Media Release/Bulletin
Thursday, January 12, 2017

Tucson, Ariz. –The University of Arizona Police Department (UAPD) now lists all individuals that have been excluded from The University of Arizona property. The University of Arizona adopted the exclusionary order policy on June 15, 2006 to temporarily restrict people who have committed crimes or engaged in disruptive actions from specific areas or the entire campus.   


Illegal or disruptive behavior are actions by an individual that threaten or cause offenses against persons or property, disruption of University processes or programs, violation of a previous order given by a University official or falsification or misrepresentation of self or other information to a University office or official.


Exclusionary orders are issued for a minimum time of six months and may be extended up to a year.  They can be requested by the university president, a dean, director, department head, or any other official designated as the person in charge of a specific area/building, facility, activity, or event. The order will be initiated by a UAPD officer upon request from any of the individuals listed above, or upon witnessing illegal or disruptive behavior, or to maintain campus security.


The purpose of posting the names and photos of the individuals is to aid the UA community in knowing who is currently excluded, and from what areas of the UA campus.  If a member of the community sees an individual with an active exclusionary order, please report it UAPD at (520) 621-8273. 


The active list of excluded persons can be accessed at: 

An individual who is issued an exclusionary order may request a review of the order within five days of service. The review will be conducted by the Vice President for Business Affairs and Human Resources, or designee.  The review will occur within thirty (30) University business days following the initial request.   

For more information on the University of Arizona exclusionary order policy please refer to:



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