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Answer: Yes. Please remove your current resident decal and bring it to the Department of University Police between normal business hours. The Administrative Secretary at the department will exchange it for a commuter decal. If you change to a different car, remove the decal and place it in your new car, then come by the Police Department with your MANE Card and tag receipt for your new car, and we can update your registration information.
Answer: No. Due to liability reasons and the complex airbag systems utilized in modern automobiles, University Police Officers DO NOT open cars. Please contact either a bonded locksmith or a wrecker service to retrieve your keys. However, we will jump start a dead battery.
Answer: Immediately notify the University Police and report the offense. An officer will arrive, investigate the crime, and make a complete report of the incident. If a serial number is available, the item will be entered into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) database as being stolen.
Answer: Immediately notify the University Police and report the accident. If possible do not move the vehicles. An officer will arrive, and make a complete accident report. All parties involved can usually pick up a copy of the accident report after 3 working days.
Answer: We are located in the basement of Keller Hall, directly across from Bibb Graves Administration Center. There is a globe light with "POLICE" printed on it near our entrance door.
Answer: Fines may be paid in person at the University Police Department in the basement of Keller Hall.
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