Annual Statistics

Annual Statistics


UIPD officers and Public Safety staff are required to complete training in many categories — and mental health awareness, implicit bias, cultural competency and other topics are among them.

University Police officers alone completed nearly 12,355 hours of training in 259 separate topics during the last school year — an average of about 193 hours of training per officer in a single year. Many of those are state- or department-mandated. Others are to enhance an officer’s expertise in a particular subject in order to provide specialized skills and resources for our community.

Non-sworn Public Safety employees — including security officers, Student Patrol, telecommunicators, emergency management staff, Clery compliance, business office staff and others — were busy training as well. Non-sworn staff completed 685 hours of training in 99 separate topics.

Listed below is all the training and employee development completed between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022. Each row represents an individual who attended a class or took a course.

Police officers

Non-sworn Public Safety staff