UNCG Police Department

Information Index

Title IX Notification

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/

Crime Mapping

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.

Victim Assistance

The victim assistance program is dedicated to assist any UNCG student, staff or faculty that is victim of a crime or traumatic incident.

Property and Evidence

Find out where and how you can retrieve your property from the UNCG Police Department.

North Carolina Sex Offender Registry

The North Carolina General Assembly created the North Carolina Sex Offender and Public Protection Registry in January 1996. This law outlines registration requirements for persons living in North Carolina, non-resident students and non-resident workers.

Traffic Safety

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.

Concerning Behavior

Campus violence prevention depends on you, the UNCG community, to notice and refer potentially worrisome behaviors or situations before they result in harm.  A person that receives help sooner, rather than later, may be less likely to experience more severe symptoms or cause harm to self or others. Thus, threat assessment is a supportive process, not a disciplinary or punitive one.