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The Trinity University Police Department is committed to creating a safe community in which to work, learn and live. Our state certified police officers, security officers and communications officers are here to assist you at Trinity. The University Police Department addresses all security concerns in a proactive and progressive manner ensuring our students, faculty and staff are provided with the best possible service. We provide 24 hour police service and emergency response by vehicle, bicycle and foot patrol. I encourage students to utilize our safety escort program known as "Tiger Tracks" during evening hours.
Working together as a community, we will continue to be safe and secure at Trinity.
Paul J. Chapa
Chief of Police
Paul.Chapa [at] trinity.edu (Paul J. Chapa)
pperez1 [at] trinity.edu (Pete Perez Jr.)
jrowse [at] trinity.edu (Lieutenant John Rowse)
jsantell [at] trinity.edu (Lieutenant John Santellan)
lhernan4 [at] trinity.edu (Cpl. Laura Hernandez)
The department staffs a full-time telecommunications supervisor tasked with coordinating shift schedules, training and supervising our State Certified (24 hour) telecommunications operators.
tlummus [at] trinity.edu (Sgt. Tony Lummus)
The department staffs a full-time investigator tasked with developing investigative leads on all criminal incidents, conducts background investigations, crime preventions initiatives, sexual assault investigations, property & evidence technician and files criminal cases with the District Attorney's office.
Sgt. Clint Ratliff
Training Coordinator & Special Events
The department staffs a full-time Police Training Sergeant tasked with coordinating training for all department personnel. The Training Sergeant also coordinates security coverage for all special events on Trinity University.
Sgt. Clint Ratliff
C.A.R.T. Leader/Community Awareness Liaison
Crime Prevention E-Mail: CP [at] trinity.edu
The department offers several programs in Crime Prevention and community awareness with the goal of increasing personal and community safety. The Community Awareness Resource Team members develop initiatives towards educating our community efforts to target and address criminal activity, and ensure the safety and security for the University.
Parking Services operates Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Short term visitor parking is provided in several parking lots around campus. This office is located in Student Financial Services at Northrup 108.
The mission of the Trinity University Police Department is to work with the highest integrity in partnership with our campus community to enhance quality of life by providing exemplary police service for all in a proactive, progressive, and professional manner.