Like many municipal, county, and state law enforcement agencies, we have a Criminal 调查司 dedicated to investigating crimes occurring on our campus, a Bicycle Patrol Unit, Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT), 4 K-9 Teams (Officer Morgan and Apollo, Officer Motes & Viper, Officer Sexton & Rocky, and Officer Holmes & Boomer), Motor Cycle Unit, the 受害者服务办公室, and other specialized units responsible for duties unique to the campus environment.
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首席琳达学家树桩kurnick, Assistant Vice President of Public and Environmental Safety is the first female Police Chief at a State of Florida public university. A native of Lafayette, Indiana, Chief Stump holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Corrections from Ball State University, a Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration from Purdue University, and is also a graduate from Florida and Indiana Law Enforcement Academies and the FBI National Academy. Chief Stump started her law-enforcement career in 1984 as a Trooper with the Indiana State Police, and joined the Purdue University Police Department a year later. While at Purdue she formulated her progressive campus law enforcement vision while working as a patrol officer, sergeant, detective, lieutenant and captain before her appointment as the Purdue Chief/Director in June 1999. She has extensive law enforcement experience in large event security with both the Purdue University and the University of Florida police departments. She was certified in Advanced Threat Assessment through the Gavin de Becker & Associates Management Academy in 2008, and is a graduate of the first Crisis Leadership in Higher Education course at Harvard in 2009. Chief Stump joined the