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Timely Warnings & Crime Alerts Archive

Per our Timely Warning Policy, the UNC Police Department may post new information on this page relating to situations on or off campus. If you have any questions concerning timely warnings, crime alerts, or any information you feel could warrant a timely warning or crime alert, please contact the UNC Police Department at (970) 351-2245.

Timely warnings & Crime Alerts are displayed on the Timely Warning & Crime Alerts page for six months. After six months, they are moved to this archive.


February 7, 2017

Local law enforcement authorities today arrested a man matching the description of a person of interest identified in a crime reported Saturday, Feb. 4, in Wilson Hall.

The person taken into custody on unrelated charges was shown on UNC surveillance footage entering and exiting the residence hall around the time a student reported being unlawfully touched while taking a shower. UNC PD had been following up on leads reported to them after a crime alert with surveillance images was emailed to campus Saturday afternoon.

We believe the suspect in the case may have entered Wilson Hall by following a resident into the building, which is locked and requires card access 24 hours a day to enter. As a safety precaution, the campus community is reminded to avoid providing building access to strangers who lack permission to be inside secure areas.

The UNC Police Department extends its thanks to the campus community for tips and cooperation in helping the investigation.

Sincerely,

Dennis Pumphrey
UNC Chief of Police


February 4, 2017

Law enforcement authorities are requesting public assistance to locate a person of interest in a crime reported Saturday, Feb. 4.

At about 11:40 a.m. Saturday, a student was using the women’s common showers in Wilson Hall.  As she was showering, a man, whom she did not recognize, entered the shower stall and unlawfully touched her. After doing so, he immediately left the area and the student called police.

Authorities are searching for the man, who is described as white or Hispanic with medium-colored skin, approximately 5-foot-8 to 5-foot-10 inches, with black or dark brown hair.

Attached are three photos of a man whom police would like to interview regarding this incident.  He isn’t considered a suspect at this time, but was in the building during the reported time frame. If you recognize this person, please contact the UNC Police Department at (970) 351-2245.

Additionally, if you saw anyone loitering or acting suspiciously around the central campus residence halls on Saturday morning between 11 a.m. and noon, please contact the UNC Police.

Housing and Residential Education staff are aware of the situation and front desks have been notified to be on the lookout for the individual. All UNC halls require UNC card access to enter and are locked 24 hours a day.

The photos of the person of interest are also available by clicking the links below:

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Sincerely,

Dennis Pumphrey
UNC Chief of Police


December 5, 2016

Crime Alert: Greeley Police are investigating the report of an attempted robbery near campus. A UNC student reported that three men approached him Friday night, Dec. 2, in the 1800 block of 10th Avenue and demanded he empty his pockets. He said one of the suspects had a knife in hand. The student was able to leave the area without incident and didn’t see which direction the suspects went.

The suspects are described as two white males, one 6-foot and the other 5-foot and stocky; and a black male about 6-foot-2. The taller white male was reported to have an unknown style of knife in hand. There is limited information regarding this case, which is still under investigation by Greeley Police.

UNC Police remind campus to be alert and aware of their surroundings. Stay in well-lighted areas when walking at night. Call UNC Police at 970-351-2245 for an escort if you’re uncomfortable walking on campus after dark. Be sure to program that number into your cell phone and call UNC Police when you notice a suspicious activity or person on campus.

Also, please be advised that there’s been an increase in thefts from vehicles parked on campus in the past week.  There have been two arrests and two other contacts on persons lingering in parking lots. Reports indicate that suspects are pulling door handles to determine if a vehicle is unlocked. If the vehicle is unlocked they enter and steal anything of value, including spare change and minor personal items.

Please be sure to lock your vehicle and remove any obvious items of value. If you are taking any items home over break, avoid the temptation to pre-pack your vehicle. Although hours of darkness are the most likely times of such activity, this may happen at any time during the day. Be sure to call UNC Police at 970-351-2245 if you see any suspicious activity or suspicious persons in the parking lots.


 April 24, 2015

UNC Police are investigating a report of unlawful contact the night of April 23 on west campus. Police received a report of a male suspect who briefly grabbed a female from behind after she refused to talk with him. The suspect then fled after the female, who was uninjured, fought back.

Police have only a vague suspect description. However, it appears that the suspect may attempt to engage in conversation with women who are walking alone with no one else in the area before attempting physical contact.  Be particularly cautious if a stranger approaches you under these circumstances. 

UNC PD would also like to provide some basic protective measures you can take:

  • Be alert and aware of your surroundings.
  • Don’t get so engrossed in text messaging or smartphone surfing that you forget to look around.
  • Walk with others when possible.
  • Call 970-351-2245 for an escort if you’re uncomfortable walking on campus after dark.
  • Utilize the campus emergency poles if necessary. For locations, see the map at https://www.unco.edu/map/?l=5  
  • Trust your instincts if you feel a situation is unsafe.
  • Call Police at 970-351-2245 to report suspicious persons or activities. Police would rather check and make sure everything is OK than have someone become a victim of a crime.
     
    Dennis Pumphrey
    UNC Chief of Police

January 16, 2015

The UNC Police Department received a report of a male who aggressively approached a female on the northwest side of Harrison Hall at about 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 15. The female, who didn't recognize the man, pushed him away when he hugged her tightly from the front as she was walking from Michener Hall. She again pushed him away and quickly left the area when he attempted to hug her again and kiss her, stating something to the effect of "you used to kiss me all the time." The male lingered and yelled at her as she left. 

The suspect is described as a short, Hispanic man with 'squinty' eyes. He may have been under the influence of a drug or alcohol. He had a neck tattoo that was large, with an unknown name written in black cursive lettering and underlined twice. He was also wearing a gray jacket, jeans, and had a backpack. 

If you witnessed this or know the suspect in this case, please contact the UNC Police department at (970) 351-2254. As a reminder, report suspicious persons and activities at (970) 351-2245. And be sure to program this number into your phone.

The Police department would also like to provide some basic protective measures you can take on campus to help protect yourself and your belongings: 

  • Be alert and aware of your surroundings.
  • Don't get so engrossed in text messaging or smartphone surfing that you forget to look around.
  • Walk with others at night. 
  • Stay in frequently traveled, well-lighted, open areas.
  • Walk confidently.
  • Call (970) 351-2245 for an escort if you're uncomfortable walking on campus after dark.
  • Carry a personal alarm or whistle. 
  • Know where campus emergency poles are. See the Campus Emergency Pole Map.
  • Lock your house or residence hall room, and follow rules to limit resident hall access.
  • Don't carry large amounts of cash or credit cards. 
  • Have your keys ready when walking to your car or home. 
  • Be cautious of strangers.
  • If you believe someone is following you, go where there are other people.
  • Trust your intuition if you feel a situation is unsafe.
  • Don't hesitate to call Police. 
  • Alcohol is also a significant factor in many crimes. Students who are drinking are more likely to be involved in criminal activity. We strongly encourage you to make safe and health choices when it comes to alcohol consumption. Watch out for your friends, and vice versa. If a friend seems out of it, is way too intoxicated for the amount of alcohol they've had, or is acting out of character, get him or her to a safe place immediately. 
  • If you suspect you or a friend has been drugged, contact law enforcement immediately (local authorities can be reached by calling 911 in most areas of the U.S.). Be explicit with doctors so they can give you the correct tests (you will need a urine test and possibly others). 

Dennis Pumphrey
UNC Chief of Police


 November 12, 2014

The UNC Police Department is currently investigating two reports of alleged sexual assaults that may have occurred on campus within the past two weeks. The information available to the University Police is limited based on the reporting circumstances of the individual cases. 

The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), while acknowledging that you can never completely protect yourself from sexual assault, offers these personal safety steps to help reduce the risk of being assaulted:

  • Be aware of your surroundings. Knowing where you are and who is around you may help you to find a way to get out of a bad situation. 
  • Try to avoid isolated areas. It is more difficult to get help if no one is around. 
  • Walk with purpose. Even if you don't know where you are going, act like you do. 
  • Trust your instincts. If a situation or location feels unsafe or uncomfortable, it probably isn't the best place to be. 
  • Try not to load yourself down with packages or bags as this can make you appear more vulnerable. 
  • Don't allow yourself to be isolated with someone you don't trust or someone you don't know. 
  • Avoid putting music headphones in both ears so that you can be more aware of your surroundings, especially if you are walking alone. 
  • When you go to a social gathering, go with a group of friends. Arrive together, check in with each other throughout the evening, and leave together. Knowing where you are and who is around you may help you to find a way out of a bad situation. 
  • Trust your instincts. If you feel unsafe in any situation, go with your gut. If you see something suspicious, contact law enforcement immediately (local authorities can be reached by calling 911 in most areas of the U.S.). 
  • Don't leave your drink unattended while talking, dancing, using the restroom, or making a phone call. If you've left your drink alone, just get a new one. 

 June 27, 2014

 The UNC Police Department received a report of indecent exposure on central campus near Garden Theater about 3:45 p.m. Thursday, June 26.

The subject was caught on video and positively identified by a witness. Please view the Crime Alert flyer to view the photo. If you recognize the individual or were in the area and saw this person, please contact the UNC Police Department at (970) 351-2245 and reference case number 1402019.

The subject’s description is similar to another incident of indecent exposure that occurred at about noon May 30 near 10th Avenue and 17th Street. In this incident the male got off his bike, spoke to a witness, and then exposed himself. In Thursday’s incident, the male didn’t speak to anyone and exposed himself while riding his bike.

In both incidents, the subject is described as a white male, with dark hair and average build. The male in the first case was riding a grey mountain bike and wearing a white shirt. In the second case, the male was riding a dark-colored BMX bike and wearing a black baseball cap.

Dennis Pumphrey
UNC Chief of Police


 July 12, 2013

 The UNC Police Department in cooperation with the Greeley Police Department want to make you aware of a possible robbery that was reported on campus Friday, July 12,  in the 1700 block of 10th Avenue near Frasier Hall.

The suspect, a passenger in a mid-to-late 90s green or teal Pontiac Grand Am/Prix, reportedly punched a woman walking in the area and took her purse and cellphone. He’s described as Hispanic, in his mid-to-late 20s with a pockmarked face, with no facial hair and a strong accent.  He was wearing a black hat and shirt.

The victim, who is not a member of the campus community, was taken to the hospital and notified Police several hours after the reported incident.

If anyone has any information or was in the area near 5 a.m., please contact the UNC Police Department at 970-351-2245.

We would also like to take a moment to mention some basic safety reminders to keep in mind while at UNC.

  • Be alert and aware of your surroundings.
  • Don’t get so engrossed in text messaging or smartphone surfing that you forget to look around.
  • Walk with others at night.
  • Stay in frequently traveled, well-lighted, open areas.
  • Walk confidently.
  • Call 351-2245 for an escort if you’re uncomfortable walking on campus after dark.
  • Carry a personal alarm or safety whistle.
  • Know where campus emergency phones are. See https://www.unco.edu/map/?l=5
  • Lock your house or residence hall room, and follow rules to limit residence hall access.
  • Don’t carry large amounts of cash or credit cards.
  • Have your keys ready when walking to your car or home.
  • Be cautious of strangers.
  • If you believe someone is following you, go where there are other people.
  • Trust your intuition if you feel a situation is unsafe.
  • Don’t hesitate to call Police.
  • Alcohol is also a significant factor in many crimes. Students who are drinking are more likely to be involved in criminal activity. We strongly encourage you to make safe and healthy choices when it comes to alcohol consumption.

For information about UNC PD crime prevention programs, visit the UNC Police Crime Prevention page.

Sincerely,
Dennis Pumphrey
UNC Chief of Police


 June 6, 2013

Dear Campus Community,

On Wednesday, June 5, at approximately 10:30 p.m., two UNC students were threatened near 17th Street and 6th Avenue.

The students were walking eastbound when they saw an older white vehicle, possibly a Toyota Camry, pull to the side of the road.  Two Hispanic males exited the vehicle, one carrying a baseball bat, and approached the students.  When the male carrying the baseball bat told the students to “come here,” the students ran.

The Hispanic males got into the car and attempted to follow the students, but the students got inside a house before further confrontation.
The Hispanic males are both in their mid- to late- 20s and both had shaved heads.  The male with the baseball bat was wearing a baggy white T-shirt.  The second male was wearing a black T-shirt.

The Greeley Police Department is also investigating calls of suspicious activity and thefts from vehicles in that area overnight Wednesday.  Currently it is unknown if the cases are related.

The University Police Department will continue to patrol the areas adjacent to campus and will ‘be on the lookout’ for that vehicle and described individuals.  We ask you to call in any suspicious activity, vehicle or person to your local police agency or the University Police when on campus property.

For information about UNC PD crime prevention programs, visit the UNC Police Crime Prevention page.

Sincerely,
Dennis Pumphrey
Chief, UNC Police Department


May 7, 2013

Dear Campus Community,

UNC Police responded to a report of an assault at 10:14 p.m. Monday, May 6, on the south side of the University Center near “B” Lot. A student reported being knocked to the ground by a group of 2-3 males who then checked the student’s pockets. The suspects fled the area without taking anything. No weapons were reported to be involved in the incident. The student received only minor injuries. If you have any information regarding this case, please contact UNC PD at (970) 351-2245.

Update:

This case is closed.  After further investigation it was determined that there is no threat to our campus community based on this report.


 November 28, 2012

Please be advised of the following information:

The individual in this flyer is a suspect in multiple bike thefts from campus if you see him do not attempt to contact him on your own, please contact UNC Police immediately at (970) 351-2245.


 October 12, 2012

Please be advised of the following information:

The UNC Police Department has responded this week to multiple reports of stolen bikes and thefts of wallet and purses from unlocked offices and hallways.

I want to take this moment to remind our community that the majority of thefts on campus are crimes of opportunity. In cases where valuables were in common areas or unlocked offices, an individual can often steal the property in a matter of seconds.

The bike thefts have occurred throughout campus at varying times, but the purse and wallet thefts from offices have occurred most often during the day. To protect purses and wallets, make sure that you lock your office, car or room when you are away. Try to keep valuables with you or secured in a locked drawer.

To secure your bikes, use a U-lock or heavy cable. Although a determined thief can still successfully work through these items, most individuals will be deterred and it will minimize the opportunity for theft.

UNCPD has engaged in a specific crime deterrent plan to address the recent thefts, but our success also relies heavily on our community. Please take the time to make sure your valuables are secured, and contact the Police Department at (970) 351-2245 regarding anything you may see that seems out of place or suspicious. This would include a person lingering at a bike rack and looking at various bikes, or an individual walking through a hallway trying the handle on closed doors.

Dennis Pumphrey
UNC Chief of Police


September 6, 2012

Dear Campus Community,

I’d like to take a moment to remind you about personal safety at the start of the new semester. The Greeley Police Department has notified us that a suspect was arrested Sept. 4 after a witness reported a man with a cell phone or camera peeping into the ground floor of a residence near campus in the 1600 block of 10th Avenue. GPD continues to actively investigate. If you have information regarding this case, please contact GPD at (970) 350-9605 during regular business hours and ask to speak with the investigations section. After hours, please call dispatch at (970) 350-9600 and a police officer will contact you.

UNC Police patrol campus 24 hours a day and also work closely with the Greeley Police Department in neighborhoods around campus. Please report anything suspicious on campus to UNC Police at 351-2245. Suspicious off-campus activity should be reported to Greeley Police at 350-9600. Please program both numbers in your cell phone.

Here are some additional tips for staying safe:

• Be alert and aware of your surroundings.
• Don’t get so engrossed in text messaging or smartphone surfing that you forget to look around.
• Walk with others at night.
• Stay in frequently traveled, well-lighted, open areas.
• Walk confidently.
• Call 351-2245 for an escort if you’re uncomfortable walking on campus after dark.
• Carry a personal alarm or safety whistle.
• Know where campus emergency phones are. See http://www.unco.edu/uncmap/index.asp?o=a&v=b&level=1&section=1&secalpha=a
• Lock your house or residence hall room, and follow rules to limit residence hall access.
• Don’t carry large amounts of cash or credit cards.
• Have your keys ready when walking to your car or home.
• Be cautious of strangers.
• If you believe someone is following you, go where there are other people.
• Trust your intuition if you feel a situation is unsafe.
• Don’t hesitate to call police.

Alcohol is also a significant factor in many crimes. Students who are drinking are more likely to be involved in criminal activity. We strongly encourage you to make safe and healthy choices when it comes to alcohol consumption.

For information about UNC PD crime prevention programs, visit the UNC Police Crime Prevention page.

Sincerely,
Dennis Pumphrey
Chief, UNC Police Department


April 12, 2012

12:50 a.m. - UNC Police are in pursuit of two suspects of an armed robbery that occurred at approximately 10:35 p.m. Wednesday, April 11, in the parking lot of Arlington Park Apartments, 2315 9th Ave. One of the suspects pointed a handgun toward the ground in front of a student and took the student's bag. No injuries were reported. The two suspects are described as black males, both approximately 6-feet tall, wearing black pants, zippered hoodies and purple bandanas over their faces. They were last seen heading north down 10th Avenue from 23rd Street. Contact UNC Police at 970-351-2245 if you see anyone fitting this description and acting suspiciously. 

9:45 a.m. - Authorities continue to search for two suspects in connection with an armed robbery late Wednesday. The suspects are described as black males, both approximately 6-feet tall, who were wearing black pants, zippered hoodies and purple bandanas over their faces during the incident. Anyone who has information on the whereabouts of the suspects, or sees anyone fitting this description and acting suspiciously, should contact UNC Police at 970-351-2245. 

10:44 a.m. - According to authorities, individuals who commit armed robbery are usually willing to commit additional crimes. As the investigation into Wednesday's incident continues, here are some personal safety reminders: 

  • Be alert and aware of your surroundings. 
  • Be cautious of strangers. 
  • Walk with others at night and stay in frequently traveled, well-lighted, open areas. Call UNC Police at 970-351-2245 to request an escort if you're uncomfortable walking alone at night. 
  • Don't get so engrossed in text messaging or using your cell phone or audio player that you forget to look around. 
  • Report suspicious activity to UNC Police at 970-351-2245 (and if you haven't already, program this number into your cellphone.)

April 19, 2011

Please be advised of the following information and share it with those who do not receive e-mail:

SAFETY ALERT
UNC Police have been notified of former student Eric Kinder's release from custody. Law enforcement authorities still consider the 43-year-old former graduate student a potential threat to the university community. Kinder was sentences today regarding his guilty plea to felony menacing charges. As part of his sentence, Kinder remains banned from campus, cannot have contact with the university and is prohibited from being 100 yards of university property. If he's seen on or near campus, call UNC PD at 970-351-2245. 

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION
The UNC PD website, http://www.unco.edu/police, has posted a photo of Kinder (description: Caucasian, approximately 6-feet 3-inches tall, 175 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes; may be wearing glasses and/or a fedora-style hat). If he's seen on campus, call UNC PD at 970-351-2245 or from any emergency phone on campus (map of emergency phones). 

CAMPUS SAFETY EFFORTS
UNC and Greeley Police patrol campus and surroundings 24 hours a day and have stepped up patrols in the area. Campus buildings may be placed on 24-hour card access as an additional security measure. For more on the police response, go to http://www.unco.edu/police

HOW TO ENHANCE YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY
For personal safety tips go to http://www.unco.edu/safety. Options for employees include working with their supervisors to coordinate personal leave. It's also recommended that faculty make accommodations for students who may choose to be absent from class. 

BACKGROUND INFORMATION
Leading up to his arrest on felony menacing charges Oct. 26 at his off-campus residence, Kinder exhibited disruptive behavior in confronting university community members, admitted to police that a piece of his writing with homicidal and suicidal thoughts contained autobiographical elements, and posted Facebook entries suggesting that he could harm others (authorities recovered multiple handguns at his residence). 

HOW TO REPORT ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Reports with information regarding this case or others can be made at:

April 19, 2011

Please be advised of the following information and share it with those who do not receive e-mail:

 We are sending you this information because a former UNC student Eric Kinder may represent a significant threat to the university community. He is presently in custody at the Weld County Jail but could be released as early as today. 

Kinder was sentenced today regarding his guilty plea to felony menacing charges. As part of his sentence, Kinder remains banned from campus, cannot have contact with the university and is prohibited from being within 100 yards or university property. 

Upon his release, provisions of his sentence also require him to be under intensive supervised probation and prohibit him from possessing firearms or living with persons who possess firearms. 

Leading up to his October 26, 2010, arrest at his off-campus residence, Kinder exhibited disruptive behavior in confronting university community members, admitted to police that a piece of his writing with homicidal and suicidal thoughts contained autobiographical elements, and posed Facebook entries suggesting that he could harm others. Authorities recovered multiple handguns at his residence. 

UNCPD is in contact with the Weld County Sheriff's Department and has requested notification when Kinder is released. When that occurs, we will notify the university community. 

For more information on Kinder, including a photo of him, view this poster

Mikel Longman
UNC Chief of Police


March 11, 2011

Please be advised of the following information and share it with those who do not receive e-mail: 

UNC Police are investigating a reported sexual assault. On Friday morning at approximately 1:00 AM, a female reported that she was walking from the University Center through the 11th Avenue tunnel when she was approached by three males west of the tunnel. According to the victim the three males briefly engaged in conversation with her, and then grabbed her and forcibly moved her to another location nearby. The victim was sexually assaulted and was then released. The males then ran from the location and the victim contacted authorities.

The males were described as follows: 

  • White male, approximately 5'08", 185 lbs, with dark brown hair and a beard. 
  • White male, approximately 6', 180 lbs, with sandy brown hair. 
  • Black male, approximately 6' to 6'02", about 180 lbs, with black hair. 

The University Police Department has increased patrols in the area, and has notified surrounding law enforcement agencies regarding this incident. Anyone with information regarding this case, or if you were in the area of the University Center and 11th Avenue tunnel between midnight and 1:30 AM this morning, please contact UNC Police at 970-351-2245 and ask for Investigations. 

Safety Reminder
UNC Police patrol campus 24 hours a day and also work closely with the Greeley Police Department in neighborhoods around campus. Report suspicious on-campus activity, or request a police escort while walking on campus after dark, to UNC Police at 970-351-2245. Suspicious off-campus activity should be reported to Greeley Police at 970-350-9600. Please program both numbers in your cell phone. For a map of campus emergency phones, go to http://www.unco.edu/police/services.html. As always, use 911 in an emergency. 

For a list of frequently used crime prevention programs on campus, visit http://www.unco.edu/police/crimeprevention/index.html


February 7, 2011

Please be advised of the following information and share it with those who do not receive e-mail:

The Greeley Police Department has informed us of an investigation involving an off-campus shooting that occurred Sunday, Feb. 6, near 10th Avenue Court and 25th Street. There is no indication that anyone from the campus community was involved or targeted. In light of this information, we'd like to remind you of some afety precautions: 

  • Be alert and aware of your surroundings. 
  • Be cautious of strangers and vehicles traveling at speeds faster or slower than normal traffic. 
  • Walk with others at night and stay in frequently traveled, well-lighted, open areas. 
  • Don't get so engrossed in text messaging or your cell phone or MP3 player that you forget to look around. 

Please remember if you see a suspicious person or activity on campus to contact the UNC Police Department at 970-351-2245. If you haven't already, please program this number into your cell phone. Call the Greeley Police Department at 970-350-9600 to report a suspicious person or activity off campus. Always use 911 in the event of an emergency. For a list of frequently used crime prevention programs on campus, visit http://unco.edu/police/crimeprevention/index.html


January 19, 2011

Please be advised of the following information and share it with those who do not receive e-mail:

Greeley Police are investigating an off-campus robbery that occurred the evening of Tuesday, Jan. 18, near the intersection of 10th Avenue and 19th Street. A UNC student walking in the area reported that an unarmed suspect stole her bag, knocking her to the ground. No injuries were reported.

The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 19-20 years old with a thin build and shaved head. He was wearing a red hoodie and baggy jeans. He may have had a nose ring. 

Following the incident, the suspect got into a "cherry red", newer model Ford Focus, and drove westbound on 19th Street toward 11th Avenue. 

In light of this information, I'd like to remind you of some safety precautions:

  • Be alert and aware of your surroundings. 
  • Be cautious of strangers.
  • Walk with others at night and stay in frequently traveled, well-lighted, open areas. call UNC Police at 970-351-2245 to request an escort if you're uncomfortable walking alone at night. 
  • Don't get so engrossed in text messaging or using your cell phone or audio player that you forget to look around. 

To report a suspected crime, suspicious activity, or any information that may assist in a criminal investigation, please contact UNCPD at 351-2245. 

Mikel Longman
UNC Chief of Police


January 10, 2011

The University Police Department wants to bring to your attention the following safety information. An individual who meets the criteria of a "Sexually Violent Predator" (for a previous conviction of attempted sexual assault on a child) has recently moved near campus in the 1800 block of 7th Avenue. Additional information, including name, address, and photo can be found by contacting the UNC Police Department at 970-351-2245.