Brigham Young University. Traffic Division (1992-1997)

The BYU University Police Traffic Division was accountable for parking control. It was created in 1992 from the Traffic/Security Division and it was succeeded in 1997 by the Traffic and Parking Division. The administrator of the division was the Police Chief Robert Kelshaw (1992-1997).

Variant names

Brigham Young University. Traffic Office

Brigham Young University. University Police. Traffic Division


Established: 1992

Abolished: 1997

Location: Provo, Utah (1992-1997)


The Brigham Young University Police Traffic Division enforced parking rules and regulations, including vehicle registration, and oversaw the parking appeal process.

Assets and Administrative Structure

The BYU University Police Traffic Division was a subdivision of the BYU University Police. Traffic rules and regulations were primarily enforced by non-certified officers, although state-certified officers could also enforce them. The administrator of the University Police Traffic Division was the Chief of Police.

Associated Units

Superior unit: Brigham Young University. University Police (1992-1997)

Earlier unit: Brigham Young University. Traffic/Security Division (1990)

Later unit: Brigham Young University. Parking and Traffic Division (1997)

Associated Archival Materials

Creator of: Records, 1976-1995 (UA 1175)

Subject of: Traffic Office Lore, 1995 (FA 1 2320)


Brigham Young University catalog 1991-1992: p. 296 (University Police Traffic/Security Division)

Brigham Young University catalog 1992-1993: p. 294 (University Police Traffic Division; Traffic Office; Robert W. Kelshaw)

Brigham Young University telephone directory 1996-1997: p. 67 (Traffic/Parking Division)

Brigham Young University catalog 1997-1998: p. 423 (University Police Parking and Traffic Division)

Maintenance Information

Record ID: EAC-2010-00011

Creator: UPB