UCAPD and the UCA Community come together to promote pedestrian safety through the ‘Brake for Bears’ campaign. On specific dates, volunteers and UCA Police officers encourage safety awareness throughout the day…
Please be aware that the parking lots shown in red on the the map will close the day before each home football game. All vehicles must be removed from the…
September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month (NCSAM) and UCAPD is partnering with the UCA Community to provide a full schedule of events and programming to raise awareness and promote…
This notice is provided for your safety and in compliance with the timely warning notice provisions of the Clery Act. On Tuesday, August 30, 2016, at 12:19 PM, the University…
It’s On Us: Sexual Assault Pledge Consent
If you don’t get it, you don’t get it.
Take the pledge to stop campus sexual assault at itsonus.org/#pledge.
We Don’t Haze
This 15-minute documentary, produced by the Clery Center, interweaves personal experiences of victims and their families to illustrate the effects of hazing and to inspire students to create safer campus communities. Key takeaways include examples of hazing practices on campus and realistic alternative solutions that accomplish the positive goals of team building, unity, and positive group bonding. The documentary addresses both how to recognize hazing and how to take realistic steps to prevent hazing on campus.
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 9/30/2015]
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.