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Campus Security Advisory Committee

The Campus Security Advisory Committee, established in 1991 (RCW 28B.10.569), examines campus security and safety issues and makes suggestions for improvement. Early task force members included University of Washington administration, faculty, staff, recognized student organizations and the police department. The Committee now also includes representation from UW Bothell, UW Tacoma and the University Park Community Club. The law requiring the establishment of this group was repealed in 2012. Because the police department and the community benefit from this collaboration, the committee has continued their work.

The Committee meets on the second Tuesday of every other month at 9:30 a.m. at the UW Police Department, Multi-Purpose Room. Chaired by the UW Police Chief, the UW Campus Security Advisory Committee meets to review crime trends, policies and procedures, recent events and potential security concerns.

The Campus Security Advisory Committee has representatives from the following departments:

Athletics Graduate and Professional Student Senate Office of Regional Relations
ASUW Harborview Medical Center Office of Research
Bothell Campus Security Health Sciences Real Estate
Capital Projects Health Sciences News & Information Student Life
CISO (Office of the Chief Information Security Officer) Housing and Food Services Res Life Tacoma Campus Security
Custodial Services Human Resources University Park Community Club
Emergency Management Internal Audit UWMC Environmental Services
Ethnic Cultural Center Libraries UWMC Public Safety
Facilities Services  Military Science UWPD Homeland Security
Faculty Senate  Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life UW Technology
 Global Affairs  Environmental Health & Safety  Violence Prevention & Response