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

Great surprise visit today from a group of Trio Programs students!

Homecoming on the hill is always full of great food, great friends & family, and great memories!

Outstanding crowd and costumes today at the 8th annual Heroes Trunk or Treat Fest at the Medical Center! #trickortreat #happyholloween

Barnes Campbell resident Emmalee Tomlin's thoughts after performing Walk & Turn test.

Walk & Turn while under the influence

Ofc. Bushong and Ofc. Gray spent some time this week with residents of Barnes Campbell Hall teaching them about alcohol awareness.

Officer Gray spent his day teaching Mrs. Miller's Alvaton Elementary class this week at Safety City.

Don't judge our chief! These things make just anybody smile! 🤣😋

Thanks Hilltoppers for stopping by the Stay Safe WKU event. Remember to always stay alert, stay prepared, and stay safe! #GoTops Photos courtesy of Karly M. Caldwell

Chief Walker with Former UK basketball star Kenny Sky Walker!

WKU participating in Great Central U.S. Shakeout Drill on Thursday (Oct. 18) at 10:18 am CT. WKU will activate emergency communications systems, including RAVE text alert and outdoor warning speakers. @wkupd @WKU_EHS @StaySafeWKU Read more on WKU News at https://bit.ly/2yifreU

Chief Walker spending some time with Glasgow Campus students Turki Alghaithi and Abdulhadi Alsubaie as a part of their Intro to Law Enforcement class project. #makingadifference

Be sure to stop by the Centennial Mall Area this Thursday from 11am-2pm to participate in a united campus initiative designed to help teach our Hilltoppers how to stay safe! #staysafewku P.S.- You just might get to go hands on with one of our officers! Oh yea!

Chief Walker with Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear following the proclamation signing in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Thank you A.G. for your continued support in the fight to bring an end to domestic violence all across the commonwealth!

Morning selfie with Sherrie and Chief.

What's going on in Keen Hall? Oh nothing much. Just some residents playing Twister & Mario Kart with Drunk Goggles🤪

We are truly excited to welcome Melissa back to the Hill! Being a police officer has been one of her biggest dreams. Through hard work, refusing to quit, and having a phenomenal will, her dream has now come true!

More from Family Day on the Hill!

The Caito, Briz, Spies, families

Chief Walker with Wynona and Cymone; family of Jalen Dochee during family day.

Due to inclement weather, this event has been postponed. More information to come regarding the rescheduled date, time, and location. Thanks!

Come join us tomorrow, September 27th at Centennial Mall to learn how to keep yourself safe while studying at WKU! Topics to be covered: Self-care, healthy relationships, how to be an Upstander, self-defense, safe drinking, online safety, energy drink consumption with exercise, and more! Snacks, activities, and prizes will be happening as well! See you there!

Thanks Warren Co. S.O. for allowing us to put in some work at your range this week!

Chief Walker hanging out with former WKUPD Officer Jody Burton.