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UNM Police Department Launches New Website

UNMPD's New Website
The UNM Police Department recently launched new, user-friendly website designed to make the police experience better.

A new website launched by the University of New Mexico Police Department aims to provide the UNM community with greater access to a wider range of information relating to police matters. The goal of the website is to provide a better police experience on campus and to help address public safety concerns on campus.

“As the campus community continues to grow, the UNM Police Department thought it was imperative to increase efficiencies,” UNM Police Chief Kathy Guimond said. “The website is a perfect example to improve interactions with the UNM community.”

New features include:

  • The Daily Crime Report where you can view information on crime that is reported to UNM Police each day
  • The Daily Fire Report where you can view information on any fire activity which is reported to the UNM Police Department
  • A way for members of our community to submit Anonymous Tips to the UNM Police Department about crime or suspicious activity that causes public safety concern.  For anonymous tips submitted, you can also check on the status of your tip via an online link.
  • A method to register your bicycle online with the UNM Police Department
  • Online police reporting

“We encourage the University Community to utilize the new website as it offers many new features to keep the UNM Community engaged with its police department,” UNM Public Information Office and Lieutenant Tim Stump said. “We especially hope the tip line will encourage the campus community to let the police know what they see and here, and it’s anonymous, which is another tool to keep the community safe.”

The UNM Police Department invites the campus community to check out the new website and looks forward to working with the campus community on any public safety issue and in making the UNM campus safe for all.

For more information or questions, visit UNM Police Department or contact UNM Police Public Information Officer Lieutenant Tim Stump at (505) 277-1935. 

 

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