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January 2022 UPdate.
Bike thief caught on camera. Have you seen this suspect or stolen truck?
COVID-19 Updates and Information.
City buildings - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday hours.
Oncor Tree Trimming - various UP neighborhoods.
The status of various infrastructure improvement projects.
Wednesday, January 19 at 10:45 a.m. - Preschool STEAM and Stories.
Thursday, January 20 at 10:45 a.m. - Toddler Story Time @ UPPL.
Thursday, January 20 at 7 p.m. - UP & Coming Author Series at UP Public Library.
Friday, January 21 at 10:45 a.m. - Baby Story Time @ UPPL.
Saturday, January 22 at 3 p.m. - UP @ the Library Family Time.
Wednesday, January 26 at 10:45 a.m. - Preschool STEAM and Stories.
Tuesday, January 18, 2022 - City Council Meeting
Tuesday, February 1, 2022 - City Council Meeting
For more information contact, Crime Prevention Officer Lita Snellgrove at 214-987-5374.
If you do, we'd like to hear from you. Video surveillance is one of the best methods for apprehending criminals and convicting suspects who are caught in the act of committing a crime. Installing video surveillance is a great example of community-police partnerships and is something UPPD values highly.
Because they are caught in the act of committing the crime, video surveillance is one of the best methods to catch suspects and convict them. As crimes occur nearby, many residents and business owners are unaware that their camera systems may have captured information that could help solve a crime. Likewise, police are not always aware of who may have potentially vital video evidence. By registering your camera system, officers can quickly identify nearby cameras that may have captured criminal activity. After registering your camera system, you will only be contacted by UPPD if there is a criminal incident in the vicinity of your security camera system and police personnel believe viewing your video footage will assist in the investigation. At no time will UPPD have remote access to your camera system.
If you would like to register your security camera system and allow officers to contact you should a crime occur in or near where your cameras are installed, please fill out the online form here:
Register Your Camera Here
The information you provide regarding your camera system will be for official use only. Your personal information will remain confidential and not be distributed except as required by law or court order. This program is entirely voluntary and you can withdraw consent to view video footage from your camera system at any time.
If you are going to be away from home for an extended period, you can have your home checked daily by a UPPD officer. The process is simple. You can make the request online, or you can download and complete the form below, and return it to the City's 911 Dispatch Center.
Online House Watch Request
Click on the Resident Online Center. If this is the first time you have entered a request for service using the Resident Online Center, you must create an account. You will be asked to provide your name, address and email.
Download House Watch Form
HOUSE WATCH FORM
Return the completed form to the City's 911 Dispatch Center (3800 University Blvd.). Or fax it to 214-987-5364.
Tours of the University Park Police Department are available to University Park citizens, schools and civic groups. To schedule a tour, contact Crime Prevention Officer Lita Snellgrove at 214-987-5374.
Are you a target for a break-in?
By following some basic crime prevention tips, you can help to reduce your chance of becoming a crime statistic.
Although you cannot completely crime-proof your home, you can make it more uninviting for the would-be burglar, who may decide your home is not worth his time to break into.
How to prevent car burglaries, click here.
How to avoid becoming a carjack victim, click here.
How to prevent identity theft, click here.