Augusta University Police Department Capt. Katy Potts says being among the dedicated members of Jaguar Nation makes coming to work every day an easy task.
Augusta University Police Department provides several tips on how to make sure you stay safe this holiday season.
Expect campus services changes through the new year.
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The Augusta University Police Department has joined the #PinkPatchProject, a fundraiser to sell police patch stickers in pink.
Vehicle traffic should avoid Harper Street and Laney-Walker Boulevard today, Thursday, Sept. 17, as some vehicles have already become stranded due to flooding.
In light of the national conversation around police reform, the Augusta University Police Department has launched a transparency web page detailing its demographics, policies and training.
Augusta University will reap benefits in Georgia's vehicle maintenance system.
Enjoy great food while supporting the annual "Pork with the PoPo" fundraiser.
Please carefully read and follow the construction signs, and only cross at the open crosswalks as indicated.
“Our police department is made up of men and women dedicated to service excellence through partnerships that reduce crime and create a safe environment for our faculty, staff, students and friends,” said Jim Lyon, chief of the Augusta University...
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Enjoy a cup of coffee while chatting with law enforcement at Coffee with a Cop.
Augusta University Police Department has hidden painted rocks, nicknamed #JagGems, around campus for students to find and collect a prize.
This system will enhance the university's ability to communicate with you effectively before, during and after emergency or critical events.
AU Police urges faculty, staff and students to be JagSafe during 15th Street road work.
Josh Cunningham has been named director of Safety and Security at Augusta University Health.
The sun is out longer, the days are warmer and the Augusta University police have coffee for you.
Safety, whether on the road, in a parking lot or on the sidewalk, begins with good decisions and up-to-date information.