The University Police Department is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including all holidays. However, some services are available only during normal business hours. Call us anytime you are unsure.
Yes. Elevators on the Anschutz Medical Campus are equipped with emergency phones. There are also "red phones" located in most building hallways; dial 9-1-1 on these phones to connect with University Police. On the Anschutz Medical Campus, "Blue light" poles are located throughout the campus in parking and pedestrian traffic areas. There are also push button/direct connection phones near most card reader building entrances.
The neighborhoods are not particularly "bad." Any neighborhood can be, however, if you become the victim of a crime. Your chances of being a victim of a violent felony crime increase as you leave the campus properties. For your safety, we recommend that you take advantage of the “SafeRide Shuttle Service” during the hours of darkness. Take reasonable precautions to stay safe as you leave the campus. For specific statistics regarding crime in the neighborhoods surrounding the Anschutz Medical Campus, contact the Aurora Police Department at 303-739-6295.
Yes. The University Police Department offers classes to groups upon request. We also schedule physical self-defense classes for women and for men, separately, throughout the year. Here is a list of our 2016 RAD class dates and times. 2017 RAD Dates.pdf
No. For information on security services at University of Colorado Hospital (UCH), contact Allied-Barton Security at 720-848-7777. In an emergency at UCH buildings, dial 9-1-1, from a UCH phone. This call will be routed to Allied-Barton Security, who will in turn call the Aurora Police as necessary. For information on security services at Children's Hospital Colorado (CHC) contact Hospital Shared Services Security at 720-777-6301. In an emergency at Children's Hospital Colorado dial 9-1-1 from a CHC phone. This call will be routed to Hospital Shared Services Security, who will in turn call the Aurora Police as necessary.
We provide nonemergency services, such as crime prevention and “cold” reports (occurrences which do not pose an immediate threat to property or safety). For emergencies, dial 9-1-1; this will connect you with the Denver Police Department. They will respond as necessary.
There are times, due to weather or other circumstances, that may require the campuses to be closed. You can find out about closures by calling 1-877-INFO-070 or visit www.ucdenver.edu/alert.
Crime alerts and other information important to our campus community’s safety are disseminated as needed through RAVE. As a University Student, Faculty or Staff member, you are automatically signed up to received RAVE alerts to your CU-issued email address. You can add your cellphone number and personal email address for additional notification methods by updating your contact information through the appropriate portal (HERE).