University of Alberta Protective Services

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University of Alberta Protective Services
UAPS.jpg
Logo of the University of Alberta Protective Services.
Motto Quaecumque Vera
Agency overview
Formed 1993[1]
Legal personality Non government: University of Alberta
Jurisdictional structure
General nature
Operational structure
Sworn members 28[1]
Agency executive Bill Mowbray, Director
Website
Official website

University of Alberta Protective Services (formerly known as Campus Security Services[2]) is the campus police force for the University of Alberta. As a level 1 community peace officer agency under the Alberta Peace Officer Act, Protective Services officer are sworn in as Peace Officers and are authorized to enforce Traffic Safety Act, Gaming and Liquor Act and execute Criminal Code of Canada warrants.[3]

According to section 7(1)(a) of the Alberta Peace Officer Act, officers only have the powers and protection of a peace officer while carrying out duties related to the University of Alberta. They carry batons and pepper sprays but are not allowed for carry firearm.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b UAPS 2009 Annual Report
  2. ^ Name Change Notice
  3. ^ POLICY AND PROCEDURES MANUAL