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Administrative Information

Staff


 Chief Anthony Berryhill
Anthony Berryhill
Police Chief
901.448.5705
aberryh2@uthsc.edu

Arley Clete Knight
Arley (Clete) Knight
Deputy Chief
901.448.5705
aknigh22@uthsc.edu
Bruce Holden 
Bruce Holden
Police Lieutenant/
Field Commander
901.448.1830
bholden@uthsc.edu

William Gray
William Gray
Detective

Joanne Morrow
Joanne Morrow
Accreditation Coordinator
Robert Harris
Robert Harris
Training Coordinator
Rachel McCrary
Rachal McCray
Police Communication Supervisor

 

Administrative Staff

Yvonne Thomas-Harris - 901.448-5679
Katrina Virgis - 901.448-4448

Dispatch 

901.448.4444

Terri Burton
Kevin Cox
Michelle Hines
Rachal McCray - Police Communication Supervisor
Cassandra McKenzie

Investigations


The University of Tennessee Police Department currently has two Detectives assigned to the Investigative Section. Detectives are responsible for; investigation of criminal offenses that occur on campus, interviewing involved parties, (i.e. victims, suspects and witnesses), procurement and service of warrants, conducting background investigations on new Police Department employees and Internal Affairs investigations, just to name a few. The Investigative Section is also responsible for evidence control for the entire department and for coordination of the Lost and Found items. 

 

 

Lost and Found


 Lost and found items are turned into the UTPD from various locations around campus. These items are stored for 30 days then disposed. To find out if your lost item has been turned into the UTPD.

 

 

Fingerprinting


 UTPD Investigation is available to fingerprint members of the university community (UT students, staff, and faculty) for various reasons (i.e. board applications. We DO NOT fingerprint individuals for security clearances or for immigration and naturalization purposes (only by SCSD). Please call 901-448-5679 between the hours of 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday - Friday to schedule an appointment. There is a $15.00 charge for 1 card and $20.00 for two cards. A photo ID is required, and individuals must provide their own fingerprint cards.

 

 

Homeland Security Postings


 
  1. Campus Administration has issued a warning that all campus staff, faculty and students wear their University ID at all times while on campus.
  2. Department has developed a liaison with the TN State Department of Homeland Security.
  3. Increased Patrols of sensitive areas.
  4. The Campus Disaster Manual was reviewed and updated by key University staff.
  5. Updated and Ordered Supplies and Equipment to deal with a Campus Disaster.

Last Published: Aug 6, 2019