The Adopt-A-Cop program is one of our most popular and longstanding programs. It was originally developed as a means to establish a rapport between the University Police Department and the student population. Generally, Adopt-A-Cop officers engage in such activities as giving various presentations to the students and educating them on important issues. Officers coordinate these programs with the Crime Prevention Supervisor.

Adopt-A-Cop presentations cover a range of topics including personal safety, missing person protocol, physical security, and fire safety. Each semester, JSU Housing personnel may request topics that they feel are important to their residence Hall. It is the responsibility of the Crime Prevention Supervisor and officers assigned to their residence Hall to design and make a presentation covering the requested topics. This involvement acts as a visible role model and establishes a rapport with the students.

Crow Hall Sergeant Jerry Perkins
Officer Stephen Curvin
Curtiss Hall Sergeant Eugenia Jubenville
Daugette Hall Officer Nick Harbison
Dixon Hall Officer Stephen Curvin
Fitzpatrick Hall Officer Betsy Lopez
Logan Hall Sergeant Eugenia Jubenville
Campus Apartments Officer Michael DeVoe
Leadership House SSO Michelle Page
Patterson Hall Sergeant Brian Gay
International House Officer David Becker
Sparkman Hall Officer Patrick Gibat
Fraternity Row Sergeant Matt Langley
Meehan Hall

Officer Donyale Richard
Deputy Chief Brian Mann

Goodlett &
Mountain Street Homes

Officer Donyale Richard
Officer Michael DeVoe

The Pointe

Officer Patrick Gibat
Officer Nick Harbison

General questions concerning the Adopt-A-Cop program can be directed to Captain Brandon Singleton at (256) 782-5299.