Stephanie Schoenborn has been named UTSA chief of police!
Read more at UTSA Today.
The UTSA Police Department provides professional law enforcement services ensuring the safety of all persons within the UTSA community, while protecting the resources of the university. We perform our duties in a fair and equitable manner, in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas and the United States Constitution.
The UTSA Police Department strives to ensure The University of Texas at San Antonio is the safest university in the State of Texas.
Chief Stephanie Schoenborn has been with the UTSA Police Department since 1993, first serving in an administrative role before becoming a police officer in 1995, graduating from the 60th UT System Basic Police Academy.
She is a proud two-time alum of the University of Texas at San Antonio, having earned both her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice and her Master's Degree in Public Administration. She is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, 238th Session. Serving as a member of the executive board for the Texas Chapter of the FBI National Academy Associates from 2012-2020 and appointed President of the board in 2019. Schoenborn also serves as chairperson for the Alamo Area Council of Governments Regional Law Enforcement Academy.
In 2016, she was promoted to Captain and assumed responsibility for the administrative operations of Public Safety, including management of the police department budget, employment, internal affairs, background checks and other critical functions. Prior to this assignment, she served in areas of the department to include Patrol Operations, Training, Quartermaster, Fleet Services, Criminal Investigations and Administrative Services. She is very proud of her service as the commander of the department Honor Guard team.
Schoenborn served as Interim Assistant Chief of Police at UT Medical Branch, Galveston for a period in 2018. She received the Distinguished Command Award from the UT System Office of the Director of Police for her service.
Schoenborn served as Interim Assistant Chief of Police at UT Medical Branch, Galveston for a period in 2018. She received the Distinguished Command Award from the UT System Office of the Director of Police for her service. In April 2021 she was named Interim Chief of Police at UT San Antonio.
Chief Schoenborn is dedicated to utilizing her years of experience with UT San Antonio PD to further develop opportunities for community involvement, improving retention and hiring of department personnel and creating specialized response units.
Read more about Chief Schoenborn at UTSA TodayFrom the Chief's Desk:
Active Shooter Survival A new training video by the UTSA Police Department
2022 Annual Complaint Summary A summary of reported complaints involving UTSAPD employees - posted 2/3/2023
2020 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report A comprehensive report detailing our efforts to ensure the safety and security of the UTSA community
Behavioral Concerns Guidance on identifying and reporting behavioral concerns
Community Emergency Response Guide A quick reference guide for handling emergencies
Driver Training and Driver's Record Request Form Information Policies and procedures on gaining clearance to operate a university vehicle
Campus Safety and Security by Topic Important information on staying safe on campus and elsewhere
How to file a compliment and/or complaint regarding a UTSAPD Employee We appreciate your feedback
PD Employment Information on job openings within the Police Department and Public Safety
LiveSafe Get the app for iOS or Android and stay connected!
Runner Beat (Department News Letter) A campus safety publication from UTSA Community Affairs
UTSA Department of Public Safety, Code of Conduct policy The written directive defining expectations of behavior for all Public Safety employees.
Statement on Racial Profiling UTSA Police Department policy on racial profiling and a processes for submitting a compliment or complaint
Hearing Impaired/TDD: 210-458-4243
Latest News updated November 11, 2022
Victim and Witness Information
2022 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (PDF)