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UTSA PD: If You See Something, Say Something

Report Incidents or Suspicious Activity

It’s up to all of us to get involved when witnessing suspicious behavior or criminal activity. UTSA PD promotes the “if you see something, say something” policy.

Campus community members can act to help the UTSA Police Department provide a safe campus environment. Please report incidents or suspicions immediately by calling 210.458.4911. You’ll be helping to protect UTSA students, staff and property.

Everyone should be aware of their surroundings and avoid walking alone (especially at night). You can call for a uniformed police safety escort—24/7—by calling 210.458.4242.
Help us keep yourself and our "Roadrunner Nation" safe by reporting incidents to the UTSA Police Department. Learn more.

Silent Witness: Make an Anonymous Report

Have you witnessed a crime, want to report it, but wish to remain anonymous? Have you seen suspicious activity, but you're not sure who to contact at the police department? You may use this Silent Witness form to provide the UTSA Police Department with valuable information anonymously. Thank you for taking time to help make your campus community safer.

It’s vital to report crimes in progress immediately by calling the UTSA Police Department at 210.458.4242, 210.458.4911, or 911 from a campus telephone.


 

Public Safety Advisory Council

UTSA’s Public Safety Advisory Council had its initial meeting on October 31, 2016 and a second quarterly meeting was held on Tuesday, January 31, 2017.  During the meetings, the Chief of Police discussed the current topics of focus for the UTSA Public Safety Department.  While the meetings are hosted by the Chief, the meetings are meant to be an exchange of information to and from community members.  Topics such as pedestrian safety, community outreach and police engagement were discussed.  Members were tasked with bringing information back to the next meeting on ways to improve pedestrian safety throughout the campus.  Chief Lewis is looking to expand the Council by adding representatives from various organizations such as Black Lives Matter, NAACP, Muslim Student Association, Spectrum, and others.  The Student Government Association is also represented on the council.

Members Applaud Council's Aim

We all play a part in ensuring that our campuses are safe environments where our students can learn and pursue their goals. Having a Public Safety Advisory Council underscores the importance of that strong collaboration between UTSA PD and other university offices. I’m grateful to serve on the council to hear directly from Chief Lewis about his initiatives and how we can support them, and also to know that our concerns about campus safety are being heard.

-Rebecca Luther
Director, Communications, Academic Affairs

Being on the Public Safety Advisory Council is a wonderful opportunity to serve the UTSA community in a new way. As the Downtown Campus representative, I’m able to bring the perspective as a downtown student. UTSAPD Chief Lewis is a wonderful leader who listens to and is open to any and all ideas. I am honored to be able to serve the UTSA community in this way.

-James Rivera, UTSA SGA Director, Downtown Campus  


 

2-14-2017