Topic: police

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People | April 19, 2021

UNLV's assistant director of emergency management has helped lead UNLV through a yearlong (and counting) crisis.

Portrait of Officer Ryan Willman of UNLV Campus Police Services
People | October 19, 2020

As he patrols campus, police officer Ryan Willman enjoys seeing students and picking up on the energy they project.

Hands of white and black people being raised in the air at a protest.
Research | June 22, 2020

UNLV African American and African Diaspora Studies professor Tyler D. Parry on the effectiveness of protesting to enact social change.

Protest signs read "Defund Police" and "Abolish Police"
Research | June 10, 2020

As more municipalities weigh the future of their police departments, UNLV professors explain what these movements mean and how they would work.

Sergeant Toni Summerlin, on patrol during the coronavirus campus closure.
People | May 4, 2020

This police sergeant says she’s touched by the support the UNLV community is showing its campus police force during these unusual times.

Skye Dunfield pets her guide dog, Cindy
Campus News | October 30, 2018

What one student who is legally blind learned and how her six tips can help anyone stay safe on campus.

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Campus News | August 29, 2018

Receive notifications when you need them, wherever you are. Learn more #BeRebelSafe campaign.

Photo of new emergency phone
Campus News | July 25, 2018

Campus safety to be improved with the addition of more emergency phones

Yuri Graves
Campus News | July 12, 2018

Emergency Management Coordinator Yuri Graves is planning ahead for campus crises, communication, and prevention.

William Sousa with a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officer
Research | July 30, 2015

Public support for body-worn cameras is high but many doubt they will improve police and citizen relationships, according to a new national survey by UNLV Center for Crime and Justice Policy.

Lawrence Mower
People | May 20, 2015

Lawrence Mower jumped into journalism just as newsrooms were cutting back. That gave the young reporter a chance to dig into the numbers to expose corruption in public agencies.