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University Police is a division of the University Safety Department, which is led by the Chief Safety Officer. U Police provide services 24/7/365, is commissioned by the state of Utah, and includes officers who are POST-certified. Within U Police, there are three units (Administration, Patrol and Investigations) that work to serve and protect members of the U community, including students, employees, visitors, and patients, as well as their property.

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The University of Utah lost Police Sergeant Kory Newbold on Oct. 13, 2021. He passed away from a medical condition while on duty. He was a beloved member of the team and had served the U community since 2014. (1/3)

Thank you for the kindness you have shown as we grieve the loss of Sgt. Newbold. Any who wish to remember him are invited to show their respects by leaving a flower, card, or other memento on the patrol vehicle parked outside the Public Safety Building. #RIP

We are devastated that U Police Sergeant Kory Newbold passed away today from a medical condition while on duty. He was a beloved member of our team and had served the U community since 2014. Our hearts and thoughts are with his family and friends during this difficult time.

What a great response! Thank you, students, faculty, and staff who came to the Bike Fair, registered bikes with University Police, and got ULocks!

We will have another event in the spring!

Special thanks to our campus partner @sustainableuofu for the invitation.

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We are committed to continuous improvement and to creating a safe environment that meets the needs of the U community. Please share your feedback with us. This information is received by the Office of the Chief Safety Officer, which serves as the central administrative unit for all public safety functions, including University Police, Community Services, Emergency Management, Emergency Communications, Campus Security, and U Health Security.

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