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The Chapel Hill Police Department is committed to protecting, preserving and enhancing the quality of life in Chapel Hill through community-based policing. The police chief is Chris Blue.
Divisions of the department include investigations, patrol, Traffic Unit, K-9 Unit, the Special Emergency Response Team, School Resource Officers and more. Find out more on the official website.
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Here's what happened with two recent robberies at the Chapel Hill State Employees' Credit Union locations.
Two finalists for the University's police chief position, who both currently serve in higher education law enforcement, will answer questions on Tuesday morning in Wilson Library. The University is considering at least four individuals at this time, and hopes to have made a hire by the start of the fall semester.
Chapel Hill Police are searching for a man after he demanded cash from a teller at the State Employees’ Credit Union on Pittsboro Street.
In the wake of the former Police Chief Jeff McCracken begins a new process to hire for the position — one that has been at the brunt of much controversy and finger pointing.
A UNC employee was arrested after protesting an active shooter drill being carried out by UNC Police, which involved paintball-style masks and practice ammunition. After an investigation by the University, she was fired last week.
Chapel Hill Police responded to a report of a carjacking on North Columbia Street at 4:49 a.m. Wednesday, June 12.
Tasked with improving relations between the community and the police, the campus safety commission is a new group made up of faculty, staff and students. They met this week to go over recent incidents on campus and game-plan ways to increase student trust in the police.
A fire at Park Apartments in Chapel Hill was caused by an unattended candle.
No one was injured in the fire. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
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Following the raucous Sept. 8 Silent Sam protests, two demonstrators present at the former site of the confederate monument made their appeals today in the Orange County District Court.
The new campus safety commission formed by Interim Chancellor Guskiewicz met for the first time on Wednesday morning to discuss the group’s mission and responsibilities, as well as to field questions from the group’s members on how they would like the commission to operate.
UNC Police arrested Student Veterans Assistance Coordinator Amber Mathwig on Wednesday after she refused to stop sitting on the steps of a campus building that was being used for an unannounced police training exercise.
On Wednesday afternoon, students and faculty walked out of class to protest violence by the UNC Police Department and call for action by the University.
An update on crime in Chapel Hill over the last weekend.
The commission, initially announced on March 22, will also facilitate discussion with the UNC community regarding the roles and expectations of the relationship between the community and campus police.