How to report

Non-emergencies: 971-722-4902

  • Vehicle lockouts and battery jumps
  • Traffic collisions with no injury
  • Personal escorts
  • More services

Emergencies: 911 or 971-722-4444

  • Report a crime or suspicious activity
  • Traffic collisions with injury
  • Medical emergencies

Blue light phones

  • On-campus phones connect you to help quickly
  • Report emergencies, accidents, and suspicious activity
  • Blue light locations

Standard information the Communications Officer might ask:

  • The location of the incident
  • Is the crime/incident occurring now? Or when did it occur?
  • Description of involved vehicles including the make, model, year, color, and license plate number and state
  • Descriptions of any suspects including sex, race, height, weight, age, hair color, eye color, and clothing
  • Details of the incident: Any weapons? Direction of travel of fleeing suspects? Any injuries sustained?

If the incident involves a medical emergency, routine questions might include:

  • What is the current status of the patient?
  • Is the patient conscious?
  • Is the patient breathing?
  • What is the age of the patient?
  • Any medications involved?
  • Previously known medical problems or history?

The Public Safety office will respond by taking the following action(s) as necessary:

  • Dispatch an Officer(s) to the scene of the reported incident.
  • Investigate the incident.
  • Take appropriate action(s) to identify, apprehend, and seek prosecution of the person(s) responsible.
  • Notify or request the assistance of other law enforcement and/or other agencies when necessary.
  • Take action(s) and/or make appropriate notifications.