Chief of Police
Crime is everyone’s problem.
We as a community should work together with our Campus Police and local law enforcement agencies to eliminate crime and make our campus a safe and secure living and learning environment.
The Wilberforce University Division of Police is a full-service police and security agency that takes a proactive approach to progressive campus community policing. The Police Department is located on the ground floor of the Wolfe Building and works diligently to develop partnerships with the Wilberforce campus community, Greene County Sheriff’s Office, Central State University Police, Xenia Division of Police, and other local law enforcement and emergency service providers.
By working together, we can keep the Wilberforce community a safe place to live and learn.
We ask for the assistance and cooperation of every member of our community to do their part in maintaining a safe and secure Wilberforce Community.
We look forward to getting to know each of you.
If you need us, please call 1-937-708-5780 or 911 if an emergency. We also welcome visits to our office.
Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Prevention Program (UPON REQUEST)
The Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Prevention program is a joint effort of the Division of Student Engagement, Enrollment, and Success, and the Police Department.
The program’s primary purposes are to raise awareness and provide support, resources, and education to the university community pertaining to sexual offense, domestic violence, and stalking and or dating violence. The program provides educational programming and highlights the role that everyone can take in creating a violence-free university community. Contact Coordinator for Community Standards/Title IX coordinator Kelly Brown or Wilberforce Police Department for scheduling.
Escorts to On Campus Locations (UPON REQUEST)
The department provides safety companions 24 hours a day to any member of the campus community to any destination on campus. There is no charge for this service. To arrange for someone to escort you, please contact Wilberforce Police Department at 937-708-5780.
Speaker’s Bureau (UPON REQUEST)
Officers are available to speak on a variety of subjects including department services, theft prevention, preventing domestic violence, preventing sexual assault/dating violence, stalking, identity theft, active shooter options, and self-defense. Special topic requests are welcome. Contact the Wilberforce University Police Department for details 937-708-5780
- 2020 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
- Arrest Ledger January 2009 to Present
- Daily Crimes Logs January 2009 to May 2016
- Daily Crimes Logs June – November 2016
- Lost & Found
- Annual Security and Fire Safety Report 2019
- Letter to the University Community
- Daily Crime Log 2017
- Daily Crime Log 2018
- Daily Crime Log 2019
Wilberforce’s commitment to being the safest, most secure campus community within the region is in compliance with the Federal Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 and subsequent amendments. This was renamed the Jeanne Clery Act in 1998.
The Campus Police Department can detect, investigate and make arrests. However, prevention is the best method to suppress crime. Please do your part to prevent crime by securing your property and immediately reporting suspicious and unlawful behavior. Your efforts in conjunction with ours are essential. will help us all.