Reporting Crimes or Ambiguous Incidents
Facilities Management depends on the public to inform them of needed repairs and areas for improvement, and the police must be made aware of criminal activity, or there is no way for them to adjust operations to meet demands. Reporting is vital to public safety efforts.
To Report a Crime in Progress or Suspicious Activity to the Police (Emergency)
Please call 9-1-1
To Report a Crime or Incident to the Police (Non-Emergency)
CU Police Phone: 303-492-6666
Boulder Police Phone: 303-441-3333
Report an off-campus crime online
Contacting the police may begin a criminal investigation, but generally does not unless you choose to do so or if you are under the age of 18.
Reporting crimes can be difficult, but just knowing that the incident occurred can aid the police in developing preventive strategies. The CU-Boulder Office of Victim Assistance, MESA, and the Boulder County Safehouse can also facilitate official reporting through law enforcement if desired, as well as answer any questions or concerns you might have about reporting options.
Anonymous online reporting is available on the CU-Boulder Police Department Website.
Information about reporting options for victims is provided by the Office of Victim Assistance.
Rape Crisis Team/MESA (Moving to End Sexual Assault)*
24 Hour Hotline: 303-443-7300
Office Phone: 303-443-0400
Address: 2885 E. Aurora Ave Suite 10 Boulder, CO 80303
Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Non-Violence (SPAN)*
24 Hour Hotline: 303-444-2424
Office Phone: 303-449-8623
Address: 835 North Street, Boulder CO, 80304