In accordance with NC General Statue § 132-1.4, Public Information Law, the following is considered public record: (1) The time, date, location, and nature of a violation reported to the police. (2) The name, sex, age, address, employment, and alleged violation of a person arrested, charged, or indicted. (3) The circumstances surrounding an arrest, including the time and place of the arrest, as well as a description of any items seized in connection with the arrest.
It is the policy of University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) to prohibit discrimination on the basis of age, color, creed, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, genetic information, sex or veteran's status in regard to the administration of all campus programs, services and activities including intercollegiate athletics, and the admission of students, employment actions, or other sponsored activities. Read more at http://web.uncg.edu/hrs/inclusive_excellence/title_ix/
View a map of all part one offenses charged by the UNCG Police Department. You can also set up email alerts so that when a crime occurs in your area they will send you an e-mail with a detailed report telling you exactly what crimes occurred and where they happened.
The victim assistance program is dedicated to assist any UNCG student, staff or faculty that is victim of a crime or traumatic incident.
Find out where and how you can retrieve your property from the UNCG Police Department.
View all of the Police Department's information pamphlets.
Details will be available on the Triad's four television stations:WFMY-TV (News 2), WGHP-TV (FOX 8), WXII-TV (News Channel 12), News 14 Carolina and WXLV-TV (ABC 45). Area radio stations also will be contacted, but the primary information outlets will be the campus telephone extensions and the television stations. Students, faculty and staff can receive details by dialing the Adverse Weather Line at (336) 334-4400. Get weather alerts for UNCG on your phone at http://www.digtriad.com/mobile/textalerts/default.aspx. Click "DIGTRIADSCGUILFORD", scroll down and choose "UNC - Greensboro" and Sign Up!
The Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website, coordinated by the Department of Justice, is a cooperative effort between the state agencies hosting public sexual offender registries and the federal government. This web site is a search tool allowing a user to submit a single national query to obtain information about sex offenders through a number of search options.
The UNCG Police Department continues to maintain an ongoing commitment to traffic safety and motorist education. Traffic safety has historically been one of the most significant issues identified in citizen surveys over the years. The Traffic Safety Unit was formed to help address these concerns, making our community and roadways safer for all.
See what the UNCG Police Department is doing for Special Olympics and how you can help.