Staff Directory

Emergency - call 911Belknap (502) 852-6111HSC (502) 852-2402ShelbyHurst (502) 852-1436PEACC Program (502) 852-2663
Emergency - call 911

UofL Police
Belknap (502) 852-6111
HSC (502) 852-2402
ShelbyHurst (502) 852-1436

PEACC Program
(502) 852-2663

Steven D. Green

Interim Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police

(502) 852-7236
Oscar G. Chavez, Major

Commander of Operations

(502) 852-6111
Mike Long

Manager, Fire Safety & Compliance

(502) 852-3473
Kayla Matola

Physical Security Coordinator

(502) 852-7241
Jamal Bowman

Physical Security Manager

(502) 852-6647
Heather Egan

Clery Act Compliance Officer

(502) 852-9239
George (Dave) Dahl

Data Safety Analyst / Property Room Coordinator

(502) 852-6111
Phone Number: (502) 852-6111

The University of Louisville Police Department (ULPD) protects and serves the University community by providing professional law enforcement and security services. ULPD is a fully commissioned police department and a member of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Agencies (IACLEA) with a staff of forty-seven (47) full time sworn police officers and thirty (30) non-sworn security officers. ULPD Officers are responsible for a full range of public safety services, including crime reports, investigations, medical/injury response, fire emergencies, traffic collisions, enforcement of state and local laws and all other incidents that require police assistance.

Officers conduct patrol by car, motorcycle, foot, bicycle and/or ATV 24 hours a day, seven days per week. ULPD has the responsibility for law enforcement at the UofL Belknap Campus, HSC Campus, and Shelbyhurst Campus and on streets running through and adjacent to these locations. ULPD has county-wide law enforcement jurisdiction obtained through an interagency agreement with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.

The Kentucky Law Enforcement Professional Standards Committee awarded the ULPD a Certificate of Accreditation. This certificate states that ULPD has fulfilled all the accreditation standards as established by the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police. Public Safety is part of ULPD and consist of Emergency Management and Fire Safety.

As a community of more than 25,000 members, the University of Louisville experiences traffic accidents, injuries, crimes and other emergencies. All students, staff, faculty, and visitors are strongly encouraged to report all campus crimes and safety related issues to the University Police. If it is an emergency, dial 9-1-1, or (502) 852-6111 for non-emergencies. Our tele-communication center is part of the 911 Emergency System and has direct radio communications with Louisville Metro Safe Dispatch Center, fire and other first responders. All University of Louisville properties with an automatic fire alarm system, and/or equipped with an intrusion and duress alarm are electronically monitored by tele-communications center. A trained tele-communicator will direct the appropriate police response to the emergency or suspicious activity. The university police tele-communications center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The tele-communications center is equipped with a telecommunications device (TTD) for communications with the hearing impaired.