27 July 2020
Would you like to donate to the Clemson Police K-9 Program? Here's how....
8 July 2020
Clemson Police Defensive Tactics and De-escalation Training Presentation
13 August 2018
Beginning with the first home CU football game verses Furman, College Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic between Keith St. and Hwy. 93 on Friday nights during the time of 9:00pm to 3:00am. Over the past years the Clemson downtown area has become increasingly more populated with both pedestrian and vehicular traffic on Friday nights prior to the Saturday home game. In an effort to promote better pedestrian safety this change is a must. THE CITY ORDINANCE OF NO OPEN CONTAINERS IS STILL IN PLACE. This change is ONLY to promote pedestrian safety. CAT buses will reroute their pick up and drop off during the time frame to take place at College Ave. and Hwy. 93. At 2:00am CAT buses will then be placed in front of both Tiger Town Tavern and The Study Hall to load for passengers leaving the downtown area.
22 March 2018
The host of a party that gets out of control can now be held responsible. There is a level of responsibility that goes along with hosting a party; especially when alcoholic beverages are going to allowed. The objective of the ordinance is to ensure party hosts take that responsibility seriously....
4 January 2018
Clemson City Police Department announces new permanent Prescription Drug Take Back Box Location
Clemson, SC —South Carolina is experiencing an evolving opioid crisis that is effecting everyone. In South Carolina, opioid-related deaths increased 21 percent from 2014 to 2016. Over the past three years, opioid-related deaths have outpaced homicides and drunken driving deaths by nearly double.