University Police

Campus Crime or Incident Report


Anonymous Reporting Form


Annual Security, Fire Safety, and Hazing Reports

The IUP Annual Security Report and Fire Safety Report provides crime and fire statistics representing calendar years 2018, 2019, and 2020. The Hazing Report provides information on hazing incidents on campus.

News Releases: Daily Crime Log

The Daily Crime Log contains crimes that have been reported to the University Police Department.

Emergency Plan

Learn about what to do in an emergency and register to be notified about emergencies.

IUP Police Department Issues Statement on Anti-Racism and Discrimination

The IUP Department of Public Safety and University Police stands firmly against racism and discrimination of any kind, and we do not tolerate acts of racial violence or other forms of hate and oppression in our community, or in our department.

Anonymous Reporting Form

Provide information to IUP Police about on-campus crime or suspicious activity.



National Police Week and Peace Officer Memorial Day

Peace Officers Memorial Day, which every year falls on May 15, specifically honors law enforcement officers killed or disabled in the line of duty. IUP’s Police Department will host a memorial service on Wednesday, May 12, at noon in Toretti Auditorium at the Kovalchick Athletic and Convention Center. The public is welcome to attend.

Parking Garage Temporarily Closed May 9–27

The IUP Parking Garage will be temporarily closed for necessary annual cleaning and maintenance beginning on Sunday, May 9, 2021. The garage is scheduled to reopen on Friday, May 28.

Pennsylvania's New “Move Over” Law In Effect

On Tuesday, April 27, 2021, the new “Move Over” Law went into effect in Pennsylvania.

Relocation of Parking and Transportation Services Office

The Parking and Transportation Services office has moved from University Towers to the lobby of Clark Hall, effective Monday, April 12,

A Message in Support of Anti-Racism and against Police Violence

Anthony Clement, interim director of Public Safety and University Police, offers a statement about the Department’s continued commitment to anti-racism and anti-bias in light of the George Floyd murder trial.