New app connects you with UNTHSC Police

The UNT Health Science Center Police Department has a new app that lets you connect instantly and anonymously with UNTHSC dispatchers and police to submit crime tips or any non-emergency related information via your smart phone.

My Police Department, or MyPD, is a free iPhone and Android app that lets you easily and quickly connect with your local law enforcement or public safety agency. The public can easily connect with UNTHSC Police and receive alert notifications regarding crime, traffic and parking.

This innovative app will keep the UNTHSC Police Department connected to all students, staff, faculty and employees in order to better serve you. Please download the app today in an effort for us to stay connected and continue to provide a safe environment for all.

Students, staff, faculty and employees are the eyes and ears of our campus, and we rely on your vigilance to help ensure the safety of all.

FAQs

Where do I find the MyPD app?
It is simple to download MyPD. Just search iOS or Android stores for MyPD, click download and choose your agency.

Is it free?
Yes the app is free. However, regular data and text-messaging rates apply.

Can I use this app in place of calling 911?
No, this app is not designed for emergency use. If you need emergency assistance, call 9-1-1 or UNTHSC police at 817-735-2600. If you need to make a non-emergency call, or submit a question or tip, then the app allows you to do so.

Can the police department contact me if I submit a tip?
Yes, but only if you send contact information to us through the app. If you want a response, you should leave an email or phone number. Otherwise the department will not know how to contact you or be able to follow up.

How can I learn more?
For more information, contact Sgt. Timothy Payovich at 817-735-2290 or timothy.payovich@unthsc.edu