Office of Security & Public Safety
Protecting and Serving the University Community
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Liberty University’s Office of Security & Public Safety is comprised of several LU departments. You can find out more about each department below.
Liberty University Police Department (LUPD)
The Liberty University Police Department (LUPD) is a full-service law enforcement agency staffed by professional, highly-trained personnel 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Emergency Management & Community Engagement (EMCE)
Emergency Training & Protocol
The Department of Emergency Management & Community Engagement (EMCE) coordinates and conducts training and provides resources to help prepare you for an emergency situation.
Environmental Health & Safety
The Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Department works to reduce or eliminate occupational injuries and illnesses.
Key & Badge Access
The Access Control Department coordinates all on and off-campus key and badge access for Liberty faculty, staff, and students.
” My name is Ron Sloan and I serve as the Vice President of the Office of Security & Public Safety. On behalf of the dedicated men and women of the Office of Security & Public Safety, I would like to welcome you and ask that you take a moment to explore the information found on this website. This site will provide you with important information on the different LU departments that comprise this office, their operations, and the many services and programs offered to keep our community safe. If you do not find your desired specific information, please feel free to contact us. We invite your comments, questions, concerns and suggestions regarding the Office of Security & Public Safety and our mission at Liberty University. In order for us to best respond, please utilize our contact information, found on this site.
Finally, remember that Security and Public Safety begins with the individual. Remain vigilant in regards to your personal safety, ensure that you are always aware of your surroundings and as always: If you See Something, Say Something!”
-Ronald T. Sloan