The Campus Security Advisory Committee was established in 1991 as required by RCW 28B.10.569 as a task force to examine annually campus security and safety issues. The task force also is responsible for reviewing the annual crime statistics report that is distributed to incoming, current and potential students, faculty and staff to ensure accuracy and effectiveness of the report, and to make any suggestions for improvement. Early task force members included University of Washington administration, faculty, staff, recognized student organizations and the police department.
The UW Campus Security Advisory Committee currently holds bi-monthly meetings. The Committee reviews current crime trends, current issues, new policies and procedures, as well as past events and potential problems or debates.
The current Campus Security Advisory Committee has representatives from the following departments and UW campuses:
|Bothell Campus Security||Harborview Medical Center||Student Life|
|Capital Projects||Health Sciences||Tacoma Campus Security|
|Custodial Services||Health Sciences News & Information||UWPD Crime Prevention|
|Environmental Health & Safety||Housing and Food Services||UWMC Enviromental Services|
|Emergency Management||Human Resources||UWPD Homeland Security|
|Facilities Services||Internal Audit||UWMC Public Safety|
The Chief of Police chairs the Committee. Beginning February of each year, the Committee meets every other month, on the first Tuesday of the month at 9:30 a.m. at the UW Police Department, Room 111.