Southern's University Police department have a longstanding tradition of providing quality services to the Southern community. The safety and security of the students, faculty and staff is of paramount importance in every aspect of our duties. The department is committed to the fundamental principles of community policing, such as crime prevention, omnipresence, and partnerships, to name a few.
911 - Emergency Calls
In the event of any medical emergencies on campus, you should dial "911" and clearly state your emergency to the dispatcher. Do not hang up the phone until the dispatcher has taken all of the required information. The University Police, in conjunction with the New Haven/Hamden fire/rescue, will respond to the emergency.
Reporting a Crime or Incident
Individuals can report a medical or fire emergency by dialing 911. All other types of emergencies, hazardous conditions, or everyday incidents may be reported to University Police by dialing 888 from any in-house telephone or by calling extension 203-392-5375.
Blue-light emergency telephones are strategically located outside and may be activated by simply pushing the red button. The dispatcher will take the necessary information and quickly dispatch a police officer or other emergency services personnel to your exact location.
This program is designed so that students, faculty and staff can report suspicious activity and crimes via the Internet while remaining anonymous. If you have witnessed a crime, or if you know of a crime that was committed or will be committed, simply fill out and submit the form. Learn about Silent Witness.
Citizen Police Academy
Come and learn the duties and responsibilities of law enforcement officers. Learn more.
Feb 26 - April 15, 2020
Wednesdays, 4 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.