CUPD officers in a training session

Police focus on trauma-informed techniques to serve campus community

June 7, 2022

CUPD officers are leaning into interview techinques to ensure successful crime investigations—training on remaining neutral, fair and equitable, and taking care not to re-traumatize victims while gathering information.

Flowers on tree framing the Flatirons

4 things to know before Memorial Day weekend

May 24, 2022

From public health guidance to noise ordinances and more, here are some things to keep in mind as we head into Memorial Day weekend.

Folsom Field plaza

Crisis response teams to train at Folsom Field May 11–13

May 6, 2022

Maymester students, faculty, staff and visitors may hear gunfire as part of a training on crisis response for local, regional and national teams at Folsom Field. In this event, there's is no cause for concern.

students celebrating graduation

Tips for staying safe while celebrating

April 27, 2022

Summer break, graduation, the end of finals—there are plenty of reasons to celebrate! Here are some tips to help you stay safe while celebrating the end of the year.

spring blooms on campus

4 things to know before the end of the school year

April 27, 2022

The end of the school year can be a time of festivities and celebration, and we all play a role in keeping each other and our community safe. Here are some tips and reminders.

Aerial view of CU Boulder South area

City flood protection project at CU Boulder South nears design milestone

April 22, 2022

City of Boulder staff engineers say they’re close to completing the 30% design phase of the South Boulder Creek Flood Mitigation Project, a milestone that will enable the city to begin the permitting process with a number of local, state and federal agencies.

CORB member Kavya Kannan and Chief Jokerst attend a Sexual Assault Awareness Month event on campus

Community oversight board seeks new members

April 6, 2022

At-large campus community members will help provide continued review, feedback and communication with the CU Boulder Police Department.

Young person sits with hands folded

Tips for talking to students about suicide

April 5, 2022

The end of the semester can be a difficult time for students. Here are some tips for staff and faculty who are concerned that a student may be struggling or thinking about suicide.

student sitting outside alone on campus

Tips for talking about and preventing suicide

April 5, 2022

Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college-aged students. Here are some tips you can use if you’re concerned that a friend, roommate or classmate may be struggling or thinking about suicide.

CUPD and CRI-TAC officials take a walking tour of campus as part of a security audit

CUPD earns grant; Campus embarks on security audit, upgrades

March 31, 2022

The University of Colorado Police Department, in collaboration with Facilities Management, will use $3.4 million in state-controlled maintenance funding to improve classroom security. As part of this project, CUPD was also granted funding for technical assistance from a U.S. Department of Justice program.

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