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On behalf of the men and women of the University Park Police Department, I want to welcome you to our website. This site is one of the many ways we strive to assure that we are effectively communicating with the citizens we serve. To help make this effort a success, we will work to make this site as useful and as interactive as possible.
The University Park Police Department continues to work toward meeting the public safety needs of our community. Much has been made of the "new" community policing philosophy in recent years, but the fact is, historically the UPPD has always practiced community policing as evidenced by tremendous resident support.
We hope you take the time to look over our website and get to know more about your Police Department. We have a great staff of sworn and civilian employees who are always happy to answer any questions you may have concerning public safety.
Thank you for helping us make University Park a safe community, and a great place to live and work.
Police Chief Greg Spradlin
The form at the bottom of this page is one way the public can provide the University Park Police Department with feedback on employee conduct and service. The Department will review and follow up on each citizen complaint or inquiry in a timely manner. I am dedicated to ensuring that each member of my Department acts professionally and responsibly. Thank you for your input.
Chief of Police
Professional Standards Investigations - Annual Comparison Summary
The members of the University Park Police Department want you to know that any law enforcement action initiated by the police department must be based on an individual’s behavior or information identifying an individual as having engaged in criminal activity. Our officers are strictly prohibited from initiating any action against any person based on their race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, economic status, age, cultural group, national origin, or any other identifiable group.
If you believe a University Park Police Officer has engaged in racial or bias based profiling with respect to your rights, you may file a complaint with the Office of the Chief. Your complaint will be fairly and thoroughly investigated and you will be notified of the findings and any action taken.
Forma en Espanol
Please print form and mail directly to:
Greg Spradlin, Chief of Police
University Park Police Department
3800 University Blvd.
University Park, TX 75205