Middle Tennessee State University Police Lt. Demetrius Smith recently leveled up his leadership skills by completing the rigorous and nationally recognized Northwestern University School of Police Staff and..
For MTSU Police Department Chief Ed Kaup, searching for and procuring grants is an important part of the department’s work. “With grant funding, we are able to develop..
Middle Tennessee State University is evolving its relationship with Metro Nashville Police Department by committing to assist more officers in graduating with bachelor’s degrees. Last fall, MTSU announced a..
MTSU’s Student Health, Wellness and Recreation Center admitted fitness and sport enthusiasts of a furrier, four-legged variety to campus earlier this month when the university hosted the National..
With several new officers on the force and a few years since the last training opportunity, MTSU’s Police Department is offering three bike certification courses this..
After a period of reduced interest in prospective officers joining law enforcement ranks, the MTSU Police Department has attracted and brought on nine new officers over..
Public servants and others can get a financial boost when enrolling in one of Middle Tennessee State University’s newest programs this fall. Announced this spring,..
Line-of-duty motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of injury, disability and fatality for police officers, which is why MTSU Police take annual Emergency Vehicle Operations Course..
MTSU associate criminal justice administration professor Ben Stickle took six-years’ worth of policing experience from patrol to the classroom when he changed careers to become..
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