On behalf Virgina Union University (VUU), and of the dedicated professionals of the Virginia Union University Police Department, it is our pleasure to welcome you to the University Police home page. The Virginia Union University Police are committed to providing a safe and secure learning environment for students, faculty, employees and visitors. The safety and comfort of our students, faculty, staff and visitors are our principal priority. We are committed to developing collaborative relationships for the enhancement of our entire university community, as safety and security is everyone’s mission. Community partnering is principal to the academic success of our students.
The Virginia Union University Police Department embraces the principles of collaboration and community policing with academic, administrative and urban organizations through; (1) protection of life and property, (2) crime and fire prevention and lastly (3) parking and traffic system safety.
The Virginia Union University Police Department stands ready to serve the needs of the University community. If you need assistance, please let us know. We will do our very best to provide you with the service that you would expect from a professional law enforcement agency.University Police can be contacted at (804) 257-5777
University Police Department
1500 N. Lombardy Street
Pickford Hall, G-7
Richmond, Virginia 23220View our Timely Warning Policy
2020 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
(also known as Annual Security Report)
2019 Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program (DAPP) Virginia Union University Biennial Review Report 2010-2014 Title IX
VUU University Police Parking Policy
All faculty, staff, and students wishing to use parking facilities operated by the University or any property owned or leased by Virginia Union University, must register their vehicle with the Police Department and, while parked, properly display an authorized parking permit.
On-campus freshmen are not allowed to have vehicles on campus. Any student (undergraduate, graduate, continuing education, part-time, full-time, or adjunct) with at least 30 approved credits completed (excluding commuters) is eligible for campus parking privileges, unless privileges have been revoked.To report crimes that are occurring or any crime related concern around campus, fill out a Student Statement Form