Campus police -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0508
Overview The Department of Police was established at the University of Nevada in 1965 and changed its name to Police Services in 1999. University of Nevada, Reno Police Services is a fully functional law enforcement agency. University officers have full police powers, certified under the laws of the State of Nevada, and work in cooperation with all regional law enforcement agencies. The University of Nevada, Reno Police Services records consist of annual reports prepared in compliance with NRS 396.329,...
Identifier: AC 0548
Overview The Records of the President of the University of Nevada, Reno, Joseph N. Crowley consist of administrative files, bylaws, correspondence, planning documents, and material about academic units, the Board of Regents, campus committees, and university athletics, as well as reports. Correspondents include U. S. Senators Richard Bryan and Harry Reid and Nevada Attorney General Frankie Sue Del Papa. Among the reports are the 1999 Core Curriculum Program Review and various accreditation reports....
Identifier: AC 0603
Abstract The University Police Department records date from 1971-2010, bulk dates the 1990s. They include five annual reports, the 25th anniversary edition of "A Reason for Tears! A Journal Dealing with Drug Abuse among Young Americans (1992);" a Campus Safety Information newsletter (1995); and a Campus Security Act Reported Crime Statistics summary for 1997. Newspaper clippings include the obituary of retired police officer David R. Wood (1921-2010), who served on the campus police force from 1969-1984.