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Wake Forest Chief of Police Regina Lawson poses for a portrait on Hearn Plaza on Wednesday, March 23, 2016.

Wake Forest Chief of Police Regina Lawson poses for a portrait on Hearn Plaza on Wednesday, March 23, 2016.

The Wake Forest University Police Department is committed to providing a safe and secure educational and working environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors. Through progressive training and ethical conduct, our department provides and maintains the delivery of quality services. We are committed to excellence and diversity. Our organizational values are reflected in our mission statement and are carried out by all members of our department.

The involvement of the community is critical to the success of our efforts. We constantly seek input and would like to know and understand how we can better serve you as a member of our community.

I challenge each member of our community to always practice good personal safety habits, discourage careless practices and behavior, and promptly report any suspicious activity. Prevention is the key to reducing crime in any community including Wake Forest.

To help you learn more about our programs, services and the operation of University Police, please browse through our web site.

Sincerely,

Regina Lawson

The Wake Forest police department senior leadership team has a candid discussion about campus issues on the main quad on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. The team includes Chief Regina Lawson, August Vernon, Derri Stormer, Joe Dixon, and Ken Overholt.

The Wake Forest police department senior leadership team has a candid discussion about campus issues on the main quad on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. The team includes Chief Regina Lawson, August Vernon, Derri Stormer, Joe Dixon, and Ken Overholt.