We're here on campus to Protect and Serve.
The UAHuntsville Police Department is a fully empowered state law enforcement agency dedicated to the University of Alabama in Huntsville. The department is an operational unit within Facilities and Operations. Each UAH officer, like their state and municipal counterparts, must meet the strict standards established by the Alabama Peace Officers’ Standards and Training Commission. (APOSTC)
We are proud to serve the UAHuntsville community and are here to protect life and property, prevent and deter crime, provide crime prevention services and programs and facilitate the safe movement of pedestrians and vehicles on the campus. However, our success also depends on the partnership between the university community and the police. This partnership is an essential element in making our campus a safe place.
We hope this website will provide you with valuable information about our campus, the police department, and the services we offer.
Important Campus Parking Information for 2013
UAHPD is pleased to announce that parking transactions may now be conducted online at parking.uah.edu. Online credit card payments are now accepted!
New students and new employees who intend to operate a motor vehicle on campus should be sure to purchase your parking permit before the start of the Summer 2013 semester. See the full announcement here.
Important Notice for Part-time, Temporary, and Contract employees: Temporary/contract/part-time employees must purchase a parking permit based on the following conditions:
- Those employed for up to three months during a calendar year must purchase a temporary employee permit for the period that they are on campus. ($40.00)
- Those employed for more than three months during the calendar year must purchase a regular employee parking permit. ($120.00)
Part-time, temporary, and contract employees must visit the UAHPD Parking Management Office in the Intermodal Facility to purchase their parking permit.
Please familiarize yourself with the recently updated 2012-13 Campus Motor Vehicle and Parking Regulations.
Emergency and Non-Emergency Phone Numbers
EMERGENCY: 911 from any phone
EMERGENCY: 6911 from campus phones
EMERGENCY: (256) 824-6911 from any phone
Non-Emergency: (256) 824-6596
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UAHPD Values and Goals
We of the UAHuntsville Police Department recognize and value our contributions to the quality of campus life and a safe environment in our community through the provision of professional law enforcement services. We will meet the challenge of providing these services by basing our thoughts and actions on the following shared values:
Service to our Community
We value the opportunity to provide service in a manner that is fair, courteous, responsive and efficient. An attitude of respect for and the protection of, the worth, dignity and rights of all is the foundation of our law enforcement agency.
We value candor, honesty, and ethical behavior in members of our department. We are committed to uphold our positions of trust by maintaining the highest ethical standards as set forth in the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics.
Responsibility and Accountability
We value the need for effective use of our resources and to provide a spirit of openness in communication with our community. We will be responsible for our actions, willing to admit our mistakes and ensure that our behavior earns the support and trust of all segments of the public.
We value professionalism and offer a clear sense of commitment, perspective and direction. We seek to foster professionalism by creating an environment that encourages teamwork, innovation, and constant evaluation of ourselves. We are dedicated to quality, timeliness and excellence in our service to the University community.
Pride and Satisfaction in Our Profession
We believe our work to be a source of enjoyment and satisfaction and we are proud of our accomplishments as an integral part of the university community. We enjoy serving the law enforcement profession and the UAHuntsville community.
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