University Police Advisory Committee

The purpose of the committee is to work collectively with UB leadership, the campus community and University Police to identify issues that involve the safety and well-being of our entire UB community with the goal of fostering a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment for our students, faculty, staff and visitors.

Objectives

The objectives of the Police Advisory Committee are:

  • To establish awareness of issues that are in contravention of a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment for our students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
  • To provide a forum for collaboration and productive feedback regarding fair, equitable, and effective police practices.
  • To recommend solutions when policing concerns arise.

In keeping with the committee charge, the Police Advisory Committee fosters an open and respectful exchange of ideas, concerns, and solutions.

University Police Advisory Committee Town Hall Meeting

Learn More about the University Police Advisory Committee:

  • 4/2/21
    The University Police Advisory Committee is comprised of a wide variety of members of our on-campus, wider university and Western New York communities.
  • 3/29/21
    In their initial meetings, the University Police Advisory Committee has developed preliminary areas of concern and interest.
  • 4/30/21
    The University Police Advisory Committee will regularly post updates here in order to keep the university community informed about the Committee's progress and activities.
  • 4/7/21
    The University Police Advisory Committee is committed to fostering open and meaningful dialogue with the university community and Western New York community. Please share your comments, questions and concerns in this survey.