Administration and Finance Focus

April 2009
April 2011
Employee Spotlight – Joe Mendez

Student Spotlight – Ed Hoff

Events Calendar



UH Fresh Food Company Selected as National Training Site

FSAC Selects Residential Student Representatives

UH Dining Calendar for April 2011

HUB Statistics

Office Supply Vendor

Revised Cost Center Verification Procedures

Toner Scam Alert

Worklist Update

AT&T Offers UH Employees Savings on Wireless

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RecycleMania Olympics a Hit with UH Students

“Mr. Roboto” Wins Art of Recycling Contest

C.L.A.S.P. Hosts First Community Garden

Office of General Counsel in the Practice of Going Green

Lights out for a Cause: Hilton College Participates in Earth Hour

UH Freshman Wins SWACURH First Year Experience Award

Campus Housing Fair Held

Parking and Transportation
PTS Prepares for Construction of Third

Student Calls ERP His Parking Lot of Choice

Policies and Procedures
As the UH Policies and Procedures World Turns…

Public Safety
Pies for Babies

Girl Scout Troop Visits the UHDPS

Shots Fired and Flashpoint Instructional Videos Bring Awareness to the Campus Community

Students Win $100 Gift Card for Participation in the Have An Exit Strategy Surveys

UHDPS Offers Rape Aggression Defense


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Shots Fired and Flashpoint Instructional Videos
Bring Awareness to the Campus Community

The University of Houston Department of Public Safety’s Crime Prevention office has important information that needs to be shared with the campus community. The UHDPS Crime Prevention Unit is available for presentations on Active Shooter situations and other topics.

While we don’t anticipate an event such as this to occur on our campus, it is always important to be prepared. The University of Houston Department of Public Safety offers this training program designed to empower our community with knowledge and strategies for preventing and surviving an active shooter situation. “Shots Fired – When Lightning Strikes” provides the individual student, staff member and/or associate with critical guidance on how to recognize and survive an active shooter situation. The videos help individuals identify the signs and then act.

UHDPS can present the Shots Fired video to your group upon request, as well as the Flashpoint video dealing with recognizing and preventing violence in the workplace. You may contact UHDPS Crime Prevention at 713-743-0417 or