Alabama A&M University Police Department

  • Agency: Alabama A&M University Police Department
  • Address: 4900 Meridian St N, Huntsville, 35811 AL
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Alabama A&M University Police Department is located at 4900 Meridian St N, Huntsville, 35811 AL. The Alabama A&M University Police Department phone number is 256.372.5555.

Alabama A&M University Police Department News

AAMU will be closed today due to weather. Please monitoring local news and weather for updates.

AAMU will remain open this evening and will reopen tomorrow Wednesday, January 29, 2014 at normal business hours. Drivers are urged to proceed with caution while operating on campus and on all area roadways. Remember black ice can form on roadways, due to melting and freezing of light snow accumulations on roads. If you have questions or need assistance please contact the Department of Public Safety at (256) 372-5555.

Due to the impending weather conditions for tomorrow, Tuesday, January 7, 2014, Alabama A&M University will delay opening until 10 am

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for our area from midnight to 9 a.m. Tuesday morning. Possible freezing rain and light snow. Drive safely and beware of slick roads. Please stay tuned to your local news stations for information on any changes in weather conditions.

Dear University Family, Today the Department of Public Safety investigated a burglary of an apartment in Normal Hills. We are seeking a black male who fled the scene and is described as: dark in complexion 19-23 years old 6'1" thin athletic build long thin straight dread locks tied in a knot on top of head maroon athletic zip up warm up jacket with A&M logo and possible hood no white stitching on seams of jacket light grey sweat pants black scarf covering lower face blue ( possibly cotton) gloves If you have any information please contact us immediately at 5555 or (256) 372-5555. You can also: Go to our website at www.aamu.edu/dps and fill out a Silent Witness Form. Tweet us @aamudps or www.twitter.com/aamudps Call or text the Hunter's Hotline at (256) 297-1707 and leave a confidential message.

Dear University Family, Today the Department of Public Safety investigated a burglary of an apartment in Normal Hills. We are seeking a black male who fled the scene and is described as: dark in complexion 19-23 years old 6'1" thin athletic build long thin straight dread locks tied in a knot on top of head maroon athletic zip up warm up jacket with A&M logo and possible hood no white stitching on seams of jacket light grey sweat pants black scarf covering lower face blue ( possibly cotton) gloves If you have any information please contact us immediately at 5555 or (256) 372-5555. You can also: Go to our website at www.aamu.edu/dps and fill out a Silent Witness Form. Tweet us @aamudps or www.twitter.com/aamudps Call or text the Hunter's Hotline at (256) 297-1707 and leave a confidential message.

Public Safety has made an arrest involving the recent thefts from purses that occurred in campus office and classroom buildings. However, we are still seeking additional information. If you have any information that may assist in this investigation, no matter how insignificant it may seem, contact us immediately. You can always report information several ways: · Call 5555 or (256) 372-5555. · Go to our website at www.aamu.edu/dps and fill out a Silent Witness Form. · Tweet us @aamudps or www.twitter.com/aamudps · Call or text the Hunter’s Hotline at (256) 297-1707 and leave a confidential message. · Message us on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/aamudps1

Be advised there have been several thefts from purses in classroom and business building offices. The suspect usually appears in an office area or classroom asking for directions, claiming to be a lost freshman or requesting help getting on a computer. He is described as a black male, 6’ tall, thin, clean shaven, short hair, possible scar over eye, wearing a pinkish or red colored hoodie/jacket. Please remain alert while moving around your workplace. Put your purse and other valuables in a safe place that is not visible to people entering the office or classroom. Report suspicious subjects or activity to Public Safety at 5555 or (256) 372-5555 immediately!