Police

Services

Locked Keys in Car

Taylorsville Redwood and South City
24 hour dispatch: 801-887-3800
Secretary: 801-957-4270

*All other campuses see "Contact Us" for police department information.

What dispatch needs to know:

  • Campus
  • Parking lot letter or number
  • Type and color of a vehicle
  • Your name
  • Cell phone if available

Lost and Found

Items which are lost or found may be turned in at the Key Office in GFSB 105, 801-957-4270, the Markosian Library, the Courtesy desk in the Student Center, the recreation check-in desk in the Lifetime Activities Center and at South City Campus in the mail room, N121, 801-957-3301.  Items collected at these locations will be held for 72 hours. Thereafter they will be sent to the Office of the Surplus Manager, 957-4553.  Unclaimed items left over 90 days are donated to charity.

Parking Lot Escort

A parking lot escort service is available through Student Services at the Taylorsville Redwood and South City Campuses.

  • Taylorsville Redwood Campus 801-957-4092 or 801-957-4532 from 5:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.*
  • South City Campus escorts 801-957-3407 until 10:00 p.m.*

*Parking lot escort services ends at 5:00 p.m. on Fridays at both campuses. It is advisable that you use the buddy system and walk with a friend after dark.

Reporting a Crime

We encourage the prompt and accurate reporting of crimes to law enforcement.  Crimes in progress and other emergencies (medical or other) on campus should be called in on 911.

EMERGENCY NUMBER                    911

Non-Emergency Numbers by Campuses        

If you have a life-threatening medical emergency, call 911 immediately to get aid. Police officers will be notified and will respond.  You may dial 911 from any campus office phone or 911 directly from any pay phone on campus, with no charge.

If you observe something suspicious or out of the ordinary, call the Police.  Report all thefts and property losses to police immediately; leave the scene untouched so the police can gather evidence.  Be alert for suspicious persons in and around campus buildings and in parking lots.  Is someone carrying valuable property out of buildings?  Are they going from room to room trying doorknobs?  Are they looking in cars as they walk through parking lots?   Make notes regarding a description of the suspicious person and try to obtain a vehicle license number. 

Do not pursue these individuals, call the Police!