Outreach and Safety Programs

Emory Police Department is committed to serve, protect, and lead by example.

We offer classes and other programming to engage the Emory community and create a safe and inclusive campus for all.


Self Defense

EPD offers a free two-hour basic self-defense class, typically to groups of ten or more, for Emory students, staff, and faculty that covers risk-avoidance techniques and basic self-defense skills.

Register to Host a Class

Civilian Response to an Active Shooter

This free 60-minute session teaches the "Run. Hide. Fight." model to students, staff, and faculty of the Emory community.

Register to Host a Training Session

Coffee with a Cop

Let's come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues and build relationships.

Register to host a session

Puppies and Police

De-stress and undergo special “dog-therapy,” while building relationships with the Emory Police. Follow @EmoryPolice on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for dates and locations.

Community Relations and Personal Safety Presentations

EPD can provide many different programs to address concerns of the Emory community, promoting a safe and inclusive campus for all.

Frequently requested topics:

  • Identity Theft
  • Crisis Response
  • Workplace Safety
  • Monthly Safety Table Tops
  • DUI /Alcohol/Drug Abuse enforcement education
  • Personal Safety

If you have a specific need, we can tailor a program for your audience.

For more info, email us at police@emory.edu today.