The SLCC Public Safety Department has added new officers to increase evening security for students and faculty.
UHP Lt. Jalaine Hawkes recently took over as section commander at Salt Lake Community College.
The murder of 21-year-old Lauren McCluskey has prompted questions about campus police departments and their ability to protect students.
Salt Lake Community College offers a parking lot escort service to assist students and staff in the evenings.
SLCC is in the process of installing electronic proximity locks to improve security on campus.
SLCC has a low crime rate, but students and staff should stay alert in the parking lots.
After a recent shooting at Umpqua Community College, SLCC students and staff may be on edge. Find out how school officials and UHP prepare for such an event at SLCC.
Find out more about this free safety service and how it came about.
The Utah Highway Patrol provides security services at four SLCC campuses. Learn how to protect yourself at school and who to call if you need assistance.
As campus shootings become an all-too-common occurrence, Heidi Bledsoe explains how SLCC and the Utah Highway Patrol prepare for any and all emergencies and how students can also make the campus safer.
Police are asking for help in identifying a suspect who stole musical instruments worth thousands of dollars from South City Campus.
Salt Lake Community College students are allowed use Tasers or mace while on campus as an added security measure.