Public Safety

Public Safety

The Department of Public Safety at the University of Cincinnati is committed to providing a safe campus environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors.

The men and women of UC's Public Safety Department work hand-in-hand with members of the Cincinnati Police Department and other community partners to prevent crime and provide vital safety services and resources. We believe that working as a team is critical to preserving the safety of our campus and community.

Although safety is a shared responsibility, living in a vibrant urban city also requires personal accountability. The Department of Public Safety offers the Bearcat Guardian mobile app to enhance communication between UC Police and the campus community, in addition to free day and evening transportation, safety notifications and fire prevention and safety tips.

Important Numbers

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Emergency:
911

Non-Emergency:
513-556-1111
513-558-1111

Keys, Badges, and Lost and Found:
513-556-4925

Off-Campus Housing Fire Inspection:
513-357-7585

News

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Get ready in case it snows

January 23, 2023

Learn how the university communicates when inclement weather threatens and what you can do to prepare.

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UC police officer searching for kidney donor

October 10, 2022

UCPD Officer Darryn Chenault has been unable to work due to chronic kidney disease. Now Officer Chenault’s donor champions are helping search for a living kidney donor to help him continue living a long, active life.

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