The Support Services Division, commanded by Assistant Chief J. Mike Johnson, is divided into six divisions: Clery and Accreditation, Communications, Information Technology, Property and Evidence, Records, and Training and Recruiting.
We are dedicated to the mission of the department. We take pride in providing courteous and quality support services to the members of our department, our university community, the public, and other law enforcement and criminal justice agencies.
The Accreditation Division oversees all aspects of the department's Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA) accreditation process.
The Clery Division oversees all aspects of the department's Clery Report requirements.
The Communications Division is the vital link between police and security officers, citizens, emergency medical services, fire department, public safety responders, and state/national law enforcement agencies. Often, they are the first line of communications between the community and the police. Trained and qualified dispatchers provide information to police officers and the community that is essential to campus safety.
The Information Technology Division has two individuals with the responsibility for managing the maintenance of departmental owned hadrware, software, and other electronic information storage/retrieval and related equipment.
The Property and Evidence Division has an Evidence Technician that facilitates the secured storage, control, chain-of-custody, and disposition of all items of evidence and property lawfully seized and taken into custody by this department. Reasonable efforts are made to return recovered property to its rightful owner or properly dispose of the item when no longer needed by the department.
The Records Division processes, maintains, and stores numerous types of reports on a daily basis. The division generates and submits statistical information for the FBI Uniform Crime Report as well as the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act).
The Training and Recruiting Division is responsible for the training and certifications of all employees within the University Police Department. This office is responsible for maintaining compliance with the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education (TCLEOSE) requirements. This job also oversees all of the personnel hiring and recruiting issues of the department. This includes background checks and keeping position descriptions up to date.
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Phone (979) 845-2345