Posts Tagged ‘ UNL Police ’

What would you do if someone walked into your building with a gun?

Apr 4th, 2011 | By | Category: Employee News, March 31

UNL has two resources available to help individuals and units learn about situational awareness and how to react to an active shooter. At, a video by the Center for Personal Protection and Safety is available for viewing on campus. It outlines how to “shelter in place,” “get out,” “call out,” or “take out” intruders. […]

Lunch sessions eye identifying potential threats

Oct 29th, 2009 | By | Category: Campus News, Issue, October 29, 2009

UNL Police will offer situational awareness tips during brown bag talks, noon to 1 p.m., Nov. 2 and 23 at the Nebraska and East unions, respectively. The sessions will provide information on recognizing threats and properly responding to them. Topics will range from tornadoes and flash floods to bomb threats and active shooter on campus. […]

Lecture series offers info about UNLPD, police topics

Feb 5th, 2009 | By | Category: Campus News, February 5, 2009, Issue

UNL Police is hosting free “Brown Bag” classes to present information on police topics of interest to faculty, staff and students. The second in the once-monthly series is “Frauds and Deceptions,” at noon Feb. 24 in the Nebraska Union (room posted). Fred Gardy, assistant police chief for UNLPD, will discuss ways to protect types of […]

Partnership to assist with threatening behaviors

Sep 25th, 2008 | By | Category: Campus News, September 25, 2008

UNL is promoting a new partnership to raise awareness about threatening and troubling behavior on campus and empower students, faculty and staff to take action. The Threat Assessment Partnership re-emerged this spring as a collaboration between UNL Police, University Health Center and its Counseling and Psychological Services, and UNL Human Resources’ Employee Assistance Program, and […]