Receive a Copy of an Incident Report
- Come into the University Police Department.
- Fill out the online complaint form.
- Fill out an Incident Report Request, which may be obtained at the front desk.
- It will take seven to 10 working days for the request to be filled.
- Should the request be available sooner, the University Police will contact you by phone to advise you that your request is ready.
Campus Watch On-Campus Escort Service
University Police offers an on-campus escort service 24 hours a day for your safety. Simply call the University Police Department, state your name, location, and destination, and, as long as your route is on university property, an officer or a student campus watch assistant will accompany you.
If you have received a Southern parking ticket, you may submit a Parking Appeal Form.
Visitor Parking Request
Civilian Complaint Report
If you wish to make a complaint alleging misconduct by a University Police officer, please complete the online or downloadable PDF forms. The Southern Police complaint and investigation policy is available for your review.
This form is not intended for anyone wishing to file a police report or for reporting a crime.
Commend an Officer
The University Police looks forward to hearing from those we serve about the performance of services provided by all of our dedicated employees. If you feel the circumstances warrant, please provide the information requested below. Thank you for taking the time to make positive comments about the service you received or observed.
The University Police intern program assists both students in and out of this university setting in meeting their requirements. The program is similar to what a new recruit out of the Police Academy learns. Interns set their schedule with the program administrator and report to whatever shift their schedule permits. All students are asked to attempt to work at least parts of all three shifts while participating. Interns are assigned by that particular shift supervisor and will ride with a variety of officers while in the program.
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Law Enforcement and Resident Network (L.E.A.R.N.) Program
The Southern Connecticut State University Law Enforcement and Resident Network program is an extension of the University Police community policing philosophy. The program establishes positive working partnerships, in relation to safety education, crime prevention and proactive responses, improving the quality of our campus experience.
The University Police has embarked on a project that embraces both a community policing and neighborhood watch model.
Rape Aggression Defense System
The Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) System is a program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques for women. The R.A.D. System is a comprehensive, women-only course that begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and risk avoidance, while progressing on to the basics of hands-on defense training. R.A.D. is not a Martial Arts program. Our courses are taught by nationally certified R.A.D. Instructors and provide each student with a workbook/reference manual.