We provide a variety of services to the public, including fingerprinting, property registration, event security and safe rides. Many of these services are part of our Violence Prevention Program, a comprehensive approach to supporting the safety of our community.
- Campus Escort: Campus Escort provides on-demand rides to and from University locations during evening hours throughout the academic year. Visit the Campus Escort website for more information or to schedule a ride.
- PACKTransit: PACKLine is a shuttle service that provides access throughout campus, traveling in a continuous loop during the spring and fall semesters. Visit the PACKLine page for more information on stops and operation.
Police Services may provide court case information to parties involved in an event. A request must be filed so that the case may be reviewed and approved for dissemination. Please submit your request online using the form below or fill out a printed request and return to the front office.
University Police Services may be requested to perform security tasks for events on campus. Requests should be sent by email to Deputy Chief Josh Reynolds.
University Police Services offers fingerprinting by appointment at the main station on the University of Nevada, Reno campus and the police sub-station at TMCC. Appointments are required at the TMCC sub-station. This service is also offered to the public. To schedule an appointment for fingerprinting, please use the link below or call our front office at (775) 784-4013.
Theft is a common crime on campus. Keep a record of your valuables with identifying descriptions and serial numbers to help police if items are stolen. To help police in recovering personal property, you can register valuable items with Police Services below.
We provide advocate services to people affected by harassment, assault, stalking, and other crimes. Our goal is to give you a voice and ensure you have the resources you need.
Violence Prevention Program
To promote a violence-free campus, Police Services maintains the Violence Prevention Program. Its goal is to provide an integrated and coordinated process for identifying and responding to students, faculty, staff and other individuals who may be at risk of harming themselves or others. Police Services assesses threat reports with experts in the areas of law enforcement, mental health, student services, human resources and legal counsel to ensure an appropriate response. Other professional members may be consulted as needed.
Preventing violence and supporting the safety of the campus are responsibilities of all members of the University. Campus safety is enhanced through recognizing and identifying concerning behaviors and reporting the information in a timely manner. If you are experiencing or observing an immediate threatening or violent situation, call 911. Everyone is encouraged to report any unusual or threatening behaviors, even if the risk is not perceived as immediately dangerous or imminent.
To report concerns that may not pose immediate threats, you may contact Police Services by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (775) 784-4013. You also have other options when reporting concerns:
- You can submit a request through the Student Intervention Team, which supports students experiencing life challenges and is focused on guiding students to appropriate campus support services.
- You can submit tips by texting "UNRTIP" to 50911.
- You can contact the Reno non-emergency dispatch at (775) 334-2677 or (775) 334-COPS.
As the reporting party, you can expect that someone will contact you about your concern to see if you have any additional information. You may choose to report a tip anonymously; however, there may be fewer options for addressing the situation.
For more information about how Police Services maintains the Violence Prevention Program, contact Threat Assessment Coordinator Kelli Nidever by email at email@example.com or by phone at (775) 682-7256.
Women's self-defense classes
Police Services offers two options for women's self-defense training:
- Girls on Guard
- RAD (Rape Aggression Defense)
Classes are free and open to the public for female participants ages 14 and up. Participants under 18 must have parent or guardian permission to participate.