News from UCAPD

Brake for Bears!

Brake for Bears - Spring 2015 - Crosswalk Safety The UCA Police Department and the Student Government Association are once again teaming up to promote pedestrian safety through the Brake for Bears campaign to be held April 1. Volunteers and UCA Police officers will encourage safety awareness throughout the day at various crosswalks around campus by distributing pedestrian safety information and, while supplies last, official Brake for Bears t-shirts. Pedestrian safety is a major concern and this important campaign will help deter accidents in the crosswalks. // // CROSSWALK SAFETY TIPS BE AWARE Pedestrians: Do not assume drivers can stop. Look across all lanes you must cross. Even     [READ MORE]

Safe Spring Break 2015!

Safe Spring Break 2015 will take place prior to students leaving campus for Spring Break.  The events will consist of several activities designed to provide educational information to students in order to encourage responsible decision-making regarding alcohol and to prevent or reduce the risks involved in the college Spring Break experience. The university's Health and Wellness Office, Counseling Services, Student Life, SGA, and the UCA Police Department are working together along with outside agencies to put on these events. Spring Break is the week of March 23. SAFE SPRING BREAK 2015   MONDAY, MARCH 16 CAR CRASH SCENE DISPLAY - ALUMNI CIRCLE How has alcohol impacted     [READ MORE]

Arkansas Severe Weather Awareness Week-Friday

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has proclaimed the week of March 1st through 7th as Severe Weather Awareness Week in Arkansas. During Severe Weather Awareness Week the National Weather Service is asking people to think about what they would do and where they would go when severe weather threatens. There will be a particular subject discussed each day. Monday- Severe Thunderstorms Tuesday- Methods of Receiving Severe Weather Information Wednesday- Tornadoes Thursday- Lightning Friday- Flash Floods FRIDAY - FLASH FLOODS Please take some time to review our emergency procedures for severe weather and see the information below from the National Weather Service Little Rock office. FLASH FLOODING IS USUALLY CAUSED BY VERY     [READ MORE]

Arkansas Severe Weather Awareness Week-Thursday

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has proclaimed the week of March 1st through 7th as Severe Weather Awareness Week in Arkansas. During Severe Weather Awareness Week the National Weather Service is asking people to think about what they would do and where they would go when severe weather threatens. There will be a particular subject discussed each day. Monday- Severe Thunderstorms Tuesday- Methods of Receiving Severe Weather Information Wednesday- Tornadoes Thursday- Lightning Friday- Flash Floods   THURSDAY - LIGHTNING Please take some time to review our emergency procedures for severe weather and see the information below from the National Weather Service Little Rock office. LIGHTNING IS A HAZARD IN ALL THUNDERSTORMS...WHETHER THEY     [READ MORE]

Arkansas Severe Weather Awareness Week-Wednesday

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has proclaimed the week of March 1st through 7th as Severe Weather Awareness Week in Arkansas. During Severe Weather Awareness Week the National Weather Service is asking people to think about what they would do and where they would go when severe weather threatens. There will be a particular subject discussed each day. Monday- Severe Thunderstorms Tuesday- Methods of Receiving Severe Weather Information Wednesday- Tornadoes Thursday- Lightning Friday- Flash Floods   WEDNESDAY - TORNADOES Please take some time to review our emergency procedures for severe weather and see the information below from the National Weather Service Little Rock office. IN 2014...ARKANSAS RECORDED ONLY 20 TORNADOES. IN AN     [READ MORE]

 

Clery Act Disclosures

The UCA Police Department annually distributes a document entitled Clery Annual Security & Fire Safety Report. This document serves as the annual security and fire safety report for the University of Central Arkansas in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act. View a copy of the Clery document. [UPDATED 9/30/2013]

UCAAlert

The UCAAlert System is used to send emergency notifications to the campus community via text message, voice message and e-mail. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to provide their contact information through the myUCA portal by logging in and following the instructions in the “Update UCAAlert Contact Info” channel.

  • Login to myUCA.
  • Select the Resources tab
  • Follow the instructions to “Update your crisis notification phone numbers for UCAAlert” in the UCA Police channel.