The Huntington University Police Department, in partnership with the Huntington University family, strives to protect the lives and property of all faculty, staff, students, alumni, and visitors. We will work closely with Huntington University Administration and law enforcement agencies to ensure Huntington University is a safe, God-honoring, academic environment. We believe excellence in policing is achieved through positive community partnerships, proactive emergency preparation, and impartial service provided to all.
In case of a non-emergency, call (260) 224-1412 and a trained law enforcement officer will assist you. Non-emergency situations include things like:
- Requesting an escort from your car to your dorm
- Locking yourself out of your dorm
If there is no answer, please contact (260) 359-4035.
To update your information, follow the instructions on the HU Portal. If you have a medical emergency, call 911. If you are in need of non-emergency medical assistance, there are resources available.
Please review Huntington University's active shooter protocol, Run-Hide-Fight.
Trained police officers are on staff to patrol the campus and are charged with the enforcement of federal, state, and local laws, as well as HU policies and regulations. The police officers have the authority to make arrests and work closely with the Huntington City Police Department.
The HUPD office is located in the basement of Wright Hall (campus map) with access to the office via the Wright/Hardy lobby or the mall.
Huntington University Police Report
If you have witnessed or been the victim of a crime, fill out the Huntington University Police Report form or contact the HUPD at (260) 224-1412.Submit Form
Statistical information regarding campus crime as per the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 is available in the Campus Crime Brochure. Also available is the Huntington University Crime Log.
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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Huntington Police Chief Ray Cornwell will retire next month after 25 years of public service for the city.
Mayor Steve Williams announced Tuesday that Cornwell’s final day will be July 2. An interim police chief has not been named.
“Chief Cornwell led the Police Department through the COVID-19 pandemic, and he was the architect of HPD’s adjustment to the new 12-hour work shifts, which allowed the Police Department to increase the number of officers patrolling our neighborhoods,” Williams said. “Furthermore, property crimes have fallen 8 percent and violent crimes have decreased 5.6 percent under his watch.”
“His breadth of experience and leadership will be missed. I congratulate him for his 25 years of service to our community and wish him well in his retirement,” the mayor added.
Cornwell was hired as a probationary police officer in June 1996. The Huntington City Council approved his appointment as police chief in April 2020 after serving as interim police chief following Hank Dial becoming the Huntington city manager.
“It has been a privilege to serve the citizens of Huntington alongside the men and women of the Huntington Police Department for the past 25 years, and I was honored that Mayor Williams and City Council gave me the opportunity to lead the department,” Cornwell said. “Any success I have achieved in my career is owed to the efforts of all of our officers.”
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - The Huntington Police Department and FBI are seeking information regarding an armed bank robbery that happened last week in Huntington.
According to Huntington Police, two men in masks and armed with guns entered the Star USA Federal Credit Union along 3rd Avenue at 3:51 p.m. Friday, October 8.
The men demanded money from the bank teller and got away with an undisclosed amount of money after showing their weapons to several people inside the bank, officials say.
A short time after the robbery, a Huntington Police patrol officer observed a man in the vicinity of the credit union who ran when the patrol officer approached him.
After short chase, the man was arrested with the assistance of other patrol officers and K-9 units.
Deandre’ Lemont Noble, 26, of Elyria, Ohio, was charged as being a fugitive from justice for a parole violation in Ohio.
He also was charged with fleeing, obstructing an officer and being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm.
Evidence that was obtained during his arrest is still being reviewed to determine whether he was involved in the robbery.
Anyone with information regarding the robbery is encouraged to call the Huntington Police Department Criminal Investigations Bureau at 304-696-4420 or the local FBI office at 304-525-4741. Individuals also can call the HPD anonymous tip line at 304-696-4444.
Keep checking the WSAZ app for the latest information.
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6542 Miles Avenue
Huntington Park, CA 90255
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24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Responsibilities and Divisions
The Huntington Park Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency serving a population of over 60,000 residents. The Huntington Park Police Department is composed of 108 full-time employees which includes 56 sworn personnel and 52 civilian employees. The Department also has 25 part-time employees. The Huntington Park Police Department is made up of various divisions and works with the community in addressing crime and quality of life issues.
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Local Law Enforcement by County
Cabell Co. Non-Emergency 304-526-8585
Huntington Police Dept. Investigations Unit 304-696-4420
Cabell Co. Sheriff’s Department
Huntington Office 304-526-8663
Ona Field Office 304-743-1594
Barboursville Police Dept. 304 736-5203
Milton Police Dept. 304 743-9211
Marshall University Police Dept. 304-696-4357
WV State Police - Cabell County 304-528-5555
Wayne Co. Non-Emergency 304-272-6333
Wayne Co. Sheriff’s Dept. 304-272-6378
Ceredo Police Dept. 304-453-1411
Kenova Police Dept. 304-453-5555
Wayne Town Police Dept. 304-272-3221
Fort Gay Police Dept. 304-648-5246
WV State Police - Wayne Co. 304-272-5131
Lincoln Co. Non-Emergency 304-824-3443
Lincoln Co. Sheriff’s Dept. Courthouse 304-824-7999, ext. 269
West Hamlin Police Dept. 304-824-3055
Hamlin Police Dept. 304-824-5500
WV State Police - Lincoln Co. 304-824-3101
Mason Co. Non-Emergency 304-675-9911
Mason Co. Sheriffs Dept. 304-675-3838
Point Pleasant Police Dept. 304-675-1104
New Haven Police Dept. 304-882-3203
Mason Police Dept. 304-773-5201
WV State Police - Mason Co. 304-675-0850
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Man Shot And Killed By Huntington Police Saturday As Nearby Crowds Watched U.S. Open Of Surfing
HUNTINGTON BEACH (CBSLA) – The Huntington Beach Police Department confirmed an officer involved shooting Saturday at Huntington City Beach that claimed the life an adult Hispanic man.
The shooting occurred at the Central Hub in Huntington Beach, Main Street at Pacific Coast Highway at approximately 3:15 p.m, as the U.S. Open of Surfing was underway nearby.READ MORE: LAUSD: 97% Of Administrators, Teachers Have Received At Least 1 Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine
Officers had received reports of a suspicious man with a gun, according to a HBPD press release. When they made contact with the suspect and given multiple commands , they say he was non-compliant and an officer involved shooting then occurred.
The shooting happened amid a crowded beach where people were biking and walking by, and the U.S. Open of Surfing was being held not far away.
“We were about to head to surfing tents. That’s when we heard, like, three gunshots, but we thought it was firecrackers and people turned around and half the people thought it was a show for some reason,” June H., who was nearby during the incident, said.
“We didn’t realize what they were doing because it sound like cap guns. Like, it didn’t have the sound you would think from a bullet,” said David Fray, a witness.READ MORE: Motorist Arrested After Brief Chase with LAPD
Nearby diners, like Brittany Turner, also watched and heard events unfold.
“Obviously, heard the shots and everyone dropped to the ground,” Turner said. “Some people were running. Everyone was looking around, like, what’s going on, was it fireworks, was it a gunshots? Like, no one really knew. Then there was people on the ground, which made more people drop to the ground. So, it’s kind of an intense situation.”
Various life saving measures were provided and the suspect was transported to a nearby hospital where he later died. His identity is unknown at this time.
Investigators comb through the scene of the Huntington Beach officer involved shooting. (credit: CBS)
Authorities also confirmed that a gun was recovered at the scene hours later, as the Orange County Sheriff’s Department took over the investigation, which is the norm in officer involved shootings.MORE NEWS: LAX, Mayor Garcetti Announce Opening Of $294 Million Economy Parking Structure
HBPD has closed off City Beach south of the pier and north of Marine Safety Headquarters.
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Total Line of Duty Deaths: 9
- Gunfire 7
- Struck by train 2
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