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Campus Forum on "Campus Concealed Carry" Available Online
The complete video of the panel discussion and question and answer session is available on the U of A You Tube channel.
The discussion of the new law will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 6 in the Reynolds Center auditorium.
Campus Forum Set to Discuss 'Campus Concealed Carry' Law at U of A
The Arkansas State Police have 120 days to determine how new “enhanced” concealed carry permits will be implemented.
Concealed Carry Law Goes Into Effect Today but Guns Are Still Banned on U of A Campus Pending Arkansas State Police Action
Under the law the Arkansas State Police has 120 days to develop an "enhanced" concealed carry permit process; a campus forum is set for Sept. 6 to discuss the law.
UAPD Investigator Completes State Training as a Crime Scene Technician
This new training will be used to help solve crimes, but during a lunch break Cpl. Ramirez used past training to save a life.
Northwest Arkansas Juneteenth Celebration to be Held on Campus
This free family event will be held 3-7 p.m. Saturday, June 17, at The Gardens on Razorback Road. Everyone is welcome.
Raise a Paw, and Help Raise $9K for the K9s!
From patrolling campus and sporting events to providing explosives security and narcotics detection, this dedicated team of behind-the-scenes officers work like dogs, day after day. Help support them.
UAPD fundRazor Event Today: "Dunk a Cop!" Hopes to Make a Splash for K9s
The University of Arkansas Police Department is holding “Dunk a Cop!” fundRazor event to raise $9K for K9’s.
UAPD Conducts Online Survey, Wants to Hear From Campus Community
Changes to the annual University of Arkansas Police Department survey will allow more campus voices to be heard.
Student Survey Measures Campus Climate Regarding Sexual Assault and Misconduct
More than 2,800 students participated in the confidential survey, giving their perspectives and experiences related to sexual assault.