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HELP IDENTIFY THEFT SUSPECT

The UCA Police Department is seeking the assistance of the campus community in identifying the suspect in a theft that occurred in College Square on September 15th.

Images of the suspect are below. If you have any information about this crime or can identify the person in the images please contact the UCA Police Department at (501) 450-3111. If you would like to submit an anonymous tip you may do so by calling the Crime Tips Hotline at (501) 450-5696 or send an email to crimetips@uca.edu.

Thank you for your continued support in our efforts to maintain the safety and security of our campus community.

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2016-2017 Parking Permits

All 2015-2016 UCA parking permits expire August 15, 2016.

STUDENTS

Student/Resident Parking Permits for 2016/2017 will be available as of July 11, 2016. Permits can be picked up anytime at the UCA Police Department. No payment for the permit is necessary at the time of pickup; the cost of the permit is included in student fees.

FACULTY/STAFF

Faculty and staff are asked to browse to https://www.ucapd.net/permit and follow the instructions to print your parking permit application form. Once you have printed your application form, please mail or bring the form, and payment, to the UCA Police Department. Benefits eligible employees who elect the payroll deduction option MUST sign and date their form.

Please do not send cash.

Have a great academic year!

HELP IDENTIFY THEFT SUSPECT

The UCA Police Department is seeking the assistance of the campus community in identifying the suspect in a theft that occurred in Torreyson Library on April 8th.

Images of the suspect are below. If you have any information about this crime or can identify the person in the images please contact the UCA Police Department at (501) 450-3111. If you would like to submit an anonymous tip you may do so by calling the Crime Tips Hotline at (501) 450-5696 or send an email to crimetips@uca.edu.

Thank you for your continued support in our efforts to maintain the safety and security of our campus community.

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HELP IDENTIFY THEFT SUSPECT

The UCA Police Department is seeking the assistance of the campus community in identifying the suspect in a theft that occurred in Lewis Science Center on February 4th.

Images of the suspect are below. If you have any information about this crime or can identify the person in the images please contact the UCA Police Department at (501) 450-3111. If you would like to submit an anonymous tip you may do so by calling the Crime Tips Hotline at (501) 450-5696 or send an email to crimetips@uca.edu.

Thank you for your continued support in our efforts to maintain the safety and security of our campus community.

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HELP IDENTIFY THEFT SUSPECTS

The UCA Police Department is seeking the assistance of the campus community in identifying the suspects in a theft that occurred in Christian Cafeteria on January 10th.

Images of the suspects are below. If you have any information about this crime or can identify the persons in the images please contact the UCA Police Department at (501) 450-3111. If you would like to submit an anonymous tip you may do so by calling the Crime Tips Hotline at (501) 450-5696 or send an email to crimetips@uca.edu.

Thank you for your continued support in our efforts to maintain the safety and security of our campus community.

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Theft Suspect Arrested

Original Post: https://uca.edu/police/index.php/help-identify-theft-suspect-2/

On Wednesday, November 4, 2015 at approximately 2:16 PM the suspect pictured below was apprehended after he was spotted on the UCA campus by a student. The suspect is identified as Yahya Baraak Mumin, age 45, of Conway. Mumin, who is not a student or otherwise affiliated with UCA, was charged with theft of property (class C felony) and fraudulent use of a credit card (class A misdemeanor) and transported to the Faulkner County Detention Center.

We appreciate the support of our campus community and want to thank those who were able to provide assistance in investigation of this case.

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HELP IDENTIFY THEFT SUSPECT

UPDATED: Nov 4, 2015, 3:55 PM – Suspect arrested. Click here for more information.

The UCA Police Department is seeking the assistance of the campus community in identifying a suspect in the theft of a credit card that occurred outside Torreyson Library.

Images of the suspect are below. If you have any information about this crime or can identify the person in the images please contact the UCA Police Department at (501) 450-3111. If you would like to submit an anonymous tip you may do so by calling the Crime Tips Hotline at (501) 450-5696 or send an email to crimetips@uca.edu.

Thank you for your continued support in our efforts to maintain the safety and security of our campus community.

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Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over 2015

UCA Police Department Will Be Out in Full Force to Catch Drunk Drivers

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As summer winds down, University of Central Arkansas Police Department is ramping up its enforcement efforts as part of a national crackdown on drunk driving. The 20-day, high-visibility campaign, Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over, is a partnership with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to curb impaired driving and save lives. August 21-September 7 (Labor Day), law enforcement partners nationwide will show zero tolerance for drunk driving. Increased state and national messaging about the dangers of driving drunk, coupled with checkpoints and increased officers on the road, aim to drastically reduce the toll of drunk driving.

And what a toll it is. In 2013, there were 10,076 people killed in drunk–driving crashes, almost a third of all traffic fatalities. Thirty-eight percent of crash fatalities on Labor Day weekend that year involved drunk drivers (with blood alcohol concentrations [BACs] of .08 or higher), amounting to 161 lives lost. And we’re not just talking about a little bit of alcohol, either. More than a quarter (27%) of the crash fatalities that occurred on Labor Day weekend involved drivers with BACs of .15 or higher—almost twice the illegal per se limit.
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Credit card theft suspect arrested

Original Post: https://uca.edu/police/index.php/help-identify-theft-suspect/

Thank you to the members of the UCA community who were able to provide assistance in the identification of the suspect in the credit card theft that occurred Tuesday morning. UCA PD detectives were able to establish the identity of the suspect early in the investigation, and, today, traveled to Pine Bluff and took the suspect, student Jaymes Ferrell, into custody. Ferrell has been charged with two counts of theft of property, a class D felony, and has been transported to the Faulkner County Detention Center.

We appreciate the support of our campus community and want to thank you all for doing your part in helping keep the UCA community safe.