University Police, faculty, and staff are specially trained to respond to on-campus emergencies—from crimes to weather events. There are specific guidelines and procedures in place to respond quickly to emergencies and events that may compromise the safety of the campus.
Our officers patrol the campus around the clock. Bicycle, foot, and vehicle patrols enable officers to monitor and maintain security on campus, and promote contact between the campus community and university police officers.
University Police work with other area law enforcement agencies on mutual concerns and investigations. The College Community Relations Advisory Council reviews issues with community representatives. Local numbers that may be helpful include:
Buffalo Police: 911
D District Station: (716) 851-4413
Fire Prevention: (716) 851-5707
Mayor’s Call and Resolution Line: (716) 851-4890
Crisis Services (24-hrs.): (716) 834-3131
Council member Joseph Golombek (North District): (716) 851-5116
We strive to prevent crime through community policing and problem-solving practices, educational programs, and crime prevention programs such as safe escort services, rape aggression defense (RAD) training, and transportation services.
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