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University of Michigan Division of Public Safety and Security
109 E. Madison St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

For Emergencies:
Dial 9-1-1

To report a crime on campus or to reach U-M Police:
(734) 763-1131

To reach the DPSS division office:
(734) 763-8391

E-mail: dpss-safety-security@umich.edu

Current Alerts

Stadium Weather Forecasters Meet the Big House weather forecasters! DPSS Emergency Management and Michigan Engineering's Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences team up to protect Michigan Stadium.

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Annual Security Report The University of Michigan Police Department is pleased to announce that the 2013-14 edition of the University of Michigan Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report now is available.

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Robert Neumann Robert Neumann has been appointed as police chief of the University of Michigan Police Department (UMPD), announced Eddie L. Washington, Jr., executive director of the Division of Public Safety and Security.

Neumann, most recently a lieutenant with the UMPD, was selected from more than 150 applicants. A graduate of Madonna University, he has served with the University since 1985 and was one of the original six police officers hired when the University created a sworn police force in 1990. He was promoted to lieutenant in 1999.

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Two University of Michigan security staff graduated this month from the Washtenaw Community College Police Academy and soon will begin field training with the University Police.

Ben Poniatowski, Police Academy Class President, provides Class Remarks Sean Taylor receives the Subject Control Excellence Award

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Eddie Washington Eddie L. Washington Jr., a former director of the Michigan State Police who has worked as a security consultant for U-M and Dow Chemical Co., has been selected as the executive director of the Division of Public Safety and Security.

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