Please click on Dashboards to see CUPD calls for service and police incidents. If you are interested in information regardingoff-campus incidents, the city of Boulder police department has its own

For the university’s Annual Security & Fire Safety Report, Clery Act requirements and definitions and campus security authority information, visit /clery

How do I report a crime to CUPD?

In case of an emergency, call 911 to reach CUPD to report criminal incidents or emergencies on campus and to reach fire, ambulance and rescue services.Persons who are deaf or hard of hearing should call 911 from a TTY/TDD telephone to reach CUPD. CUPD operates its own Dispatch Center 24 hours a day.

What anonymous or voluntary confidential reporting options are available?

CUPD provides information on anonymous reporting on its website, including options to share informationthrough , CU Boulder's Don't Ignore It website and Crimestoppers.

In addition, the CU Boulder Office of Victim Assistance has a that allows CU community members (students, staff, faculty, and their significant others) to confidentially report harmful and/or traumatic events they or others have experienced. This option allows you to provide information about harmful and/or traumatic events in a confidential manner that does not constitute a report to CU-Boulder or law enforcement. This information goes to the confidential Office of Victim Assistance and will not be shared except in an aggregate, non-identifiable form for the purposes of annual disclosure of crime statistics.

Where can I get information on sex offenders?

The federal Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act, enacted on October 28, 2000, requires institutions of higher education to issue a statement advising the campus community where law enforcement agency information provided by a State concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained. It also requires sex offenders already required to register in a State to provide notice, as required under State law, of each institution of higher education in that State at which the person is employed, carries on a vocation, volunteers services or is a student.

Law enforcement information concerning registered sex offenders at CU Boulder may be obtained from CUPD’s Records Section during normal business hours. The CUPD Records Section can be reached at 303-492-5115. View the . View the .

Police Data Use Statement

The University of Colorado Police Department receives criminal data from the Boulder Police Department for crime analytics reporting and to improve public safety on campus and the areas immediately surrounding campus. These data may include calls for service, criminal incident reports, arrest data, offense/incident data, police activity reports, field information reports, traffic accident data, citation data, and other data as deemed necessary in the interest of public safety. This data is secured in compliance with Criminal Justice Information Services, FERPA and other relevant federal and state privacy and security laws. Use of this data is for public and campus safety purposes and must be approved by the CU Chief of Police, the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, and the Chief People Officer. Requests for data owned by the Boulder Police Department must be submitted to the Boulder Police Department and will not be released by the CU Police Department.

How to Receive Emergency & Safety Information from CU Boulder: 鶹Ժ, Faculty, Staff

鶹Ժ, faculty and staff members with a colorado.edu email address are automatically signed up to receive alerts. Please ensure your phone number is updated in your portal to receive text alerts. You can also learn how to receive alerts in languages other than English on the

How to Receive Emergency & Safety Information from CU Boulder: Parents, Guardians, Partners

Parents and caregivers without a colorado.edu email are able to receive certain types of emergency notifications from CU Boulder. Here’s what to do:

  • (NOTE: This information is for non-students. 鶹Ժ are automatically signed up for CU Alerts using their colorado.edu email addresses, then are prompted to add their cell phone numbers .)
  • Bookmark the , which will appear with a red banner across the top during emergency situations, campus closures or other ongoing situations impacting life, safety and/or normal campus operations.
  • Follow and enable push notifications, to receive information whenever emergency notifiations are sent out. CU Boulder has three levels of emergency notifications. Read more
  • Check the CUPD websitefor campus safety tips and other helpful resources.
  • Follow
  • Sign up for the .
  • Watch a series of safety videos featuring CUPD Chief Doreen Jokerst to learn more about how and when CU Boulder sends emergency notifications, instructions students receive during emergency situations and our relationship with other local law enforcement agencies.
  • For incidents occurring off campus in the city and county of Boulder, alerts.
  • The city of Boulder police department has its own

As always, call or text 911 in an emergency. CUPD’s non-emergency line is 303-492-6666.

Other CU Boulder Services

CU Boulder offers a multitude of resources for students, faculty, and staff to ensure their success while a part of the CU Boulder community.

For up-to-date information on these programs, please visit the following websites: