigators and Support Staff to get our job done every day! #IWD

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Welcome to the official page for UB's University Police. This page was created to share information with members of the University at Buffalo community, including students, staff and visitors. The University at Buffalo (UB) is one of the safest campuses in the country, but like any large community, crimes do occur. UB's University Police are responsible for on-campus enforcement of local, state and federal laws along with Student Conduct Rules and Regulations. The highly trained police officers of UB's University Police are the first to respond to all campus medical, fire, and criminal emergencies 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. Students should call 716-645-2222 for all campus emergencies, or pick up any emergency blue light phone (located in convenient locations on both campuses) to be directly connected to University Police. For non-emergency assistance, call 716-645-2227. Students living off campus should call their municipal emergency authorities (i.e., City of Buffalo or Town of Amherst) at 911. This University at Buffalo (UB) page welcomes community contributions (e.g. comments, photo tagging, etc.). Community-contributed content on the page is the opinion of the specific author and does not represent UB. UB abides by Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities, and we ask our Facebook fans to do the same. In particular, please do not post any of the following: material that is unlawful, misleading, malicious or discriminatory, content that is hateful, threatening or pornographic; incites violence; or contains nudity or graphic and/or gratuitous violence; copyrighted music, copyrighted photos or copyrighted video files; advertising or any form of commercial solicitation. UB reserves the right, but is not obligated, to remove comments that violate these terms of service; are factually erroneous/libelous; are off-topic; that cannot be translated into English by Google Translate or other free online translation software; or that otherwise violate Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities. Facebook encourages all users to utilize the "Report" links when they find abusive content. Photo Sharing Terms and Conditions: We reserve the right to remove images for any reason at any time. We may, but have no obligation to, remove content that we determine in our sole discretion is offensive, threatening, libelous, defamatory, obscene or otherwise objectionable or violates any party's anonymity, intellectual property or these Terms of Use.

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