Love is Love Celebration
Please join us for a celebration of loving relationships here in North Carolina and on our campus!
The Love is Love Celebration will commemorate the overturning of Amendment One, and will also honor and celebrate all loving relationships, and their importance to our individual and collective well-being. The event will be held on Wednesday, October 29 from 2:30-4:30pm in the Green Room, with snacks, a photo booth, and an opportunity to write and decorate cards for the people you love.
Sponsored by Adam and Diana Goldstein, Diversity Education, Film Studies, Human Resources, Kaleidoscope,Kriss Dinkins and Stephen Dragisic, LGBTQ Center, Learning Assistance Center, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Office of Personal and Career Development, Office of Student Engagement, Office of the Chaplain, Office of the Dean of the College, Office of the Dean of Students, Office of the Provost, President’s Office, Pro Humanitate Institute, Safe Office, School of Divinity, Theater and Dance, Thrive, University Counseling Center, University Police, Women’s Center, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
In the spring of 2014, the Wake Forest community expressed concerns about the perception of racial bias. Wake Forest enlisted the assistance of Developmental Associates, a leading public safety, government and education consulting firm based in North Carolina. Taking the lead in an independent and objective review of those concerns were investigators Willie Williams and Thomas Moss. Following their thorough investigation, Williams and Moss prepared a report intended to serve our entire community and our united efforts to move forward toward an inclusive environment for all.
The following link leads to a summary of the report, which includes relevant data recommendations that are leading to numerous action steps. Some steps have already been taken, and more are beginning promptly.
In brief, a new online tool to report incidents of bias is being launched immediately, all police personnel received additional training, and new opportunities for students to meet directly with police officers commence this semester. Details on many more action steps are outlined in the report. Click Here for Report
University Police 2014 Ipad Giveaway
On August 21, 2014 University Police held a drawing for an iPad mini at the information tent on Move In Day for liking the WFUPD Facebook page. The iPad mini was presented to the freshmen winner Cheyenne Dolbear at the Staying Safe @ Wake program.
WFU Police Department receives award
June 6th, 2014
The Wake Forest University Police Department has, once again, met the requirements for Accreditation by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA). The Accreditation is awarded by the Board of Directors and IACLEA Accreditation Commission for a period of four years to those agencies demonstrating a commitment to the highest professional practices in campus public safety management, administration, operations and support services.
Chief Regina Lawson will be on hand at the awards presentation during the Opening General Session of the IACLEA Annual Conference in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, held June 20-24.