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Juneau Police Lt. David Campbell says JPD will use it when necessary but will not maintain regular hours.

The Juneau Police Department is opening a substation on the Juneau campus next to Spike’s Café between the Egan Classroom Wing and the Egan Library. At the end of June, UAS ended a contract with Goldbelt Security Services to monitor security cameras and perform rounds at student housing. Those responsibilities now go to Residence Life staff. The cost savings went toward improving security camera coverage. The agreement between the City and Borough of Juneau and UAS doesn’t require any exchange of funds. It’s a zero cost item for the city. The university is dedicating the room, parking space, phone line and furniture.

Lt. Dave Campbell chats with students and staff on the UAS campus.
Juneau Police Lieutenant David Campbell chats about the new substation with staff at Spike's Café' on the Juneau campus.


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