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 […]
Clemson University is making organizational changes to enhance overall public safety and emergency preparedness at all campus locations and properties statewide.
The Clemson University Police Department (CUPD) soon will move from its current location on Centennial Boulevard to 124 Ravenel Center Place, just more than a mile from the main campus off Walter T. Cox Boulevard (Highway 93).
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 […]
To help fight colorectal cancer, the Clemson University Police Department will compete against Clemson City Police in a fundraising competition through the No-Shave November movement. No-Shave November is a web-based, nonprofit organization devoted to growing cancer awareness and raising funds to support prevention, research and education.
A pair of trauma kits designed to control severe bleeding have been installed in both Hendrix Student Center and Robert M. Cooper Library on the Clemson University campus. The kits were purchased through Clemson Undergraduate Student Government (CUSG) funding and installed in early August.
Clemson University is the safest college campus in the nation, according to a new report from CollegeStats.org.
Jami Brothers has been named Clemson University’s new chief of police. Brothers, a member of the Clemson University Police Department since 2007, was chosen for the position following a national search to replace Eric Hendricks, who retired in December.
Commitment. It's a word to describe this amazing Tiger, who taught himself to become proficient in English, took the necessary steps to become a United States citizen and now is working toward a four-year degree. He believes that commitment between the police and the community is crucial in maintaining solid relationships. Meet Jesus De Luna Soto.
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.
There’s a new phone application that can help Clemson University students and employees stay safe. The smartphone app, Rave Guardian, has several safety features, including a safety timer that can alert a “guardian” if the user hasn’t arrived at a destination as expected.
Sgt. Michelle M. Young Clemson University Police Department Years at Clemson: 16 years What I do at Clemson: I am a sergeant in crime prevention and a Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) instructor for women’s self-defense. I develop and maintain safety presentations and educational crime prevention programming and conduct and analyze surveys regarding police and community […]
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.
Clemson University police released surveillance images of the man who vandalized the case protecting Howard’s Rock Wednesday. They are asking for the public’s help identifying the man.