Campus safety begins with awareness.
“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...
Safety, whether on the road, in a parking lot or on the sidewalk, begins with good decisions and up-to-date information.
Augusta University is helping you stay safe when disaster strikes.
Whether you’re working on campus through the holiday break, staying home or leaving town, Augusta University Police offer tips to keep you safe.
The AU Police Department is committed to ensuring that our campuses are safe places to work and study.
The AUPD works tirelessly to fulfill their mission of providing excellent service to the Augusta University community and assisting the university community and AU Health.
Beginning with the new fiscal year, July 1, Augusta University Police Department (AUPD) is the official title for the department.
Browse for a gallery of photos of Augusta University Police Department's new look.
On Thursday, April 23, GRU Police Chief Bill McBride will join other police chiefs in a teleconference promoting the benefits of the Rave Guardian campus safety app. “It’s for people who are on the fence about it,” McBride said. “So they’re going to...
During March, downloading the Rave Guardian app and creating an account with your school email address will enter you in the Safe Campus Sweepstakes. This is a great way to help spread the word about the app across your campus, and encourage...