There are several options for you to choose from to report an incident at CU Boulder.

Call 9-1-1

This is the fastest way to reach us and is preferred in an emergecny. If you call from a cell phone, you will reach the Boulder Police Department dispatch center first. Simply tell them that you are on the CU Boulder campus and they will automatically forward your call to CUPD dispatch. If you call from a landline on campus, you will be connected directly to CUPD dispatch.

Text to 9-1-1

Anywhere in Boulder County, you can text to 9-1-1. The preferred and faster method is to call. But, if you are unable to call due to cell service or if talking may put you in danger, text. if you are in remote areas of the county where cell coverage is spotty, a text can often be sent when a call can not be made.

File a report online

Online reporting is preferred to report non-emergent crimes that occurred on campus and there are no known suspects. You can find more information and the link to the form here.

Make an anonymous report

CU Boulder Police is connected to the Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers for anonymous reporting. They offer online, phone, and text reporting options while keeping your anonymity.

Report a close call

As a pedestrian, have you been involved in a close call with a bicyclist, a skateboarder, or a vehicle? The city of Boulder has a Close Call form to collect information to find trouble spots, both here on campus as well as in the city. Your close call could be in the street (crosswalk) or on a sidewalk.

Citizen Communication Form

Do you want us to know about a positive interaction that you had with one of our employees? Did something happen that you feel we should know about? The Citizen Communication Form provides you with the opportunity to provide positive or negative feedback for any of our employees.