Skip to main content

OSUPD offers self-defense course for women

The Oklahoma State University Police Department is offering a basic physical self-defense training course for women in March. The Rape Aggression Defense System teaches realistic self-defense tactics and techniques. Classes will be held in the OSU Colvin Center, room MP2. Classes are scheduled from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. March 23, 26, 30 and April 2.
Community policing at work in Core Campus Division

Wed, Feb 26, 2020

Chief Leon Jones and the OSU Police Department put a Core Campus Patrol Division in place to reduce response times, increase visibility in highly populated areas and help law enforcement build a relationship with the Cowboy community.

OSUPDNews TopicsCampus Life and DiversityCore Campus
OSUPD names new captains

Tue, Feb 04, 2020

Three members of the Oklahoma State University Police Department were recently promoted to captain. They have more than 60 years of law enforcement experience between them.

Campus Life and DiversityNews TopicsOSUPDCampus Police
OSUPD celebrates 50 years

Mon, Oct 28, 2019

Officers with the Oklahoma State University Police Department are sporting a commemorative badge to celebrate the department’s 50th anniversary. The OSUPD began as a safety and security department until Oklahoma statutes made it possible to become a campus police department. Since then, OSUPD has grown to 34 sworn officers, 12 support staff and 21 student employees.

Campus Life and DiversityCampus PoliceOSUPDpolice chiefNews Topics
OSUPD offers self-defense course for women

Wed, Aug 14, 2019

The Oklahoma State University Police Department is offering a basic physical self-defense training course for women from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sept. 9-10 and Sept. 16-17. Rape Aggression Defense Systems teaches realistic self-defense tactics and techniques.

policeCampus Life and DiversityHighlightedself-defenseNews Topicshealth and safetyOSUPD
OSU-Tulsa PD combines forces with OSU Stillwater police

Tue, Aug 13, 2019

Oklahoma State University-Tulsa has entered into an agreement with the Oklahoma State University Police Department to integrate the OSU-Tulsa department into a combined agency.

police chiefNews TopicsCampus PoliceOSUPDCampus Life and DiversityOSU-Tulsa
OSU Police Department aces reaccreditation with no fixes

Thu, Jul 25, 2019

The Oklahoma State University Police Department recently passed its reaccreditation with the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Accreditation Program administered through the Oklahoma Association of Chiefs of Police. OSUPD was the first department to earn the accreditation with OLEAP and earned its recent reaccreditation with no errors noted

Campus PoliceAccreditationOSUPDNews Topicspolice chiefCampus Life and Diversity
Memorial dedicated for OSUPD officer killed in 1992

Fri, Jun 28, 2019

A crowd of family, friends and 18 uniformed police officers gathered at a turnout along State Highway 51C to dedicate a new memorial to former Oklahoma State University Police Officer Brent Daniel. On May 14, 1992, Daniel and his girlfriend, Shelly Manley (now Whiting), were on his motorcycle on the road when they were struck from behind by a drunk driver. Daniel was killed, and his girlfriend was critically injured.

memorialdedicationCampus PolicePolice OfficerOSUPDoklahoma state university
Memorial dedication set for OSUPD officer killed in 1992

Thu, Jun 20, 2019

The public is invited to the dedication of a new memorial for former Oklahoma State University Police Officer Brent Daniel at 2 p.m. June 22 at Lake Carl Blackwell. On May 14, 1992, Daniel and his girlfriend, Shelly Manley, were on his motorcycle on State Highway 51C when they were struck from behind by a drunk driver traveling more than 90 mph. Daniel was killed. Manley, who was critically injured, has gone on to dedicate her life to helping individuals as a behavioral health adviser.

memorialCampus Life and DiversityCampus PoliceNews TopicsOSUPD

Back To Top
SVG directory not found.