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Reporting can be confidential, or it can be reported in a way that will initiate an investigation and follow-up. Find out more about your options.
Learn about confidential resources available to the CU Boulder community, including counseling and advocacy support for students, faculty and staff.
Dedicated to providing the highest quality police services in order to enhance community safety, protect life and property, and reduce crime and the fear of crime.
There are options for confidential support, reporting concerns, and gaining skills to help as friends and bystanders. Learn about what to report and how to get support and help.
FREE night-time transportation for CU students, faculty and staff within Boulder city limits. We’re here to help get you where you want to go safely and efficiently.
Investigates and educates about discrimination and harassment. Report sexual misconduct or protected class discrimination.
Provides confidential and free support, consultation, advocacy and counseling to those impacted by traumatic and disruptive life events.
Help a distressed student or a student whose behavior concerns you by contacting the Students of Concern Team. If you think something is wrong, let us know - we can help.
Register your party, get a warning from dispatch and avoid a ticket. Learn more about Boulder city ordinances, including noise and keg policies.