Reporting Threats and Concerning Behaviors

Emergencies:  9-1-1

If you are experiencing or observing an immediate threatening or violent situation, call 9-1-1.

Everyone is encouraged to report any unusual or threatening behaviors, even if the risk is not perceived as immediately dangerous or imminent.  To report other concerns that may not pose immediate threats, call, e-mail, or text the University Police Services: 

Threat Assessment Coordinator - Kelli Nidever (775) 682-7256.
Email: knidever@unr.edu
Non-emergency dispatch (775-334-COPS (2677))
Police Services Duty Phone (775-745-6195). 24-hour
Main Office (775-784-4013)
E-mail: unrpd@police.unr.edu   You can also text UNRTIP (and then your message)  to 50911.
Police Services webpage: http://www.unr.edu/police - Report a Crime
Complete a Student Intervention Team form located on the following webpage:  http://www.unr.edu/intervention
Use the UNR Safe Pack App available for download at  http://www.unr.edu/police/safety-and-training.  Some of the available options are to e-mail a tip, call campus police, call 911, or text 911.  

You may choose to report a tip anonymously; however, if the reporting person does not identify him/herself,  there may be fewer options for addressing the situation.

As the reporting party, you can expect that someone will contact you about your concern to see if you have any additional information. 
 
Working with the Campus Community to Prevent Violence
A Violence-Free Campus depends on you, the University of Nevada, Reno community, to notice and refer potentially worrisome behaviors or situations before they result in harm.  A person who receives help sooner, rather than later, may be less likely to experience more severe symptoms or cause harm to self or others.