Western Kentucky University Police Department

  • Agency: Western Kentucky University Police Department
  • Address: 1906 College Heights Blvd, # 11050, Bowling Green, 42101 KY
  • Chief: Robert Deane (Chief of Police)
Phone: 270 745-2548
Fax: 270-745-5275

Western Kentucky University Police Department is located at 1906 College Heights Blvd, # 11050, Bowling Green, 42101 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert Deane. The Western Kentucky University Police Department phone number is 270 745-2548.

Western Kentucky University Police Department News

WKU Police Officers testing out the new Tablet terminals instead of the laptop terminals ! Very nice set up to allows officers more time in the field. Huge thanks to our IT group making this possible.

Took Star for a walk this morning and ran into Sergeant John Bailey from WKU Police Dept! Both Cpt. Bailey & Star - here to protect, support, and serve!🤗🌟

Officers Keen, Gray, and Bushong present a Crime Prevention Program on Alcohol and Drug Awareness to residents in Hugh Poland Hall.

For the month of November, officers who chose to donate on behalf of the United Way Campaign, have been given the opportunity to participate in NO SHAVE NOVEMBER. So be on the lookout for these bearded officers!

Selfies with Chief Walker were in full swing as representatives from law enforcement agencies throughout Warren County gather together for the Law Enforcement Network Breakfast Event.

Congratulations to Sgt. McMillin for completing the LEN Instructor Development Course!

On Sunday, November 5th from 7 AM to 1 PM, part of the Bowling Green 26.2 & Half Marathon will be occurring on campus. The westbound lane of University Blvd between Normal St and Avenue of Champions, the lane closest to campus, will be closed. Please use caution when driving on campus Sunday morning. See route map. For more detailed information on the marathon, please click HERE. Please direct any parking related questions to Parking and Transportation Services at 270-745-2361 or transportation@wku.edu

Tonight at the Men's Basketball 1st exhibition game, this 13yrs. old young lady sang the national anthem and she absolutely killed it! Such a powerful and amazing voice!!!

Enjoying the crew at the Rocky Horror picture show!!!

No ghouls or goblins in this Campus Partners meeting on Halloween; however a social buttefly was spotted!

Officer Lee out with the kids in the neighborhood.

Today at the Hilltoppers football game, we met Dennis Schultz, founder of Country Rolling Handshake Journey. Dennis is on a mission to raise money for families of Fire fighters and First Responders who were injured or killed in the line of duty. He makes it his daily mission to shake hands and give thanks to any First Responder he crosses paths with, as a sign of his genuine appreciation for those who saved his life years ago, and those who continue to serve and lay their lives on the line. It truly was an honor to shake this man's hand and wish him all the best on his journey!

Sgt. Humphries and Ofc. Gray visit with the WKU ROTC cadets; sharing weapon safety tips and the essential mechanics of the AR-15. Both were presented with the ROTC Challenge Coin as a show of the program's appreciation. Thanks ROTC for having us!!!

While walking the floors of Keen Hall, Officer Cox comes across a few young men strumming a guitar out in the hallway. Great relationships with the community are often forged by striking the right cord!

There are a ton of things we do in this profession that have nothing to do with enforcing the law, but has everything to do with law enforcement.

RAs in Bemis Lawrence Hall take some time out of their evening to teach students effective ways to manage stress, how to persevere through adversity, and how self-love and a positive self-image can be building blocks to a solid foundation......kind of like a rock!

Chief Walker, Deputy Duff, and Big Red united in purpose at the Glasgow campus.

WKUPD and BGPD Working the 10k classic

Congratulations to three new recruits for the WKU Police Department who were sworn in earlier today by President Caboni! Spencer Arroyo, Daniel Pinet, and John Wallen will be reporting for the Department of Criminal Justice Training on November 12th.