Public Safety

Midnight minder

Police Sgt. Stefan Kempf honored as Officer of the Year because of his efforts to build relationships during the overnight hours

Wright State’s Department of Public Safety recognized the 2022 Officer of the Year and presented the Distinguished Service Award at its annual award ceremony. Continue reading

Eggcellent service

Wright State’s Department of Public Safety hopes an annual egg hunt will make an impact on young lives

Mini U preschool students hunt for Easter eggs provided by Wright State’s Department of Public Safety. Continue reading

Deep-fried conversation

Wright State students and employees were able to chat with police officers and dispatchers while grabbing a delicious treat during Donuts with DPS. Continue reading

Common ground

Dozens of engaged Wright State University students, faculty and staff attended the first Know Your Rights event in the Millett Hall Atrium. Continue reading

Cops stock campus pantry just in time for holidays

For the fourth consecutive year, the Wright State University Police Department participated in No-Shave November in a fundraising effort that benefited the Raider Food Pantry. Continue reading

Candy capers

Wright State’s Department of Public Safety hosted the first Trunk or Treat event near the Campus Services building. Continue reading

Joy rides

Wright State police officers visited with dozens of children as part of Children’s Campus Week at Mini University. Continue reading

Respond and protect

Wright State hosts area police departments for active shooter training

The Wright State Police Department joined dozens of officers from Greene and Montgomery counties in an active threat training exercise at Wright State’s Calamityville. Continue reading

Wright State honors Department of Public Safety staff including 2021 Officer of the Year

The Wright State Department of Public Safety honored several staff members for their hard work and dedication over the past year. Continue reading

Cozy kids

Wright State police officers donated dozens of hats, scarfs and mittens to help children at Mini University stay warm this winter. Continue reading