We offer educational programs for the University community to reduce the likelihood of crime on and off campus.
If you are interested in having a representative from University Police speak to your group, contact Daniel McAleer, Deputy Chief of Police at 847-491-3256 with your request. These are just some of the programs University Police offers to the Northwestern community. Other programs can be developed that match your needs.
- Bicycle Safety and Security
This program is designed to teach proper and safe bicycle riding and bicycle security measures. A member of the University Police Bike Patrol conducts the program.
- New Employee Orientation
University Police personnel participate in Human Resources-sponsored orientations for new employees. The orientation provides an overview of University Police services, programs and crime prevention strategies.
- New Student Orientation
New Student Orientation introduces University Police services and programs and provides relevant crime prevention and safety information. The program is tailored to issues affecting student safety and security. Attendance is mandatory for all first year students.
- Office Safety and Security
Officers will provide safety and security tips for your office or personal workspace and, if requested, conduct surveys of department space and recommend security improvements.
- Personal Safety
University Police personnel will review the various aspects of personal safety and awareness. Participants will be provided with educational materials on personal safety principles.
- Residence Hall Safety
Safety and security tips for residence hall life. Available to all students living in University housing.
- Theft Prevention
This program provides information on how you can protect your personal and University-owned property by reducing the risk of theft.