University Police Services is committed to serving the public and building relationships that promote trust and foster collaboration.
Proudly serving the University of Nevada, Reno, Truckee Meadows Community College and Desert Research Institute
- Emergency Alerts
- Emergency? Call 911
- Non-Emergency Call: (775) 334-COPS (334-2677)
Registered students, faculty and staff members will receive emergency information by text or email through Emergency Alerts. Emergency information will also be posted to our Facebook and Twitter sites. We strive to maintain our campuses as safe places to live, study and work by embracing the "Community Oriented Policing" philosophy, which includes open and honest communication between Police Services and the population we serve. At University Police Services, we hold ourselves accountable at all times to each other, our superiors and our community.
Additional resources to report concerns about specific individuals or incidents that appear dangerous or threatening:
- Risk Assessment: Kelli Nidever email@example.com 775-784-4013
- Student Intervention Team: Request Form
- Office of Student Conduct: Conflict Resolution
All incident reports are taken seriously and investigated by the appropriate authorities. Please contact Police Services if you have questions. 775-784-4013 firstname.lastname@example.org
To report incidents related to bias/hate, please file a Bias Incident Report with the Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX.
Department Information and Personnel
To file an anonymous report leave out your personal contact information or call Secret Witness at (775) 322-4900.
University Police provides data reporting, safety training, and performs security tasks for events on campus among other roles.
Safety and Training
As a service to our campus community, Police Services offers a range of courses such as alcohol programs, rape defense and personal safety.
Threat Assessment & Management
The University Police Services is committed to promoting a violence-free campus. We need your help! Learn how to recognize concerning behaviors and how to report your observations so together we can prevent violence. Learn more about our Threat Assessment Process by clicking the link below.