Meet the Officers
Chief Ray Ottman- Ray and his wife Amy live in Fort Smith with their two sons Sean and Noah. Ray has been Chief at UAFS since June of 2015. Ray’s interests include baseball, Native American history and artifacts and visiting over any number of topics.
Lt. Tiffany Johnson- Tiffany and her husband Trevor live in Fort Smith with their amazing son Trenton. Tiffany is an alum of UAFS and has been with UAFS Police since 2011 and serves as the department Investigator. Tiffany’s favorite hobby is eating and if you don’t have a large bowl of Pho, than you better be bringing her some Reese’s candy to get on her good side.
Lt. Susan Webster- Susan has been with UAFS Police since 2001 and can tell you many stories about the West Ark days and her front seat view as we transitioned into the University of Arkansas Fort Smith. Susan enjoys cooking and cleaning (yes, cleaning), reading a good book and going to Fayetteville to call the hogs football team out to a victory. Susan enjoys meeting and getting to know people and always has time to visit. Susan enjoys time away from work with her family and every chance she can to find a beach.
Sergeant Meghan Janci- Meghan has been with UAFS Police since June of 2011. Meghan lives in Greenwood and enjoys spending time with her three children: Taylor, Trent and Tristin as well as time on a motorcycle, boat or 4 wheeler. Meghan has an extensive background working as an investigator for different departments with a focus on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. Meghan also has a tendency to find stray pets on campus, if you see her on campus please introduce yourself as she always enjoys meeting students and visitors.
Officer Kris Moore - I was born in Fairbanks, AK, I like to hunt, fish, go to sporting events and anything else out doors. I am a graduate of the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith with my Bachelors Degree in Organizational Leadership. I am happy to be serving the students, faculty, and staff here at the University.
Dispatcher Mona Tedford- Mona was born and raised in Franklin County Arkansas. Mona spent most of her time outdoors with an appreciation for traveling and art. After traveling through Europe and living in Germany she returned to Arkansas to raise a family on a farm. Mona has two children and four grandchildren. Mona has been with University Police since 2010 and always enjoys people dropping in to ask anything.