safety

Updated university statement & FAQ on McCluskey lawsuit

On Monday, Jan. 27, 2020, the university (through the Utah State Attorney General’s Office) will file two new responses in federal court in the ongoing lawsuit by the family of Lauren McCluskey. These new court filings are part of the expected legal process and a response to filings by the McCluskey family’s attorneys in November. […]


Meet the new chief of police

Rodney Chatman will assume his role on Feb. 17, 2020.


Response to UnsafeU petition

A response to the petition was shared with the group’s representatives and is being shared here in the interest of transparency. 


Indoor environmental quality concerns

Do you know who to contact if you have an issue?


A culture of safety excellence in research

A look at how the university is prioritizing improving safety in research-focused areas of campus.


U receives grant from Office on Violence Against Women

The grant will facilitate partnership with Utah Domestic Violence Coalition and other community entities to address service coordination and prevention.


New and improved resources in HRE

New leadership is putting procedures in place to keep residents safe and make sure their concerns are heard.


Doctors’ reluctance to discuss gun safety

A new study shows that in the months immediately following mass shootings, doctors are less likely to ask routine questions about gun safety in the home.


Cybersecurity isn’t a one-and-done

Think about all the devices you own that connect to the internet, either automatically or when prompted. You can see how we’re connected now more than ever—and thus more vulnerable to cyberthreats.


Recognizing unsafe relationships

This week as both SafeU Month and Domestic Violence Awareness Month come to their conclusion, red flags bearing relationship violence warning signs will be posted outside the Student Union, alongside green flags that display healthy relationship traits thanks to the Red Flag Project.