UNCG Police

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In August 2020 the UNCG Police answered 618 calls for service; mostly for secure / unsecured calls, fire status, trouble alarms, and fire alarms, but also includes; 56 vehicle stops, 37 suspicious activity calls, 20 safety walk, 29 assist other agency, 86 tract checks, 17 check phones, 16 burglary / intrusion alarms, 18 assist motorist / disabled vehicle, 15 medical calls, 24 assist subjects, 13 larceny, 11 traffic accident, 5 welfare checks, 9 illegally parked vehicle, 3 direct traffic, 3 noise disturbance / loud party, 2 communication threats, 1 disturbance, 1 fraud, 1 panic alarm, 1 domestic, and 1 trespassing. The officers made 9 arrests to include; 3 driving while impaired, 1 carry a concealed gun / pistol (without permit) (first offense), 1 breaking or entering – motor vehicle, 1 molesting a fire alarm, 1 failure to appear, 1 false pretense / swindle / confidence game, and 1 felony financial transaction card theft.

In July 2020 the UNCG Police answered 372 calls for service; mostly for secure / unsecured calls, fire status, trouble alarms, and fire alarms, but also includes; 19 vehicle stops, 32 suspicious activity calls, 3 safety walk, 40 assist other agency, 90 tract checks, 19 check phones, 6 burglary / intrusion alarms, 3 assist motorist / disabled vehicle, 2 medical calls, 8 assist subjects, 1 larceny, 4 traffic accident, 2 welfare checks, 1 illegally parked vehicle, 2 direct traffic, 1 noise disturbance / loud party, 1 communication threats, 2 disturbance, 2 fraud, 2 panic alarm, 3 domestic, 1 vandalism, and 2 trespassing. The officers made 3 arrests to include; 2 driving while impaired and 1 trespass of real property.

In June 2020 the UNCG Police answered 336 calls for service; mostly for secure / unsecured calls, fire status, trouble alarms, and fire alarms, but also includes; 3 vehicle stops, 30 suspicious activity calls, 2 safety walk, 40 assist other agency, 86 tract checks, 10 assist motorist / disabled vehicle, 2 medical calls, 17 assist subjects, 1 larceny, 1 traffic accident, 1 welfare checks, 1 direct traffic, 6 concerning behavior reports, 10 burglary / intrusion, 1 check phones, 1 gas leak, 1 alcohol violation / intoxicated subject, and 2 traffic hazard. The officers made 0 arrests.

In May 2020 the UNCG Police answered 348 calls for service; mostly for secure / unsecured calls, fire status, trouble alarms, and fire alarms, but also includes; 5 vehicle stops, 46 suspicious activity calls, 1 safety walk, 43 assist other agency, 88 tract checks, 4 assist motorist / disabled vehicle, 4 medical calls, 10 assist subjects, 3 larceny, 4 traffic accident, 2 welfare checks, 3 direct traffic, 2 concerning behavior reports, 8 burglary / intrusion, 7 check phones, 1 gas leak, 1 smoke / odor report, 2 alcohol violation / intoxicated subject, and 2 traffic hazard. The officers made 4 arrests to include; 1 order for arrest, 1 driving while impaired, 1 possession of open container unfortified wine, and 1 destruction / damage / vandalism of property.

In April 2020 the UNCG Police answered 337 calls for service; mostly for secure / unsecured calls, fire status, trouble alarms, and fire alarms, but also includes; 3 vehicle stops, 62 suspicious activity calls, 1 safety walk, 24 assist other agency, 87 tract checks, 2 assist motorist / disabled vehicle, 1 medical calls, 23 assist subjects, 1 larceny, 1 traffic accident, 3 welfare checks, 5 concerning behavior reports, 13 burglary / intrusion, 4 check phones, 2 fraud, 1 missing person, 1 damage to property, and 2 traffic hazard. The officers made 2 arrests to include; 1 resist, delay or obstruct, and 1 driving while impaired.

Our department has partnered with the American Red Cross, and will be hosting a blood drive at our police department on June 30, 2020 between the hours of 11:30 – 4:30 pm. Please come out to be apart of this wonderful event. Attached is a copy of the poster along with other valuable information. The blood drive is now online and donors will probably start signing up. Free parking will be available in the McCormick Hall parking lot located at 1201 West Gate City Blvd.  

In March 2020 the UNCG Police answered 807 calls for service; mostly for vehicle stops, secure / unsecured calls, fire status, trouble alarms, and fire alarms, but also includes; 84 suspicious activity calls, 17 safety walks, 44 assist other agency calls, 90 tract checks, 25 assist motorist / disabled vehicle, 15 medical calls, 13 narcotics violations, 20 assist subjects, 17 traffic accidents, 18 burglary / intrusion, 20 check phones, 2 hit and run, 2 wanted / stolen, 1 vandalism, 2 damage to property, 7 direct traffic, 2 traffic hazard, and 2 panic alarm. The officers made 9 arrests to include; 4 order for arrest, 1 indecent exposure, 1 resist, delay or obstruct, and 3 driving while impaired.

In February 2020 the UNCG Police answered 1054 calls for service; mostly for vehicle stops, secure / unsecured calls, fire status, fire trouble, and fire alarms but also includes; 73 suspicious activity calls, 63 safety walks, 60 assist other agency calls, 26 check phones, 35 assist motorist/disabled vehicle, 32 medical calls, 21 narcotics violations, 16 larceny, 53 tract checks, 33 assist subjects, 31 found property, 8 mental subjects / suicidal subjects, 23 traffic accidents, 16 burglary / intrusion, 16 larceny, 10 hit and run, 1 stalking, 1 fight, 4 discharge firearms, 3 damage to property, 2 gas leak, 4 sexual assault, and 7 disturbance calls. The officers made 35 arrests to include; 1 common law robbery, 1 criminal summons, 4 larceny, 5 order for arrest, 1 speeding to elude arrest, 4 warrant for arrest, 1 simple possession of schedule VI CS, 7 driving while impaired, 2 resist, delay, obstruct, 1 possession of marijuana drug paraphernalia, 1 misdemeanor larceny, 2 felony possessing stolen vehicle, 1 speeding, 1 tampering with vehicle with intent to steal, 2 failed to report accident, 1 aggravated possession of schedule VI CS.

In January 2020 the UNCG Police answered 994 calls for service; mostly for vehicle stops, secure / unsecured calls, fire status, fire trouble, and fire alarms but also includes; 80 suspicious activity calls, 38 safety walks, 59 assist other agency calls, 28 check phones, 27 assist motorist/disabled vehicle, 23 medical calls, 25 narcotics violations, 34 assist subjects, 15 traffic accidents, 29 burglary / intrusion, 19 larceny, 9 hit and run, 1 stalking, 1 fight, 2 discharge firearms, 3 trespass, 2 damage to property, 2 auto theft, 2 gas leak, 2 sexual assault, and 1 disturbance calls. The officers made 46 arrests to include; 4 order for arrest, 3 simple possession of schedule VI CS, 1 warrant for arrest, 14 driving while impaired, 1 speeding to elude, 2 open container of alcoholic beverage in passenger area, 1 resist, delay, obstruct, 1 misdemeanor larceny, 1 breaking and entering of motor vehicles, 1 felony possession of schedule I cs, 2 weapons on school or campus, 1 failure to report accident, 1 simple possession of marijuana, 1 carry concealed gun / pistol without permit, 1 failed to stop at scene of crash, 1 no operator’s license, 1 unsafe movement, 2 aggravated possession schedule IV, 1 hit and run, 1 larceny less than $1,000.00, 1 felony possession of marijuana, 1 duty to stop in event of a crash, 1 driving while license revoked, 2 injuring or tampering with vehicle.

In December 2019 the UNCG Police answered 840 calls for service; mostly for vehicle stops, secure / unsecured calls, fire status, fire trouble, and fire alarms but also includes; 63 suspicious activity calls, 45 safety walks, 52 assist other agency calls, 19 check phones, 27 assist motorist/disabled vehicle, 10 medical calls, 20 narcotics violations, 21 assist subjects, 19 traffic accidents, 16 burglary / intrusion, 4 larceny, 2 hit and run, 1 stalking, 2 fight, 4 domestic calls, 1 discharge firearms, 3 trespass, 2 robbery, 1 damage to property, 2 auto theft, 1 gas leak, 2 sexual assault, and 3 disturbance calls. The officers made 11 arrests to include; 2 warrant for arrest, 2 driving while impaired, 2 driving under the influence, 1 possession with intent to sale and deliver marijuana, 1 felony possession of schedule I cs, 2 weapons on school or campus, and 1 robbery with firearms of other dangerous weapons.