Suspicious Violent or Criminal Behavior

Call 911

It is everyone’s responsibility to assist in providing a safe environment by reporting suspicious, violent or criminal behavior to University Police at 911.

If you are a victim, observe a criminal act or observe a suspicious person on campus, immediately notify University Police at 911, include the following when possible:

  • Your name.
  • Nature of the incident.
  • Location, date and time of incident.
  • Description of person(s) involved.
  • Description of property involved.
  • Assist the officers when they arrive. Provide additional information upon request.
What to do if you are a victim of a property crime:
  • Go to a safe place and notify University Police.
  • Do not touch anything.
  • Meet with the officer at the location the officer requests.
  • Follow officer’s instructions.
What to do if you are a victim of a violent/personal crime:
  • Be observant.
  • Your safety is the most important thing to keep in mind during any attack.
  • Get to a safe place.
  • Notify University Police at 911, attempt to provide the following:
  • Type of incident.
  • Location of incident.
  • Whether you or anyone else needs medical assistance.
  • Description of person(s) involved.
  • Meet with the officer. Follow the officer's instructions.

If you experience or know of a sexual assault, you have another resource available.  The Sexual Assault Response Team has 24 hour advocates available by telephone:  (262) 472-1060.