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Ceaser Moore Jr, Chief of Police, UHPDThe University of Houston Police Department (UHPD) strives to enable students, faculty, staff and visitors to be safe while pursuing their on-campus endeavors. Every UHPD employee uses three principles to help ensure that the UH campus is a protected, user-friendly venue: 

  • Promote and preserve a safe campus environment
  • Identify and implement efficiencies
  • Provide great customer service

These principles, in practice, help to make the UH campus a great place to study, work, or visit. 

Be smart. Be safe.

– Ceaser Moore, Jr., Chief of Police


  • Coffee With a Cop

    Coffee With a Cop

    UHPD loves to talk to our community about their concerns, and there is no better way that chatting over a cup of coffee and a cookie! Come by if you are in the area to grab a cup and say "Hi" to our team, we're out once a month. Can't wait to meet you!
  • UH Bike Registration

    UH Bike Registration

    Students, faculty and staff who have a bicycle on campus are required to register it. Registration takes only minutes to complete and is free. A registration sticker will be provided and should be placed on the bicycle.

    If the bicycle is ever lost or stolen, the University will have the serial number and other identifying information. If the bicycle is recovered, this information makes it much easier to return the bicycle to its rightful owner. Log in to your myParking account through AccessUH to register.
  • Catalytic converter

    Catalytic converter thefts are up nationwide; UHPD has some prevention tips

    Over the last several years, the theft of catalytic converters from under vehicles has been climbing nationwide. The University of Houston is not immune to this, so UHPD has worked with our local law enforcement partners to produce a video with some tips to help keep your vehicle safe.  

    From engraving or painting your catalytic converter to aftermarket solutions, there are several ways you can reduce the chance that your vehicle is targeted. You can find these and other tips here