Allegations of Misconduct
It is the policy of the University of Oklahoma HSC Police Department to investigate all complaints against this agency, or of alleged employee misconduct, to equitably determine whether the allegations are valid or invalid, and take appropriate action.
It is the mission of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the university community by providing a safe campus environment in which students, faculty, staff and visitors may work, learn and conduct research. We will provide quality police services ethically, fairly and equally in partnership with the members of our community.
The OUHSC Police Department emphasizes the values of professionalism, respect, integrity, dedication and excellence in all areas. We strive for accountability and continuous improvement in customer service. In so doing, we will adhere to the core values to guide our decisions and behavior.
Our core values are: P.R.I.D.E
We will be professional in our daily actions, behavior, continued performance and maintain high standards of training and expertise by keeping abreast of new trends, standards, and technology in the field of public safety. We will maintain a dedication to duty and to maintaining public safety.
We value the dignity of every individual and understand ethnic and cultural diversity. We will treat citizens, co-workers, other agencies and their employees, regardless of the degree of respect we receive.
We are committed to honorable and ethical behavior in our daily interaction with the department, its members, other agencies and their members, and the community we serve. We are to always maintain the public trust.
We are dedicated to delivering a high quality of service that is fair, courteous, responsive and efficient. We will be fair and impartial in the enforcement of law. We also recognize the need to involve the community as partners in creating a secure and safe environment.
We strive to maintain the highest standards of training and technology to create a safe environment for our citizens and ensure that the citizens of this community receive the best care when we are called upon to perform our duties.
Synopses of the Complaint Process
Any allegation of misconduct against an employee, whether it involves a violation of a local, state, or Federal law as codified or interpreted by courts of competent jurisdiction, or any violation of a person’s civil or constitutional rights, or any violation of the agency written policies/directives. This may include an act or omission of an act, will be investigated without prejudice. All complaints will be accepted from any source at any time by any means. We have attached a PDF link to our Complaint Form for your convenience or contact our Department at 405-271-4300 for more information.
Formal Citizen Complaint Form.pdf