Brian Uridge

Senior Director Department of Public Safety and Security University of Michigan

Brian Uridge has more than three decades of experience in law enforcement, healthcare security, and fire service. Since 2018, he has served as deputy director of public safety and security for the University of Michigan and director of security for Michigan Medicine at the University of Michigan. In this capacity, Brian Uridge oversees security and law enforcement personnel for a health system with 34,000 employees. that is visited by three million patients per year. A certified police officer for the university, he manages a full-time team, including clinical trainers, a K-9 team, security staff, and a community policing unit.

During his first few years with the University of Michigan, Mr. Uridge helped create the health system’s first K-9 program and developed a home health tactical safety training procedure. Before that, he spent three years as director of security services for Spectrum Health System in Grand Rapids.

Masters, Public Administration 1990 - 1994
Bachelor, Criminal Justice 1986 - 1990
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Recent Posts


Healthcare Needs a GUT Check...Literally!

Brian Uridge - April 15, 2024

As healthcare continues to evolve, the focus on gastrointestinal (GI) health has become more pronounced. With an aging population and modern dietary habits contributing to a rise in GI disorders, healthcare requires a gut check, literally.

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When Law Enforcement Provides Victim Support, That’s Where the Healing Starts

Brian Uridge - September 22, 2023

It may seem like a small gesture, but when law enforcement provides victim support, it can help reduce trauma and the overall impact of a crime. An exceptional experience can go a long way in the healing process.

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