The Wake Forest University Police Department (WFUPD) seeks to develop a positive and lasting relationship with the University community. All members of the department strive to provide competent and courteous services that are critical to the achievement of the Department’s overall mission for a safe, secure, and enjoyable community in which to live and work.
Victim Support – The University Police Department’s Victim Support Program was established to provide services to anyone who may become a victim of crime while on the campus. The Victim Support Program maintains close working relationships with other local and state victim service providers, and is a member of the North Carolina Victim Assistance Network. All services are free and confidential.
Resource Officers – Wake Forest University Police has assigned police officers as resource officers to individual residence halls and academic buildings to serve as liaison officers to students, faculty and staff in those buildings.
Finger Printing – Finger printing is conducted by WFUPD by appointment only.
Fatal Vision – Demonstrate various levels of impairments and the dangers of impaired driving.
Security – Security officers are located in Worrell, Farrell Hall, ZSR Library and the Sutton Center.
Lost & Found – We make every effort to identify and contact the owner of all property that has been turned in to us.