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Anonymous Reporting


There are times when reporting criminal or unethical behavior is difficult—because of fear of retaliation, uncertainty about the violation or concern over perceptions of others.  To allay those concerns, the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus offers several routes for anonymous or confidential reporting.

This is not for reporting of imminent or life threatening emergencies. Call 9-1-1 for immediate assistance.

Use CU Ethics Link to report ethics violations, violations of university policy or Colorado law.

You do not need to know the exact policy or law—if you suspect something is wrong, you may report it.  This site does not require your name or other identifying information.  It does not track the identity of the computer you use.  Use “CU” as the organization name.  You may also call 1-800-677-5590.

University Police Comment Line

To anonymously report criminal or unethical behavior directly to the University Police Department, call the University Police Comment Line at 303-724-0800. If you wish to block the number you are calling from, dial *67 before making your call.

Voice messages left at this number are checked several times a week by the Chief of Police or his/her designee.  Concerns are then routed to the responsible parties. 

Comments can also be e-mailed to

For information on how to file a police report, visit our Report a Crime page.

Campus Assessment, Response and Evaluation (C.A.R.E.) Team (formerly B.E.T.A.) 

The Campus Assessment, Response & Evaluation (C.A.R.E.) Team actively addresses the health and safety needs of students as well as the campus community. The purpose of the team is to assess whether individuals pose a risk to themselves or others and to intervene when necessary, and more generally, to identify and provide assistance to those in need. The team takes a preventative approach to risk assessment by offering resources, referrals, and support to both the concerning individual and those impacted by their behavior. The Team consists of representatives from Student Affairs (Dean of Students Office), Community Standards and Wellness (Student Conduct) and law enforcement. Additional offices serve in a consultation capacity, University Counsel, Counseling Center and Student Mental Health Services. Finally, Veteran Student Services and Disability Resources and Services serve as ad hoc consultants as needed.  To alert us about a student of concern, please go to\CARE or contact C.A.R.E. by calling 303-352-3579.


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