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Campus Safety

A letter from Chief McCall

Headshot of Police Chief John McCall

Welcome to the Troy University Police website. All of us at the Troy University Police Department hope that the introduction of our website is useful and informative. The men and women that are a part of the Troy University Police Department are committed to the highest quality of protection of life and property. This can be upheld through our philosophy of Community Policing.

Community Policing involves being a part of the community by addressing the public’s problems and working to resolve and solve them. The Troy University Police is wholly dedicated in the maintenance and promotion of individual rights and human dignity. I would like to thank you for visiting our website.

John McCall
Chief of University Police

 

Safety Information By Campus

Dothan, AL Campus

Dothan Campus

A description of University Police Services at our Dothan, AL campus, parking and traffic information, and policies/procedures.

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Montgomery, AL Campus

Montgomery Campus

A description of University Police Services at our Montgomery, AL campus and parking and traffic information.

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Phenix City, AL Campus

Phenix City Campus

A description of University Police Services at our Phenix City, AL campus.

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Troy, AL Campus

Troy Campus

A description of University Police Services at our Troy, AL campus, parking and traffic information, and policies/procedures.

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Crime Statistics

View our Annual Safety Report, learn about how we comply with the Clery Act, and learn about sex offender registry.

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University Police Staff

The current roster of all University Police Department staff.

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Secret Witness Hotline

Use the Secret Witness Hotline to report crimes or suspicious activity directly to the University Police Department via phone or email.

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Severe Weather Resources

Find links to local and national weather information databases to make informed safety decisions during inclement weather.

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