Since joining AU Health in 2008, Damron has overseen the alignment of clinical finances and administrative activities under a unified health system structure. His last day is April 15.
Georgia’s new Hands Free law goes into effect July 1. Are you prepared?
Join Augusta University in observing National Police Week.
Whether you’re staying in town, renting your place or going out of the country, there’s no denying that everyone is preparing for Masters Week, and we want to make sure you’re as prepared as possible.
The days are getting longer and the weather’s getting warmer(ish). That can only mean one thing: It’s springtime in Augusta! Whether you’re off partying at the beach or stay-caying at mom’s (no judgment), security should be...
Chief James Lyon cut the ribbon for a new Augusta University police substation in the lobby of Allgood Hall on the Summerville Campus. Safety sessions continue on Friday.
The Augusta University Police Department will be holding a series of active shooter response trainings on both the Summerville and Health Sciences Campus. “We offer these trainings periodically, but we wanted to be responsive to any questions that...
The Augusta University Police Department will be holding a series of active shooter trainings to educate the university and health system community regarding what they should do in an active shooter event.
Thanks to the participation of departments on campus and local businesses, the Augusta University Police Department was able to meet their goal.
The Augusta University Police Department and the Critical Event Preparedness and Response team want you to make sure you can receive emergency notifications.
The Augusta University Police Department will be hosting a BBQ fundraiser from 11:30 a.m. — 1:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 16.
Augusta University mascot and resident “safety officer” Augustus is featured in a new campus safety campaign kicking off this week.
The Augusta University Cyber Institute has announced its commitment to Data Privacy Day.
The event is an opportunity for faculty, staff and students to bring questions, talk with an officer and enjoy free coffee.
AUPD have some tips to help you stay safe this holiday season.
The Augusta University Police Department will be hosting its latest Coffee with a Cop event on Wednesday, Dec. 6.
Officers met in the parking lot of the Augusta University Police Department and traveled to the children's hospital to deliver toys.
The Augusta University Police Department will be hosting its latest Coffee with a Cop event Thursday, Nov. 9, from 9:00—10:30 a.m. in the Dental College of Georgia Lobby.
Augusta University Police Department is offering two training opportunities for Augusta faculty, staff and students.