Campus Police

Tony Dean

I would like to take a moment to briefly introduce the Faulkner University Department of Campus Safety and Police. Whether you are a student, a member of the faculty, staff, or a visitor, the Department of Campus Safety and Faulkner Police Department are here to provide you with a safe and secure place to work, live, and learn.

We serve the Faulkner community by providing professional law enforcement and emergency response services around the clock, every day of the year. In close cooperation with the Montgomery Department of Public Safety, our professionally trained officers are continuously available to answer calls for service and to respond to any emergency on campus.

The Department of Safety and Police is committed to providing the University with progressive, proactive, and professional law enforcement and emergency response services focusing on community oriented policing and customer service goals. The members of our Department strive to reflect the Mission of the University and the teachings of Holy Scripture in everything they do.

The safety of the campus is a top priority for the University. I report directly to the Vice-President for Student Services and have close contact with the President of the University. This exceptional working relationship allows the Department to be proactive in identifying potential issues and instituting measures aimed at keeping our community safe.

This report is intended to inform our campus community of the function of the Department, to highlight our preparations and policies in case of emergency, and to keep the community informed of what occurs on the campus.

We encourage visitors to the Department and strive to develop relationships with all our students, faculty, and staff. Please do not hesitate to contact me or any member of the Department if you have any questions. You can contact me directly at 334-386-7508 or The on-duty officer can always be contacted at 334-239-5496.

In Christ,

Tony Dean, B.S., M.A.
Director, Department of Campus Safety and Police