The Duke University Police Department is committed to unbiased, equitable treatment of all persons in enforcing the law and providing police, security and community services.
All persons having contact with members of the department shall be treated in a nonpartisan, fair, equitable, and objective manner, in accordance with law, and without consideration of their race, national origin, citizenship, religion, ethnicity, age, gender, gender identity, color, creed, sexual orientation, disability, or individual characteristics or distinctions.
Although every member of the department has a role in building and maintaining positive relationships, the Police Department has designated members of the department with specific responsibility for focusing on marginalized communities.
These individuals are:
Captain Rekayi Isley
Professional Standards and Internal Affairs
Rekayi Isley has over 20 years of law enforcement experience, is an experienced investigator, and manages the department’s professional standards and internal investigations.
Assistant Chief of Police
Sara-Jane Raines is a member of the department's executive leadership team, an alumna of Duke University, and has received specialized law enforcement training in hate crimes.
Both Duke Police staff members are available to answer your questions, take a police report, or to speak to groups. Please feel free to contact them with any questions regarding the department, or your experience at Duke.