Greg Mullen recently began at Clemson as interim associate vice president for public safety and chief of police within the Division of Student Affairs. Mullen had served as a consultant following his retirement as chief of police from 2006–17 in Charleston, South Carolina. In all, he has 35 years of experience in law enforcement, including […]
The Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University will reopen its theaters April 27, more than two weeks ahead of schedule.
Johnson Link is in his third year as associate vice president within the Division of Student Affairs. He oversees the municipal services arm of the division, including the Clemson University Police Department (CUPD), Emergency Preparedness, Fire/EMS, Municipal Court and Parking and Transportation Services. Link has been a Clemson native his entire life and owns the […]
Clemson University’s emergency management operations and training are more technologically advanced than just a year ago – and will continue improving – courtesy of three alumni and Lexington-based Avtec Inc., the leading independent provider of pure Internet Protocol (IP) dispatch console solutions.
Clemson University is the safest college campus in the nation, according to a new report from CollegeStats.org.
While most people run from danger, members of the Clemson University Police Department (CUPD) run toward it because their purpose is to keep campus safe. This CUPD lieutenant attended Clemson as a student and stayed because he believed he was meant to be here for something beyond a degree. As Campus Safety Month continues, we talked to one of the officers who keeps our campus safe. Meet Chris Harrington.
The Clemson University Police Department (CUPD) was named 2014 Public Safety Agency of the Year among mid-sized law enforcement agencies (26-50 police officers) by the South Carolina Department of Public Safety.
More men than women shift gears at Clemson University. Nearly 80 percent of the bicyclists riding to and from campus are males, according to a report on bike ridership and walking.