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University of Houston Police Department The University of Houston Police Department (UHPD) strives to ensure the safety and security of students, faculty, staff and visitors while on campus.

Operating as usual

09/01/2021

September is National Preparedness Month and each week we will be sharing preparedness tips and tools.
This week we are focusing on Making A Plan. When working on your plan, be sure to address all types of emergencies. #beready
https://www.ready.gov/plan

Rest In Peace Lieutenant Derrick McClinton.  Thank you for serving the community at the University of Houston then conti...
08/29/2021

Rest In Peace Lieutenant Derrick McClinton. Thank you for serving the community at the University of Houston then continuing on after retirement at Rice University. You will be missed by the University community. ❤️💙

08/14/2021

OEM & UHPD says, congrats to all the graduates!! Celebrating the 2020 grads

Some good tips to prevent catalytic converter theft.
08/06/2021
6 ways to prevent catalytic converter theft on your vehicle

Some good tips to prevent catalytic converter theft.

After a rash of catalytic converter thefts in Greater Houston, law enforcement and AAA are putting out resources with what car owners can do to help deter people from stealing their catalytic converters.

Rest In Peace Chief Sterling Baker! #UHPDFirstChiefOfPolice
06/30/2021

Rest In Peace Chief Sterling Baker!
#UHPDFirstChiefOfPolice

Rest In Peace Chief Sterling Baker!
#UHPDFirstChiefOfPolice

Today we say goodbye to University of Houston’s first Police Chief. Rest In Peace Chief Sterling Baker!
06/30/2021
Sterling Baker – Jeter Memorial Services

Today we say goodbye to University of Houston’s first Police Chief.
Rest In Peace Chief Sterling Baker!

Sterling Baker ended his earthly watch and was called home by God on June 24th, 2021. He was born in Dittlinger, Texas, on October 12th, 1924, to Marie and George W. Baker. Sterling entered and began to impact the world from an early age. He did it his way until the very end.

June 1st is approaching.  Stay prepared for the 2021 Hurricane Season.
05/26/2021

June 1st is approaching. Stay prepared for the 2021 Hurricane Season.

Now is the time to get prepared for the 2021 Hurricane Season

05/14/2021

Happening NOW! If you are registered with Workforce Solutions, be sure to "Virtually" stop by and see current job openings.
Workforce Solutions Virtual Job Fair!
https://wrksolutions.easyvirtualfair.com/

05/12/2021

Due to severe thunderstorms forecasted Wednesday morning, the University of Houston has moved the commencement ceremony for the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) to Thursday, May 13 at 7 p.m. at TDECU Stadium.

An amazing thing happened today! Two more UH Police Dispatchers transitioned in to UH Police Officers! Introducing~Polic...
04/09/2021

An amazing thing happened today! Two more UH Police Dispatchers transitioned in to UH Police Officers!
Introducing~
Police Officer Garza and Police Officer Llamas.
Officer Square (former UH Police Dispatcher) will show them the way to a successful career!

Join to End It
04/06/2021

Join to End It

Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery that impacts nearly 21 million people around the world. Join the End It Movement and help spread awareness about ending human trafficking. Visit bit.ly/EndIt2021 for information on how to join the movement. @UHWGRC

Oh Yes! Final 4 Gear to support @UHCougarMBK 🏀
03/31/2021

Oh Yes! Final 4 Gear to support @UHCougarMBK 🏀

Oh Yes! Final 4 Gear to support @UHCougarMBK 🏀

Bicycle Registration is now required.  Good thing is, it's free!
03/16/2021
Bicycle registration

Bicycle Registration is now required. Good thing is, it's free!

The campus bicycle registration process is free and easy to do.

FREE On Campus COVID-19 Testing for Faculty, Staff and Students.
03/16/2021
On-Campus Testing

FREE On Campus COVID-19 Testing for Faculty, Staff and Students.

On-Campus Testing Free COVID-19 Testing The University of Houston is partnering with the well-known testing company Curative to provide a free, walk-up kiosk on campus where  faculty, students and staff can be tested regardless of whether they have symptoms. By appointment only, the testing servic...

03/16/2021

Free off campus COVID-19 Testing schedule for the week of March 15.

Off campus Covid-19 testing schedule for the week of March 1, 2021.
03/01/2021
Houston Alerts Notification

Off campus Covid-19 testing schedule for the week of March 1, 2021.

The Houston Health Department and its agency partners are announcing the schedule for sites offering free COVID-19 tests the week of March 1, 2021. Nineteen FREE+FAST+SAFE testing sites across Houston are on the schedule for the week.Houston Health DepartmentThe Houston Health Department will o...

On campus COVID-19 testing available for Faculty, Staff and Students.
02/23/2021
On-Campus Testing

On campus COVID-19 testing available for Faculty, Staff and Students.

On-Campus Testing Free COVID-19 Testing The University of Houston is partnering with the well-known testing company Curative to provide a free, walk-up kiosk on campus where  faculty, students and staff can be tested regardless of whether they have symptoms. By appointment only, the testing servic...

Off campus COVID 19 testing.
02/23/2021

Off campus COVID 19 testing.

Looking for a Full Time Job?UHPD is now HIRING for the following positions:Police SergeantPolice CorporalPolice Corporal...
02/23/2021
Job Search

Looking for a Full Time Job?
UHPD is now HIRING for the following positions:

Police Sergeant
Police Corporal
Police Corporal– Katy Campus
Police Officer
Police Dispatch Supervisor
Police Dispatcher 2
Police Dispatcher
Security Officer
Security Officer Katy
Security Officer Sugar Land

Vacation & Sick Time Leave & Health Benefits available!
Apply on the link below. Email Jesus Santos if you have any questions regarding a position [email protected]

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02/19/2021

It is ILLEGAL for a company to sell fuel, food, medicine, plumbing supplies, batteries, and disaster supplies at an excessive price during a state of emergency. Report price gouging here: https://bit.ly/2Nas0Ut

Timeline Photos
02/19/2021

Timeline Photos

Thank you for your patience as we’ve work to bring our #COVID19 testing back in service. We’re happy to announce our testing sites will open today to San Jacinto College, M.O. Campbell and Lone Star College today from 12pm-6pm. If you had an appointment earlier this week, you must register again, visit hcphtx.org or call 832-927-7575.

Timeline Photos
02/18/2021

Timeline Photos

METRO will resume limited services on Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021 for essential trips only. Bus service will operate on the following 15 METRO bus routes:

• 2 BELLAIRE
• 8 WEST BELLFORT
• 20 CANAL/MEMORIAL
• 26 LONG POINT/CAVALCADE
• 28 OST / WAYSIDE
• 40 TELEPHONE/HEIGHTS
• 50 BROADWAY
• 52 HARDY - LEY
• 54 SCOTT
• 56 AIRLINE/MONTROSE
• 63 FONDREN
• 65 BISSONNET
• 80 MLK/LOCKWOOD
• 82 WESTHEIMER
• 85 ANTOINE/WASHINGTON

METRO buses will also operate along the three METRORail corridors from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Buses will run about every thirty minutes along the bus and rail corridors. Customers should expect possible delays and detours. Additionally, METROLift clients who need to take medically necessary trips should contact the METROLift Reservations Center to schedule rides.

METRO Customer Service call center will extend its hours Thursday evening until 7 p.m. to assist customers and can be reached at 713-635-4000. https://bit.ly/3aujCYF ^S

02/12/2021

Follow UH Alert for the latest updates for our campus.

Please be safe at your off campus homes when using heating equipment.
02/12/2021

Please be safe at your off campus homes when using heating equipment.

It's cold! Make sure you are following trusted weather sources like ReadyHarris US National Weather Service Houston-Galveston Texas and make sure you use heating equipment safely! All heaters need space. Keep anything that can burn at least 3 feet away from heating equipment. Be safe. Stay Warm!

Take the time to prepare. Remember the 4 P's: people, pets, pipes, and plants.
02/12/2021

Take the time to prepare. Remember the 4 P's: people, pets, pipes, and plants.

While this weekend will be cold, Monday and Tuesday will be dangerously cold... especially if power goes out.

Now is the time to prepare you house, car, and self for these temperatures. Learn more at: https://www.weather.gov/safety/cold-before

02/12/2021

The temp is going to drop this weekend! Make sure to dress in layers to help keep warm. More: https://bit.ly/2Z3hksX
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¡La temperatura bajará este fin de semana! Asegúrese de vestirte en capas para mantener el calor. Más: https://bit.ly/2Z3hksX
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这个周末气温会下降! 确保分层穿着以保持温暖。 更多:https://bit.ly/2Z3hksX
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Nhiệt độ sẽ giảm vào cuối tuần này! Nhớ mặc nhiều lớp để giúp giữ ấm. Thêm: https://bit.ly/2Z3hksX
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ستنخفض درجة الحرارة في نهاية هذا الأسبوع! تأكد من ارتداء طبقات من الملابس للمساعدة في الحفاظ على الدفء. المزيد: https://bit.ly/2Z3hksX

NOW HIRING!!!Police Corporal
01/14/2021
Police Corporal

NOW HIRING!!!
Police Corporal

Click the link provided to see the complete job description.

NOW HIRING!Police Dispatchers
01/14/2021
Police Dispatcher

NOW HIRING!
Police Dispatchers

Click the link provided to see the complete job description.

NOW HIRING!Commissioned Police Officers
01/14/2021
Police Officer

NOW HIRING!
Commissioned Police Officers

Click the link provided to see the complete job description.

AlertHouston
01/11/2021

AlertHouston

Alert Houston: Houston Health Department, partners announce free COVID-19 testing schedule for week of January 11

More info: https://t.co/VSpLA28zax?amp=1

Free off campus Covid-19 testing for the week of January 4, 2021.
01/04/2021

Free off campus Covid-19 testing for the week of January 4, 2021.

Alert Houston: Houston Health Department, partners announce free COVID-19 testing schedule for week of January 4

More information: https://t.co/G6r0sz4KWz?amp=1

Free off campus COVID-19 testing schedule for week of December 28
12/30/2020

Free off campus COVID-19 testing schedule for week of December 28

Alert Houston: Houston Health Department, partners announce free COVID-19 testing schedule for week of December 28
More information: https://t.co/uil81J5xEH?amp=1

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https://www.facebook.com/NewsNowPatrick/videos/4671800282869958/ Is this what you call respect. Each one of these officers deserves to be fired and then put in jail with general population to learn some respect. #LibertasOmnium
Happening NOW! Visit the UHPD booth on the Workforce Solutions Virtual Job Fair! https://wrksolutions.easyvirtualfair.com/
The Census wants to celebrate the Class of 2020 by helping graduates prepare for what's next. Just like completing a degree shapes each graduate’s future, so does the #2020Census. Visit 2020census.gov/grads to #ShapeYourFuture.
The #Census has resumed delivery of response packets in areas that do not receive mail directly to their home. Respond using your Census ID number to complete your #2020Census form online at 2020census.gov, by phone or by mail. If you responded without your Census ID, we may not be able to match your response with where you live and may result in the need to visit you in person to collect your data.
#DYK responses to the #2020Census will help community leaders assess the need for more police officers in your area so that they can respond to emergencies quickly and to keep you and your family safe? In honor of #NationalPoliceWeek, be sure to respond to the Census at 2020census.gov. #AmericaCounts
Why hasn't Franci Neely been arrested?
Houston police chief Art Acevedo is not allowing legally armed citizens who are flood victims to use government facilities such as brown center. New Orleans was sued for the same thing and lost as a Federal judge declared it unconstitutional. His office number is 713-308-1600