CU Boulder Police

Don't Ignore It

Emergency Management

Emergency Management website

CU Boulder Police is a 24/7 full-service police agency dedicated to providing community safety, protect life and property, and reduce crime and the fear of crime for the CU Boulder campus.

For confidential support, reporting concerns, and learning skills for helping others. Don't ignore mental health concerns, racism, harassment, discriminatory actions, unwanted sexual behavior, abuse in a relationship, stalking, other interpersonal violence, and abusive conduct. Part of CU Boulder Police department, the emergency management group is responsible for the mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery of natural and man-made disasters occurring on or near the campuses of CU-Boulder.

Common Emergency Definitions

CU Boulder Safety Philosophy

As part of our commitment to campus safety, CU provides comprehensive safety resources for faculty, staff, and students. We encourage you to learn about and make regular use of these resources and support a culture of personal responsibility, on campus and off, that will help us build an increasingly safe university community.

Police strive to provide timely,  accurate information during emergencies, which includes suspect descriptions. CU Boulder's Police Department is committed to ensuring that individuals' identities/protected class are not considered the basis for suspicion; only the reported behaviors are taken into consideration when investigating a case. Additionally, the observed/assumed sex assignment placed in alerts is not intended to be definitive or prescriptive. We will continue to put forth efforts to minimize and eliminate the potential harms placed on our community as a result of this action.

Safety Resources

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

CU Emergency Alerts Guides & Instructions

Health & Wellness Resources 

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