UNCG Police

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Police Sgt. Jaime Jay Young February 10, 1978 – February 25, 2024 Jaime “JJ” Young, 46, passed away on February 25th, 2024, at his residence in Kernersville, NC, surrounded by his loving family. He was born February 10, 1978, in Fort Plain, NY to Leo and Lois Young who preceded him in death. Jaime is […]

UNC Greensboro Police’s Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) class seems straight forward from the name, but instructor Kristi Reese ‘06 says it’s more than what it seems. “It’s learning what you can do with your personal weapons, with your body,” says Reese, who is also an ITS Analyst for UNCG Public Safety and Police. “Not being able to […]

The safety and well-being of our Spartans and visitors is a top priority of UNCG, and maintaining a safe campus is everyone’s responsibility. That’s why we are enhancing our public safety technologies – putting innovative safety tools right in the palm of your hand. UNCG announces the launch of the new Spartan Safe App. The Spartan […]

When you see a smiling dog wagging its tail, you usually also smile or maybe even give them a hug. At UNCG, the dog will hug you right back. Odin, UNCG Police’s two-year-old Belgian Tervuren comfort dog, helps students through the stressors of college.  “Other law enforcement agencies have found tremendous success through comfort dogs, especially […]

Each year, campus tours bring in the next fresh faces of UNCG and their folks. Since students usually keep a poker face, the oohs and aahs of parents become a primary measure of a college’s reputation.  “Students tend to ask questions that revolve around things to do on campus and Greensboro life,” says sophomore Hailey […]

“The Counseling Center is full.”   In fact, the model of the Counseling Center is completely built around access.   To that end, there is a walk in counselor available every day and on-call services available 24/7.  While students are not typically seen weekly, they will receive support, assessment, referral either to individual counseling here (usually on […]

UNC Greensboro today announced that Chris Jasso has been selected as the University’s new Assistant Chief of Police, succeeding Major Richard Bailey who recently retired. Major Jasso has been serving as the interim Assistant Chief of Police since September 1, 2020, where he quickly adjusted to budget reductions, personnel shortages, and operating in a global [...]

GDOT staff along with identified stakeholders, including the UNC Greensboro Police Department, are working together to develop a Vision Zero Action Plan for Greensboro. Working groups have been formalized for the Emphasis Areas shown below. The Action Plan will layout a road map to eliminating crashes resulting in fatalities and serous injuries, A draft of […]

The Amnesty Protocol ensures that a student’s safety and health comes first in cases of underage possession and/or consumption of alcohol. The Offices of Student Rights and Responsibilities and Housing and Residence Life will not pursue conduct action if: (1) the intoxicated or other student(s) involved reports the incident, (2) the intoxicated or other student(s) […]