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University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Behind the Badge: Lt. Johnny Smith talks trust

NOTE: This is the fifth in a series profiling officers with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Department of Public Safety.

Shortly after the UALR Department of Public Safety reintroduced bicycle patrols in the 2013 fall semester, Lt. Johnny Smith, along with his bike, became a visible presence on and around campus. Read more »

Behind the Badge: Officer Justin Davison

NOTE: This is the fourth in a series profiling officers with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Office of Public Safety.

When Officer Justin Davison completes his Dec. 13 training at Camp Robinson, he will be the first university police officer in the state to serve as a member of the Honor Guard for the Arkansas Association of Chiefs of Police. Read more »

Behind the Badge: Detective Tonya Soule

BehindTheBadgeArt_smallNOTE: This is the third in a series profiling officers with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Office of Public Safety.

As chief investigator for UALR’s Department of Public Safety, Det. Tonya Soule’s many duties include being in charge of the property room and evidence room, as well as scouring police reports to resolve them in a timely manner. Read more »

Behind the Badge: Officer Jennifer Sibley

NOTE: This is the second in a series profiling officers with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Department of Public Safety. Read more »

Behind the Badge: Detective Sharon Houlette

NOTE: This is the second in a series profiling officers with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Department of Public Safety.

It might seem inevitable that a trained law enforcement officer would have spent time playing cops and robbers as a child, but for Detective Sharon Houlette of UALR’s Department of Public Safety, law enforcement was the furthest thing from her mind when she first came to campus. Read more »